2017 Summer Camp

All camps to take place at one of the Harborfields schools.

Note:  Grades indicated are for the grades the students are entering in September 2017.

To be placed on the waiting list for any camps that are filled to capacity, please email harborfieldshacef@gmail.com.

 

Adventures in Coding
Instructor: Kurt Allen
Grades 4-8
An invaluable camp for those highly interested in computers and computer programming! Learning coding fundamentals has never been more fun with CodeMonkey and its user-friendly Coding Adventure tools. Your student will learn real programming (coding) by playing a fun and intuitive game while learning how to write code in text format. Students in this programming class for kids will go home with CodeMonkey accounts to continue the fun and create their own challenges to share with other students.
7/24/2017 – 7/28/2017 – This session is full.
7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017 – Session 2
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School

Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Around the World with Mrs. Rau
Instructor: Kate Rau
Grades 2-4
Do you want to become a world traveler? In “Around the World with Mrs. Rau,” campers will travel to Italy, Kenya, Iceland, and more! Learn about the culture of each country through art, crafts, music, games, food, and “virtual tours.” Get ready to stamp your passport and pack your luggage as you discover what it is like to journey to these fascinating countries!
8/14/2017 – 8/17/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Art-tastic Creations
Instructor: Sandra Reitz
Grades 3-6
Keep your child’s mind sharp and their creativity alive with summer-themed crafts that demand a vivid imagination using recycled, decorative, and edible crafts. Learn how to make whimsical, eye-popping, colorful items that are fun, rewarding, and personal. Campers will learn how to work with string art, make a dream catcher, create a t-shirt tote bag, craft a personalized water bottle, and whip up wind spirals, tie-dye shirts, glow in the dark mason jars, even cook up flip-flop cookies!
7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Canvas Painting
Instructor: Melissa Goscinski
Grades 5-8
A delightful chance to unleash the creative artist within! This camp offers the opportunity to work on stretched canvas for all assignments. Students will explore landscape, modern, surrealism and abstract art forms throughout this camp session. All canvases and materials will be provided and all pieces will be sent home on the last day of camp. Students should bring a smock or apron for this camp.
7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017 – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Chocolate-Mania
Instructor: Sharon Chillemi
Grades 3-6
Get your taste buds ready for some sweet and salty sensations as you learn the amazing things you can create with chocolate! This chocolate-making workshop allows you to create and explore this confection as never before. Learn how to dip, mold, and decorate delicious chocolate creations. Design your own candy box to take home, make extraordinary lollipops, experiment with clever molds, wrap your creations beautifully, and much more! By the end of the week you will become a master chocolatier, ready to throw your own Chocolate Fondue Party! This camp will be four days, including Friday–with no class on July 4.
7/3/2017 – 7/5-7/2017 – Early-Bird $135.00 /After May 1 $150.00 – This session is full.
7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017 Session 2 This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School

Cook with Books
Instructor: Sonia Armstrong
Grades K-3
Hey, young chefs! Do you love to read? And cook? Come and join us to whip up your favorite book-related confections! This highly-unique and flavorful camp will feature different picture books followed with a recipe. Here’s a sneak peek: On Breakfast Day, the campers will read “Pancakes Pancakes” by Eric Carle. Campers will prepare special toppings for their pancakes and design a “topping bar.” They will follow the recipe given in the book and create their favorite pancakes on skillets. Then, campers will create a pancake art craft project to take home! There will also be a “Pete the Cat Day,” and activities that include make your own ice cream, fruit pizzas and kabobs, “dirt cups,” a cupcake decorating class, and much more over the course of the week. Sure to inspire young readers and chefs alike!
8/14/2017 – 8/17/2017 – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Crazy Concoctions
Instructor: Melissa Ricci
Grades 1-2
Back by popular demand! This incredible camp has become a HACEF favorite and that’s because Ms. Ricci always has something new and jaw-dropping up her sleeve! These young campers will become mad scientists as they whip up astounding hands-on experiments such as magic sand dough, volcanoes, exploding candy, soda geysers, bubbling rainbows and slime! It’s sticky, icky, awesome, mind-blowing fun (and learning) at its finest!
Session 1 7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017 This session is full.
Session 2 7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017 – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Washington Drive Primary School
Early-Bird $155.00 /After May 1 $170.00

Crop, Paper, Scissors
Instructor: Karin Fey
Grades 4 and above
Discover the art of scrapbooking–as well as other clever crafts! Enjoy the fun and inventive ways you can embellish photographs to preserve unforgettable memories. Former magazine editor and craft stylist Karin Fey will be teaching the ins-and-outs of cropping photos, mounting and layering techniques. Your child will learn how to handle different craft tools, including a hot glue gun, decorative scissors, punches, and stamps in order to create wonderfully unique works of art. Besides each creating their own full 20-page scrapbook album by the end of camp, campers will also participate in many other projects: Card-making, decoupage, photo crafts, and a daily surprise “Mystery Craft” to encourage imagination and ingenuity.
Session 1 7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017
Session 2 7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $155.00 /After May 1 $170.00

Dr. Seuss STEM Academy
Instructor: Sonia Armstrong
Grades 1-4

Do you like Dr. Seuss at all?
You might like building towers tall.
We”ll read a book here, conduct an experiment there,
We think that you will have a ball.

For both lovers of Dr. Seuss and mad scientists in the making, get ready for some eye-popping fun AND learning all in one place! Join us for a daily exploration of science investigations linked to your favorite Dr. Seuss characters. Experiments and art include the Cat in the Hat Cup Stacking Challenge, The Lorax Earth Day Slime and Steamed Coffee Filter Science Art, Bartholomew’s Oobleck, a Gum Drop Bridge Building, and loads more! What will the clever and crafty Mrs. Armstrong think of next?
6/26/2017 – 6/29/2017  – This session is full.
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017  – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Drawing, Painting and Sculpture
Instructor: Eileen Shields
Grades K-2
Take a break from the summer heat and join us for some crazy creative fun! Children will explore a variety of art mediums and study artists and artistic techniques. Each lesson will produce a unique (and keepsake-worthy) child-created work of art. At the end of each session, students will participate in an art show exhibiting their beautiful work. Projects will include drawing, painting, mixed media, and sculpture!
Session 1 7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017  – This session is full.
Session 2 7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017  – This session is full.
Session 3 7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017  – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $165.00 /After May 1 $180.00

Engineering 101
Instructor: Richard Ritter
Grades 6-8
In this fun and exploratory foundation class, engineering instructor Richard Ritter will give students valuable insight into the fascinating world of how things work. From formulating ideas to concept drawing to planning formal design concepts to creating finished products, campers will work in teams to create and problem-solve. Assignments will include flying devices and cable cars using everyday materials such as Popsicle sticks, paper clips, rubber bands, and even balloons. A fascinating camp that truly offers much in the way of both practical and life skills!
6/26/2017 – 6/29/2017 This session is full.
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $195.00 /After May 1 $215.00

Explorations in Sculpture
Instructor: Melissa Goscinski
Grades 5-8
Sculpture is three-dimensional artwork created by shaping or combining materials. Materials may be molded or carved and then hardened by methods such as firing. This highly-creative camp concentrates on building sculptures by hand with clay, with techniques on forming, carving, collaging, and attention to detail. The resulting 3D pieces will then be fired and glazed to your child’s liking. Please bring a smock or apron.
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $150.00 /After May 1 $165.00

Exploring 2D & 3D Art
Instructor: Beth Devaney
Grades 3-5
Both fun and inspiring, 2D & 3D art opens up a world of exciting possibilities! Children will explore a variety of visual arts mediums such as painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media and more. Age appropriate projects are geared to expand students’ artistic horizons by improving knowledge and skills. The session culminates with an art exhibition featuring artworks created during camp for family and friends to enjoy. *Please note that this camp is offered for 2 sessions in July and is repeatable; there will be different projects each week.
Session 1 7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017 –This session is full.
Session 2 7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017 –This session is full.
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $190.00 /After May 1 $205.00

Fashion Design I – An Introduction to Fashion and Design
Instructor: Roe Elder
Grades 5-8
Do you enjoy flipping through the pages of magazines and keeping up with the latest trends? Do you love the artistry of stunning attire? Enter the exciting world of fashion and learn how to create your own contemporary fashion designs! Students will learn to apply clothing to the fashion figure (croquie) and how to render fabrics, textures, styles of details on clothing and become skillful in various techniques using color pencils and markers. The final project will be a unique collection of designs for a season!
7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017
9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $180.00 /After May 1 $200.00

Fashion Design II
Instructor: Roe Elder
Grades 5-8
A deeper look inside the world of fashion, students will be introduced to the history of fashion design which will inspire and influence their own contemporary fashion designs. They will learn to apply clothing to the fashion figure (croquie) and how to render fabrics, textures, styles of details on clothing and become skillful in various techniques using color pencils and markers. Their project will be a small unique collection of designs and accessories and their final project will  be an exclusive design for the MTV Awards!. 
7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017
9:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $180.00 /After May 1 $200.00

Feel Like Singing!
Instructor: Jessica Lowenhar
Grades 4-8
Does your child love to sing? In this fun and carefree camp, students will work on solo and group choral singing using literature and songs that inspire them to love performing! Each student will perform a solo (only if desired!) and multiple choral numbers. The environment will be cooperative, fun, and inclusive of all students as they work on audition techniques for musical theater, sing as an ensemble, and prepare for the culminating performance for friends and family on our last day!
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Fetch, Catch, Pounce, and Purr
Instructor: Joann Wadler
Grades 4-8
Calling all dog and cat lovers!!! What better way to pamper your pet than by making them specially-made toys and treats? This hands-on camp will offer fun materials to craft unique toys and treats that will please pets everywhere. Cat nip bag, a cat pompom toy, squeak toys, crinkle toy, a dog pull toy made from recycled denim are just few of the items that may be created. Fun games that you can play with your pet will also be introduced! The Best Part:  Once you learn how to create these pooch- and kitty-pleasing toys, you can always make more or give them as gifts to your friends’ pets!
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Hands on Clay
Instructor: Jeanie Ritter
Grades 6-8
A fun four days of exploring all aspects of 3D work through clay: handbuilding, an introduction to the Potter’s wheel, and slip casting. Campers will use their imagination and new skills to create both decorative and functional ceramics to create beautiful treasures. Campers will also learn how to load and fire the kiln as well as experiment with various glaze applications. The week will end with an art exhibit for family and friends.
6/26/2017 – 6/29/2017 – This session is full.
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $195.00 /After May 1 $215.00

Harry Potter Camp: Bringing Magic to Muggles
Instructor: Dyan Aronowsky
Grades 3-6
From Privet Drive to 9 3/4 Train Platform to Hogwarts, come explore the magical world of Harry Potter! Get “sorted” into houses Gryffindor, Slytherin, Ravenclaw or Hufflepuff. Play Quidditch and work towards the Hogwarts House Cup! Whip up your own personal wand, create potions and even study the same subjects that Harry studies at Hogwarts: Astronomy, Potions, Herbology and History of Magic. Learn how these subjects connect to our “Muggle” World.
7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017   – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $150.00 /After May 1 $165.00

Here’s the Story: Having Fun With Writing
Instructor: Jen Klein
Grades 5-8
Let your child unleash his or her imagination onto a blank page and discover the fun that can come from writing! It’s no secret that the skills developed through creative writing workshops improve literacy abilities, encourage creative-thinking, and build self-esteem. Your child will love the fun games, role play, and story building fun cooked up in this unique camp! Discover the elements of all good stories, including character, conflict, action, setting, and more. Using storybird.com, longtime OMS teacher Mrs. Klein will help young writers create their own unique softcover book so that their words can come to life onto paper together with wonderful illustrations.
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Images Come Alive with Photoshop
Instructor: Stacey Parks
Grades 6-8
Create anything you can imagine! Unlock your creative potential and learn to use the most popular graphics design tool used by professionals around the world. During this intensive, enjoyable camp, students will learn the foundations of this valuable program. Identify the toolbar and basic uses of tools, learn how to manage “layers,” import photos, and work with image/text manipulation. Students will either complete a “fantasy” image or an album cover. Campers should have the ability to access to their own Google drive or may use their thumb drive to save their work.
7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Introduction to Video Production
Instructor: Steve Ellick
Grades 4-8
Constantly searching for the best video apps? Gain useful skills to create impactful small digital video productions! Campers will learn basic aspects of video camera, storing digital video, and shooting video. They will learn video editing techniques through the use of video editing software. They will also have the opportunity to produce several different productions including: autobiographies, commercials, interviews, newscasts, family productions and more. All productions will be saved for take home use.
Session 1 6/26/2017 – 6/29/2017 – This session is full.
Session 2 7/17/2017 – 7/20/2017 – This session is full.
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Kindergarteners Create!
Instructor: Diane Young
For children entering Kindergarten
This creative expression camp for incoming kindergarteners provides your child with a fun, stress-free camp experience with beloved instructor Diane Young. If you love her classes at the Harborfields Library. You’ll love this adventurous camp, where your child will explore different authors, artists, and musical genres. Each day will feature a new theme with developmentally-appropriate learning, hands-on projects and fun activities! Your child will develop literacy and listening skills, learn art techniques and explore musical instruments. For example, “The Beatles” Day will feature music from the Fab 4, artwork in Peter Max style and picture books by John Lennon and Ringo Starr!
8/14/2017-8/17/2017
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Washington Drive Primary School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Knitting for Kids
Grades 2-8
One of the best hobbies to learn and discover, knitting opens up a whole world of fun possibilities! Knitting extraordinaire Keri Puglisi, designer & owner of Loops by Keri hand knits and half of the duo behind EmmaLoops Creative Studio in Huntington, will teach campers the ins and outs of this exciting craft. This class will explore hand knitting at each student’s level…. including right AND left- handed knitters. Learn how to put stitches on a needle, how to create and use different stitches, and much more. Students can choose what project to work on, including a pair of fingerless mitts or a scarf for a doll/stuffed friend or themselves. To ensure each child is successful, there will be options for crocheting, finger knitting and pompom making throughout the class week! The benefits of knitting: Increases fine motor skills, improves memory and math skills, works both sides of the brain…. and most importantly, it’s a lot of fun! No prior experience needed, beginners welcome!
7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Making Friends
Instructor: Kristin Santiago
Grades K-2
Back by popular demand! This super-duper camp offers children the opportunity to work on valuable character-building skills through the use of crafts, playtime, books, games, acting, puppet shows, and artwork—all while having fun! Children will be able to practice essential social skills such as following directions, taking turns, complimenting friends, identifying feelings, saying “I’m sorry,” winning and losing, and many more. This is a wonderful opportunity for your child to interact and form close friendships with other children from Washington Drive Primary School—and since it’s Mrs. Santiago, it’s bound to be a blast!
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017 – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $105.00 /After May 1 $115.00

Old Masters Re-Mix
Instructor: Nicole Larson
Grades 3-7
In this fabulously imaginative camp, the students will create and reinterpret the art of the masters. Creations will be generated through the students’ eyes and personal expression. The styles and techniques of Picasso, Van Gogh, Chagall and others will be examined each week and the student’s own personal likes, creativity and visual expression will then be applied. Students will be encouraged to put their own “twist” on the foundations of these famous artists’ technique and form. This will be an exciting, enriching class where students will explore and create many different possibilities, from the whimsical to the serious and serene! This camp will be four days, including Friday–with no class on July 4.
7/3, 5, 6 & 7, 2017 – This session is full.
9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Painting “Al Fresco”
Instructor: Jeanie Ritter
Grades 6-8
Having trouble choosing between an indoor summer activity and an outdoor one? Now you don’t have to! Make art while enjoying the beautiful summer outdoors with our new Painting Al Fresco camp! A fun four days of exploring various sketching and painting techniques. Students will have sketchbook exercises and learn tips and styles for painting gorgeous landscapes, gardens, perhaps even the beach! Follow our professional art instructor to a new creative place each day (both on campus and off) to learn and make friends who like art as much as you do. The week will end with an art exhibit for family and friends.
7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017 
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $190.00 /After May 1 $205.00

Photography
Instructor: Richard Ritter
Grades 6-8
See the world through your lens! Capture great images and refine them through digital imaging. This fun experience will teach students how to really use their digital cameras and then how to edit those images in Adobe Photoshop. Students will learn the different modes and settings on their cameras, learn about photographic composition, lighting, and editing in Photoshop. Campers are encouraged to use their own camera if they have one, but cameras can be provided as well. An art exhibit for family and friends will be held on the last day of camp!
7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017 This session is full.
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $185.00 /After May 1 $204.00

Plant, Grow & Bloom: Welcome to the Garden!
Instructor: Elizabeth Rexer
Grades 3-6
We are thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Rexer of Earl’s Kitchen Gardens to the HACEF family! In this first-time ever gardening camp, students will have the opportunity to experience hands-on learning regarding where food comes and how it is grown from garden to table. They will have the opportunity to work together and accomplish their goal of building a beautiful, thriving edible garden in the school community. This class will be conducted outdoors so appropriate clothing is recommended: “dirt-friendly” clothes, hats, and sunscreen. In the event of rain, campers will construct the raised beds indoors and will discuss plant growth and natural science while creating fun art/garden related projects. Time-permitting, the camp will tour a working vegetable farm, Rexer’s Crossroads Farm in Greenlawn on the last day of camp. All students will receive their own pair of gardening gloves!
8/14/2017 – 8/17/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $165.00 /After May 1 $180.00

Robotics – Elementary
Instructor: Drew Lockwood
Grades 3-5
Robotics continues to be a great learning opportunity for the Harborfields community, offering students a chance to learn and work with Lego EV. OMS instructor Drew Lockwood has taught Robotics for four years for HACEF and the Science Research Club. He has seen firsthand how much children love to work with Robotic challenges. Skill development, planning, organization as well as creative expression are the goals for this important life-enriching camp. The unique challenges of robotics teach about sensors, navigation, remote control, programming and teamwork. This camp will be four days, including Friday–with no class on July 4.
7/3, 5, 6 & 7, 2017 – This session is full.
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Robotics – Secondary
Instructor: Drew Lockwood
Grades 6-8
A deeper look at the exciting and innovative opportunities of Robotics! Skill development, planning, and organization as well as creative expression are the goals for this important, life-enriching camp. The unique challenges of robotics teach about sensors, navigation, remote control, maze navigation, team robotic battle, programing and teamwork. The ideas and creativity will be flowing in this engaging, hands-on camp.
7/10/2017 – 7/13/2017 
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Stuffed Creature Workshop
Grades K-5
Taught by Keri Puglisi of EmmaLoops Creative Studio in Huntington, this class will explore hand sewing at each child’s level, whether they are new to sewing or have been sewing for years! Students will create a stuffed animal/creature of their very own design. With each project, students will experiment with cutting, pinning, and hand sewing skills as well as explore different embellishments like buttons and beads and how to best add them to their work. No prior sewing experience needed. This camp will be so much fun!
8/21/2017 – 8/24/2017 This session is full.
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Super Sleuths
Instructor: Robyn Weber
Grades 2-5
Paging young Sherlock Holmeses! This “mysterious” camp will be right up your alley! Campers will learn to listen for and observe clues to complete various mysteries, analyze fingerprints, and even make finger print art. They will crack secret codes and make a Morse code bracelet. The week will culminate with a mystery party where campers have to solve “The Case of the Missing Jewels.” They will receive clues and tasks to accomplish in order to get a clue letter. When the letters are unscrambled, the location of the missing jewels will be revealed. All campers will go home with a “Super Sleuth Kit” including disguise glasses, invisible ink pens, magnifying lenses, and more.
7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017 – This session is full.
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $170.00

Under the Sea Adventures
Instructor: Robyn Weber
Grades 3-5
Ahoy! Get ready to dive into a fantastic, fish-friendly week! Campers will become undersea experts as they explore the ocean and the absolutely amazing creatures who live there. Conduct water experiments, craft adorable octopus, jellyfish, and turtle crafts, participate in activities about “not so scary” sharks, make “an ocean in a bottle” and go home with a mini aquarium that your child designed! There will also be games and activities such as ocean bingo and goldfish cracker challenges.
8/14/2017 – 8/17/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

Woodcrafting – Elementary
Instructor: Drew Lockwood
Grades 3-5
Woodcrafting offers children a chance to learn and work with wood to gain a valuable skill and make exciting projects. Wonderful, handcrafted projects including a birdfeeder, sundial, vase and much more await! Skill development, planning, organization as well as creative expression are the goals in this important, life-enriching camp.
7/24/2017 – 7/27/2017 This session is full.
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $165.00 /After May 1 $180.00

Woodcrafting – Advanced
Instructor: Drew Lockwood
Grades 6-8
Even more hand-on work with wood! Woodcrafting offers children a chance to learn and work with wood to gain a valuable skill and make exciting wooden pieces. More detailed projects will include a Tool/Supply Organizer, Mini Hockey Table, Cell Phone Holder, Spinning Top with Handle Bird feeder, Sundial, Wooden Insect Catcher, Wooden Vase, and Wooden Golf Game. Skills honed include organization and planning as well as creative expression; this may be a hobby your child will enjoy forever.
7/31/2017 – 8/3/2017
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $165.00 /After May 1 $180.00

Young Inventors
Instructor: Allison Matthews
Grades 4-8
Calling all aspiring inventors! Let’s brainstorm fun ideas together! Spend this week making, perfecting, and promoting a unique product of your very own. Being an inventor taps into several essential STEM areas; requiring you to think like an artist, engineer, and scientist. Young Inventors delves into these different subjects while emphasizing imagination, innovation, and out-of-the-box thinking. Campers will gain entrepreneurship, leadership, and marketing skills and have a fantastic time getting creative! You are never too young to become a great inventor.
8/7/2017 – 8/10/2017
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Harborfields High School
Early-Bird $145.00 /After May 1 $160.00

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