ZACH Spring Break Camps are the Perfect Way for Kids to Have Fun and Get Active!!

Spring break is on its way, and while that’s exciting news for most school children, it can lead to a good bit of extra stress for parents. For those students who have been bitten by the acting bug, however, spring break activities can easily be covered by signing up for ZACH Theatre’s spring break camps!

ZACH’s two campuses (one north and one downtown) are the perfect place for students in grades K through 5 to dive into the world of theatre by learning acting, song and dance, improvisation, playing theatre games, and more, all based on a different theme.

At both campuses students can choose either the Moana theme (for kids in grades K-2) or the Acting and Improvisation theme (for kids in grades 3-5). Spring break camps run from March 18-22, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. There is also an option to add the extended care hours of 8:30 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 5:30 p.m. for an additional fee.  

Learn more about the North Campus ZACH spring break camps here or about the Downtown Campus ZACH spring break camps here. Besides these camps being a very affordable option for parents (even paying for the full extended day costs less than paying most sitters for the week), these camps will give students skills and memories that can last a lifetime!

It’s not just spring break, either — when school is out, ZACH is open! In addition to their ongoing classes, their popular camps are held during holidays, spring break, and all through the summer. And summer is right around the corner! It’s time to start making summer plans, too, so don’t miss out on what ZACH has to offer during those long two months!

Want to try your luck and win a camp for FREE?!!? Well, as usual, you’ve come to the right place — we’re giving away one camp at each location! Just click on that cute little box below to enter and for multiple chances to win. Good luck!

 

ZACH Spring Break Camp giveaway

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Laurie Lyons-Makaimoku
As a long time Austin resident, Laurie is a big fan of dive bars, the Spurs, and low-key celebrity stalking. She's also a UT grad with a master's in New Media Journalism, and has never met a pug that she didn't like.
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