Are your children ready for an adventure? Summer Explorers offers two week-long sessions filled with hands-on activities, games, field-trips, and more! Children ages 7 through 11 will be given the opportunity to explore a variety of topics that pertain to Temecula History—including natural history, Native American culture, and Mission history. Campers will have the chance to make their own Native American baskets, pan for gold, make their own fossils, and even take a trip to the Maritime Museum of San Diego! There is so much in store this summer for our Explorers! Keep your children’s curiosity and creativity engaged this summer and enroll them in Temecula Valley Museum’s Summer Explorers!
Sessions run from 9AM to 4PM, Monday through Friday. Campers should bring a lunch to camp each day. Snacks and water provided. To register for either week, visit tcsd.cityoftemecula.org and search for the classes using the information below:
Camp #1 – Exploring Natural History & Native American Heritage 2100.201 – Jul 11-Jul 15
Camp #2 – Exploring New World Influences & Pioneer Life 2100.202 – Jul 18-Jul 22
For more information on this program or for help registering, please call the Temecula Valley Museum at 951-694-6450, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.