Keep your kids entertained this summer at SASSY Summer Musical Theatre Camp

Summer camps can really break the bank, but you don't want the kids at home bored all day.

I have a Smart Shopper Deal of the Day that will keep them entertained at a great price!

It's with the SASSY Summer Musical Theatre Camp at Memorial Hall at Steele Indian School Park in Phoenix.

Parents we spoke with say they love what the kids learn from the camp--they say it allows them to express themselves and tap into their imagination.

They say the skills the kids gain will provide them with lifelong characteristics that they can use.

The kids say they just like having fun.  One previous camper told us her favorite part of the camp is the teachers and games.  Other kids say they like learning how lighting and stage directions work.

The camp is for kids ages 7 to 14 and has daily activities in everything from dance, to theater and voice.

The camp has two sessions: June 3 through 29 and July 1 through 26.

The regular cost is $600 per session, but Smart Shoppers can get an awesome deal!

Sign up in person or online by Wednesday, May 22 at 5 p.m., and you'll get half off the first session.

That means you'll pay just $75 per week.

That's an awesome deal, and it even includes lunch, an afternoon snack and all of the materials the kids will need.

But you can only get the half off price for the June session.

The camp fills up fast, so I'd suggest signing up now.

To sign up online, you'll need to create an account with the City of Phoenix, and then choose which session you'd like to attend.

Session 1 • #91689 • June 3 - 29, 2013
Session 2 • #91690 • July 1 - 26, 2013

The site will show the Smart Shopper price, so you will not need a promo code.

If you have not registered for a City of Phoenix program in the last year, you will need to buy a recreation pass, which is $5 per year for kids who live in Phoenix.

If you choose to register in person, simply mention Smart Shopper to get the 50 percent discount.  You will still need the recreation pass.

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