Wednesday, May 6th, 2015

Science Camp, July 19-24

Exploring the Fault Scarp, Science Camp 2014 Exploring the Fault Scarp, Science Camp 2014 Doug Bates

Kids! Science Camp is coming. This year the dates will be July 19 – 24. Bring your curiosity, your scientific method, and your sunblock. Monday – Friday half the day will be spent learning from the 4 scientists: geologist / hydrologist; plant and animal specialist at the ranch; biologist; and bat specialist. The other half will be day-camp type experiences for discovery, fun, and relationship building with the organizer of the science camp. Normal hours will be from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., except for a bat tour one evening and star gazing with the astronomer with the telescope one evening.

There is a registration fee of $50, which will be returned on Friday. OLT is not trying to make money on this, but we do want to know for sure who is coming, and we want to know that participants will be there for the whole event. Families will need to make normal arrangements for camping or lodging. You can download a registration form below or phone the office with your information.

Kids Science Camp - Robin Rosenberg Kids Science Camp - Robin Rosenberg Making Cheese, Science Camp 2015 - Robin Rosenberg Kids Science Camp - Robin Rosenberg Valley View's Hydrogeology at Science Camp 2014 - Ruby Le Cuyer Exploring the Fault Scarp at Science Camp 2014 - Doug Bates Summer Science Camp 2013 - Underwater Exploration - Doug Bates

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