2019 DCPS Summer Opportunities

Local Academic & Enrichment Opportunities for DCPS Students!

A Message from the Superintendent

On behalf of the School Board and Dinwiddie County Public Schools' staff, let me officially welcome you to the 2019 summer of learning!


Throughout the school year our staff and students are afforded numerous opportunities to learn in new and innovative ways. The successes of these efforts have generated great interest in formally coordinating learning activities that take place during the summer months. In response to these requests, this flyer is intended to provide the Dinwiddie Community (students, staff, families, county administrators, residents, etc.) with a resource for accessing learning opportunities offered by numerous sponsors during the summer months.


I hope you will find this to be a unique resource as you schedule your summer of learning. Please be certain to check back often as new activities will be added as they are submitted by event sponsors.


Thank you for your interest in the DCPS' Summer Opportunities of Learning. I look forward to hearing about your experiences and spending another season learning alongside you.


Sincerely,

Dr. Kari Weston

Superintendent

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Dinwiddie County Parks and Recreation

Summer Basketball League


Program Description
This league is designed for boys and girls ages 7-17. The purpose of this coed league is for basketball players to continue to develop skills through recreation based basketball games. Instructors: Volunteer Coaches

Ages: 7-17 year old / Age Cut-Off: August 1
Resident Rate : $35.00
Season: July

Standard League Registration: COMING SOON!!!

Program Information

Printable Documents
Rules & Regulations

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Tackle Football

Tackle Football

Program Description
These teams will compete in the Chesterfield Quarterback League against various teams from throughout the Central Virginia. All participants must provide a copy of their birth certificates. Instructors: Volunteer Coaches

Ages: 8-13 year olds (Minor / Junior / Senior Divisions) / Age Cut-Off: August 1
***12-13 year olds will play for the middle school football team
Resident Rate : $60.00 per participant / MUST BE A DINWIDDIE RESIDENT
Season: August through November

Early League Registration: COMING SOON!!! (Save $10.00)
Standard League Registration: COMING SOON!!!

Program Information
*$10.00 multi-participant discount available (Not Available During Early League Registration)
*Coaches Meeting: TBD
*Practice Begins: TBD
*Tackle Football is restricted to Dinwiddie County Residents
*Teams will compete in the Chesterfield Quarterback League
*Chesterfield Quarterback League Information
*Volunteer Coaches Mandatory Background Check

Printable Documents

Summer FUN!!!

Program Information
About the Program: Join DCPRT for Summer Fun themed days for kids to enjoy social play, games, activities, arts & crafts, and a lot of fun!!! Instructors: Dinwiddie County Parks and Recreation Staff

Session I: COMING SOON!!!
Ages: 4-7 years old | Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm | Cost: Resident - $20.00 / Non-Resident - $30.00
Location: Eastside Community Enhancement Center

Session II: COMING SOON!!!!
Ages: 8-12 years old | Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm | Cost: Resident - $20.00 / Non-Resident - $30.00
Location: Eastside Community Enhancement Center

Program Notes
***Registration is required and available on a first come; first served basis;
***Spaces are limited.
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Dinwiddie High School Summer Basketball Camp

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Dinwiddie County High School Cheer Camp

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America’s First College 1619

Saturday, May 25th, 10am-5pm

251 Henricus Park Rd. Chester, VA 23836

10 am – 5 pm

In May of 1619, 400 years ago, the first school charter was granted in the colony of Virginia. The College of Henrico was designed to become a center for Powhatan Indian boys to become scholars in literacy, various technologies, and Christianity.

Discover the story of the first college in the New World and explore 17th-century children’s education. Colonial English interpreters will be demonstrating the mathematics of carpentry, the sciences of farming and animal care, song and dance instruction, the literacy of Pocahontas, medical/surgical instruction, military training on cannons and muskets, and more!

Learn why the English chose to establish this 10,000-acre college and why Powhatan families may have been willing to send their sons to this English school.

This event is designed for today’s children to be guided in interactive activities of the early 17th century.

In honor of Memorial Day, the Henricus Militia will be conducting cannon salutes and musket firings throughout the day. These weapons demonstrations will recreate the military origins of our early American militia and our modern armed forces on land and sea. Free admission will be offered to active and retired military members and their immediate families.

Cost: $9/adult, $7/children ages 3-12; Henricus Patrons: free

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Reap What You Sow Day

Saturday, June 8th, 10am-5pm

251 Henricus Park Rd. Chester, VA 23836

10 am-5 pm

Help sow the seeds in our English Settlement and Powhatan town of Arrohateck! Come out and learn about colonial horticulture and methodologies. Ask us about adopting a garden to care for at Henricus Historical Park!

Cost: $9/adult, $7/children ages 3-12; Henricus Patrons: free

Trades of Antiquity

Saturday, June 22nd, 10am-5pm

251 Henricus Park Rd Chester, VA 23836

10 am – 5 pm

Come join Henricus Historical Park and the Southeast Virginia Primitive Skills Group for a weekend of historic skills. See demonstrations of life skills and trades from the pre-contact and Colonial eras in Virginia such as flint knapping, fire starting, wood turning, broom weaving, soap making, trapping, hide prep, and blacksmithing. Examples of artifacts made will be available for purchase, so bring your questions and take home a piece of history.

Cost: $9/adult, $7/children ages 3-12; Henricus Patrons: free

Camp Pocahontas (Ages 6-10)

Monday, June 24th, 9am to Friday, June 28th, 4pm

251 Henricus Park Rd Chester, VA 23836

9 am – 4 pm

What did a Powhatan child do for fun during the 17th century? In our re-created Powhatan settlement of Arrohateck, campers will explore the environment and life of Pocahontas and the culture of the Powhatan people through demonstrations, activities, and arts and crafts. Hands-on activities include cooking, farming, archery, music and dancing, engineering, canoe scraping, fish net weaving, and pottery. Make-and-take crafts included. Registration required by June 19 by calling 804-318-8797. Space is limited!

Cost: $185/child; Henricus Patrons: $165/child

Aftercare available for this Camp (up to one hour per day): $5/day per child

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Environmental Education Camp

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4-H Shooting Education Camp

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Summer Cloverbud Camp

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District Camp

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ITAC

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I Spy: A Civil War Spy Academy

Tuesday, June 25th, 9am to Wednesday, June 26th, 4:30pm

6125 Boydton Plank Road, Petersburg, VA 23803

During this two-day camp, participants will hear the stories of several Civil War spies, both Union and Confederate, who did what they could to help their cause through covert means. Campers will learn about the skills needed to be an effective spy; everything from code breaking to effective disguises. Campers will also discover some the technology used during the Civil War that assisted spies in their work. The telegraph and the hot air balloon were both relatively new inventions that clandestine agents exploited during the war. By the end of the experience, not only will campers have a better understanding of spying during the Civil War but, they will also have had a hands-on experience pretending to be spies and complete a group spy mission. The camp is open to ages 8-11. Each day of the camp is from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. Campers must pre-register and make payment. Camp cost is $100 per camper. Call (804) 861-2408 for more information and to pre-register for the camp

Details

Start:June 25 @ 9:00 amEnd:June 26 @ 4:30 pmEvent Categories:arts & culture, living history, summer campEvent Tags:camp, Civil War, history, living history, military, museum, park, petersburg, Richmond, soldier, spy, summer, VirginiaWebsite:https://pamplinpark.org/events/

Organizer

Pamplin Historical ParkPhone:804-861-2408Email:memberservices@pamplinpark.orgWebsite:www.pamplinpark.org

Venue

Pamplin Historical Park6125 Boydton Plank Road
Petersburg, VA 23803 United States+ Google Map
Phone:804-861-2408Website:pamplinpark.org

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Camp Petersburg Summer Adventure

Camp Summer Adventure offers a traditional outdoor summer camp day camp experience! Our trained and certified staff will work with each child in a small group setting. They will build relationships, foster a sense of belonging and create opportunities for each of our campers to achieve and learn. We offer a wide range of engaging specialist activities, 30 minutes of reading every day, as well as character development and swim lessons. Every week has a fun and exciting theme with an educational focus and exciting twist. YMCA Camp Summer Adventure – you belong here!

A typical day at Camp Petersburg is packed with fun, learning, and creativity from start to finish. It goes a little something like this:

  • Creative Arts: Explore your creative side with painting, drawing, building, and so much more.
  • Target Sports: Archery, and Slingshots
  • WOW (Wonders of Wilderness): A mixture of nature and science activities.
  • MAD (Music and Drama): Songs, Skits, Music, Dance, and Drama.
  • Daily Swim lessons and free swim Fridays!
  • Stem: Educational lesson using motorized Legos
  • Sports: Basketball, Football, Soccer… to name a few!
  • Team-building activities to build confidence, cooperation, communication, and more.
  • 30 minutes of reading daily

Ages: Rising K – 5th graders
Times: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Dates: 10 one-week sessions, beginning June 17
YMCA Members: $111 per week Non-Member: $125 per week

DSS accepted and financial assistance available.

  • A fixed weekly payment will be drafted each Monday, one week prior to the start date.

Camp Petersburg Leaders In Training

The LITs of Camp Petersburg participate in typical camp activities but will also have supplemental projects focused on service and team building. The LIT staff use an experiential learning approach to leadership development. Lessons focus on the progression from personal development and exploring many leaderships styles and learning what works for you.

Ages: Rising 6th – 8th grade
Times: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Dates: 10 one-week sessions beginning June 17
YMCA Member: $111 per week Non-Member: $125 per week

  • A fixed weekly payment will be drafted each Monday, one week prior to the start date.

DSS accepted and financial assistance available.

Camper In Leadership Training (CILT) at Petersburg

The Camper in Leadership Training (CILT) program is designed to teach and inspire rising 9th and 10th graders. Hands-on training experiences and professional development workshops provide the foundation of the program. Participants will learn basic safety, group control, games, camp best practices and engage in activities that provide valuable employment skills, healthy relationship and opportunities to lead.

Ages: Rising 9th – 10th grade
Times: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Dates: 4 two-week sessions beginning July 1
YMCA Members: $180 per session Non-Members: $199 per session

DSS accepted and financial assistance available.

  • A fixed weekly payment will be drafted each Monday, one week prior to the start date.

Sports Camp

Check out some of our amazing sports camps for your child this summer.

Power Scholars Academy After Care

Join the YMCA after your summer school day ends and enjoy our camp activities. Students must be enrolled in Power Scholars Academy at Cool Springs Elementary School. Transportation is provided to the Petersburg Family YMCA by the Petersburg Schools.

Ages: Rising 1st – 6th grade
Times: 3:30 – 6 p.m.
Dates: 6 one-week sessions beginning July 1
YMCA Members: $30 per session Non-Members: $40 per session

  • A fixed weekly payment will be drafted each Monday, one week prior to the start date.

FINAL FOUR at YMCA CAMP THUNDERBIRD

Final Four is our post-camp experience* that happens the week after camp ends and before school begins. It runs Monday through Thursday at Camp Thunderbird! We offer bus stops at Tuckahoe, Shady Grove, Downtown, Midlothian and Manchester. Come celebrate the end of summer at Camp Thunderbird with swimming, fishing, gaga, crafts, reading and a few more surprises!

Ages: Rising K – 8th grade
Times: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Dates: August 26 – 29
YMCA Members: $180 Non-Members: $209

*Camp activities and availability will be adjusted due to staffing during this week.

Bus Pick-Ups available at the Shady Grove Family YMCA, Tuckahoe Family YMCA and Millworks Center (across Woolridge Rd from the Midlothian Family YMCA).

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Four leading organizations - the Center for the Environment at Catawba College, Rocky Mountain Institute, Environmental Working Group, and Yellowstone Forever - are partnering to provide an opportunity for young environmental leaders to learn, create, share, interact, grow, connect, and build relationships. You know you have unique talents and particular interests; at Redesigning Our Future, you will learn the skills needed to use your passions to create a sustainable world. Small group workshops will focus on creating a toolbox of leadership skills that can be used now and in your future.



Who can attend?


The summit is open to students who will be 14-17 years of age by the time of the summit.

Summit tuition is $490. Apply by May 1 for a $90 discount. Tuition covers most of the cost of meals and lodging for the 5-day/4-night Summit. The generous contributions of our sponsors help us to meet the remaining costs of staffing, programming, speakers, etc. A shuttle to and from Charlotte-Douglas Airport and the Salisbury Train Depot will be provided. All other transportation costs are the responsibility of the student.


Where is it?


The summit will be held on the Catawba College campus. Catawba College is in Salisbury, NC, just north of metropolitan Charlotte. Participants will be housed in Abernethy Village, a complex of LEED-certified residence halls. These are not co-ed dorms. Programming will occur on Catawba College's 189-acre Fred Stanback, Jr. Ecological Preserve and in the labs and classrooms of the Center for the Environment's green facility.


Student comments from past summits


"The summit was a great way to meet similar minded people with a shared passion. It gave me the confidence I needed to start environmental initiatives."

"I feel like I've grown a lifetime away from where I started. I was given the push to truly take a step in the direction of helping to save this earth. I was given the tools to be an awesome leader and bring us to a greener world."

"The summit helped me incorporate all the things I love with my love of the earth. It helped me understand the processes that one must undergo in order to help others understand and work with an ecological choice."

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FBI Richmond Hosts Third Youth Academy

Tuesday, July 16th, 8:30am to Wednesday, July 17th, 4pm

1970 East Parham Road

Richmond, VA

The Richmond Division of the FBI will be hosting their third annual Youth Academy the summer of 2019. A comprehensive look into today’s FBI, this two-day program will provide students with behind-the-scenes demonstrations from our Evidence Response Team and Special Agent Bomb Technicians, and instruction from various other investigative squads to include violent crime and cyber. This not an internship program and while students may be presented with case studies drawn from adjudicated cases during this session, they will not be exposed to active cases or day-to-day investigations.

The Youth Academy will be held on Tuesday, July 16 and Wednesday, July 17, 2019 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Richmond Field Office located at 1970 East Parham Road in Richmond, Virginia. The program will be limited to thirty students.

Students interested in participating in the FBI Richmond Youth Academy must have parental approval and meet the minimum eligibility requirements, as follows:

  • United States citizen.
  • Reside in Virginia.
  • Enrolled in an accredited high school or home-school environment, recognized by your school district.
  • Between the ages of 15 and 18.
  • Junior or senior status during the 2019-2020 academic year.
  • Grade point average of 2.5 or better.

Students who meet the minimum eligibility requirements, are required to complete an application process to compete for acceptance into the program. A typed application and 500-word essay must be submitted no later than close of business Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Paperwork received after that date will not be accepted or given further consideration.

Questions about the program should be directed to the Division’s Community Outreach Specialist via RH_Outreach@FBI.gov.

Information about this initiative, and additional FBI Richmond Division outreach programs, may be found on our webpage.

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Summer Camp: Summer Scientists

Monday, July 8th, 9am to Friday, July 12th, 3pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

Summer Scientists

School’s out and summer fun is here! Join us as we explore the hottest, messiest, and loudest traditions of summer! How many ways can we make ice cream? How are those colored fireworks created? What are bubbles made from? How does sun screen protect you? Learn all of this and more as we kick off summer with a camp dedicated to just that!

When: Monday, July 8 through Friday, July 12 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Summer Camp: Lunar Lab

Monday, July 15th, 9am to Friday, July 19th, 3pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

Lunar Lab

One small step for man, one giant leap for summer campers! Join us in celebrating the anniversary of the moon landing with some blast your socks off science! We will take a look through the galaxy with real-life astronomers, explore objects that returned from space, try astronaut food, and even launch rockets!

When: Monday, July 15 through Friday, July 19 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Summer Camp: World of Wizardry

Thursday, May 23rd, 9pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

World of Wizardry

Your letter has arrived and you have been accepted to the Science Museum of Virginia’s School of Wizardry! Grab your cloak and wand and don’t be late for your first potions and charms classes, or there won’t be time to try that famous Chocolate Frog! End the week with some awe-inspiring magic tricks to impress all your friends.

When: Monday, July 22 through Friday, July 26 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Summer Camp: Maker Madness

Monday, July 29th, 9am to Friday, Aug. 2nd, 3pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

Maker Madness

Tap into your inner creator at the Science Museum of Virginia’s new maker space, The Forge. Get hands on with various tools from hammers to laser cutters. Learn how to upcycle trash into treasure. Design your own games, prototype a new vehicle, or build a working instrument! Let your imagination take hold as you create to your hearts content.

When: Monday, July 29 through Friday, August 2 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Summer Camp: Superhero Science

Monday, Aug. 5th, 9am to Friday, Aug. 9th, 3pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

Superhero Science

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No! It’s a Superhero Scientist! If you could have any super power what would it be? Flight? Strength? Heat vision? Invisibility? Mind control? How about spending a week testing all of our Hero’s favorite powers! Scientists Assemble!

When: Monday, August 5 through Friday, August 9 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Summer Camp: Storm Chasers

Monday, Aug. 12th, 9am to Friday, Aug. 16th, 3pm

2500 West Broad Street

Richmond, VA

Join us for summer camp full of hands-on STEM activities that will spark curiosity and inspire campers to generate ideas in science, technology, engineering and mathematics! This summer, we’re offering six, week-long camp experiences, each with a different theme. Campers will be divided into two age groups rising 1-3 and 4-6 graders – with opportunities to explore the Museum, visit our Dome Theater and participate in a variety of Live Science programs. Pick one week or come for all six for a STEM summer party!

Camps will be held from 9 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday. Camp fees cover a daily snack, t-shirt, water bottle and all camp activities. Campers will need to bring their own lunch to energize them for our scientific adventures. Post-camp childcare is available to help make these extraordinary experiences possible for all schedules.

Storm Chasers

When does a wave become a tsunami? When does a dark cloud become a tornado? How can we predict when earthquakes will hit or volcanoes erupt? Become a storm chaser as we revisit some of history’s most daunting natural disasters. Learn how natural disasters occur, how we can be resilient when they do occur, and even create some mini-storms right here in camp!

When: Monday, August 12 through Friday, August 16 from 9 am to 3 pm

Pre-registration is required. Summer camp is $250 for members and $300 for non-members per week. (Ask about our state employee discount.) Post-camp care is available until 5:30 pm for $50 per child, per week; preregistration for post-camp care is required. A $100 nonrefundable fee per camper, per week will be assessed on all cancellations. Questions? Call us at 804.864.1400 for more information. Spaces are limited, so register soon!

Women Can Fly Virginia

About Us

Women Can Fly is a volunteer organization whose mission is to promote women of all ages to fly. We are pilots and aviation enthusiasts who know the exhilaration of flight, the joy of discovering new horizons, the friendships born of shared visions, with the hope that more women will fulfill their dreams by joining us.

The inaugural flying event was launched in 2013 in Virginia, co-sponsored by the Ninety-Nines, Inc. (International Organization of Women Pilots), the Commonwealth’s Department of Aviation, and participating airports.

Today, women pilots represent only 7% of the total pilot population. Women Can Fly intends to improve this statistic by making an appeal to all future female pilots. By providing information with hands-on experiences and demonstrating the sheer fun of flight, our goal is to encourage participants to fly recreationally, become a private pilot, or pursue a career in aviation. Representatives from the airlines, military, business and recreational aviation are invited to showcase aviation’s diverse field for career opportunities.

Women and girls age 8 and up will have the opportunity to experience a flight in a private plane with a volunteer pilot.

Online registration begins 1 April 2019 for the following events:

June 01, 2019 Roanoke-Blacksburg Regional Airport
June 08, 2019 Hampton Roads Executive Airport
June 15, 2019 Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport
June 22, 2019 Shannon Airport
June 29, 2019 Warrenton-Fauquier Airport
September 21, 2019 Military Aviation Museum

Each Saturday event will take place rain or shine. To sign up for a complimentary flight, select the airport you wish to attend and navigate to “Sign Up for a Flight.” Please join us; it’s lots of fun for all ages!

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G.I.R.L.S. Summer Program

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G.R.O.W.S (Gaining Real Opportunities With Students) Summer Program

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S.T.E.P Summer Program

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For rising grades 4-9, June - August, 2019 at MSiC Campus and John Tyler Community College, Midlothian.

Each summer, students in rising grades 4-9 have participated in week-long courses on science, biology, computer technology, engineering, and more.

As always, all of our classes are packed with adventure, creativity, exploration, and design. Each Camp Innovation course offers students an opportunity to dive deep into subjects that will prepare them for future academic pursuits and spark interest in career fields they may not have considered before.

Camp Innovation is MSiC’s largest and most popular student program. Courses are offered in multiple locations and multiple weeks during the summer. Sign up for a half-day or a full-day summer course in science or math or technology or engineering, and inspire innovation in your student!

Program Information

  • All students are welcome to participate - public, private, and homeschool
  • Morning classes - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Afternoon classes - 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
  • Full-day classes - 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (Students bring their own lunches)
  • Parents/guardians are responsible for transportation to MSiC or JTCC
  • Adult-chaperoned school buses are provided for classes with field trips
  • Per student, half-day classes are $125.00 each class
  • Per student, full-day classes are $250.00 each class

Camp Innovation Brochure - MSiC Campus

Download our General Information PDF for Camp Innovation

Register Here

Summer 2019 MSIC Student Volunteer Application

Extend the Camp Day!

Extend the Camp Day!

MSiC is proud to offer after-camp classes with our partners at Championship Chess and Edible Education. These after-camp classes run from 4:15pm to 5:15pm at the MSiC campus. Registration is handled separately by each vendor. Use the links below for more information and to register your student.

Championship Chess - MSiC - Championship Chess Registration Form - Website

Edible Education - Register on their website

John Tyler Community College, Midlothian Campus, July 8-12, 2019 Rising 4th - 6th Graders

Rocks, Crystals, and Gems
Explore rocks, crystals, and gems through experiments, investigations, and hands-on discoveries. Learn how these treasures are used in a variety of locations in the Richmond area with field trips that allow you to dig in the dirt and create your very own collection.

Register for a Morning Class


Engineering on the Go
What makes cars go fast and boats float? What are magnetic levitating trains? Explore the different types of transportation that makes the world move. Have fun discovering why hot air balloons fly and what makes a rocket soar. Design, build, and test your very own vehicles. The sky's the limit for imagination and adventure!

Register for an Afternoon Class


Image Your World
Discover how to manipulate the reality captured by our digital cameras as some of the secrets of Adobe Photoshop are revealed. This professional level graphic imaging program will allow you to create digital and optical illusions that look so real you will amaze your friends and family.

Register for a Morning Class



Gaming Galore
Why spend your days playing someone else’s video game when you can create your own. Explore the world of game design using the free coding program, Kodu©and let your imagination go as you create your own world with characters and challenges.

Register for an Afternoon Class


John Tyler Community College, Midlothian Campus, July 8-12, 2019 Rising 7th - 9th Graders

Engineering Extravaganza
Discover through hands-on learning the terminology, principles, and applications of basic civil engineering. Design, build, and test your model skyscraper, bridge, dam, and more.

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LEGO: Next GenerationUsing Mindstorms® software design and program robots to move, sense objects, make sounds, and more. Work in teams to solve problems and compete in challenges.

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D2P2: Digital Design Python Programming (full-day)
Python is one of the easiest programming languages to learn and use yet is very powerful. Learn to write your own programs and take them home with you.

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MSIC Campus, July 15-19, 2019 Rising 4th - 6th Graders

Block by Block (Minecraft®)
Using your imagination and design skills delve into the world of Minecraft and explore how it relates to architectural and electrical design in the real world. Teams will complete a final challenge and design a plan to survive their world using the knowledge gained throughout the course.

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Engineering For the Future
Can we make it to Mars? What does it take to get there? Using a design-and-build framework, you will make rockets and Martian rovers, experience what astronauts eat in space, and see how close we are to getting to Mars. This class has everything a young engineer needs to help explore The Great Beyond in the 21st century!

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Odd Pets

Discover the mystery and adventure that odd pets bring as you explore the world of fish, frogs, spiders, reptiles, and other creepy crawlies. Study their habitats and learn their unique adaptations through hands-on investigations and field trips. At the end of class, take your very own odd pet home with you.

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Snap, Crackle, Pop!
The wonders of chemistry will unfold before your eyes and mouth as you make root beer, ice cream, and goo. See what it is like to work in a chemistry lab and discover what happens when certain chemicals react with each other.

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MSIC Campus, July 15-19, 2019 Rising 7th - 9th Graders

Architectural Design
Discover the historic and modern elements of architecture used in the building of Richmond. Take tours and visit local museums. Design and build your own model of an urban building incorporating “green architecture”.

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D2P2: Digital Design Python Programming (full-day)
Python is one of the easiest programming languages to learn and use yet is very powerful. Learn to write your own programs and take them home with you.

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Energy Engineers
Analyze the various alternatives for providing the energy needs of the future. Construct a state-of-the-art model fuel cell car and investigate the principles of hybrid vehicles.

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Exploring the James II (full-day)
What effect does the James River have on Richmond? Virginia? Discover how this river has affected everything from settlement to technology while exploring the river city’s main waterway. Water quality, ecology, run-off, and wildlife are explored as we trek in, around, and through the James River.

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MSIC Campus, July 22-26, 2019 Rising 4th - 6th Graders

Codes, Ciphers, and Secret Messages
Learn code breaking skills and discover the history and science behind the many encoding methods used by organizations and government “spies.” Develop your own “book of secrets” or treasure map and explore the world of cryptography from Ottendorf ciphers to invisible inks to microdots.

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Engineering On the Go
What makes cars go fast and boats float? What are magnetic levitating trains? Explore the different types of transportation that makes the world move. Have fun discovering why hot air balloons fly and what makes a rocket soar. Design, build and test your very own vehicles. The sky's the limit for imagination and adventure!

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Gaming Galore
Why spend your days playing someone else’s video game when you can create your own. Explore the world of game design using the free coding program, Kodu© and let your imagination go as you create your own world with characters and challenges.

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Odd Pets
Discover the mystery and adventure that odd pets bring as you explore the world of fish, frogs, spiders, reptiles, and other creepy crawlies. Study their habitats and learn their unique adaptations through hands-on investigations and field trips. At the end of class, take your very own odd pet home with you.

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John Tyler Community College, Midlothian Campus, July 22-26, 2019 Rising 4th - 6th Graders

Block by Block (Minecraft®)
The world of Minecraft® is a fun & exciting place to learn and explore. Experience the world of Minecraft as an engineer while you manipulate the constantly changing Minecraft® environment. Develop survival strategies by making your own shelter and tools, then share with classmates as your creativity and imagination lead you to your own unique product.

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Fractal Phenomena
What do your cell phone, the trees outside, and your heart’s rhythm all have in common? They all have a connection to Fractal Geometry. Discover how the patterns and beauty of fractals in nature influence art, movies, technology, and science. Create several fractals to bring home.

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LEGO: Building To Explore
Did you know you can not only build with LEGO building blocks, but you can also program them? Computers are used to program your creation so it can make noise, kick, chomp, and a host of other awesome builds. Working in teams you can construct, test, and problem solve as you hone your LEGO expertise.

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Snap, Crackle, Pop!
What would it be like to work in a real chemistry lab while you experiment with chemical reactions? Many of the chemistry experiments in this class will be done with items that you have in your kitchen so you can do them at home! You will amaze your friends when you make “goo,” ice cream and root beer for them.

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MSIC Campus, July 22-26, 2019 Rising 7th - 9th Graders

Engineering Extravaganza
Discover through hands-on learning the terminology, principles, and applications of basic civil engineering. Design, build, and test your model skyscraper, bridge, dam, and more.

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Lasers, Fiber Optics, and HologramsLearn the basics of light energy and use lasers to study the wave and particle nature of light. Develop a fiber optic communication link and create reflection holograms. Take home your own hologram!

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LEGO: Next Generation
Using Mindstorms® software design and program robots to move, sense objects, make sounds, and more. Work in teams to solve problems and compete in challenges.

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Mysteries of Biomedical Science Unlocked (full-day)
Examine human body functions and explore ways to treat and cure disease through the development of advanced diagnostic tools and new treatment strategies. Use advanced lab technology, innovative imaging equipment, computers, and more to understand medicines big breakthroughs.

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John Tyler Community College, Midlothian Campus, July 22-26, 2019 Rising 7th - 9th Graders

Architectural Design
Discover the historic and modern elements of architecture used in the building of Richmond through city tours and visits to local museums. Use these components to design blueprints and build your own model of an urban building incorporating “green architecture” elements.

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Digital Detectives (full-day)
Examine the ever-changing world of cybersecurity and discover how items like Wireshark, packet analyzers, and keys are used to penetrate systems. Learn the ins-and-outs of hacking and what it means to be an ethical hacker.

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Nano: The Science of Small
Enter the world of the “science of small” to learn about applications of nanotechnology. Explore the development of superfast computers, organic LEDs, smart fabrics, biobots, and new space materials.

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MSiC Campus, July 29 - August 2, 2019 Rising 4th - 6th Graders

Coding with Creativity
Are you curious about the world of coding and animation? Would you like to create an interactive world that can be controlled by everyday objects? Using creativity and Scratch© programming you will design and code your very own interactive game. The gameplay doesn't have to stop when you leave class because you take your programs with you!

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Crime Scene Chemistry
You will become a Super Sleuth as a Junior Chemist! Discover the methods chemists use to solve crime mysteries. You will learn about chromatography, fingerprinting, and how chemicals interact with one another to reveal clues. Use these scientific techniques to identify the culprit!


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Exploring the James I
See the James River through a whole new lens! Field trips in and around the river allow you to seek and find a variety of critters living in and around the ecosystem of the longest river in a single state. Mud and wetness included!


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LEGO: Building To Explore
Did you know you can not only build with LEGO building blocks, but you can also program them? Computers are used to program your creation so it can make noise, kick, chomp, and a host of other awesome builds. Working in teams you can construct, test, and problem solve as you hone your LEGO expertise.

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Monsters Across the Millennia

Is Bigfoot real? Is Nessie the only monster of the deep? Were there ever any monsters like these? Join us as we dive to the depths of the oceans, explore the far reaches of the terrain and discover what monsters reside there. Explore where fascinating creatures live and how they survive.


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MSiC Campus, July 29 - August 2, 2019 Rising 7th - 9th Graders

Disease Detectives
Become a Disease Detective and develop your powers of observation and analysis to diagnose a variety of both common and mysterious illnesses. Perform lab activities and learn to use NIH image-processing. Includes a clinical lab field trip.

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Forensics Crime Scene
Discover how scientists and law enforcement work together to find out “who dunnit” in a crime. Explore the techniques of fingerprinting, fiber analysis, and casting footprints while investigating a crime scene.

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My Job Is Out of This World
Learn what it’s like to work and live in space. Discover what it takes to become an astronaut. Develop your skills as a member of a team as you experience missions in the Challenger Center for Space Science Education. Your job is Out of This World!

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Off the Grid (full-day)
Experience the STEM of the Survival Rules of 3 as we learn how to survive everything from being a lost hiker to helping rebuild infrastructure after the Zombie Apocalypse.

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Summer Regional Governor's School

Summer Regional Governor's School

The Virginia Department of Education and the MathScience Innovation Center support this special program for students in grades 6, 7 and 8th who are identified as gifted by their school divisions. Choose from among six-course offerings and explore the exciting worlds of math, science, and technology. All classes meet at the MathScience Innovation Center.

Students from 13 school divisions are eligible to participate: The counties of Charles City, Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Goochland, Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Powhatan, Prince George and the cities of Colonial Heights, Hopewell, Petersburg, and Richmond.

Dates: June 24 - 28, July 1-3, 2019
Time: 8:30am to 3:00pm
Locations: MathScience Innovation Center, 2401 Hartman Street, Richmond, VA 23223
Transportation: Parent/Guardians must provide student transportation
Note: Students must bring packed lunches

For additional information, please contact:
Debbie Mitchell: 804-343-3525 ext. 80243
Carrie Persing 804-343-6525 ext. 80245

Program Brochure

General Information

Student Volunteer Application

Student Contract

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Choices for students currently in the 6th & 7th grades.

CSI: Student Academy

In order to solve crimes, it takes the efforts of many individuals. Experience the different roles of crime scene investigators, detectives, and forensic scientists and examine how the teamwork of these individuals can exonerate the innocent and convict the guilty. Become a crime scene investigator and search a simulated crime scene to collect evidence using authentic evidence collection procedures. Learn about techniques used by forensic specialists in a lab setting such as obtaining and examining latent prints, using serology, DNA, and drug analysis and more to determine “whodunnit”. Field trips and guest speakers will enhance this fascinating experience.


Prototyping Nature's Design

The fields of medicine and engineering are converging in a battle against the ravages of age, disease, and physical trauma. Join us as we explore concepts and techniques in biomechanics, biomedical engineering, and computer modeling. Become a biomedical engineer as you design, build, & test prosthetic devices using rapid prototyping technology such as 3-D printing. Come discover how new advances in tissue and body “replacement” may affect the quality of your life in the future.


The Next Giant Leap


Imagine the year is 2030. You are part of a team preparing for the first manned expedition to Mars. Mars promises to be a rich destination for scientific discovery and human exploration. As a vital team member, you will receive rigorous training in advanced imaging and robotics to help you plot the course for your crew of astronauts. As geologists, your team will be using innovative techniques to analyze rock samples. Could the analysis reveal evidence of life beyond Earth? What will the first human settlement on the red planet look like? Engineers and biologists on your team will need to design habitats that can withstand the ravages of deep space. A mission in the Challenger Center simulator will test your training. Are you ready to take the next giant leap in space exploration?

Choices for students currently in the 7th & 8th grades.

A River Runs Through It Flowing through Virginia from the mountains of the Blue Ridge to the salt marshes of the Chesapeake Bay, the James River tells a special story about the people, farms, towns, and cities that line its banks. To begin the story, you’ll need to put on your wet boots and hop on a research vessel. Through a variety of lab experiments and outdoor field studies on and around the water, you will use probe ware and other field tools to conduct water quality and aquatic habitat research. Be an eco-innovator and see how innovative technologies are being used to maintain health and restore damaged river ecosystems. Please note that this course may include an overnight stay at a research facility.


I am Nano

Get the real scoop on nanobites and nanobots. Explore what's hot and what's really not nano in our world today. From the tiniest scale, learn how gecko’s climb and why mood rings really work. Find out how gold nanoparticles play a role in cancer medicine. Take a trip to a tissue engineering lab and watch how humans use biomimicry to recreate a silk worm's thread. Check out your skills as a nanotechnologist as you filter gold nanoparticles, build liquid crystal thermosensors, and spin “nanofibers”. Discover why nanoscience is a hot topic in today's science world!

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CCWA’s 2019 Summer Youth Camps

We’re excited to offer digital arts camps to the region’s youth – now in our seventh summer with industry experts, Black Rocket. While the Minecraft and ROBLOX camps continue to be a popular, our new offerings including Advanced Robotics, Battle Royale: Make Your First Fortnight® Style Video Game, Code Breakers and eSports Apprentice – YouTube® Streamers & Gamers build skills in a safe and fun environment at our campus locations.


These ten week-long offerings will boost creativity, collaboration and tech savvy for your student. A recent article by the Education Development Center (EDC), “The Future of Work: Three Ways to Prepare Now,” notes “…it’s about helping young people develop a comfort with using, modifying, and creating technologies, and developing the dispositions needed for future success that they will carry forward into the workforce.”


Students were able to upload their work to a website to share with parents, receive comments and access their progress. Returning students were able to create more advanced projects and build onto previous projects.


Download the 2019 Summer Camp flyer.


2019 Summer Camp Offerings:


NEW! Advanced Robotics Fee: $185

In this class learn to program a robot to overcome daily class challenges using visual and text-based programming. You will see firsthand how your program translates into action as you attempt to control your robot sensors and maneuver around obstacles. With your teammate, you will apply different coding concepts while using the scientific method to formulate, observe, experiment, test, and modify your robot.

JUL 08-12 M–F Mornings WDCC: Register Now


App Attack! Fee: $185

Take the first steps into the world of mobile app design and customize your own game app! Using a specialized app and game development tool, students will explore the world of web-based (HTML5) mobile apps. In addition to learning the basics of mobile app design and game development, you will also see firsthand how the world of App publishing functions.

JUN 24-28 M–F Mornings WDCC: Register Now


NEW! Battle Royale: Make Your First Fortnight® Style Video Game Fee: $185

Fans of Fortnite we need you! Instead of playing the game, design your own. Using a professional 3D game development software, build levels and assets inspired by popular battle royale games like Fortnite. This course includes cartoonish action and battle sequences. Student-created games will be available on a password protected Black Rocket website to share with friends and family.

JUL 22-26 M–F Mornings WDCC: Register Now


NEW! Code Breakers Fee: $185

Calling all future coders, programmers, & designers! Learn the basics of coding languages like HTML, JavaScript, and CSS through a series of web projects and design challenges each day and be on your way to becoming the next tech star! Whether you want to be the next Mark Zuckerberg or the high school student who just made $1 million dollars for programming in his bedroom, this course has the essentials you need to begin your journey. Projects will be available on a Black Rocket website to share with friends and family.

JUN 24-28 M–F Afternoons WDCC: Register Now


Drone Adventures Fee: $185

The Drones are here! Let the battles begin. In this hands on, interactive class you will learn how to fly and drive drone robots. Working in teams you will be able to code your drone to compete in missions that will prepare you for the ultimate team challenge at the end of the week.

JUL 8-12 M–F Afternoons WDCC: Register Now


NEW! eSports Apprentice – YouTube® Streamers & Gamers Fee: $185

Whether you want to be the next pro gamer, streamer, or gamecaster this course will teach you the basics to get started! No longer just a hobby, eSports is the fastest growing career for the next generation. Over 400 million people watched YouTube videos and Twitch streams of video game competitions this year alone! In this course, students will develop competitive game-play skills in Black Rocket’s new eSports App, learn how to produce commentary for live tournaments, use professional streaming software, and most importantly practice online safety. Students will gain full access to the eSports App and a video of their class tournament with commentary.

JUL 22-26 M–F Afternoons WDCC: Register Now


Make Your First Video Game! Fee: $185

If you love playing video games, this is the camp for you! Make your first video game in this one-of-a-kind class that shows you the keys to designing your first 2D platformer game. Conceptualization, play experience, level design, graphics, sounds, and simple coding are just some of the concepts that we’ll explore.

JUL 15-19 M–F Mornings WDCC: Register Now


Minecraft© Designers Fee: $185

If you love the game Minecraft, and always wanted to design your own world, this class is for you! Learn how to create a custom map, the basics of creating 3D models using a new software to design your very own objects, how to build with Redstone and Command blocks, and create custom textures for you to import at home or share with friends.

JUL 29-AUG 2 M–F Afternoons WDCC: Register Now


Minecraft© Modders Fee: $185

Use your favorite game to learn the basics of modding and foundations of programming. Learn scripting and logic statements as you create your first mods! Introductory coding will also be taught through a simulated environment inspired by Minecraft.

JUL 29-AUG 2 M–F Mornings WDCC: Register Now


ROBLOX® Makers-Coders-Entrepreneurs! Fee: $185

Discover how to code in the Lua language while playing and designing worlds in ROBLOX® , an online universe where you can create anything you dream of. This new class combines game design concepts, coding, and fun! Young entrepreneurs will also learn how to navigate Roblox’s fast growing marketplace to publish their games.

JUL 15-19 M–F Afternoons WDCC: Register Now

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Free Summer Reading Programs

1. DOGOBooks Summer Reading Program

2. Barnes and Noble’s Summer Reading

3. Amazon Summer Reading Challenge

4. Chuck E. Cheese’s Reading Rewards Calendar

5. Scholastic’s Summer Read-a-Palooza

6. Books A Million

7. Applebee’s Book Worm Reading Club

8. Appomattox Regional Library System

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Aware

Aware


HOPEWELL LIBRARY

Tuesday, July 30 at 11 am

BURROWSVILLE LIBRARY

Tuesday, July 30 at 2 pm

Do opossums hang by their tails? Is there such a thing as a worm snake? Can owls turn their heads all the way around? Want to know the answers to these and other questions about the wildlife around us? Join us as we welcome AWARE. They will teach you how to coexist with the animals in your area.

Pajama Story Time

Pajama Story Time


ROHOIC LIBRARY

Wednesday, June 19 at 6 pm

DISPUTANTA LIBRARY

Wednesday, July 24 at 6 pm

Grab your pajamas and your favorite stuff ed animal and join us for this special evening story time. All ages are welcome!

How To Make Paper

How To Make Paper


HOPEWELL LIBRARY

Thursday, June 20 at 1 pm

Join Miss Kate from CVWMA as she teaches us to make paper with recycled paper.

Toy Story

Toy Story


PRINCE GEORGE LIBRARY

Saturday, June 22 at 11 am

Grab your favorite toy and join us for this classic Disney film.

Animal Control Officer Visit

Animal Control Officer Visit


PRINCE GEORGE LIBRARY

Thursday, June 27 at 2 pm

Learn about therapy dogs, working dogs, the anatomy of a dog and the job of an animal control officer and you’ll get to meet Coal, the best therapy dog in Prince George County!

Frozen Sing–A–Long

Frozen Sing–A–Long


HOPEWELL LIBRARY

Tuesday, July 2 at 2 pm

Dress up as your favorite Frozen character and get ready to sing at our Frozen sing-a-long!

Moana Sing–A–Long

Moana Sing–A–Long


PRINCE GEORGE LIBRARY

Friday, July 5 at 2 pm

Dress up as your favorite Moana character and get ready to sing at our Moana sing-a-long!

Wreck It Ralph!

Wreck It Ralph!


PRINCE GEORGE LIBRARY

Thursday, July 11 at 3 pm

Join us for a special movie night with a special treat after the movie.

Channel Your Inner Artist with Lamb Arts

Channel Your Inner Artist with Lamb Arts


HOPEWELL LIBRARY

Monday, July 15 at 2 pm

Join Lamb Arts as they help us to find our inner artist.

Magical Trivia Night

Magical Trivia Night


HOPEWELL LIBRARY

Wednesday, July 17 at 6 pm

Join us for a “magical” trivia night, as we show off our knowledge of princesses, castles and the best theme parks on earth!