SUMMER CAMPS 2022
Our 39th anniversary season offers five separate sessions: two in Marine Biology, one in Bird Identification and two sessions of Archaeology and Native American Culture. Our camps offer "hands-on science" where campers hold actual items such as whale baleen, mounted birds, or actual ancient Native artifacts. The camps are open to students age 6-14 and run Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM to 1 PM. The camps take place at the Gulf Pond Museum at 138 Shadyside Lane or the Tri-Beach Center. Campers 13 and above are called camper/counselors.
MARINE BIOLOGY: June 20-24 at Tri-Beach Center
MARINE BIOLOGY/ART June 27-July 1 Tri-Beach Center
BIRD IDENTIFICATION: July 12-15 at Gulf Pond Museum
ARCHAEOLOGY/NATIVE CULTURE A July 18-22 Museum
ARCHAEOLOGY/NATIVE CULTURE B July 25-29 Museum
Director Tim Chaucer and staff are available for speaking engagements and other programs for both children and adults. Contact him at the email address or telephone numbers below.
CONTACT US FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
(203) 874-4000 (203) 988-0918
|People of the Wepawaug|
|Marine Biology photos|
|Bird Identification photos|