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June 1, 2021

Juliette Machado
Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth
(360) 306-8531

Summer Camps at Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth

Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth (BAAY) is excited to welcome students back into their Downtown Bellingham building this summer. The “Home BAAYse” summer camps run July 5-16 and include a menu of in-person arts opportunities for kids and teens. These include dance, art, music, theatre, costuming, Broadway karaoke, field trips, and more. Visit baay.org/theatre to learn more and register!

Photo By Susan Hemingson

At BAAY, access to the arts is central to our mission. We offer tuition waivers for families in need of financial assistance, available by request at baay.org/theatre/scholarships. This summer, BAAY is also offering multiple course and bring-a-new-friend discounts. Families with multiple children or with kids who want to sign up for multiple camps can receive 10-15% off total tuition at checkout. The bring-a-new-friend promotion offers a 25% discount to students who invite their friends to take a class with them. Visit our website to learn more about these discounts and to review our COVID-19 protocols for in-person classes.

  • Location: The BAAY Theatre | 1059 N State St. Bellingham, WA 98225
  • Dates: July 5-16 (times vary by camp)
  • Student Tuition: $40-225 (varies by camp)

About BAAY: BAAY’s mission is to enrich children’s lives through the exploration of the arts. We believe that the arts are a basic and essential component of all children’s education. We serve approximately 1400 children ages 5-17 annually in our EduArts and Theatre programs and provide over $30,000 a year in annual tuition waivers to remove financial barriers to participation. Learn how you can support the sustainability of this work at baay.org/support.

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