When school is out, our Camps are on! The Picture House camps are a fun way to get an introduction to all kinds of filmmaking. We’ve explored 30 second videos, stop-motion animation, music videos, fairytale films, how-to’s, commercials, and much more. We’re always coming up with new ways to introduce students to all forms of filmmaking, while continuing to reinforce respect for collaboration, creativity, and film literacy. Whenever school is out, be sure to check in with The Picture House, we’ll be up to something.


Mud Week Camps

Come “Sing” at The Picture House! Whether your child likes to belt it out in front of a camera, or prefers to shine behind the scenes, creative opportunities await at our Mud Week camps for grades K-2 and 3-5 from 9am-12pm, Monday through Thursday, February 20th-23rd.

Using the hit movie “Sing” as their inspiration, students will create a new music-themed video for each day of camp. After camp week has concluded, our panel of experts will choose a winning video from each age group which will play before the run of “Lego:Batman” at The Picture House this spring! Winners will be announced at our student showcase on March 25th, where all student films from fall and winter semesters will have their moment to shine on the big screen. Parents will also receive a link to each video to share and download at their convenience.
Choose our *extended day option, and your child can bring their lunch, have some popcorn on us and enjoy watching “Sing” in our main hall, or another fantastic children’s movie in our screening room. Lunch and movie fully supervised, extended day hours are from 9am-2:30pm.
All classes meet at our theatre at 175 Wolfs Lane. Registration is available online, $65/student per class, extended day $90/student per class. Special discounts for members available.
Regular Hours:
Extended Day Hours:
For Extended Day: *Kids must bring their own lunch for extended day camp. We respectfully request that you do not send your child to camp with any food containing peanut butter or nuts. If your child does have severe allergies, he/she must bring an EpiPen to camp each day of attendance.
Mud Week Camps: “Sing” Grade K-2
Mud Week Camps: “Sing” Grade 3-5