Falmouth STEAM Week for Children
Summer 2020

June 29th – July 2nd, 2020
9am -1pm (Tuesday 9am-5pm)

Looking for a fun, educational program for your children for during the summer?

We invite your child to engage their curiosity as the Cape Conservatory, Falmouth Art Center, Falmouth Museums on the Green, Falmouth Public Schools, Northeast Fisheries Science Center, Woods Hole Sea Grant, and Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries, Inc. partner to explore science, technology, art, music, and history.

Program Details

For children ages 9-12*.

Register early! Enrollment is limited.

$175 per student.

Register
For more information, call 508-540-0611.

*Parents/guardians are responsible for transportation to each location with the exception of Tuesday afternoon. Teachers will provide transportation for students from the Art Center to the Historical Society.

A fun, hands-on adventure with some of the Cape’s most fascinating organizations!
Students will spend time with each of the host organizations.

Have you ever thought about all of the different elements that come together, to make the places that we live? At Falmouth STEAM week, we will explore the ways that science, history, engineering, and the arts work together to create our habitats! Each day will be full of hands-on activities, encounters with fascinating environments, and plenty of social and recreation time!

2020 Schedule

Monday: Bourne Farm
Bourne Farm is a 1775 historic farm with over 50 acres of natural woodlands, trails, fields and a pond.

Tuesday morning: Falmouth Art Center

Tuesday afternoon: Falmouth Historical Society and Museums on the Green

Wednesday: Cape Conservatory

Thursday: NOAA/WHOI Woods Hole Sea Grant

Guided by teachers and local experts, your child will embark on a hands-on adventure!

Participating faculty:
Corine Adams, Grace Simpkins, Julie Duffany, Danielle Velesig, and others.

Our organization does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, disability, religion, national origin, or sexual orientation.