STEM Programs

Robot Academy

Ages 7 to 12

$465 Discounted for residents
$485 Regular fee for non-residents

Join us for a week of Robot Academy! We’ll learn about:

  • The many uses of robots around the world
  • Basic robotics and the science of circuits
  • Basic coding concepts and engineering principles

Each Robot Engineer will their build their very own working OWI Ozkar Vacuum Robot to take home! Camp will provide a great mix of fun and education as we strive to create a positive, supportive learning environment where kids feel comfortable working in groups and are encouraged to learn new things. Please pack a peanutfree lunch and snack, and a water/drink for your child.

July 18 to July 22, 9:00am–4:00pm
Fenton Community & Cultural Center

Eureka Inventors Camp

Ages 5 to 12

$309 Discounted for residents
$329 Regular fee for non-residents

Inspire the inventor and scientist in you! Campers will overcome a series of challenges using basic materials, simple machines, tips from famous inventors and the most important of all—- their mind! With a little bit of ingenuity children will create catapults and forts, and even construct their own working Light Sabers to take home!! While Thomas Edison said “invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration”, this camp is 100% FUN!

July 25 to July 29, 1:00–5:00pm
Class held at the Fenton Community & Cultural Center

Digging Dinos & More

Ages 4 to 10

$299 Discounted for residents
$320 Regular fee for non-residents

Take a trip to the past, dig for dinosaur bones and make your very own dinosaur tooth, dinosaur fossil, stegosaurus skeleton and more! You’ll also explore the world of days past, investigate the secrets of the Earth, go on a rock hunt and search for hidden treasures!

July 25 to July 29, 9:00am-12:00pm
Fenton Community & Cultural Center

Mad Science NASA Academy
of Future Space Explorers

Ages 5 to 12

$309 Discounted for residents
$329 Regular fee for non-residents

Mad Science has teamed up with NASA in a quest for exploration! We’ll take a voyage of discovery into the atmosphere and beyond as we explore planets, moons, and other space phenomena in our solar system. Things will heat up as we examine the sun and other stars and discover the difficulties of space travel! Kids will get a firsthand experience of the challenges of living in space as they try assemble a satellite while training to be an astronaut.

For added fun, we’ll learn about the various technologies that make space exploration possible while bouncing lasers around the room! Kids will love to build their own Mad Science rocket, and participate in a real “NASA” style rocket launch. Campers will receive many cool NASA take homes, including a cosmic disc, a propulsion station, and more! Mad Science is the ONLY organization licensed by NASA to use these activities for summer camps and school programs.

August 1 to August 5, 9:00am–1:00pm
Fenton Community & Cultural Center


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