Summer Class | The Story Quest

Cost
$725 members | $850 non-members
Date
Mon–Fri, Jun 10–21 (no class Jun 19) | 9am–3pm
Year
2024
Location
Learning Center
Ages
Grades 3–5

Whether taking a trail into the dark woods, or a journey to a mysterious castle, or even a simple bike ride to school, stories can let your imagination visit and explore any place at any time! As the storyteller, you make the choices that lead the reader down the path of adventure. In this two-week intensive—part writing, part illustration, and part living game—students will learn about traditional storytelling devices in order to build their own world of choices, encounters, and experiences like no other. In addition to crafting their own stories, students will also participate in a simulated adventure game in the classroom.

On-Sale Information

Tickets for Summer Class | The Story Quest will be available as follows:

  • Walt’s Circle Donors: Purchase tickets beginning Tuesday, March 26 at noon PST by emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org.
  • Supporter, Founding, and Friend-level members: Purchase tickets beginning Wednesday, March 27 at noon PST by emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org.
  • All member levels: Purchase tickets beginning Thursday, March 28 at noon PST via the Member Portal.
  • Public (non-members): Purchase tickets beginning Friday, March 29 at noon PST via the Studio ticketing page.

Scholarship Information

To ensure that all students have the opportunity to take classes at The Walt Disney Family Museum, we are pleased to offer scholarships to qualifying families and students of all ages. How to apply:

  • Send an email to studio@wdfmuseum.org with the subject line “Summer Scholarship Information 2024”.
  • Include the student’s name and age, a parent/guardian’s name (if applicable), and the class name and dates.
  • All Summer Class scholarship applications are due no later than Friday, May 3, 2024 at 11:59pm PST.

If you have any additional questions about scholarships, please email the Studio Team at studio@wdfmuseum.org.

Accessibility Information

The Walt Disney Family Museum strives to make its programs accessible to all guests. For specific accessibility information, please contact the Studio team at studio@wdfmuseum.org.

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