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Re: art camp


Date: Wed Mar 07 2001 - 13:03:28 PST

>>Just a quick word of advice, you might be better off checking around your
area to set the price competitive e for your area (and enough to cover your
expenses and make a profit in your case). We charge $5.00 a class, but often

Kim is correct in checking your area for prices. I did my art camp last year
for the first time. it went from 9:00am -12noon I charged 95.00. that's what
other area camps were charging. It included all supplies and a snack. Each
camper made a "portfolio" for their work ( a good first day starter).
I had one mom say to me "isn't 95.00 a little pricey?" and my reply was
that's $6.33 per hour for me to watch your child, feed your child and create
with your child. what does a babysitter cost you? this year I already have a
waiting list!
best of luck with your camp idea!