Camp Curious, which launched virtually at the beginning of the summer, provides hands-on, screen-free activities centered around science, history and culture. Children living at DABSJ and the Kids First Emergency Shelter can choose between one-day or three-day camps with several different themes, including Slimy Science, Fossil Hunters, Young Wizards Academy and more.
Rob Schuitema, director of public programs at GRPM, said campers have already thrived with the virtual format, and the museum is excited to make the program available to more students.
To learn more about Virtual Camp Curious, visit grpm.org/campcurious.
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