February Vacation Camp!

Monday February 19

9:00 AM  –  12:00 PM

Spark your curiosity, challenge your senses and, of course, play with new friends at the Children's Museum & Theatre of Maine's February Vacation Camp! Each day offers a different theme, but the one thing you'll do for sure is...PLAY! 

Get a sneak peek behind the scenes and explore before the Museum & Theatre is open to the public. Thrive with a small group; we keep our camp size small so campers get the attention they need and deserve. Designed for ages 5-8. Snacks are provided.

Monday: Space Day Blast off into a morning of space adventures! Gaze up at the stars in our mini planetarium, try moving like you're on the moon, and stretch your acting muscles by becoming some wacky aliens! We will also work together to create our own space creatures to bring home. 

Tuesday: Summer Bubble Play Day Can you make bubbles as big as your body? Come find out! Bubble fun abounds as we make bubble art, play bubble games and step in a giant bubble. Make a unique bubble wand to take home.

Wednesday: Summer Art Day Come for a morning full of hands-on messy art. We'll start our morning off playing on the Museum & Theatre's lobster boat and gaining inspiration from the Tide Pool Touch Tank, then design and paint your own lobster buoy to take home.

Thursday: Theatre Day Get a backstage tour of our Main Stage production, James and the Giant Peach. Play improvisational games with the actors, learn some tongue twisters, and sit with your friends to watch the show (with popcorn of course!)

Friday: Science in the Sun Day Bead UV color changing necklaces and key chains, use the science of heat to cook melty campfire 'smores, and learn about seasonal animal adaptations before attending a Sparks' Ark Live Animal Show.

$210 for all five days (Museum & Theatre members receive 10% off). Click here to sign up for the first time and receive your discount or click 'Sign in' at the top of this screen if you've already signed up. Early registration is encouraged.

$210.00
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