Museum Adventure Weeks to Return to Everhart this Summer Members News April 28, 2021 Museum Adventure Weeks are back this summer at the Everhart Museum. Three (3) sessions of summer camp are planned with two unique options for young explorers, both encouraging learning, exploration, and discovery. Adventures in the Museum campers will have the opportunity to explore the indoor and outdoor environments at Nay Aug Park while participating in socially distanced activities when in the museum. Adventures at Home is a week-long adventure toolkit, including allmaterials for campers to explore the museum collection from home. Adventures at Home include the option to participate in LIVE virtual classes, tours, and activities with Museum staff on designated virtual weeks. The Museum uses Google Classroom for all virtual participation. WHAT: Museum Adventure WeeksWHEN: June 21st-July 30thGRADES: Kindergarten through 6thCOST: Adventure in the Museum: $180 member, $200 non-memberAdventure at Home: $40 member, $45 non-memberRegistration; Opens on May 3rd Museum Adventure Weeks center on the creative exploration of the Everhart Museum collection and the Nay Aug Park environment. Each week, campers will experience a new topic or theme that uses both art and science in a hands-on, multi-modal approach to learning. Instructors will use visual thinking strategies and inquiry-based learning to talk about art and art objects from around the globe. WEEK 1: NATURE WEEK“LENNY’S FIRST FLIGHT”Adventure at Home Dates: June 21st-25thAdventure in the Museum Dates: June 28th-July 2nd WEEK 2: ART WEEK“THE LAND AROUND US”Adventure at Home Dates: July 5th-9thAdventure in the Museum Dates: July 12th-16th WEEK 3: MYSTERY WEEK“THE DIGS!”Adventure at Home Dates: July 19th-23rdAdventure in the Museum Dates: July 26th-30th To learn more about Museums Adventure Weeks or to register, parents and guardians are encouraged to visit Summer at the Everhart on the Museum’s websitehttps://everhart-museum.org/museum-adventure-summer-program/ or email@example.com. Museum Adventure Week is funded in part by Arts Engage!, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC), the Overlook Estate Foundation, and the Maslow Family Foundation.