GASP: Registration Now Open For Air Adventures Summer Camp In Pittsburgh
The Group Against Smog and Pollution is now accepting registrations for its student summer camp Air Adventures in Pittsburgh to be held from June 17 to 21.
This STEAM-based day camp will allow campers aged 9-11 to use their creative and logical sides as they learn about the history, health effects, and future of air pollution in the Pittsburgh region.
Camp includes field trips, use of the latest air quality tech, and guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds. To keep things fun and exciting, we’ve also teamed up with City of Play, to design activities specifically for this camp.
By the end of the week campers will have completed various stewardship projects, so that they leave camp knowing that they’ve already done something to improve the air around them.
The Camp has 20 open spots, ensuring a high teacher-to-student ratio that will give your child a chance to thrive. Campers are expected to bring a lunch.
The $150 fee includes all camp activities and field trips. Scholarships available to those in need of financial assistance.
The Camp will be held at the Environmental Charter School, 829 Milton Street in Pittsburgh.
Click Here to register or for more information. Questions should be direct to Chelsea Hilty, GASP's Education and Events Coordinator, by sending email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 412-924-0604 ext 207.
For more information on programs, initiatives and other upcoming events, visit the Group Against Smog and Pollution website.
[Posted: Feb. 18, 2019]
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