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A Sitka Fine Arts Camp ballet class rehearses for this weekend's performance. (SFAC photo/Paul Cox)

A Sitka Fine Arts Camp ballet class rehearses for this weekend’s performance. (SFAC photo/Paul Cox)

The high school session of the Sitka Fine Arts Camp culminates this weekend with final performances in the visual and performing arts. Listen to camp instructors Scott Davis and Andrew Hames discuss this year’s final performances on KCAW’s Morning Interview. Performance times are 7 PM Thu Jul 11 at the Odess Theater, 7 PM Fri and Sat, Jul 12 and 13, at the Sitka Performing Arts Center. Visual Arts will be on display throughout campus Sat Jul 13 from 1-4 PM.

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