Camp EE- Water Exploration Week – July 11-15


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Eco-Discovery Camp

Water Exploration Week for AGES 9-12

July 11-15, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Spend your week exploring Great Hollow’s Quaker Brook! We’ll catch crayfish and other critters, go on stream walks, visit our waterfall, and learn where all of the water comes from and where it will eventually go. We’ll be busy having so much fun that you won’t even realize we’re learning all about the water cycle, watersheds, and the importance of healthy streams.

Topics covered: states of water; water cycle; aquatic ecosystems; aquatic plant and animal adaptations; water pollution; aquatic macroinvertebrates as biological indicators; watersheds; best management practices

Arts and crafts activities: terrariums; water pollution multi-media art; painting with watercolors; tie-dye; homemade ice cream in a bag



Please be aware:

Cancellations/Refunds: Please contact us as soon as you know your child can no longer attend so the space can be made available for other children.

-A full refund will be given if cancellation request is made at least three weeks (21 days or more) prior to the start date of your camp week

-A 50% refund will be given if the cancellation request is made between 14 and 20 days prior to the start of your camp week.

-No refunds will be given if the cancellation request is made less than 14 days prior to the start date of your camp week*.

Full refunds will be issued for a positive COVID-19 test taken within 10 days of the first day of camp. If the camper has already started a week of camp then the refunds will be prorated. Written proof of a positive rapid antigen test, a positive PCR test, or a written note from a physician will be required for refunds. 

In the event we must close due to causes beyond our control, including but not limited to: extreme weather (high heat index, tropical storms/hurricanes, etc.), power outages, fire, epidemics, or government action, refunds will not be issued.


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