STEAM Power Day Camps 2022
It’s full STEAM ahead at the Huron County Museum this summer as we welcome back in-person summer Day Camps!
Campers will enjoy hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts and math activities with an interactive focus on our local stories and heritage. STEAM Power Camps are for kids ages 5-10 and feature three different themed weeks throughout the summer:
- Tinkerer, Curator, Artist, Spy, July 11-15, 2022
- Eco Action, July 25-29, 2022
- World Famous, Aug. 8-12, 2022
Each day starts at the Huron County Museum (110 North St., Goderich) at 9 a.m. Drop off available from 8:30. Pick up times are between 4:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the museum. Activities may happen at the Huron Historic Gaol (181 Victoria St. N).
The cost for each week is $135 per camper (or $115 for Museum Members).
To register, complete the registration form and email to email@example.com or print and drop off completed form to the Museum during regular hours of operation. Payment-in-full can be made in advance at the Museum front desk or at first morning drop off.
Tinkerer, Curator, Artist, Spy (FULL-NO SPACES REMAINING)
July 11-15, 2022
Make, build and go behind-the-scenes at the Huron County Museum! Find out how museum curators use secret codes and go close-up in the Forgotten exhibit to find out why photographers were both artists and scientists. Create a mini-exhibit, design a disguise, invent a machine, solve a mystery, and check out the strangest, weirdest, most unbelievable artifacts from the museum’s collection.
Eco Action (FULL, NO SPACES REMAINING)
July 25-29, 2022
Get active to discover more about our natural environment in the past, present and future and how to protect it! Imagine the neighbourhood of the future, try sustainable technologies from the past, and decide how you will be a steward of the land and water today. Build and invent with upcycled materials and get your hands (a little bit) dirty gardening.
World Famous (FULL-No spaces remaining)
Aug. 8-12, 2022
Be a globetrotter & travel the world (and through time)! Imagine your own international travels, explore cultures from around the globe close-to-home, plan for a journey by plane, train, automobile, boat or animal, and find out why people in the past have moved to Huron County. Discover what makes Huron County known around the world: from our famous faces, to the special things made and grown and found here — including the world’s largest salt mine.