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Camp Pan Afrikan: Juneteenth Week
June 10 @ 8:00 am - June 14 @ 6:00 pm$200
Looking for a unique experience for your child this summer? Want a new way to explore?
Our Camp Pan Afrikan summer program is a mobile camp in which we spend most of the day outdoors! Limited to a small group of campers, we ride in our van out to state parks and explore forests for our learning. We even spend our quiet rest times in tents!
Each week is also driven by a theme. Check out each week for more details!
June 3rd: International week
We’ll be visiting different restaurants (Ethiopian, Jamaican and Brazilian to name a few) and making simple meals. Cultural learning galore, who could ask for more?
June 10th: Juneteenth
We will be visiting the Apex museum, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Hammond house and the Juneteenth parade. Exploring our history and celebrating our people!
June 17th: Cowboys and Cowgirls
This week will be spent at different farms and horse ranches learning about our equestrian history as well as agriculture!
June 24th Folktales
A trip to the Center for Puppetry Arts, various libraries and in-house storytelling! A balance of classic fairytales and folktales told OUR WAY!
July 8th Science
We will be visiting the Fernbank Museum, Chattahoochee Nature Center along with some visits from talented scientists! Nature, engineering, biology, chemistry…we’ll discover a bit of everything!
July 15th Sports
Focusing on a different sport each day, your little one is sure to succeed! Gymnastics, basketball, baseball, soccer and more! We’ll end the week with a special field day event!
July 22nd Superheroes
Let’s first get to know our community superheroes: firefighters and farmers and officers and many other heroes! Then we’ll find out how our superhero powers can change the world! And we just might have a special guest come visit us! Wakanda, anyone???
July 29th Rhythm & Moves
Let’s learn about elements of musicianship and movement! African dance classes, drumming and a trip to the Sights and Sounds Museum.