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Camp-In

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2015 Registration is Open!

Camp-In is a program for Girl Scout third-grade Brownies and/or Juniors; Cub Scout Bears and/or Webelos; or any organized School or Youth Group in 3rd-5th grade. See downloadable registration forms and rosters at link on right. Be sure to download the appropriate registration form and roster for your group.

What is Camp-In?

Camp-In combines an indoor, overnight adventure with exciting, interactive science education. Camp-In includes IMAX and Planetarium shows, three hands-on science workshops, time to explore many of the museum’s interactive exhibits, and limited time to shop in the store. Camp-In also includes an evening snack, a light breakfast, and a participation patch. Check-In begins at 5:15 PM and the program ends after IMAX in the morning at 9:00 AM.

See links at right for Information Sheet and Workshop Descriptions.

Camp-In Highlights:

  • Hands-on Science Workshops
  • Planetarium Show and IMAX movie included
  • Special access to the Science Center and Science Store
  • A chance to spend the night in the museum

When is Camp-In Available?

Camp-In events run on Friday and Saturday nights, January-mid-May, with specific nights reserved exclusively for either girl scouts, cub scouts, or school/youth groups. Be sure to check the Calendar link at right to see if the date you want is still available. All dates have openings unless you see the word “FULL” or “CANCELLED” next to a date.

Volunteering for Camp-In

We are currently looking for reliable Volunteers for Camp-In. Please contact the Camp-In Volunteer Coordinator at 410-545-5965 or email cfirehock@marylandsciencecenter.org for more information or to request a Camp-In Volunteer application.

Questions?

If you have general questions about Camp-In, please check the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) link at right. If you cannot find your answer there, don’t hesitate to contact the Camp-In Programs Supervisor at any time during the year at 410-545-5955 or email dbellomo@marylandsciencecenter.org.