Each day will be a mix of entertaining instruction and tournament play, including variants. Campers will sometimes be combined, and other times will be grouped by skill level. Camp is open to all school grades regardless of level. Experienced Instructors include Master Tony Nichols, Ray Garrison, Sam Curran and Jack Hauptman. Knowledge Requirement: Each student should know the basic rules of chess. Your child may learn how to play here: https://lichess.org/learn#/
Art Submissions Requested! Be Kind to Animals Week, May 2nd – 8th, is just around the corner, and we need your help!
You are invited to get creative and help us spread the word about being kind to pets in our community. Artwork will be shown in a digital library during Be Kind to Animals Week and throughout the month of May.
The art show provides a great opportunity for participants to really think about what it means to be kind to animals and express their values in a creative way. They’ll have a wonderful time creating art that will be shown with pride for everyone to see!
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the fact that the Art Fair typically attracts thousands of people to the Park, we have decided to once again host the event online to help protect the health and safety of all. Stay tuned for events later this year that will allow us to gather at the Park on a smaller scale!
With over 42 STEM-based courses, we provide engaging summer camps, after school programs & in-school field trips for kids between the ages of 4 and 15. Our mission is to get children excited about science and technology by providing a nurturing and educational environment which allows them to develop the science process skills necessary to become productive citizens for the 21st century! We believe that science was NEVER this much fun!