Vail library offers science camp
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL, Colorado – Science teacher Caron Crevling will teach a week-long camp for children ages 9-11 at the Vail Public Library. The camp is being offered for 2 1/2 hours a day, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., for the week of July 27-31. The camp is called “All About Energy” and Crevling will be exploring many characteristics and forms of energy with her students.
“We are happy to offer this educational opportunity to families at no cost,” said Lori Ann Barnes, town librarian. “The Vail Public Library Summer Science Camp is intended to encourage reading and to help children in our area to get the most out of their summer.”
“This class is for kids to discover things about energy that they never knew,” Crevling said. “We will explore various questions each day, such as what is energy, how can we control it, how can we conserve it, how do our bodies use it, and how can we make the most out of it.”
Space is limited in the camp, and parents can pre-register children ages 9-12 by calling 970-479-2179.