CARROLLWOOD, Fla. — The Carrollwood Cultural Center is a prominent place in the community where people get to experience the arts.
They have it all; from yoga and acting classes to summer camps.
This time of the year, it’s all about the camps and bringing them back in person. In a normal year, they have more than 500 kids attending camps.
Katie Castonguay, Carrollwood Cultural Center Education Director says the reaction from parents has been so positive this year. Parents often say, “you’re one of the places we trust and we love and our children enjoy the experience and the education that they get with you with art, music, theater and dance that you’re the first person we’re coming to are the first place we’re coming to for our kids to get that education.”