Summer Camp



Our Education Programs combine art, education, and culture awareness.

Taller Puertorriqueño’s Summer Camp offers a fun-filled, cultural experience focused on art in the Barrio, learning about, appreciating, and celebrating our diverse community. With well-balanced, Puerto Rican-style breakfast, lunch, and snacks, we explore the city on field trips and build cultural understanding through music, art, theater, literacy, science, and sports programming. 

Our summer camp students participate in various activities ranging from art to recreation and get the opportunity to go on various field trips. Activities include, but are not limited to:

  • Painting and drawing
  • Dance
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
  • Fashion Design
  • Photography
  • Theater
  • Recreational Play
  • Field Trips
  • Career Days
Once students arrive they are provided with breakfast to start their days and then head into the programming designated for the day. They participate in interactive lessons and activities throughout the summer. They are also taken on various field trips, past field trips have been to museums like Grounds for Sculpture, the Philadelphia Insectarium and Butterfly Pavilion, and more. At the end of the summer, we host a family day encouraging parents and supporters to visit Taller and enjoy a day filled with activities and community to close out the program.

Summer 2023

Registration is closed for Summer 2023

Ages: 6-14 years old

Schedule: 6 Weeks total  |  Wednesday, July 5 – Friday, August 11, 2023

Monday – Friday 8:30am-4:00pm | After-Care: 4:00-6:00pm (additional cost)

Cost: We offer an income-based, sliding scale structure for our summer camp fees. Please refer to the document below for a general idea on what the cost may be for you. Final cost will be determined between our Education Director and the guardians of the child/children.


The program also has a registration fee of $30.00. 

Payment is made in person via cash, check, PayPal or credit/debit card. You can contact us about any financial assistance needed.

Scholarships: 25 full scholarships to first completed applications (camp scholarships are income-based). In addition, we proudly accept Pennsylvania Child Care Works/Early Learning Resource Center subsidy payments (formerly known as CCIS). For more information, please visit the DHS Child Care Works Subsidized Child Care Program Website or contact your local Early Learning Resource Center office. 


If you are interested in enrolling your children, please fill out and upload one of the applications below, as well as upload a copy of your child’s physical, and report card. We will reach back out to you to follow up. 

Applications can also be picked up in-person and turned in during our regular business hours. 

If you have any questions, contact Kamille Payamps, the Education Coordinator at or at 215-426-3311 x2000


The building is wheelchair accessible with 48″ wide ramps and 40″ doorways. Bathrooms stalls are wheelchair accessible. We also have a bathroom with a changing table for parents with infants. We will make efforts to make programs and services available to all our patrons no matter their needs. Please contact us at 215.426.3311 to discuss accommodations.