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Project Encore - Performing Arts Camp For Youth
Georgetown, KY  

Project Encore is a performing arts organization for youth ages 8-14 offering professional and experienced instruction in theatre, dance, and music located in Georgetown, Kentucky....

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Day Camp
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Arts Camps: Dance
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Coed
 

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Georgetown is a city in Scott County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 29,098 at the 2010 census. It was originally called Lebanon when founded by Rev. Elijah Craig, and was renamed in 1790 in honor of President George Washington. It is the home of Georgetown College, a private liberal arts college. Georgetown is part of the Lexington-Fayette, KY Metropolitan Statistical Area. Cardome Centre Ward Hall, a Greek Revival landmark In late 1785 or early 1786, the city of Georgetown was settled by the Rev. Elijah Craig and other Baptists who migrated with him from elsewhere in what was then part of Virginia. The city was incorporated on December 16, 1790, and the area became part of the new State of Kentucky when it was created in 1792. Craig established some of the first mills west of the Appalachian Mountains. Craig's early mills, which were located on the Royal Spring Branch, manufactured cloth and paper. He founded a distillery in 1789. Elijah Craig also founded a classical school in Georgetown, which became the basis of Georgetown College. For his military service, Colonel John Floyd was granted by the State of Virginia a total of 1,000 acres , which included the Cardome property along the north fork of Elkhorn Creek. Later the property was home to several famous people, including Kentucky Governor James F. Robinson. More recently the...