- 03.26.18 - 03.30.18
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
March 26-30, 2018
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Kids in kindergarten-5th grade will have fun exploring nature, culture and science. Day camps fill up fast. If a camp is full, sign up for the waitlist.
(K – 1st grade)
Have you ever wondered how to track an animal? Learn about the tracks and signs animals leave behind and see if you have what it takes to track an animal. This fun-filled camp will get the kids outside, studying the Museum’s animals and creating a lot of tracking materials!
Plentiful, Powerful Pollinators
(2nd – 3rd grade)
From birds to bats to insects, learn about the variety of organisms that pollinate plants. Look at pollinators’ mouthparts and examine how they work. Through experiments, outside exploration and hands-on activities, campers will become experts in the power of pollinators.
Outdoor Survival Skills
(4th – 5th grade)
Are you wilderness wise? The skills to survive in the wild do not come naturally. Test your skills building shelters, tracking wildlife and navigating through the woods.
Registration opens Dec. 1
Members $170, non-members $195
7:45 am—9:00 am, $45/week
3:00 pm—5:15 pm, $45/week
Both mornings and afternoons, $70/week
Registration opens December 1, 2017.