‘Science that Sticks’ Summer Camp

Looking for a summer camp for your littlest scientists? Don’t miss our ‘Science that Sticks’ Camp designed for children ages 4 to 6.

  • Each camp runs Monday – Friday from 9:30 – 11:30 am or 1-3pm. Cost is $135 for each 5-day session.
  • Camp registration is first-come, first-serve, so sign up as soon as you can!
  • Payment is due at time of registration.
  • Volunteer opportunities for those aged 16 and above will be available.
  • If you have any questions about the camps, please contact Rachel Cahill, STEM Educator at 717.509.6363 X105. Or via email at
  • Dates, camp topics and pricing is subject to change.

Sign up for ‘Science that Sticks’ Summer Camp Today! 

June ‘Science that Sticks’ Camp

Kitchen Scientists
June 4-8, 9:30-11:30am
For children ages 4-6
Camp Description: Some of the greatest scientists started in Mom’s kitchen making some really great messes! We invite you to bring out your inner scientist by diving into Kitchen Science and we will clean up the mess.  Take this opportunity to make mixtures that bubble and boil with no added heat… or mix two liquids to create a solid!  Explore kitchen chemistry at its very best when you’re making a mess.
Instructed by STEM Educator Rachel Cahill
STEM Explorers
June 4-8, 1-3pm
For children ages 4-6
Camp Description: Put on some BIG shoes and walk the path of some of our most inventive scientists as we try out a variety of STEM. Campers will make a light bulb light up with no electricity, create a waterfall of color with gravity falls, make some trash into something new and play hide and seek with some creatures from nature.
Instructed by STEM Educator Rachel Cahill

August ‘Science that Sticks’ Camp

Extreme STEM Art
August 20-24, 9:30-11:30am
For children ages 4-6
Camp Description: Take a little chemistry, add a touch of physics, throw in a splash of color, and you have Extreme STEM Art. Campers will create vibrant color mixtures, make Melted Rainbows, sculpt out of sugar crystals and animate stick figures- all while doing art! Sounds crazy, but you’ve got to try it to believe it.
Instructed by STEM Educator Rachel Cahill

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