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Business Feature: Washington Pavillion

02/25/2018 09:12PM ● By Digital Media Director

By: Washington Pavilion

There is only one place in Sioux Falls where you can build robots, perform in a musical, create pottery and develop installation art with your friends.

This summer, the Community Learning Center at the Washington Pavilion will be offering another year with camp opportunities for students ages 1 – 18. Familiar favorites include:

·       Jedi Training Camp

·       Musical Theatre Camp

·       Mini Medical School

·       Pottery Wheel

·       Arty Party

·       Compassionate Kids Camp

·       Science: Magic for Muggles

·       DNA in our Bodies with Sanford Research

 Last year, over 600 students participated in Pavilion Summer Camps.

Join us for fun, creativity and learning this summer!

Do you enjoy tinkering, experimenting and building? Consider:

·       Dream Big Engineers

·       Robots in Action

·       U Invent

Are you constantly sketching and doodling? Perhaps try:

·       Comics

·       Cartooning

Do you love the limelight? Try:

·       Musical Theatre Camp

·       Improv Acting Workshop

There are a wide variety of summer camps for you, to dive into what you love and to find like-minded friends and mentors to help expand your skills.

Try some awesome activities like:

Slimy Slime. Elephant toothpaste. Comic sketching. Clay bowls. Murals. Human shrink-wrap. Robots. Pendulum painting. Zip, Boing, Pow! 3D printing.

Come prepared to create, get messy, learn, explore, listen and dive in to all that the Washington Pavilion has to offer.

How to register for the most epic summer:

1. CALL our Box Office at 605-367-6000


3. VISIT the Washington Pavilion Box Office at 301 S. Main Ave, Sioux Falls.


Offer not available for internet sales. All four offerings must be scheduled at the time of purchase.


Explore the worlds of art, science and theatre through exciting, educational opportunities. A hands-on approach helps you develop creativity, utilize problem-solving skills and think outside the box. From Toddler Art and RAWWR! Dino Camp, to Kids on Canvas and Technical Theatre Camp, there is something for everyone!


Weekly Summer Camps are available from June 4 – August 16, with multiple opportunities for kids age 1 –18 to get involved each week. Scholarships are available for students with financial need.

Full camp schedule, descriptions and registration can be found at