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Future Genius Virtual Camps

20 Winooski Falls Way
Winooski, VT 05404
802-999-7092

Future Genius virtual leadership camps for Ages 10-14 focus on 21st century sustainability education and stewardship. Through exploration of the U.N. Global Goals for Sustainable Development, including ending poverty, fighting inequality, and tackling climate change, Future Genius activates youth to become agents of change—future leaders and problem-solvers—energized to transform the world. Beta Masters (Video Game Design), Eco Genius (Environmental Studies), Election 2020 (Political Science) and Team Elektra (Digital Arts for Girls) will be held live online in July. Cost is $145. Space is limited.

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Shelburne Museum's LEAP (Learn and Play) Summer Art Camps

Shelburne Museum's LEAP (Learn and Play) Summer Art Camps

Shelburne, VT

Shelburne Museum’s summer camps offer experiences for ages 4-16. Engage your creative side, explore nature and create art inspired by the beautiful grounds of Shelburne Museum. Our exciting, fun hands-on days emphasize the creative process and offer new perspectives on Vermont and American artistic traditions. Camps available in June, July…(more)

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Hosmer Point

Hosmer Point

Craftsbury Common, VT

Hosmer Point is a place campers call “home.” With only 90 campers, and a camper/counselor ratio of 3:1, our small size and emphasis on community builds friendships and respect. Perfect for first-time campers! Children direct their own schedules, fostering self confidence as they choose from activities such as: sculling, sailing,…(more)

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