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Beverly Hills Summer Camps Go Virtual, For Now

Participants at this year's Catskills West Virtual Camp enjoyed activities over Zoom.

Posted Thursday, June 11, 2020 - 6:57 pm

By Laura Coleman

In light of the June 10 announcement from Los Angeles County that summer camps could reopen as early as June 12, locals are waiting to see just what will happen. Many of the most popular private camps, such as Tumbleweed and Tacaloma, had earlier made the decision to suspend their annual summer camps and for the first time ever, the City of Beverly Hills made its summer camp program virtual. In light of the news, however, Beverly Hills publicist Dana Beesen told the Courier that in-person summer camps might resume as early as July.

While both the price and number of participants may have dropped for the City’s virtual summer camp program, which began June 8, the quality of instruction remains with 13 online classes dedicated to helping students achieve their potential while having fun.

For full story see the print edition of The Beverly Hills Courier, or download the e-edition.

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