Summer Dance Camps


Summer Camp Offerings:

Casco Bay Movers has received approval from the State of Maine to open for summer camps.  In addition to following all CDC guidelines, we will be limiting the number of students and utilizing nearby Longfellow Park.  Please email to inquire about registration. Camps will run with a minimum of 5 students and a maximum of 9.

Ages 3-6| Danceimagination Camp
Full week, full-day, 9am-3pm ($340) – FULL

Half-day 9am-12pm  ($165) – 4 spots available
Register online | July 27th – July 31st

This creative movement & arts-based camp is perfect for any child that loves to move & groove! Each day we will dance, tumble, enjoy creative free play, make a theme related craft, explore our imaginations, and incorporate fun props!   


Ages 8-12 | Hip Hop Camp
Full week, half-day | 9am-12pm  ($165)
Register online | July 27th – July 31st

Explore various Hip Hop and Breakdance styles and techniques in this fun and dynamic half-day camp! Dancers will have the opportunity to delve deeper into the rich culture and history of Hip Hop.  This camp is appropriate for beginning and intermediate dancers.

Ages 7-11 | Dance Camp
Full week, full-day | 9:30am-3pm  ($340)
Register online | August 24th – 28th

Dance Camp is an exploratory program for the beginning and intermediate dancer.  Daily classes will include ballet, jazz, contemporary/modern, hip hop, tap, and improvisation/dance composition.  Dancers will have time to explore dance history, create theme-related crafts, and spend some time outdoors at a nearby park each day.


Ages 12 & up | Dance Intensive
Full week, full-day | 9:30am-3pm  ($340)
Register online | August 24th – 28th

This intensive is an excellent opportunity for the intermediate and advanced dancer to hone their skills and prepare for the fall dance season. Daily classes will include ballet/floor barre, jazz, contemporary/modern, hip hop, and improvisation/dance composition.  

Refund Policy: Tuition, registration fees, and costume payments are nonrefundable and nontransferable.  Absence from class is non-refundable.  We do allow make-up classes during the same session due to student absence in another class of a similar age/level or below.  Summer Camp tuition payments are non-refundable as we have reserved the student’s place in class for the full term. Full or partial refunds are granted as appropriate for medical conditions with a physician’s note. 

Camp safety procedures can be found below.  Please note this is a general overview and more specifics will be sent home in the week prior to the start of each camp.

Screening – Please refrain from attending a class or camp if you answer yes to any of the following questions.

  • Do you have a cough or a sore throat?
  • Do you have a fever or do you feel feverish?
  • Do you have shortness of breath?
  • Do you have a loss of taste or smell?
  • Have you been around anyone exhibiting these symptoms in the last 14 days?
  • Are you living with anyone who is sick or quarantined?
  • Have you been out of the state in the last 14 days?


  • Signs and directions will be clearly provided around the studio regarding sanitation stations and physical distancing. 
  • The lobby and studios will all be marked for physical distancing.  Parents will be asked to drop off and pick up their dancer as designated entrances and exits to minimize congestion in the lobby area.
  • We ask that all dancers utilize the provided hand sanitizer before they go into and out of the building.
  • Dancers should leave personal belongings not needed for camp at home.  All necessary items should be packed in a backpack or dance bag and dancers will have a designated spot for their items.  Water bottles and lunch/snack bags must be clearly marked with first and last names. 
  • When two camps are running at the same time separate entrances and exits will be utilized by each group.  Groups will stay together in their designated studio, and in their assigned space in the studios.
  • We will maximize outdoor time at nearby Longfellow Park.  Please pack sunblock daily.
  • Windows and doors will be open to allow for as much fresh air to circulate as possible.
  • Dancers will wear masks when entering and exiting the studio (to restrooms, through the lobby, walking to the park, etc.)
  • High touch areas will be sanitized several times a day, bathrooms sanitized after every use, and floors sanitized at the end of each day.
  • Each dancer will have their own props and supplies assigned for the week so there will be no cross-contamination.