The health and wellness of our campers, visitors, members, staff, and community are our top priority. Due to COVID-19, we have made the difficult decision to cancel summer camps scheduled to be held in the month of June. Refunds are being provided for anyone who registered for a June summer camp.
We will continue to open registration for July and August summer camps to students entering the 2nd – 6th grades in the Fall of 2020. While we currently plan to hold camps during July and August, we will be following the guidelines for events and public health from local, state, and federal officials, including social distancing, sanitization, and capacity. We are continually evaluating upcoming events scheduled for July and August in light of those guidelines. Our team will give advance notice of any future cancellations.
We share in your disappointment in the cancellation of June’s camps, but we are hopeful that we’ll be able to welcome your campers back to the Museum in July and August for those students entering the 2nd – 6th grade. We hope you are staying healthy and safe, and if you’d like to enjoy history, art and science activities while at home, visit us at our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ADR-eRbSnErQ6T41ZU8lw
Join us for a week of Ecology at our Super Summer Adventure Camps. We offer weekly enrichment classes for kids with a wide variety of morning, afternoon, and all day classes for students entering K-6 grades in the Fall of 2020 and PreK children ages 3-5 (must be potty trained).
Who wants to be a nature detective? In this camp, we’ll go undercover to reveal secrets of nature, and test out the art of disguise that animals use in the wild. We’ll use our unlocked spy skills to gather critical Intel about the world around us and go on the case – seeking the truth in a weeklong mystery that unfolds with every new camp day.
Calling all young ecologists to this summer camp! See the world through the eyes of a snake, experiment with bird flight, explore why and how fish float, and find out about some of the weirdest wildest animal adaptations.
The wilderness is a wonderful place to study ecology, but did you know you can study the relationships between organisms and the environment right outside the museum? Learn about how we connect to and impact the world around us through hands-on observations and explorations.
Leave no stone unturned as we explore things that make our world go ‘round. Maps, compasses, trees of green, and red roses too will make you think to yourself: What a Wonderful World!
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