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Summer Camps

Camp Emergency Medical Technician (9 Hours) Ages 12–15

This camp is for teens interested in becoming a Paramedic. In three days, you will experience a variety of scenarios in the life of Emergency Medical Professionals. Some of the topics will include obtaining your CPR certification, patient assessment, communications, and much more.

Instructor: Cook
Avery 828.733.5883

Hula Hoop and Dance Camp (10 Hours) Ages 6-11

Have fun, meet new friends, get moving, and learn some cool hula hoop and dance moves during this interactive camp.

6/6–8/8, T, 11:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Jacobsen
Yancey 828.682.7315

Fun with Fusing—Fused Glass Kids Camps (8 Hours) Ages 8–14

Have fun while creating unique one-of-a-kind pieces that you can proudly display or give as gifts. Students will complete 4 different fused glass projects over the course of the 4 weeks. They will learn nipping and cutting of glass, as well as the fusing process and safety of glass handling. The first 3 projects will be available during the following weeks' class and the final project will be available for pick up one week after camp ends.

7/5–7/26, W, 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Taylor
Yancey 828.682.7315

CSI for a Day (3 Hours) Ages 8–12

Students will be introduced to the world of forensic science and criminal investigations. Learn the importance of collecting evidence using scientific principals and hands-on techniques.
Students will conduct experiments dealing with DNA, fingerprinting, impressions, casting, and crime scene analysis.

7/18, T, 9:00 am.–12:00 p.m.
$25 plus $5 supply fee
Instructor: Ledford
Yancey 828.682.7315

Summer Camps | Earth to Sky Park

Ecology, Geology, and Navigation (9 Hours) Ages 6-11

Spend three mornings at the Earth to Sky Park conducting ecological and geological explorations of the Park. Go on a scavenger hunt for different plant and animal species, learn how to track animals, identify rocks and minerals, navigate with and without a compass and go on a treasure hunt using skills that you learn! Campers will need to wear appropriate hiking clothes and closed toe shoes, bring a water bottle, and sunscreen. A mid-morning snack will be provided.

7/5–7/7, WThF, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Instructor: Lanning
Yancey/ESP 828.682.7315

Junior Space Ranger Camp (12 Hours) Ages 6–11

Junior Space Rangers will craft upcycled rocket filled jet packs, cardboard space shuttles and space helmets to explore the solar system in the Arthur Planetarium and Earth to Sky Park classroom. Jr. Space Rangers will watch kid friendly STEAM programming in the Planetarium and learn about space travel, the moon, planets, and the cosmos. A special treat of astronaut ice cream will be served on the last day. Campers need to wear closed toe shoes and bring a water bottle. A mid-morning snack will be provided.

7/18–7/21, TWThF, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
Instructors: Belt-Clark & Silvers
Yancey/ESP 828.682.7315


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