Look What's Happening



Special events each day highlight campers' STEAM activities and art projects

June 29 - July 2  Stop, Snap and Cache

6/29  9-11:15 – Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA will bring their STEAM Mobile for a presentation and hands on activities about the principles of “Leave No Trace” and how they can be applied to your life and the outdoors.

6/29  12:45-3:15 – Abigail Rissinger,  a Communications and Broadcasting  graduate of Millersville University – Introduction to Stop Motion Videos and technology with support and assistance to develop campers’videos. 

6/30  10:30 - PA WoodMobile – A traveling exhibit about the state’s forests and wood products.

7/1  10:30 - Tom Powers, naturalist with the Quittapahilla Audubon Society – Presentation on basic geology and information about the natural history of our native woods.

7/1  12:45-3:15 – Abigail Rissinger, a Communications and Broadcasting  graduate of Millersville University- Support to animate and film “Leave No Trace” Stop Motion videos.

7/2  10:30 - Wildlife Education Specialist from Middle Creek Wildlife  Management Area – Presentation on local mammals and their adaptations.

7/2   2:00 - Parent program for a sneak preview of “Leave No Trace” Stop Motion videos.


July 6-9  Up, Up and Away

7/6 1:00 - Todd Kishpaugh, Unmanned Aerial Solutions, LLC  and retired military helicopter and airplane operator – Exhibition and Introduction to Drone Technology.

7/7  9-11:15  - Girl Scouts in the Heart of PA will bring their STEAM Mobile for a presentation on the importance of Robotics and hands on activities to design and program robots.  Campers will have the opportunity to learn how to use Botley and Sphero robots.

7/8  12:45 - Wildlife Education Specialist from Middle Creek Wildlife  Management Area – Presentation on duck banding and other waterfowl.

7/9  1:00 - Nate Weber, PA Dept. of Ag Apiary Inspector for South Central PA - Presentation and live exhibit with a contained unit beehive.

7/9  2:00 - Parent program highlighting STEAM projects and DRONE technology.


July 13-16  Muck, Yuck, and Slimy Things  

7/13  10:30 - Tom Powers, naturalist with the Quittapahilla Audubon Society – Hiking to discover reptiles and amphibians. 

7/14  10:30 -  Wildlife Education Specialist from Middle Creek Wildlife  Management  Area - Presentation on macroinvertebrates and pond and stream investigations.  

7/15   Development of Aquaponic Gardens

7/16  2:00 -  Parent program showcasing engineering and art projects.