ASHEBORO — It’s time to get super messy with Summer Camp 2018 at the Randolph Arts Guild, 123 Sunset Ave., Asheboro.


Each year the guild hosts two weeks of crazy, messy, artsy fun for children, ages 5-13. Energetic teachers share their creative ideas and plan amazing and messy projects for students to create. The guild also hosts guest speakers from the community to teach kids about fire safety, animal care and public safety; and create songs just for the summer campers.


The camps will be held:


* Week one: Monday-Friday, June 25-29.


* Week two: Monday-Friday, July 23-27.


Times for both will be from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.


There is room for 30 students for each week of camp. The camp is divided into three age groups (5-7, 8-10 and 11-13). Registration must be done and payment must be received by the Monday preceding camp start day (Monday, June 18; and Monday, July 16).


Cost is $190 for members and $200 for non-members. If a child needs to be dropped off early each day at 8:30 a.m., then there is an additional $30 for the entire week. All materials are included; bring a bagged lunch for each day.


Week-one instructors will be Jenn Pfeiffer, an art teacher at Ragsdale High; Leigh Blanchard, an art teacher at Archdale-Trinity Middle School; and Ty Brueilly, the All County High School Art Club teacher. Week-two instructors will be Brianna Scott, an art teacher at Highfalls Elementary School; Kate Keith, the BrushStrokes for KinderFolks instructor; and Le’Tonya Teague, a fiber artist and instructor.


To register, visit www.randolphartsguild.com, call 336-629-0399, ext. 22, or email the Summer Camp director, Marcus Lawson, at Mlawson@randolphartsguild.com.