The Museum of Flight Aerospace Camp Experience (ACE) is a summer day camp for children who are excited about aerospace and aviation! ACE has exciting programs and activities, caring and knowledgeable staff, and a world-class museum to explore. Campers launch rockets, create aircraft, experience microgravity, build robots, and pilot actual airplanes. If your child has an inquiring mind and wants to have fun this summer exploring aerospace and science, ACE is for them! The Aerospace Camp Experience is an American Camp Association (ACA) accredited institution and the recipient of the ACA Gordie Hamilton Award for Excellence in Camping Programming. View our brochure at www.museumofflight.org/ace
Times: Half Day Camps for K-1: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 12:00pm OR 1:00pm – 4:00pm Full Day Camps for K-9: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (Extended Care Available for all camp sessions)
In just two weeks, students experience the discipline of learning lines, songs and dance routines, discover their own individual talents and learn team spirit by working together. It’s hard work but great fun and a wonderful way to spend two weeks in summer!
Workshops are taught by experienced teaching artists with professional and academic backgrounds as performers, choreographers, directors and musicians. The 2015 Admiral Theatre Summer Camp is open to anyone from 4 to 18 years old who is interested in theatre and performing arts. There is no pressure of an audition as enthusiasm and commitment are all that’s needed!
Camp Dates are August 11-22, 2015
4-6 year olds attend from 9am to 1pm
7-18 year olds attend from 9am to 4pm
2015 Summer camp shows to be performed by students
Disney’s Annie Kids!
Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
Franklin is 10 months old, and at one year old Franklin will test for his Therapy Dog Certification. He currently attends obedience school as well as Kitsap Lake Elementary? His goal is to become certificated so he can help staff and students who may be having a difficult time.
Proud parents Scott and Suzanne Wisenburg are delighted to have Franklin join their family. (As is KLE!)
If Franklin is at my desk I notice that people just can't walk by without getting or giving him a pet and greeting! Then they walk away smiling :) He's pretty darn cute!
Thanks to Terri Beliveau for sharing!
Arts-Based Inquiry, Engagement, and Discovery: New Spins on Project-Based Learning for the STEM Classroom
June 29–July 3, 2015 / 8:30am–3:30pm / EMP Museum
Washington Husky Football Season tickets for sale. Seats for the 2015 season - 7 Games, 2 tickets available, Section 110, Row 9.