Children's Science Explorium Camps

Summer Break Blast 

Registration is opened.

All Science Explorium Camps will be VIRTUAL this summer.  We will be using the virtual platform GoTo Meetings for all virtual camp programs.  

Summer Break Blast offers your child an exciting and fun opportunity to explore the world around us. Campers entering 1st through 5th grade will experience a different science theme consisting of at least three activities each day. We will engage in tons of exciting experiments that will be sure to entice the curious mind of your budding scientist.

All camps are hands-on and emphasize active learning and fun. Science Camp is comprised of six one-week sessions, running from June 21 to July 30. All materials will be provided with registration, including a camp t-shirt. 

Time: 9am-Noon 

Cost: Resident $100/week; Non-resident $125/week

Registration Information: 

314011 A1 June 21-25 (entering grades 1-2)

314011 A2 June 28- July 2 (entering grades 1-2)

314011 A3 July 5-9 (entering grades 3-5)

314011 A4 July 12-16 (entering grades 3-5)

314011 A5 July 19-23 (entering grades 1-2)

314011 A6 July 26-30 (entering grades 3-5)

Click here to learn about online registration.

We will be using the virtual platform GoTo Meetings to provide you with hands-on activities and immersive learning experiences, all from the comfort of your own home! Please make sure to use a desktop computer or laptop. 

After registering, a meeting link will be emailed to you no later than 48hrs before the start of your class. Make sure a current email address is on file with your Webtrac account.

*Please note that due to the nature of this program, we will not be able to accommodate same-day registrations. Please register at least one day in advance. Pick up for program supplies at Sugar Sand Park Community Center will begin one week prior to the date of the program and will end the day before the program.

Participants have the option to wear facial coverings. We recommend following social distancing when applicable, and following CDC guidelines is encouraged.