EPIC Explorers Imagination Camp

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Online, Monday 10th August - Friday 14th August

EPIC Explorers Imagination Camp – Virtual Summer Camps by EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.

Travel the world and outer space alongside famous Irish diaspora figures such as explorer Ernest Shackleton, astronaut Neil Armstrong and notorious pirate Anne Bonny in this summer camp suitable for the whole family. Delivered via Zoom, children will be introduced to the history behind exploration and travel, before being encouraged to use their ingenuity to complete tasks such as making their own boat, designing the surface of the moon, and discovering animal tracks, all out of whatever materials and objects they can find at home! The summer camp is supported by a range of online ‘history-at-home' resource packs.

August Summer Camp runs for 1 full week, with a 1.5 hour workshop each day and 1.5 hours online support with activities. The camp will run Monday – Friday, with a one-hour daily Zoom workshop from 10am – 11am, followed by 2-hours of online support for unsupervised family activities to take place between 11am – 1pm.

1 Day Pass: €5
5 Day Pass: €15
Family Ticket: €40 (includes a visit to EPIC museum for 2 adults and 2 children any time in 2020)

Suitable for ages 6-12.


Date:
Monday 10th August - Friday 14th August
Time:
10.00am
Price:
€5 | €15 | €40

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