The United Way of Franklin County is excited to release our line up of S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math) Summer Day Camps that are completely free to students! All camps will be held at the Carnegie Building at 501 South Main, Ottawa unless otherwise noted. Thank you once again, Ottawa Community Arts Council, for donating the space for these vital programs in our community! Call Leigh at 785-418-2015 to register your student(s). Would you like to volunteer to help at our camps? Looking for students 12 years + and adults! Give back to your community! Call Leigh to set up an interview and orientation!
Tuesday-Friday, June 1-4 Let’s Get To Work! — Presentations with hands-on activities from some of our city and county departments. Ottawa Police and Fire will be some of our presenters! 10 am-noon for students ages 5-10 years old. 1 pm-3pm for students ages 11+.
Tuesday-Friday, June 15-18 Tinker Camp! — Engineering/building challenges each day for ages 5-10 years old. First camp is full from 10 am to 12 pm. Currently taking registrations for the same camp and ages for 1-3 pm the same day. Call Leigh to express interest for older students.
Tuesday-Friday, June 22-25 Lego Robotics Camp — Ages 7-11 preferred. 10 am-noon. 12 projects in learning to build and code a robot.
Thursday, July 8, 10 am- 3 pm Physics Experiments — Ages 5-11 Bring a sack lunch and water bottle.
Friday, July 9, 10 am-3 pm Science Experiments — Ages 5-11 Bring a sack lunch and water bottle.
Tuesday-Friday, July 13-16 Computer Coding Ages 5-11 Off screen challenges. 10 am – 12 pm.
Tuesday-Friday, July 20-23 Craft Camp — Ages 5-10 One project each day. 10 am-12 pm. Ages 11+ same curricula, same days. 1-3 pm
Tuesday-Friday, July 27-30 Painting Camp — Ages 5-10 One project each day. 10 am-12 pm. Ages 11+ from 1-3 pm.
All students must be registered to come.