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When School is Out, Camp EdVenture is In!

EdVenture Children’s Museum offers a variety of camp sessions for 4-12 year olds starting with Winter Break Camp, followed by MLK Day and Spring Break camps. Each camp is open to the public and will consist of fun, hands-on activities that will keep your children busy and happy all day long. Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged to to ensure a spot.

Winter Break Camp will be held in the museum Monday through Friday, December 19–23 and December 26–30, beginning at 9 a.m. and complimentary early drop-off as early as 7:30 a.m. Camp ends at 3 p.m. Themes for camp in the first week are: Holiday Storybook Smashup for ages 4-5, Global Holiday Cuisine and Traditions for ages 6-7, Seasonal Science for ages 8-10, Maker Camp: Constructing a Winter Wonderland for ages 11-12. The second week’s themes are: Where the Wild Things Are for ages 4-5, Community Helpers for ages 6-7, MakeShop BreakShop! for ages 8-10, Robotastic MMXV for ages 11-12. Pricing is $175 for the week or $40 per day, with an option for extended-stay until 6 p.m. for $10 per day.

MLK Day Camp is held on the national observance of Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday, Monday, January 16, 2017, and Spring Break Camp will be April 10-14, 2017. Times and pricing are the same as Winter Break Camp.

Lunch is included and caregivers are asked to provide two snacks for each child. Members receive a fifteen percent discount off of registration.


About EdVenture                                                                                                                                                       The mission of EdVenture is to inspire children to experience the joy of learning. EdVenture is a locally-managed, not-for-profit informal educational institution dedicated to lifelong learning through its 92,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor interactive exhibit space and in its educational outreach programs and after-school programs. The museum has welcomed visitors from all 50 states and 18 foreign countries, creating shared experiences and memories for families learning together. For more information about EdVenture, visit www.edventure.org or call 803-779-3100.

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