The Muhlenberg Arts Council’s Arts Day Camp has been renamed permanently, in memory of Ember Oglesby. Ember Oglesby was a true pursuer of the arts. She loved being involved with drama and band, but her passion extended to all the arts as a whole. She herself had the opportunity to participate in the arts camps in previous years and enjoyed every minute of it. We, as the Muhlenberg Arts Council, wanted to dedicate this event in her honor because we know how much she would have loved to participate in the event and now she always will. The Ember Oglesby Arts Day Camp is an opportunity for students to explore the different art forms of dance, drama, music, and visual art all while having fun! This year’s theme is “Journey through the Arts” and will include arts activities that are focused on using their imagination and creating a connection to the other art forms.  On June 13th, camp will be doing a walking tour of the Merle Travis Center and Paradise Park. The rest of the camp will be spent with hands on experiences in the arts at Felix Martin Jr. Hall. We will also conclude the camp with a presentation on the evening of June 16th at 6pm where family and friends can come to see what the participants have explored in the arts through the week. We hope you can join us for this fun filled week!