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Solar Explorers Shine at Naples Botanical Garden Summer Camp
Calling young scientists, 5-12 years old, interested in experimenting with solar energy, July 9-13, 2012, at the Garden.
“The Garden is the perfect place for curious minds to wander and explore. Summer camp kids have the opportunity to make new friends, build working solar machines, and have fun,” said Laura Foht, Camp Coordinator.
“This is the best camp ever! I wish I could go to the Garden all year!," enthused Trevor, Camper
Young scientists can join in on the fun at Naples Botanical Garden, where it will always be sunny. Solar Explorers Camp is held at the Naples Botanical Garden, July 9 – 13 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Check our website for additional camp themes, including Wild Florida Wanderers, Green Gardeners and Botanical Sketchers. Cost of the camp is $250 per child per week for Garden members or $300 for non-members. Additional discounts may apply for siblings or multi-week registrations. This includes a healthy breakfast, lunch and snacks from Whole Foods Market.
For more information or to register, visit our website at http://www.naplesgarden.org
About Naples Botanical Garden
Naples Botanical Garden is a 170-acre world-class garden paradise that features the plants and cultures of the tropics and subtropics between the latitudes of 26 degrees North and 26 degrees South including Brazil, the Caribbean, Southeast Asia and Florida. A hands-on interactive Children’s Garden along with 90 acres of beautifully restored natural habitats, walking trails and a Butterfly Garden offer educational entertainment and enjoyment for people of all ages. Regular hours of operation are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. every day. Summer hours begin July 1st, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
About Naples Children & Education Foundation
Funding provided by the Naples Children & Education Foundation (NCEF), founders of the Winter Wine Festival, provides scholarships to students from Avalon and Shadowlawn Elementary Schools. The Foundation is committed to improving the lives of underprivileged and at-risk youth in Collier County.