Vacation Adventures

For kids 6-10 who love to learn even on vacations
For kids 11-14 who want to join the Teen Leadership Program (TLC)

February 19-22, April 15-18
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Fee: $50 a day for ages 6-10, $25 a day for ages 11-14.

Registration is required at least one week prior to program date to reserve spot.

Extended Day: Extended Day Option from 3:00 to 5:00 pm is available for $15 per day. It will include a snack and drink. Minimum 3 students; confirmation will be given at least 1 week prior to start date.

February Vacation Adventures: Creation Station
Tuesday-Friday February 19-22, 2019

The Phoenix Creation Station is looking for young engineers and inventors to experiment with circuits and gadgets, investigate the abilities of sound waves, create a contraption that moves using gears, and invent something new for fun and entertainment.  Use-real world and technological simulations to troubleshoot and improve your designs. Present your new inventions and discoveries to a select panel of the Phoenix Creation Station Task Force.

Each day will offer a different challenge: Sign up now for all 4 days or just one.

April Vacation Adventures: Monster Detectives
Monday-Thursday April 15-18, 2019

Go on an imaginary quest to find the mysterious creatures that have been let loose in our world.  Use technology and outdoor exploration to explore some of the habitats where some of these creatures may be lurking like the deep sea, rainforests, urban, grasses, and trees. Use stop motion animation to capture your creature on camera while making a digital story to share your findings with the Phoenix Magical Creatures Registry.

Each day will offer a different challenge: Sign up now for all 4 days or just one.

Teen Leadership Program
Tuesday-Friday February 20-23 & Monday-Thursday April 15-18, 2019
Max. 3 students/week

The Teen Leadership Program (TLC) is for young people who are excited to take the next step in leadership, mentoring, and teaching. Each TLC will assist our course teachers in the field or engineering/inventions, mentoring younger children, helping out with the activities for the day, supervising recess or play at the park. TLCs will be given special assignments by their directing teacher and be responsible for various odd jobs that make the course run smoothly. Interest in science, animals, inventing and building with art materials, and using technology (Mac based) to create presentations — a plus.

Register online today »

Questions: Call 978-741-0870 or email