VLM summer camps – explore nature and space

Kids explore nature and space in weeklong camps at the Virginia Living Museum

Meet live animals. Learn about creatures of confusion or tour the solar system. Discover animal stories or debunk urban myths. All these experiences and much more await children who attend weeklong summer programs offered by the Virginia Living Museum in Newport News.

Half-day sessions are offered for four-year-olds through grade 5. Each program is filled with crafts, live, touchable animals, exploration of the museum and other hands-on learning experiences.

Call 757-595-9135 for further information or to register. Spaces are limited. Call Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. or register online at www.thevlm.org.


The morning session is from 9:30 a.m. to noon. A few afternoon sessions are offered from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Weeklong sessions begin May 25and end Aug. 21. Cost is $125 per child or $98 for museum members.

Four and five-year-olds can meet creatures of confusion or explore nature’s changes. Students who have completed kindergarten or grade 1 can explore animal habitats, cosmic questions or take a trip through space. Students who have completed second or third grade can explore science careers, the solar system or animal stories, while students who have completed fourth or fifth grade can explore science myth-teries.

The museum is located at 524 J. Clyde Morris Blvd., Newport News, I64, exit 258A.

For more information call 757-595-9135 or visit the web site at thevlm.org.

VLM summer camps – explore nature and space



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