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Summer Fun @ the Everhart Museum!

Check out the summer fun at the Everhart!
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Spend the summer @ the Everhart Museum!

 
Now's the time to plan summer fun for our youngest friends at the Everhart Museum! We will be hosting a variety of day camps and fun activities for Pre-K through middle school throughout the summer months. Continue reading below to learn about the schedules for Arts Alive Junior, Bird & Shark Weeks, and Early Explorers.

We hope to see you soon! For information on any of our Summer Programs, please call the museum at 570-346-7186 or email us!

The staff of the Everhart Museum.
Birds of a Feather 
Museum Adventure Week
 
June 23-27, 2014 
Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
 
suitable for children
entering grades K-6
Join the Everhart Explorers for a week-long adventure of exploring Nay Aug Park and the museum's collection of feathery friends! Students will learn about birds through music, art and science-based activities!

 

Fee Per Child

$100/Museum members

$125/non-members
All discounts based on Family Level membership and above.

 

The cost of Museum Adventure Week is partially underwritten by a grant from the Maslow Family Foundation and we appreciate their ongoing support of the Everhart Museum. 

 

In partnership with the Scranton School District and ARAMARK Food Services, the Everhart Museum will be providing FREE breakfast and FREE lunch to ALL students as part of the "Summer Feeding Program."

 

 

 

Arts Alive Junior
day camp for grades K-4
in partnership with NEIU 19

 

July 7-30, 2014 
Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
The Everhart Museum is hosting NEIU Arts Alive Junior for students entering grades kindergarten through 4th grade. Interested participants may apply by emailing jmaros@iu19.org or by calling Jolene Maros at NEIU 19 at 570-876-9231.   Additional information is listed on the Arts in Education on the NEIU website. 
 
 

 In partnership with the Scranton School District and ARAMARK Food Services, the Everhart Museum will be providing FREE breakfast and FREE lunch to ALL students as part of the "Summer Feeding Program."

 

 

Sharks!
Museum Adventure Week

 

August 4-8, 2014 
Monday-Friday
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
suitable for children
entering grades K-6

Join the Everhart Explorers for a week-long adventure of exploring "Sharks!" tin the museums exhibits & collections. Students will learn about sharks through music, art and science-based activities!
 

Fee Per Child

$100/Museum members

$125/non-members
All discounts based on Family Level membership and above.


The cost of Museum Adventure Week is partially underwritten by a grant from the Maslow Family Foundation and we appreciate their ongoing support of the Everhart Museum.   

 

In partnership with the Scranton School District and ARAMARK Food Services, the Everhart Museum will be providing FREE breakfast and FREE lunch to ALL students as part of the "Summer Feeding Program."

 

 

Summertime Early Explorers

begins June 9, 2014

 

Join the Everhart Museum, the Lackawanna County Children's Library, and area artists for museum-based whole-child learning in literature, the arts and natural sciences. This program is suitable for Pre-K children (age 3-5). Class is held Mondays from 1:00-1:45 pm or 2:15-3:00 pm. Pre-registration is required.

 

Everhart Museum Family Members receive FREE admission to Early Explorers for a full year! Memberships may be purchased at anytime and you can click here to learn more about membership!The cost for non-members is $25/child for 10 classes; siblings are $15/child.

 

Please note that registration for Early Explorers is First Come, First Served and space is very limited. To register your child, please call Stefanie Colarusso, Director of Interpretive Programs at 570-346-7186 ext 516.

About the Everhart Museum

Founded in 1908 and located in Scranton's historic Nay Aug Park, the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art is the largest general museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania. For over 100 years, the Museum has delighted the region with an ever changing selection of exhibits and programs. General support for the Museum is received from the Lackawanna County Office of Arts & Culture, the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, and the City of Scranton. 
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