- A week of excitement and adventure awaits young performers and scientists, as they study with an arborist, learning about the trees and plants located in and around the Maryland Center for the Arts' Bear Legacy Trails and forest. Students will learn about their importance to the environment today and in their future!
- After a hearty lunch (provided by the Maryland Center for the Arts), students will spend the afternoon with arts professionals, using their knowledge and artistic skills to create artwork and a performance about what they have learned.
- The week ends with a celebratory performance and art exhibit by these young artists/scientists, amazing their families and friends with songs, dances, visual art, and plays.
- There is no cost to students, but registration is required. Space is limited to 20 students. Click on the button below for free registration.
- For more details, contact Dr. Bob Willenbrink, Executive Director, Maryland Center for the Arts, at 443-567-5216.
We look forward to seeing you on the trails!
The program begins on Monday, July 26.
- Students should be dropped off promptly between 9:30 & 9:45 am.
- Paper, pencils, and other instructional materials will be provided.
- Students unvaccinated against COVID-19 must bring and be prepared to properly wear an approved mask, except when eating.
- Lunch is provided and will be served at noon. Water is available throughout the day.
- Students will be dismissed at 3:30 pm and released to the authorized person on the original registration form.
- The performance will take place on Friday, July 30. Students should check-in between 4:45 and 5 pm.
- Family and friends are invited to attend the free performance at 6 pm. Please bring a chair or blanket. Picnic tables are available for your convenience.
TREES! is sponsored in part by grants from the:
- Harford County Cultural Arts Board with funds from the Maryland State Arts Council
- Harford County Office of Community and Economic Development
- Nora Roberts Foundation