NH KIDVENTURES HIGHLIGHTED LOCATION: New Hampshire Boat Museum
This summer the New Hampshire Boat Museum is offering a fun-filled week of camp for children. This hands-on, fun adventure will help children discover how the lakes, rivers, and streams of Wolfeboro connect our past with our future.
Campers will participate in crafts, games, and experiments designed to instill an appreciation for our abundant freshwater resources. Students will create a model birch bark canoe and a magical wish boat. Kids can run off their energy with boating-themed relay games. Science enthusiasts will enjoy discovering plants and animals living in our lakes and wetlands. Highlights will include one special off-site visits for each session. Lower elementary students will visit Back Bay with the Back Bay Skippers to learn how to sail model sailboats. Upper elementary students will ride on the New Hampshire Boat Museum’s wooden boat, The Millie B, followed by a tour with the captain of the docked Winni Belle. To conclude our adventure, we will eat a bag lunch onboard the Winnie Belle overlooking the Town Docks.
Lake Discovery Camp will be led by educator Alicia Wingard and a team of dedicated education volunteers. We promise your kids and grandkids will have a blast!
Cost: $15 per day for members' children and grandchildren. $18 per day for not-yet-members' children and grandchildren.
Session 1: Lower Elementary Grades K-2, July 21-22 from 9:00am to 11:30am
Session 2: Upper Elementary Grades 3-6, July 23-25 from 9:00am to noon with Friday the 25th being a full-day field trip.