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Our summer camp is the perfect way to keep your child engaged and entertained during the summer months. Our STEM summer camp offers a wide range of activities to stimulate creative and critical thinking skills. We provide a fun and safe environment for children to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Through hands-on activities, campers will be able to build, explore, and discover the world around them. 

Canoeing at Hirundo Wildlife Preserve

Summer Camp 2021

Ages & Fees

Level I - Entering 1st or 2nd grade

Full Day: 8:30 AM - 4 PM Monday - Friday

​Fee: $350 per week

Level 2 - Entering 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade

• Full Day: 8:30 AM - 4 PM Monday - Friday

Fee: $350 per week

Drop-off & Pick-up

• Drop off is between 8:30 AM - 9 AM

• Pick-up is between 3:30 PM - 4 PM

* Pop-up Camps will have different fees, age requirements, and schedules. 


Science Dogs of New England visit

Summer Camp 2022

Pop Up Camps

Robotics Factory

Week 1 : June 24-28

-Half Day Camp: Two Sessions

-Session 1: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM

                     Entering Grades 2 or 3
-Session 2: 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM

                      Entering grades 4, 5, 6
-Price: $200


In this camp, you will learn how to design, build, and program robots to compete in challenges! With your robots, you will work to find solutions to real world problems that face cities and towns such as transportation, accessibility, and natural disasters.

Girls Who Code SOLD OUT!
Week 3: July 8-12

-9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

-Entering grades 6-8
-Price: Free

-Location: Cole Museum Foundation, 359 Perry Rd, Bangor, ME 04401 
Coding, sisterhood, bravery - Learn to code through hands-on real-world projects in game design, cybersecurity, data science, web development, and artificial intelligence.

Science is Wild!

Week 9 : August 19-23

-9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

-Entering grades 5-8
-Price: $350

-Location: Caribou Bog Outdoor Center, 153 Taylor Rd, Orono, ME 04473

Science is Wild is a week-long MDM science satellite day camp based on outdoor explorations and investigations supplemented with labs, activities, and guest docents. 


This summer program provides opportunities for kids who love the outdoors to learn about and interact with nature through hands-on, interactive projects and experiences. Campers will learn to be responsible naturalists when surveying pond life, take water samples, map mini habitats, identify invasive and native plants, collect rock samples, and observe wildlife. Visits from outdoor science specialists, researchers, wardens and rangers, and dedicated naturalists round out great summer camp fun every day.

Choose Week 9 during registration for Science is Wild! camp.


Please note, drop off and pick up for this camp are in Orono at the Caribou Bog Outdoor Center. 


Level 1

Entering 1st or 2nd Grade

Week 3 July 8-12
Level 1: Hungry Hungry Scientist

Save room for the science of cooking, baking, and candy making so we can fill your bellies and your brains. Candy and gemology come together in crunchy sugar crystals. How do tiny, hard corn kernels turn into fluffy popcorn? We’ll concoct wobbly desserts, bake a sweet treat with solar power and turn milk good… or bad with chemistry! 



Week 5 July 22-26
Level 1: Ocean Full of Wonders

You won’t  need a scuba suit to meet the wild, wonderful animals and plants that call our oceans home: from slippery jellies to colorful shells, fearsome sharks to glowing corals!  Haul up shipwreck treasure, and be sailor, water farmer, or even a pirate for a day. No walking the plank in this camp, just lots of wet, watery fun.

Week 7 August 4-9
Level 1: Messy Art and Science

Get  messy while creating, exploring and experimenting! Make amazing  art from science: Let the colors spin, the liquids splash, and the crystals grow!  Let chemistry, physics,  and creativity collide while you work and think like budding scientists and express yourself with easy, imaginative art activities.

Week 9 August 19-23
Level 1: Around the World in 5 Days with a Passport to Adventure

Grab your “passports” and explore the far reaching corners of our earth. Experience the sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and games from different cultures. Collect a new stamp on your passport each day as we use our imagination and resources to travel through deserts, across seas, and under canopies of trees. 


Level 2

Entering 3rd, 4th, or 5th Grade

Week 2 July 1-3 (3 day camp)

Level 2: The Great Museum Mystery

Join us for a three day scavenger hunt where we will solve science mysteries and crack secret codes! Using science, art, engineering, and all your wit, help us find the lost treasure of the Maine Discovery Museum. Can we collect all the puzzle pieces, decipher maps, and figure out all the clues before time runs out?

Week 4 July 15-19
Level 2: Magic, Myths, and Monsters… Oh My!

Calling all aspiring archaeologists and magizoologists! Real and imaginary monsters like dragons, phoenixes, and unicorns have been flying around the world and our minds since the beginning of time. While some of these beautiful beasts have origins in nature, others come from lost worlds, ancient cultures, or our imaginations. Join us on a quest through the ages as we encounter some of nature’s most mythical creatures.


Week 6 July 29-August 2
Level 2: Top Chef: Science Edition

Let's throw on our lab coats and safety googles before filling up our shopping carts and our brains! Check off your grocery list of hypotheses, questions, and all the ingredients for the perfect recipe. Candy and chemistry come together in sugar crystal formation and chocolate emulsion. Discover the secrets of vegetable chemistry to make colors. Plant a special garden for future snacking and find out how physics makes corn explode into popcorn. Explore the science behind everyone’s favorite wobbly desert and what chemical reaction turns milk into cheese and algae into gummy candies. Join us for a camp chock-full of delicious and amazing science…Yum!

Week 8 August 12-16
Level 2: Science Squad

Ask how and why the science way!  Do you always experiment, build, and imagine cool contraptions and crazy concoctions? Come and test your theories with our huge collection of amazing, safe lab and science materials! Discover why matter matters and what forces set things in motion! Put on your safety goggles and lab coat to uncover the secrets of dry ice, light beam rainbows, edible acids and smelly gasses. Grow crystals and fungi! Mix slimes and goo and better glue. Make robot grippers and magnet racers. Play with easy, safe and fun liquids, solids and in all things in between! Become part of our science squad and try it the science way! 

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