Summer Kids’ Camps at Happehatchee Center
The Happehatchee Center, in Estero, will host four weeklong summer camp sessions, featuring the popular Super Science and Amazing Art teachers. The program is open to children in grades one through five and will utilize the historic house, breezy and shaded Peace Pavilion, butterfly garden and other attractions on the property’s five acres on the Estero River.
Participants can produce their own film at the Movie Making camp from July 4 to 8; alternative energy, climate solutions and building an eco-system are among the topics presented at the Environmental Arts session from July 11 to 15; Eco-Engineering takes place from July 18 to 22, covering thermodynamics, creating recycled art, and designing jewelry and clothing; and campers participate in fun outdoor games and challenges that teach them about nature, wildlife and conservation at the Eco Tourism session from July 25 to 29. Final presentations will be held each Friday, with family and friends invited to attend.