QAAW Summer Blog: What Lies Ahead This Week...

What stories will our campers be bringing to life?

What stories will our campers be bringing to life?

Hello again everyone!

Things are moving along quickly this summer at QAAW! Today, I was able to meet with students Elle and Morgandy to lay out a game plan for the next few weeks and explain some of the intricacies of summer work. It was great to meet with Elle and Morgandy and talk in person after so much web correspondence, and they are both a pleasure to work with. We got a great deal accomplished in such a short time!

What shows could we be having our campers perform?

What shows could we be having our campers perform?

We have dusted off some old favorite plays for our drama camps this year, and I am looking forward to bringing their stories to life again this summer. I’ve posted a little sneak peek of the scripts to the left of this blog. Does anyone recognize what shows these could be? Don’t forget to register your child for camp before all our spaces are filled. Click here for more camp information or to register!

I am also really looking forward to a great and special event QAAW is offering next week; an audition workshop for kids! The amazing Mike Butler will be running this fun and educational workshop for children aged 8-13 this Tuesday, July 2nd at 5pm at the United Church (613 King Street in Windsor, NS). Any child registered for one of our summer camps can attend this great event for free, but any other budding stars out there are welcome to attend for the low price of $5. I’m told there is no preregistration for this event, so please pop by and take advantage of this great opportunity!

Quick As A Wink will also be taking place in Hantsport’s Canada Day Parade this Monday! It has been quite a while since I have walked in a parade, so I hope my legs are up to the task! I’m so excited, however, to be back in the community representing QAAW. I hope to see you there!

I have one last event to plug for you today: this summer’s Windsor Ghost Walks! These historic tours of Windsor, guided by Jerome the Gravekeeper, are both fun and educational. I had the chance to attend myself a few years ago and was surprised at how much I learned about the town I have lived in all my life. The first Windsor walk of the summer takes place July 4th at 7:30pm.

That’s all for now! Stay tuned for more posts this summer from myself, Elle, and Morgandy. Cheers!

Ally