Paso Robles Youth Arts Center opens registration Saturday


New courses offered like digital music and the return of culinary arts

– The Paso Robles Youth Arts Center has announced that the registration period for Session 2 will begin this Saturday at 9 a.m. and will continue until the following weekend. Families can register online through the Parent Portal and help desk is available from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the day of registration for assistance by phone, email, or in person. The Youth Arts recommends that parents create an account early as classes fill up extremely fast! The new calendar is available here.

Parenting questions? Visit pryoutharts.org/enrollment/ to learn more about how students ages 5-18 can enroll in up to 3 classes each. Contact Katherine Bradley, Office Administrator at [email protected] or 805-238-5825 (call or text).art

“The Youth Arts is proud to offer another session of unique and creative classes for youth in the community starting March 7,” said Ryan Flores, Director of Operations and Programs. “Based on popular demand, we’ve added more art classes to get students off the waitlist and into an imaginative group with their peers! The return of Culinary Arts in Session 1 has been such a success that we are adding a second class in Session 2 for our youngest students. We also have two pop-up classes this session, Digital Music Creation and Paper Mache, which are sure to push creative skills to new levels! for a great start to the year with Session 1, and we are excited to ride this wave until Session 2!

Youth Arts has been providing free visual and performing arts classes for children ages 5-18 for 23 years. To sponsor a Paso Robles Youth Arts Center student, visit pryoutharts.org/support to donate any amount. A donation of $250 sponsors a student for an entire year of tuition. In full operation, the center offers 50 classes per week, occupies approximately 3,000 student places and serves 700 individual students per year. For more information about donating, volunteering, participating in shows, fundraisers, or classes, call (805) 238-5825 or visit pryoutharts.org.

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