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Summer Camps at the Rossland Museum and Discovery Center

We have a great variety of Summer Camps this year at the Rossland Museum!

The Camps will be hosted on the Museum grounds where kids will fill their days with fun and high energy activities! They will have immediate access to all of our facilities inside the museum; exhibitions, discovery zone, designated room just for camps, gold panning, heritage garden, train caboose and more! Our camp themes will revolve around the history and natural science of the area with high-interest games, treasure hunts, mysteries to solve and habitats to protect.  The programs are designed and overseen by the Programs manager and 2 full-time camp counselors, with a part-time assistant. We are really excited to make this a fun and memorable summer for your child!

Week 1: July 4-7 : Extreme Earth   $120 / wk

Week 2: July 10-14: Art Explorers

Week 3: July 17-21: Eco Warriors

Week 4: July 24-28: Stones and Bones

Week 5: July 31-Aug 4: Mad Scientist

Week 6: Aug 8-11:  EUREKA!  $120/wk

Week 7: Aug 14-18:  Wild at Art

Week 8: Aug 21-25: Gold Rush!

Week 9: Aug 28-Sep 1: Energy Stars! (Eco Camp)


Pricing: Full day (9am-4pm) $150/week/members, $175/week/non-members
                    Half day(11am-4pm) $115/week/members, $135/week/non-members
                   *Pick up beside pool available for registered swim campers only

Ages: 6 - 12 years old (turning 6 this year ok)

Camp hours:  9am - 4pm  (drop off starting at 8:45)

Please note: Full Day campers get dropped off at the museum at 9am.
Half-Day campers should be dropped off at the museum at 11am, unless they are registered swim campers,  then we will pick up at 11am in the park beside the pool .
Children are to be picked up at the museum at the end of the day by 4pm.

To register: Pick up a Registration form at City Hall or the Rossland Museum.  Once filled out they can be dropped off in person at the Rossland Museum or scanned and emailed to:  info@rosslandmuseum.ca

If you have any questions please call the Rossland Museum at: 250 362 7722

 

 

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