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The Summer Culture Project

June 24-28, 2024
At Englewood Christian Church
For kids ages 8-12


The Summer Culture Project is a week-long day camp where children will explore culture through rhythm, song, dance, folk art and cuisine from four world regions: Middle East North Africa (MENA), East Asia, Latin America and Polynesia.

Along with daily cultural arts education, students will enjoy free choice time to socialize through games, music, and outdoor play.   Students will perform what they have learned throughout the week in a final show on Friday evening for parents and community members.  There will be a live stream for those without the ability to attend in person. 


Evening classes for adults taught by the camp instructors for the general community will feature drumming and rhythm of Peru, Egypt, India and dance from Polynesia.   All events are free of charge.


Free Classes for Teen and Adults

June 24: 6-7pm

Cajon-Luciana Proano (Cajon Technique/Peruvian Rhythms).

*There will be limited Cajon available to use.  Please bring a Cajon if you have one.


June 25: 6-7pm

Indian Tabla-Jaspal Singh (Introduction to Technique and Rhythms)

*There will be Arab tablas to play and a limited number of Indian tablas to use.


June 26: 6-7pm

Arab Tabla-Susu Pampanin (Technique/North African and Middle Eastern Rhythms)

*There are Arab tablas available to use.


June 27: 6-7pm

Maori Haka-Camille Wilson (Haka Traditional Maori Dance and Cultural Tradition)


Classes will take place at Englewood Christian Church.  Please register *here*

For more information, please email or text (509) 906-1999

Artist’s Bios

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