Some Texas Woman’s summer camps are changing this year due to concerns over the COVID-19 crisis.
Pioneer Digital Days Virtual Summer Camp, scheduled July 13-17, is offered online at no cost to participants. Open to children ages 4-8 and their parents, the camp will use STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) as a framework to help parents create their own “Tinker Stations” for use with their children. More information and registration is available on the event flyer.
The Department of Nutrition and Food Sciences will conduct its Summer Nutrition Culinary Camp online this year, and it's registration is already full. “Farm to Future,” scheduled June 22-26, is designed for ages 7-17. Younger campers (ages 7-11) will learn about sustainable cooking and farming. Older campers (ages 12-17) will develop their culinary skills and learn cooking techniques that provide ways to make great tasting, nutritionally sound foods. A waitlist is being created for children of TWU faculty and staff. Registration is required.