Children will create art, join the wizarding world, generate some â€œmess-terpieces,â€ become gumshoes and chefs, shape designs with clay, delve into science and STEAM, and more during Imagination Station Summer Camps beginning June 4 at the Childrenâ€™s Museum of Oak Ridge.
Summer camps, from June 4-July 27, are for children from age 3 through rising fifth graders. The Childrenâ€™s Museumâ€™s enriching environment provides the backdrop as an experienced staff helps campers learn and grow through play in fun and safe surroundings, a press release said. Each camp is created with age-appropriate activities aligned with the childâ€™s developmental stage.
â€œWe hope to foster campersâ€™ imaginations and passion for lifelong learning through our wide range of themes and activities, as well as our many hands-on exhibits,â€ said Beth Shea, Childrenâ€™s Museum executive director.
The fee for Monday-Friday half-day camps is $115 for members, lower fees this year, and $135 for non-members. A discount is available if two siblings register for camp during the same week or if a child registers for two half-day camps in the same week. A limited number of scholarships for camp are available. Download the scholarship application from the museumâ€™s website. [Read more…]