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Monday July 16, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp for Kids - Art II Camp
Join us for four days of fun filled art projects! At Art Camp for Kids our emphasis is on the fine art processes of drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Participants will engage in age appropriate art experiences in a relaxed camp atmosphere.Instructor: Anne Nugent
 
Tuesday July 17, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp for Kids - Art II Camp
Join us for four days of fun filled art projects! At Art Camp for Kids our emphasis is on the fine art processes of drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Participants will engage in age appropriate art experiences in a relaxed camp atmosphere.Instructor: Anne Nugent
 
Wednesday July 18, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp for Kids - Art II Camp
Join us for four days of fun filled art projects! At Art Camp for Kids our emphasis is on the fine art processes of drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Participants will engage in age appropriate art experiences in a relaxed camp atmosphere.Instructor: Anne Nugent
 
Thursday July 19, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Art Camp for Kids - Art II Camp
Join us for four days of fun filled art projects! At Art Camp for Kids our emphasis is on the fine art processes of drawing, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Participants will engage in age appropriate art experiences in a relaxed camp atmosphere.Instructor: Anne Nugent
 
Monday July 23, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Adventures in Space - Adventures in Space Session One
-Learn about flying, both in and out of the Earth's atmosphere.-Find out what t is like to live and work in space. You will also design your own Space Station, Moon Base, or Mars Base.-See how rockets work from the ground up by building and launching your own model rocket. -There will also be a video presentation and awards during the five day program.Day One: Rocket BuildingLearn and understand how rockets work and fly. Students will each get to build their own rockets that will fly as high as 1,000 feet! Launch will take place on day 5.Day Two: Our Universe & Science for funExplore our Solar System and beyond! Students will design and create alien life forms. Students will also make wheels for star gazing.Using a variety of simple toys, discover the workings of forces such as gravity and friction. See the effects on Earth and how they differed for the crews aboard the Space Shuttle.Day Three: Living and Working in SpaceFind out what its like for the astronauts to live and work in Space. Detailed models, a moon suit along with space food and hands-on activities will be presented. Each student will have their individual Astronaut Portrait taken in a shuttle flight suit.Day Four: Space StationWe will take a look into the history of Space and development of the International Space Station, currently in Earth's orbit. The students will also design of their own to present to their group.Day Five: Principles of Flight & Rocket Launch Using materials such as gliders, balloons, and water rockets, the students will explore and learn the principles of flight. Family and friends are invited to witness the launching of the model rockets made fro Day1. *Students should bring a snack and a drink
 
Tuesday July 24, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Adventures in Space - Adventures in Space Session One
-Learn about flying, both in and out of the Earth's atmosphere.-Find out what t is like to live and work in space. You will also design your own Space Station, Moon Base, or Mars Base.-See how rockets work from the ground up by building and launching your own model rocket. -There will also be a video presentation and awards during the five day program.Day One: Rocket BuildingLearn and understand how rockets work and fly. Students will each get to build their own rockets that will fly as high as 1,000 feet! Launch will take place on day 5.Day Two: Our Universe & Science for funExplore our Solar System and beyond! Students will design and create alien life forms. Students will also make wheels for star gazing.Using a variety of simple toys, discover the workings of forces such as gravity and friction. See the effects on Earth and how they differed for the crews aboard the Space Shuttle.Day Three: Living and Working in SpaceFind out what its like for the astronauts to live and work in Space. Detailed models, a moon suit along with space food and hands-on activities will be presented. Each student will have their individual Astronaut Portrait taken in a shuttle flight suit.Day Four: Space StationWe will take a look into the history of Space and development of the International Space Station, currently in Earth's orbit. The students will also design of their own to present to their group.Day Five: Principles of Flight & Rocket Launch Using materials such as gliders, balloons, and water rockets, the students will explore and learn the principles of flight. Family and friends are invited to witness the launching of the model rockets made fro Day1. *Students should bring a snack and a drink
 
Wednesday July 25, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Adventures in Space - Adventures in Space Session One
-Learn about flying, both in and out of the Earth's atmosphere.-Find out what t is like to live and work in space. You will also design your own Space Station, Moon Base, or Mars Base.-See how rockets work from the ground up by building and launching your own model rocket. -There will also be a video presentation and awards during the five day program.Day One: Rocket BuildingLearn and understand how rockets work and fly. Students will each get to build their own rockets that will fly as high as 1,000 feet! Launch will take place on day 5.Day Two: Our Universe & Science for funExplore our Solar System and beyond! Students will design and create alien life forms. Students will also make wheels for star gazing.Using a variety of simple toys, discover the workings of forces such as gravity and friction. See the effects on Earth and how they differed for the crews aboard the Space Shuttle.Day Three: Living and Working in SpaceFind out what its like for the astronauts to live and work in Space. Detailed models, a moon suit along with space food and hands-on activities will be presented. Each student will have their individual Astronaut Portrait taken in a shuttle flight suit.Day Four: Space StationWe will take a look into the history of Space and development of the International Space Station, currently in Earth's orbit. The students will also design of their own to present to their group.Day Five: Principles of Flight & Rocket Launch Using materials such as gliders, balloons, and water rockets, the students will explore and learn the principles of flight. Family and friends are invited to witness the launching of the model rockets made fro Day1. *Students should bring a snack and a drink
 
Thursday July 26, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Adventures in Space - Adventures in Space Session One
-Learn about flying, both in and out of the Earth's atmosphere.-Find out what t is like to live and work in space. You will also design your own Space Station, Moon Base, or Mars Base.-See how rockets work from the ground up by building and launching your own model rocket. -There will also be a video presentation and awards during the five day program.Day One: Rocket BuildingLearn and understand how rockets work and fly. Students will each get to build their own rockets that will fly as high as 1,000 feet! Launch will take place on day 5.Day Two: Our Universe & Science for funExplore our Solar System and beyond! Students will design and create alien life forms. Students will also make wheels for star gazing.Using a variety of simple toys, discover the workings of forces such as gravity and friction. See the effects on Earth and how they differed for the crews aboard the Space Shuttle.Day Three: Living and Working in SpaceFind out what its like for the astronauts to live and work in Space. Detailed models, a moon suit along with space food and hands-on activities will be presented. Each student will have their individual Astronaut Portrait taken in a shuttle flight suit.Day Four: Space StationWe will take a look into the history of Space and development of the International Space Station, currently in Earth's orbit. The students will also design of their own to present to their group.Day Five: Principles of Flight & Rocket Launch Using materials such as gliders, balloons, and water rockets, the students will explore and learn the principles of flight. Family and friends are invited to witness the launching of the model rockets made fro Day1. *Students should bring a snack and a drink
 
Friday July 27, 2018
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Adventures in Space - Adventures in Space Session One
-Learn about flying, both in and out of the Earth's atmosphere.-Find out what t is like to live and work in space. You will also design your own Space Station, Moon Base, or Mars Base.-See how rockets work from the ground up by building and launching your own model rocket. -There will also be a video presentation and awards during the five day program.Day One: Rocket BuildingLearn and understand how rockets work and fly. Students will each get to build their own rockets that will fly as high as 1,000 feet! Launch will take place on day 5.Day Two: Our Universe & Science for funExplore our Solar System and beyond! Students will design and create alien life forms. Students will also make wheels for star gazing.Using a variety of simple toys, discover the workings of forces such as gravity and friction. See the effects on Earth and how they differed for the crews aboard the Space Shuttle.Day Three: Living and Working in SpaceFind out what its like for the astronauts to live and work in Space. Detailed models, a moon suit along with space food and hands-on activities will be presented. Each student will have their individual Astronaut Portrait taken in a shuttle flight suit.Day Four: Space StationWe will take a look into the history of Space and development of the International Space Station, currently in Earth's orbit. The students will also design of their own to present to their group.Day Five: Principles of Flight & Rocket Launch Using materials such as gliders, balloons, and water rockets, the students will explore and learn the principles of flight. Family and friends are invited to witness the launching of the model rockets made fro Day1. *Students should bring a snack and a drink