Summer Discovery Camps at The Children’s Museum of Cleveland

Summer Discovery Camps at The Children’s Museum of Cleveland begin June 15, 2009, run for 9 consecutive weeks, and are designed for children ages 4-6 years. Themes for 2009 include an exciting array of educational adventures…from dinosaurs to superheroes to princesses to outer space…and offer children an opportunity to participate in science experiments, themed art projects, outdoor exploration and free-play in the exhibit galleries.

All camps are one week sessions, Monday-Friday, 9:00 a.m. to Noon. An optional Lunch Bunch session, available from Noon to 2 p.m. daily, allows campers additional time to participate in counselor supervised crafts, games and free play in the Museum.

Summer Discovery Camps at The Children’s Museum of Cleveland are absolutely the most amazing and fun-filled learning experience your child will have this summer!

Registration for all programs is required. Space is limited – class size is limited to the first 22 children to register. Registration can be made by phone, in person at the Museum, or by completing the on-line form. For additional information, or to register, please contact Gayle Effron, Program Manager at 216.791.7114 x22. *Note: Snacks will NOT be provided, please pack for your child every day. Refrigeration is available.

ENROLLMENT COST:

$99.00 per child/camp for CMC members
$115.00 for non-members

For a complete schedule of camp activities, visit http://www.clevelandchildrensmuseum.org/summer_camps_2009.htm

And if you go, I want to hear about it!

Until next time,

Lorelei

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