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STEM WorkShops are a half-day program that focuses on a specific topic in a STEM field each session. This half-day camp will give learners an opportunity to learn about the topic, see demonstrations, and construct their own experiments or designs. Recommended for ages 8-15.
Due to COVID restrictions, this program will be mostly outside and participants are required to wear masks and maintain 6 foot of separation.
June 16 – Molecules & Chemistry
June 23 – Plants & Hydroponics
June 30 – Great Lakes Geology
Enviroworks is a half-day summer camp designed for young learners interested in topics in science and history. Campers get introduced to a topic and then play games, make a craft, experiment, or design something to help better understand the topic. A water bottle and snacks are recommended. Recommended for ages 6-11.
Due to COVID restrictions, this program will take place outside and participants are required to wear masks and maintain 6 foot of separation.
Dates: July 27 – 29, 2021 – 9:00am-12:00pm each day.
Cost: $18 for museum members | $20 for non-members.
Location: Museum Center Auditorium, throughout museum, park and sometimes historic sites.
To register beginning May 14: https://enviroworks2021.eventbrite.com