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Animals • Science • Adventure There is no better place for an animal lover! Camp is home to more than 300 animals including lemurs, llamas, miniature horses, cats & dogs, hedgehogs, wallabies and that’s only a few! There are over 100 hands-on activities campers may choose to do while at camp:

Cub Creek Science & Animal Camp Rolla, Missouri 573-458-2125 CubCreekScienceCamp.com

• Animal Care • Culinary Science • Pottery • Veterinary Medicine • Crime Science • Arts & Crafts • Survival Skills • Ropes Course • Archery Spend just a week making friends and memories that will last a lifetime!

Dallas Zoo Wild Adventures Summer Camps

650 S. R.L. Thornton Frwy., Dallas, TX 75203 469-554-7300 • education@dallaszoo.com dallaszoo.com

June 10–Aug. 9, 2019 | PreK–Grade 12 Don’t let the summer fly by without a Dallas Zoo camp experience! Campers will enjoy animal encounters, games, activities, crafts, tours and more during a variety of weeklong and single-day camps. Visit DallasZoo.com/Education to learn more and register.


Multiple Locations in Dallas Fort Worth Area Colleyville, Coppell, Dallas, Fort Worth, Frisco, Keller, Plano 888-909-2922 • destinationscience.org/dfw

The fun science day camp where curious kids can build their own robot, mix up some magic molecules, take home a magnetic roller coaster, launch into space and become science makers and innovators this summer! Three science stations, 15 science activities plus games, silly songs and all the fun of camp! Enroll in March & Save $30/wk! Enroll in 3 or 4 wks & save another $10/wk!

The Episcopal School of Dallas 4100 Merrell Rd., Dallas, TX 75229 214-353-5854 esdallas.org/summercamp

11110 Midway Rd., Dallas, TX 75229 gsesdallas.org Whitney West, Director of Enrichment 214-357-1610 ext. 283 wwest@gsesdallas.org

1 Nature Place, McKinney, TX 75069 972-562-5566 • info@heardmuseum.org heardmuseum.org/camps


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From soccer to superheroes and everything in between, there’s truly something for everyone ages 3+. Weekly programs starting at $150 offered May–August, 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Camps in Fine Arts, Athletics, Recreation, Academics, STEM and Adventure emphasize learning, but most importantly, making new friends and having fun! Questions? Contact Mike Schneider, Director of Summer Programs at schneiderm@esdallas.org

Good Shepherd Episcopal School’s Summer Program shatters all expectations of summer! We provide students the opportunity to take risks and try unique, fun activities in a safe and nurturing environment! We are excited to bring you classes from May 28–August 2 designed specifically for ages one through eighth grade, offering a special blend of dynamic and academically-rich sessions. Visit our website, gsesdallas.org, soon for class descriptions and registration!

Spending time in nature plays a vital role in child health and development! Register for a Heard Nature Camp and give your child the gift of a connection to nature. Heard Nature Camps and mini-camps feature opportunities to investigate the wonders of nature on our 289-acre sanctuary, encounter animals and more. Specialty camps offer opportunities to create art in nature, learn about animal care, go behind the scenes, and more.


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