March 11, 2008 |

Sign up now for day camp at the Carnegie Science Ctr.

Carnegie Science Center is accepting registration for a wide array of half-day and full-day summer camps, guaranteed to enthrall, educate and engage children ages 4-12.

Camps start June 9 and explore astronomy, superheroes, sea creatures, robotics, weather, chemistry and just-plain-weird science. Themed activities provide new experiences every day and – combined with the Science Center's hundreds of hands-on exhibits, stunning shows in the state-of-the-art Buhl Digital Dome and fun science demonstrations in the interactive theaters – they are sure to keep kids busy.

Half-day camps for children ages 4-7 explore the science of airplanes, weather, bugs, outer space, railroading, and the mysteries of the ocean. 

Full-day camps for children ages 6-12 explore engineering, cooking chemistry, inventions, insects and outer space. 

Carnegie Science Center offers pre-camp and after-camp programs to help accommodate parents' schedules. For a full list of camps, visit www.CarnegieScience Center.org or call 412-237-1637 to request a summer camp brochure.

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