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Camp DCL

Spring Break Camps

March 15-19

Kids ages 5-10 can have a blast at our spring break camps, March 15-19! Choose from half-day camps or a full-day camp (at one location, at a 10% discount) at our Lone Tree and Parker libraries. Snacks are provided at each camp, and full-day campers must bring a nut-free lunch each day.

Lone Tree

Lone Tree

Fizz Boom Bang Science Academy

Ages 5-10, 9AM-12:30PM, $180

Don your lab goggles for tons of fun in this explosive chemistry camp. The Gator in the Bottle will visit camp throughout the week to help build science skills. Campers will work to solve the mystery of the growing glove using the scientific method, go hunting for science, catch a rainbow in a test tube, and trap the foaming monster. Our Junior Boom Institute of Higher Reactions will make spring break a blast! Facilitated by professionals from Science Matters.

Superhero LEGO Camp

Ages 5-10, 1-4:30PM, $180

To the Batcave, LEGO fans! Campers will design their own superhero, create their own adventure, and build the cool new superhero sets. You’ll have a blast creating your own fantasy world of superheroes. What kind of superpowers do you have? Facilitated by professionals from Snapology.

Lone Tree Full-Day Camp

Ages 5-10, 9AM-4:30PM, $324

From the lab to the Batcave, campers will experience all kinds of fun! Each morning we’ll set out on explosive chemistry adventures and work to solve science mysteries and build skills. Then we’ll retreat to the Batcave each afternoon to design a world of superheroes and build cool superhero sets. Have a blast with us! Bring your own nut-free lunch daily. Facilitated by professionals from Science Matters and Snapology.
Parker

Parker

The Breakfast Club Cooking Camp

Ages 5-10, 9AM-12:30PM, $180

Rise, shine, and cook up some morning fun with us during spring break! Campers will whip up new breakfast recipes each morning, from eggs to pancakes to granola. On the menu: Upside Down Pineapple Pancakes with kid-made Brown Sugar Butter and Pineapple Slushies, as well as Orange Carrot Polenta Zeppole Doughnuts with chocolate glaze plus Candied Carrots and Kid Lattes. We’ll also create cool-inary take-home food crafts throughout the week. Cook up some awesomely tasty recipes with us! Facilitated by professionals from Sticky Fingers.

Outrageous Invention Science Convention

Ages 5-10, 1-4:30PM, $180

Calling all inventors and engineers! Each day, campers will show off their crazy skills in the Engineering X Challenge, a series of team and individual challenges that apply creativity and engineering skills. Over the week, we’ll work together as a team to build a deluxe El Bram RG Machine, then we’ll run the machines at the end of the week to see which works the best. Bring your hammer to enter the Convention of Inventors and Engineers just like you. Facilitated by professionals from Science Matters.

Parker Full-Day Camp

Ages 5-10, 9AM-4:30PM, $324

Campers will don their aprons and caps each morning to cook up tasty recipes and create take-home food crafts throughout the week. Then we’ll switch gears each afternoon to show off our crazy engineering skills and work together to build a deluxe EI Bram RG machine. Rise, shine and create with us! Bring your own nut-free lunch daily. Facilitated by professionals from Sticky Fingers and Science Matters.
Spring Break Camps begin March 15!

A limited number of Camp DCL scholarships are available from the Douglas County Libraries Foundation for qualified applicants.