Our kids at the Star-C summer camp have been staying active and having fun with all types of different activities. Allie, our Star-C program director, wanted to give the kids a way to express their style and diversity. As a result, she allowed them to tie dye their new Star-C logo shirts. This exercise was very interesting because what most don’t know is that traditional tie dyeing methods were formed in India, Japan and Africa to escape the norms, as well as being able to express the free-spirit of the individual participating in the tie dyeing. Some of our kids are from the countries where tie dyeing originated, and just like those before their time, it allowed them to let their creative juices flow! Keep having fun, guys!