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Summer Intersession Program

Please turn in your completed Camp Registration Form to our front desk

Summer Intersession Camp is now Full. Check back again soon for info on Fall Intersession.


Announcing the NEWEST LEVELS of Camp 'Imi-Possible!
* Junior Inventors: 4th - 5th grade 
* Junior Explorers: Kindergarten - 3rd grade (Child must already be the age of 5 as of July 31, 2015)

We are searching for junior explorers in grades K-3 for exciting hands-on geology and climatology activities, exploration and learning about our interconnections. 

We are also searching for junior inventors in grades 4-5 for dynamic hands-on laboratory experiences about our island's nano-science and nano-technology!

Camp 'IMI-Possible will be held Tuesday through Friday, May 31 - June 3The camp will run from 8:30am to 3:30pm (with drop-off available at 7:30am and pickup by 4:30pm). Cost is $200 for the general public and $175 for members. 

Early registration for members opens Wednesday, April 20, 2016. General enrollment begins Friday, April 22. Mark your calendars to register and secure a spot for your child. Past programs have filled up quickly, so don't delay.
 
Daily Schedule
7:30-8:30           Drop-off time with exciting activities
8:30                   Camp begins promptly with a day of experiments and hands-on activities 
9:45-10:00         Energizing snack break
11:00-12:00       Refueling lunch break followed by wacky outdoor activities (weather permitting)
1:30-1:45           Energizing snack break
3:30-4:15           Pick-up time
 
Things to Bring Everyday
 
  • Two snacks - no peanut products due to allergies
  • Lunch – no peanut products due to allergies
  • Refillable water bottle with child’s name
  • Light jacket, sweater or sweatshirt – it’s cold in the planetarium
  • One good book with child’s name
  • Full change of clothes 
 

Click on the link to download the Camp ‘IMI-Possible Registration Form.

 

 Camp 'IMI-Possible's  Dr. 'Ainastein demonstrates the Bernoulli principle: