Summer of Science at DHDC


DHDC Camp Iwanna is on Friday, June 7 from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. The summer science camp is for the terminally immature adults 21 and over.

There will be refreshing beverages and camp-inspired cuisine by Joe Taco. And for dessert, make a Smores bar on Ruben’s Tube!

Science inspired activities to excite the young at heart:

  • Live carving of a tree stump with an opportunity to bid
  • Art with 27:40 Art & Apparel
  • Rock decorating
  • Learn how to suture in the camp First Aid area
  • Giant sling shot fruit explosions
  • Grown-up bubble fun

Be a happy camper and purchase your tickets before May 26th to save money.

  • Members- $30 per person ($35 after May 26)
  • Non-Members- $40 per person ($45 after May 26)

Details and tickets at

 Registration for DHDC’s award-winning Summer Camps is open and filling up fast! The camps are a perfect mix of science education and fun.

Camps begin June 3 and will repeat weekly through July 26. Camps are for children ages 3- entering 6th grade. Qualified teachers teach an updated science-based curriculum.Each camp is jam-packed with science activities, crafts, exhibits, Space Theater shows and more. Children will make new friends and have a great time learning about science.

Each week will offer different themes for kids to explore in each age group.

  • 3, 4 & 5-year-old half day camps: Storybook Science, T-Rex Trouble, Budding Builders, Pirate School, and more
  • 1st and 2nd grades full day camps: Art Club, Chaotic Concoctions, Animal Safari, and Space Troopers, and more
  • 3rd and 4th grades full day camps: Kitchen Craziness, Vet Tech, Science of Magic, Tinkering Studio, and more.
  • 5th and 6th graders full day camps: Robotics, Digital Media Mayhem, Extreme Engineering, and Crime Scene Investigation, and more.

More details and registration at

The Don Harrington Discovery Center
1200 Streit Drive
(806) 355-9547

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