Roberson Museum and Science Center is pleased to announce a brand new winter break camp! All new themes and activities are available for your children starting Tuesday, December 26th through Friday, December 29th. Camps run from 9am to 3pm, with early drop off beginning at 8:15 am, and late pick up ending at 4:45 pm. Camps are for grades 3 to 5. Children must bring a bag lunch, and should dress appropriately for the weather as we may be going outside.
Price for each day: $36 for members; $44 for non-members
Price for the 4 days is: $140 for members; $170 for non-members
Price for extended care: $20 for the week
Tuesday: Challenge camp: Winter edition!
Did you know that building a snowman or an igloo is considered moderate physical activity? Well what better way to burn off that excess energy on a chilly day than with fun physical challenges?! Come join us for a day packed with winter fun including a snowman building competition, winter-themed games, holiday yoga, a dance party, and more in this camp that is sure to keep you warm!
Wednesday: Winter Wildlife
Come out of hibernation and join us for a fun day of camp featuring the many creatures that surround our community in Winter. Utilizing our newest exhibition, Nature Trek, campers will explore animals’ various habitats, adaptations and food resources as they participate in the Audubon’s 118th Annual Christmas Bird Count, create natural bird feeders for our feathered friends, and more!
Thursday: Winter Space
You don’t need a winter coat for this trip to the North Pole! Join us in our digital planetarium to explore the winter sky in our Seasonal Sky Tour at the North Pole. We’ll also discover a little about our galaxy as we experiment with what objects float in space, various space games, and more!
Friday: New Year’s Eve Celebration!
Prepare for 2018 with this New Year’s Eve themed maker camp! You will explore how different cultures celebrate New Year’s Eve, design your own festive noise maker and party accessories, and create a stop-motion video demonstrating your own Roberson Museum ball drop!