Another popular class was the “Walk the Plank: A Pirate’s Life for Me.”
It seems there is always a big draw for learning all about being a pirate.
“It was one of our biggest sellers this year,” Levine said.
The summer program is always a self-supporting venture, with money charged for classes that goes back into paying for teachers and supplies.
In addition to the regular two-week sessions, a band camp session is also offered for middle-school students. A concert was held last Friday to conclude that session.
Levine said every summer it’s something different when it comes to planning the camp sessions.
“We pretty much do anything that anyone is willing to try,” she said. “And they have been having such a good time this year.”