All Hopkins employees are invited to attend the 2015 Johns Hopkins Summer Camp Discoveries Fair. The number of camps registered to attend is almost double that of previous years! They include:
Baltimore Clayworks Summer Camp Program—Campers will become masters of their craft while exploring building and throwing techniques to create their own inspirational clay masterpieces.
Easter Seals Camp Fairlee—Campers with disabilities experience safe, healthy, and success-oriented recreational opportunities located on 250-acre site of Maryland's Eastern Shore.
For the Love of Food Kids Cook Camp—Participants ages 8 to 16 learn how to have fun in the kitchen, eat healthy, develop or hone their cooking skills, and improve their math and reading skills, all the while expanding their culinary palate.
Irvine Nature Center—More than 40 sessions with trail walks, science experiments, nature games and crafts, and encounters with animals will take place this summer!
SuperKids Camp—Rising second- to fourth-graders in Baltimore City participate in academic reading, math skills reinforcement, cultural artistic experiences, and environmentally focused service learning.
Tuesday, Feb.17, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Turner Concourse (East Baltimore campus)
Meet with local & regional camp representatives to learn about:
• Camps for children ages 4 to 18
• Day and overnight camps
• Camps for individuals with special needs
Attendees will receive the Summer Camp Fair Guide and can enter to win camp discounts and other prizes. For more information and camp planning tools, visit http://www.hopkinsworklife.org/camp-fair or call 443-997-7000.