Summer camp for kids with autism coming up in Duluth next week
Islands of Brilliance is excited to bring a new summer camp experience to Duluth.
It’s designed specifically for kids with autism, combining art, design, storytelling, creative technologies, movement, and outdoor activities.
Co-founder of Islands, Mark Fairbanks, said, “We’re always looking at ways to integrate our students into different activities and different locations in our community. Which is good for them. But also good for the community to see their talents and skills. That’s why we’re excited for this format.”
They’ll visit Hailey Sault, a marketing agency, the Duluth Art Institute, and Bagley Nature Center. Each will have an iPad to document their trip.
Kids ages 8 and up can sign up. It costs $400. There are still a couple of spots open.