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South Sound Rocks!

Expanding opportunities to ROCK from Rain City Rock Camp for Girls!

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Are you ready? It’s time to ROCK the South Sound!

South Sound Rocks! is a day camp for youth* ages 8-17. Campers spend the week connecting with music and their inner-strengths; learning instruments, writing original music with a band, exploring different styles and sounds, and delving into what it means to be a “strong” or “successful” person. At the end of the week, campers will perform their song with their bands at a local live music venue!

Campers do not need to have any prior music experience and instruments will be provided.

Dates: August 7-12, 2017
Camp Venue: Totem Middle School, Kent
Showcase: August 12 


Tuition: Sliding scale $425 – $25.
We appreciate your support in paying what you are able, and any amount over $425 is a tax-deductible donation that will continue to help us rock the world!

Applications will be available in Spring 2017!

Sponsor A Camper

Please read the cancellation policy for more information on withdrawing from camp.

Volunteer at South Sound Rocks!

We need a lot of folks to help make this south end location a great success. Check out the South Sound Rocks! Volunteer page for more information and applications!

 

*All people who identify as female (cis or trans*), trans*, or gender non-conforming are welcome to be campers or volunteers in leadership positions at RCRC.

† A sliding scale is a tool that can provide equitable access to skill-building and life-long learning opportunities, regardless of financial resources. This method of payment requires active participation and personal reflection on what makes sense for your family’s financial situation, and how you would like to support knowledge-sharing in the Rain City Rock Camp community. The sliding scale is one way of acknowledging differences in wealth, income, costs, and privilege and actively address the economic disparities in our communities and society. Rain City Rock Camp is moving towards this model as a way to say ‘no’ to the ways things are and ‘yes’ to the ways we believe things can be, while providing an excellent rock camp experience for all.

Past:

August 8 – 13, 2016
Camp Venue: Totem Middle School, Kent (FWPSD)
Showcase Venue: Louie G’s, Fife
Number of Campers: 25

 

 

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