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Horizons Unlimited summer programs

Horizons Unlimited will offer the following camps this summer. The list published in Wednesdayís Salisbury Post was from 2010.
Mysteries of Science ó rising fifth- and sixth-graders
July 11-14, 8 a.m. until noon. Cost: $100 (includes all camp materials and a daily snack). Maximum enrollment: 25 campers.
Come discover the mysteries of science as we create watersheds, observe animal behaviors, and design T-shirts. Participants will explore different mysteries each day as we explore the mysteries of physics, chemical reactions, our natural world and environmental science. Instructor: Tonya Brinegar-German, science specialist, Horizons Unlimited
Astronomyís Awesome ó rising third- and fourth-graders
July 18-21, 8 a.m. until noon. Cost: $100 (includes all camp materials and a daily snack). Maximum enrollment: 20 campers.
Letís celebrate the ěYear of the Solar System.î Weíll build telescopes; view the stars in the planetarium; relax with laser shows; do solar observing; make a star map and other astronomy tools; learn about planets, rockets, space travel and more. Instructor: Patsy Wilson, science specialist, Horizons Unlimited.
Summer Engineering Experience for Girls ó Rising sixth- and seventh-grade girls.
July 18-21, 8 a.m. until noon. Cost: $100 (includes all camp materials and a daily snack). Maximum enrollment: 25 campers.
Design bridges or windmills, explore sustainable living and biological membranes, and many more engineering activities. This 4-day, hands-on camp involves classroom activities and experiments to help you learn about the many fields of engineering. Join us for one week of fun and engaging activities that will get you thinking, building and playing. If you are entering the sixth or seventh grade next fall and love to think creatively, this camp is for you! Instructor: Tonya Brinegar-German.
Science Rocks ó Rising first and second graders
Aug. 1-4, 8 a.m. until noon. Cost: $100 (includes all camp materials and a daily snack). Maximum enrollment: 20 campers.
Science Rocks! will spark childrenís imagination and curiosity through fun, interactive and educational programs that instill a clear understanding of what science is really all about and how it affects their world. The 4-day camp will include big ideas in science including engineering, forensics, chemistry and ecology. Instructor: Anne Ellis, science specialist. Horizons Unlimited.

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