FREE! Six weeks of educational summer fun at Camp Nawakwa in Biglerville!
Mon-Thurs, 9am-1pm. No camp Fridays or on July 4th.
Bus transportation provided in each school district; pick-up begins at 8 am and drop-off ends at 2 pm.
Open to 4th-8th grade students in these school districts: LASD, CVSD, FASD, BSSD, UASD (also open to the HPMS.)
Contact email@example.com, 717-339-6201
Center For Youth and Community Development – 21st Century program
STEM Camp at Penn State Mont Alto provides incoming 9th and 10th grade students with hands-on practical experience in the fields of engineering, chemistry, DNA profiling, physics, microbiology, and much more.
It is a week of exploration, discovery and fun! The Penn State Extension 4H Robotics Club will host a high-engagement challenge utilizing the latest EV3 Lego Mindstorms. Camp also includes field trips to Penn State Harrisburg’s Central Pennsylvania Research and Teaching Laboratory for Biofuels and Manitowoc in Shady Grove, Pa.
Drop off and pick up at Penn State Mont Alto. Drop off at 9am and pick up at 4pm.
July 8 – 12, 2019
Office of Continuing Education at (717) 749-4117
Penn State Mont Alto, 1 Campus Drive, Mont Alto, PA.
Lincoln Intermediate Unit 12 and York Tech are partnering to give students exposure to real-world opportunities in a state-of-the-art facility with industry professionals!
Students explore careers using hands-on activities in labs.
July 22-26, 9am-3pm.
Courses are offered for grades 3-5 and 6-8 (will be adapted to fit particular grade levels)
Careers explored: Automotive, Commercial Art, Culinary, Engineering, Health Care, Sports Tech, Cosmetology, Manufacturing, Automation, Engines Tech, Video, and STEAM fields.
LIU Career Camp
firstname.lastname@example.org, (717) 624-6509
York County School of Technology, 2179 S. Queen St., York.
A UNIVERSE of Stories! ¡Un UNIVERSO de Historias!
Activities, prizes, performers, STEM, movies, and programs available at library branches in Biglerville, Carroll Valley, East Berlin, Gettysburg, Littlestown and New Oxford.
Online Registration begins May 20th. Activities begin June 1, end August 11th.
Check out packed events calendars at adamslibrary.org/events
Afterschool 21st Century Community Learning Centers offer students a safe, supportive and fun place to grow.
Homework Help/Tutoring, Interactive/Cooperative Activities, Positive Character Development, Academic Enrichment, Environmental Exploration, Career Development Options, and Fitness/Healthy Lifestyle Activities
Students participate with visiting musicians, artists, local craftsmen, and community partners!
Adams County program sites:
Bermudian Springs Elementary
Bermudian Springs Middle School, Grades 5-8
Upper Adams Middle School, Grades 5-8
Fairfield Area Elementary
Fairfield Middle School, Grades 5-8
New Oxford Elementary
Conewago Township Elementary
Conewago Valley Intermediate School, Grades 4-6
New Oxford Middle School, Grades 7-8
Alloway Creek Elementary
Maple Avenue Middle School, Grades 6-8
Monday-Thursday, 3 hours/day beginning at last bell.
Contact Sami Slusser, 717-339-6201, email@example.com
for Adams County sites and other site locations.
(for summer program, click here.)
Gettysburg Area Middle School, Grades 6-8
Lincoln Elementary School, Grades K-5
James Gettys Elementary School, Grades K-5
Franklin Township Elementary School, Grades PK-5
Gettysburg Montessori Charter School, Grades PK-6
Vida Charter School/Escuela Vida Charter, Grades PK-6
St. Francis Xavier Charter School, Grades PK-8
Respective Solutions Group staff work with teachers to revisit school-day lessons while providing homework help, tutoring, and educational enrichment activities.
Components of this 21st Century Community Learning Center program include STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math), nutrition and fitness, positive behavior reinforcement, music and more!
We focus on creating educational, fun and safe environments for students to go after school.
10 Weeks of summer programming included
A 4-H animal club is a club that focuses solely on one specific animal instead of projects. Members without animals are still able to participate in an animal club by completing an animal-less project. Includes: Beef Club, Dairy Beef/Dairy Club, Goat Club, Adams County Horse Club, Poultry Club, Rabbit Club, Sheep Club, Swine Club
Visit the 4-H Animal Club website for full details, or phone Carolyn McGraw, 717-334-6271.
Community Clubs do not focus on one specific project, they offer several different projects members can choose from. There is something for everyone.
Clubs are in New Oxford, Upper Adams, and York Springs
Visit the 4-H Community Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.
Special Interest Clubs
Special Interest clubs focus on one specific project. Includes Craft Club, Dog Club, Seeing Eye Puppy, East Berlin Sharpshooters, Tractor Safety, Veterinarian Science, and Teen Senate Club
Visit the 4-H Special Interest Club website for full details, or phone Trudy Gladhill at 717-334-6271.
Check website for additional opportunities
Adams County 4-H, Penn State Extension
670 Old Harrisburg Road, Suite 204
Halifax, PA (just north of Harrisburg).
Camps offer Archery, Adventure Course, Swimming Pool,STEM Opportunities & more!
June 30 – July 3: Family Camp. Families spend fun-filled days together outdoors (K-12)
June 1 – September 22: Troop Adventure Days. Outdoor challenges and long-lasting memories packed into one spectacular day! Location varies. Check our Event Calendar for additional details and dates
RESIDENT & MINI CAMPS – Embrace camp traditions, develop outdoor skills, build self-confidence, and make friends in a safe, positive outdoor environment.
June 16-21: “CSI” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
June 16 -18: “CSI” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
June 23 – 28: “Wilderness Explorers” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
June 23 – 25: “Wilderness Explorers” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 7 – 12: “Starry Night” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 7 – 9: “Starry Night” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 14 – 19: “Potions and Wands” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 14 – 16: “Potions and Wands” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
July 21 – 26: “Myths and Legends” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 21 – 23: “Myths and Legends” Mini Camp. K-3rd grade.
July 28 – Aug 2: “Animal Adventure” Resident Camp. 2nd-10th grade.
July 28 – 30: “Animal Adventure” Mini Camp. 4-5th grade.
July 14 – July 26: Counselor-in-training. The two-week CIT program is designed for go-getters who want to gain the skills needed to be a successful camp counselor! *Open to girls entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade Fall 2019
For more information contact MemberServices@gshpa.org, 800.692.7816
Visit www.gshpa.org to register online. A $50.00 nonrefundable deposit is required
Earned “Go! Dough” ? Use it towards an amazing camp experience!
Financial Assistance Available! Apply during registration. Applicants are required to pay the deposit and complete the registration process.
Ages 8 – 12. Jun 17 – Jun 21, 8 am – 4pm
Activities in this week-long camp will focus on animal science, gardening, and the environment. We will take field trips to farms and parks, and finish the week with a trip to Lancaster’s Turkey Hill Experience!
$155 due by May 20.
$135 early bird price due by April 16.
Spaces fill quickly! REGISTER HERE
Adams County 4-H
Adams County Agricultural and Natural Resource Center
670 Old Harrisburg Rd., Gettysburg
1-877-345-0691 for registration support
717-334-6271, firstname.lastname@example.org for questions about camp