Windmore’s Fine Arts Summer Camp June 2021


Fine Arts Summer CampFine Arts Summer Camp Registration Open

Windmore Foundation will host a Fine Arts Summer Camp this June! We have special cleaning and procedures due to COVID, therefore we will offer 2 one-week sessions of the camp.                 

  • 2nd Session: One space available as of 5/11/2021
    • Monday, June 21st thru Friday, June 25th
  • Hours: 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM                              
  • Ages: 6-12                                                                                
  • Location: 303 South Main Street, Culpeper, VA                            
  • CDC Limitations: Each session limited to 10 campers                   
  • Cost: $150 per session per child       

Scholarships available

IMPORTANT: A non-refundable deposit of $75 is required at the time of registration and the remaining balance is due on the first day of camp.


To receive a credit for another program or workshop, you must email 48 hours before the first day of camp. The registration deposit is non-refundable.



Each 5-day fun and educational camp will give your budding artist the chance to be immersed in all of the Fine Arts by participating in daily workshops encompassing Music, Art, Crafts, Writing, Storytelling, Theatre, and Acting. On Friday, the campers will get to participate in indoor rock climbing at State Climb.

If you are registering more than one child, the first child’s registration
($150) must be Paid-in-Full before you can get the discount for other
Session 2 Registration 
Monday, June 21st thru Friday, June 25th
Click the button to register:
Summer Camp Session 2 2021
If you have difficulty with the forms, please call  540-547-4333 to report the problem.
Amanda Reck is the director of the camp.
If you have questions or concerns, she can be contacted at
The Windmore Fine Arts Summer Camp is partially funded by a grant from
The Culpeper Foundation Fund from Northern Piedmont Community Foundation.

Grant Providers

Windmore’s Summer Musical Theatre Camp 2021

Join us for a 2-week Intensive Summer Musical Theatre Camp

Singin' in the Rain

Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Songs by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed

Monday, July 12th thru Friday, July 16th (8 AM-Noon)

Monday, July 19th thru Friday, July 23rd (8 AM-Noon)

Performance Date Saturday, July 24th.
Campers need to be available all day Saturday, July 24 for the two performances. Singin’ In The Rain, JR. will be performed on Saturday, July 24, at 1:00 PM and at 4:00 PM

Campers will learn all aspects of theatre including auditioning, acting, singing, dancing, choreography, set design, prop making and performing a full production.

Ages: Rising 7th graders thru 12th graders

Cost: $175 per child

Summer Musical Theatre Camp Registration

Sibling discount and scholarships available

Auditions: June 6th 1 PM-4 PM. Windmore Office, 303 South Main Street, Culpeper,

Audition Registration

Audition Packet: Make sure to bring the completed packet to the audition.

Questions? Email:

Singin’In The Rain JR. is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized materials are supplied by Music Theatre International, New York, NY (212) 541-4684

Grant Providers

Yes, Virginia Rehearsal Slide Show

A Glimpse at Yes, Virginia Rehearsal



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GivingTuesday December 1, 2020

Giving Tuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving Day as a sort of balance (or, perhaps, balm) to the manic (if not materialistic) “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” which precedes Giving Tuesday. But now, more than ever is when charities across the nation (or on earth) need support the most. Simply put, because of COVID-19, GivingTuesday 2020 funding is critical.

It’s a small window of only one day, December 1 but on Giving Tuesday, and throughout the year, your donations are greatly appreciated. It’s just a great way of celebrating the true Spirit of the Holidays: philanthropy through the community.

Early donations are appreciated.

Pen-to-Paper Authors’ New Books

Books make excellent gifts. Windmore writers appeal to every age. Support local arts with your purchase now and throughout the years.

Cover Design: Laura Myers

Pen-to-Paper member, Cynthia Siira, is co-author of The Meek Shall Inherit. The Meek Shall Inherit is available on Amazon.
“In the face of impending starvation and chaos, the few survivors must learn to trust one another and survive in a world they no longer recognize.”
Pen-to-Paper member, Allita Irby, is a co-author of Fourth Sunday, the Journey of a Book Club. The genre is Cosmopolitan Literature. Available on
“What happens when a real-life book club decides to write their own novel? The result is a fresh, fun story about a group of women who have more in common than just the books they read.”


Tucked away in the pages of history are amazing stories of African American men — slave, runaways, and free– who courageously fought for the ideals expressed in the Declaration of Independence. Women also fought but with words which penetrated like bullets. And Jewish emigrants gave their lives and fortunes for what America offered. More than twenty-one are celebrated in Courageous Men & Women of the American Revolution.  Paperback. 150 pages with color illustrations and chapter resources. Humphries also has other books available on Amazon.
Caryn Block has three new books recently available.
Rurik’s Mate: The Volkov Family Chronicles Book Two AMAZON
Christmas Mate: The Shadow Walker – Lycan Hybrid Second Generation Romance Series AMAZON
Katya: Book One of The Volkov Family
Chronicles AMAZON

To purchase this adorable handmade doll of Samantha, contact Powell through her website:

Lois G. Powell has two new books coming out. Samantha’s New Baby will be her third Samantha book. The main character is six years old and in the first grade. It is a picture book appropriate for readers ages 4 through 8.

Powell has her first Middle/Young Adult book Kesha and the Stolen Artifacts coming out. Kesha is thirteen and just going into high school. She will be in the ninth grade. She finds a strange artifact while swimming at the beach. She decides to take it home. When she does, strange things begin to happen. The age category is twelve to fifteen years old and adults who enjoy Fantasy-Mystery.

Search Amazon by her author name: Lois Griffin Powell



Narration and Perspective Seminar


Lucie Rousseau

Presenter: Lucie-Gabrielle Jolicoeur-Rousseau

Location: Online

Workshop: This workshop is divided into two sessions.  Please make sure you can attend both sessions and participate in the writing/feedback activities. The cost includes both sessions.

Session 1 is a teaching session. Wednesday, Oct  7th, 10-1:30

Session 2 will consist of readings of the works and sharing constructive criticism

  • Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020, 10:00-1:30  Group 1
  • Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020, 10:00-1:30 Group 2   (if needed)


  • Members: $30 for Windmore members may pay online.
  • Non-members: $40 for non-members pay online.

Windmore members will have access to the video after the session. Become a member now: