School's Out Day Camps

Ages: 5 to 10 years old
Break out of the "what to do" routine during school holidays. Send the kids with a lunch, we'll do the rest! Your children will be engaged and entertained by our science and nature themed camps. Hands-on activities, games, art projects, new friends, and more fill a day away from school. 
Cost per day:  $45 member / $55 non-member
Times:  9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

***NEW*** After Care from 3:30pm to 5:30pm is now available for Winter Break Camps for an added $15/day fee.

Our 2015 Winter Break Camps 

Monday, December 21 – Animals in Winter
How do animals cope with the colder temperatures of winter? Migration, hibernation, and just bearing through it all, we’ll explore these different ways that North American animals cope. Bring a warm jacket, and a sense of adventure.

Tuesday, December 22 – Reptile Roundup
Explore the similarities and differences in different reptile groups. We’ll take a look at scales, tails, and backbones in specimens and live animals.

Monday, December 28 - Art in Nature
Come explore the park, and learn about contemporary and modern artists in a natural setting. We’ll create some gorgeous art, learn a lot, and have fun with art projects, journaling, and outdoor games.

Tuesday, December 29 – Sensational Senses
We’ll test our noses, observe optical illusions, tickle our tastebuds, learn the limits of our hearing, and more!

You can download and print our Camper Release Form hereAll campers MUST have a release form signed by their parent or guardian before they are dropped off for camp.

 ***NEW*** Member parents, you may now register your kids for camp while logged in under your own member profile! You no longer have to log in as each individual child under their separate child profiles. Login once as yourself, and take the form as many times as you need to to register your kids! We hope this makes life a little simpler! 

If you need assistance with registration, call 713-667-6550 or email  Thanks!

Highlights from Spring Break Camp 2015


Day campers perform experiments, make science crafts, participate in outdoor investigations and more.










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