If you live in the Phoenix Metro area and you’ve got a budding chemist in your house, then check this out! We’re hosting the Atomic Adventures Summer Science Camp at the Burton Barr library!
We’ll be running around, pretending to be atoms and molecules as we turn ourselves into polymers! We’ll bounce around as we demonstrate static electricity! We’ll make messes with slime, explore color changing chemistry with acids and bases, explore the sweet science of strawberry DNA extractions, and more! We’ll have games! We’ll have experiments! We’ll have sweet treats and candy science! Your kids will fall in love with science as they explore the wonderful world of chemistry!
We’ll take chances! Make mistakes! Get messy! And have a BLAST! Best of all, it’s totally free!!!
Availability: June 20-24 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (wait list)
July 18-22 10:00 am to 12:00 pm (spots available!)
Phoenix Burton Barr Library: 1221 N Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004 – 4th floor, in MACH1!
Recommended for scientists ages 8 and up.
Here’s how to sign up!
Go to phoenixpubliclibrary.org and click on “calendar” and either: search for Atomic Adventures OR choose “location – Burton Barr” and then click on “Month View”. Then choose either June or July. Then, you can see all of the camps, including mine! When you register, please plan on attending all five days, as we’ve got a ton of science awesomeness in store for your young scientists!