Roberson announces “Roberson Adventure Week” February 16-20, featuring a different camp theme each day during winter break. You can choose to sign your child up for one day, multiple days, or the whole week. Camps are for students in grades 2 through 6 and run 9am to 3pm each day. Click below or call(607) 772-0660 to register. Please note that camps require a minimum number of participants, and are subject to change. All materials included. Tuition is non-refundable.
Price per day is $36 for members; $44 for non-members
Price for the entire week is $170 for members, $215 for non-members.
Simply hit the “Add to Cart” button for camps you wish to register for. If you would like to register for the entire week choose the “Entire Adventure Week” Option below. Please note, membership status will be verified upon purchase.
Entire Adventure Week: February 16-20
Experience all the fun and excitement of five different themed camp days.
Monday, February 16
Exercise your creativity and problem solving skills while designing simple machines, creating a new invention, and learning about famous inventors.
Tuesday, February 17
It’s all Greek to me!
Enter the world of Greek culture and mythology as you explore stories from treasured collections and look to the sky for Greek civilization influences.
Wednesday, February 18
Learn simple ways to transform your environment into a safer and cleaner place. Explore the scientific importance of recycling, and create some upcycled items that have practical uses.
Thursday, February 19
Dabble in various art mediums and styles — from drawing, to painting and mixed media. Campers will also explore creations by famous artists and be inspired to create their own works.
Friday, February 20
Under the Sea
Experience prehistoric creatures of the deep sea during a full-dome presentation in Roberson’s Digital Planetarium. Campers will also learn about modern sea creatures, mythological beasts, and the importance of conserving our oceans.
Funding for Roberson Museum and Science Center is provided, in part, by general operating support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council, the Klee Foundation, and the New York State Council on the Arts.