Registration is Now Open for Korean Culture Camp
KCC was created to give children exposure to their Korean culture and heritage, instilling a greater sense of their cultural identity and ethnic diversity. The camp teachers are Korean and Korean American adults who thrive on interacting with and educating children. They design curriculum to educate and excite campers about Korean culture, heritage, history, dance and martial arts. The camp provides a diverse, challenging and fun curriculum for our campers which includes:
- Learning about Korea—its history and culture
- Learning the Korean alphabet and language
- Participating in self-esteem classes
- Gaining agility, balance and discipline in our Tae Kwon Do classes and traditional Korean dances
- Singing Korean music and the Korean National Anthem
Being the ethnic majority affords our campers an opportunity to feel safe, try new adventures and share their experiences about the joys and challenges of being their culture.
Every year camp concludes with a Saturday program that provides an opportunity for the campers to show some of the Korean culture they have learned during the week to friends, parents, and grandparents. The program includes performances by all of the campers which include traditional Korean songs, the splendid gala of traditional Korean dance and Tae Kwon Do demonstrations.
When | July 17-22, 2017, 9:30 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.
Where | Minnehaha Academy, 3100 West River Parkway Minneapolis, MN 55406
Cost |Registration for campers who will be starting preschool through the completion of 6th grade is $185. Registration for teen campers (who have completed 7th-11th grade) is $25.Learn More and Register