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Category Archives: Vacation Programs
- Empow Studios: February Vacation Camp
- BioBuilder Advanced Bio-Engineering Bootcamp, Apr. 21-24
- Robotics & Stop-Motion Animation Workshops, Mar. 23-27
- iCode Camps for Summer and School Vacations, Ages 5-10 and 11+
- Code Ninjas (Wellesley) Events in February
- iCode: One-Day Minecraft Camp, Jan. 20
- iCode Holiday Camp, Dec. 23, 24, 26, 27, 30
- Tufts CEEO Workshop: Engineering of Sports, Grades 3-5, Apr. 16-19
- Code Ninjas: Programs and Events in Wellesley
- Museum of Science: February School Vacation Events
BioBuilder Learning Lab is hosting its Advanced Bio-Engineering Bootcamp over spring vacation, April 21-24, 9AM-4PM for Grades 9-12 at Lab Central (700 Main Street, Cambridge). Students should already have a working knowledge of DNA as the coding language of cells and some understanding of cells and cell function. Familiarity with a laboratory environment is helpful but not required. The cost is $600. Register here. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kim Fogarty — Newton resident, local teacher, and makerspace educator — will run two workshops March 23-27 at the Staples Spotlight Space (163 Highland Ave., Needham):
- Robotics: Grades 1-4, 9AM-Noon, March 23-27. $250.
- Stop-Motion Animation: Grades 2-5, 1PM-4PM, March 23-27.
All tools and materials will be provided. For more information, email Kim at email@example.com.
Code Ninjas (161 Linden Street in Wellesley) will host the following events in February:
iCode (73 Central Street in Wellesley) will offer one-day Minecraft camp on January 20, 8:30AM-3:30PM. It will include gaming, coding, modding, and an introduction to the Augmented Reality version of Minecraft. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information, call 781-291-3131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
iCode of Wellesley will offer half-day and full-day camps during December school vacation: December 23, 24, 26, 27, and 30. Camps include Robotics, Digital Arts & Media, Game Design, VR, Science Experiments, Electronics, Drones & Girls-Only. Pre-register here. For more information, email email@example.com or call 781-291-3131.
Code Ninjas (161 Linden Street in Wellesley) will host these programs and events:
- Code Ninjas Open House, Sunday, March 17, 2:30-3:30PM
- Hack-A-Thon, Saturday, March 23, 1-4:30PM, free for kids ages 7-14 with some Scratch experience
- Spring Break Coding Camp, April 15-19
- Kids Night Out: May the 4th Be With You, Saturday, May 4, 5-8PM
For more information, contact Annie Duong at 781-591-2413 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the February school vacation, Boston’s Museum of Science invites you see its planetarium show (tickets required) — Destination Mars: The New Frontier, narrated by Dr. Mae Johnson, the first Afro-American woman in space — and to visit its new exhibits (Wild Kratts: Ocean Adventure, Nature’s Superheros: Life at the Limits) and these special events during the week (included with paid admission to the museum):
- Mount Everest Climbing & Rescuing: February 19, 12:30PM
- Quasars to the Rescue!: February 23, 12:30PM
- Design Challenges Drop-in Activity: Daily at 10AM and 1:30PM
- Afternoon Report: CRISPR and the Genetic Revolution: Daily at 2:30PM