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Daycamps

Day Camps at Sarah Heinz House

Kids will be kept engaged and active with swimming, field trips, sports, games, arts and crafts, special guests and fun themes. (Grades 1st – 12th)

Important Information for campers (and parents) attending Day Camp, Pre-School Camp, Robotics Camp & Leadership Development Camp

Lunch Menu’s

There are both Hot and Cold options available, but only ONE TYPE will be offered each day.  We will try to take into consideration what the kids would like better each day.  Thursdays will always be Cold Meal A because we will need to transport them for field trips.

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A variety of camps for all ages! 

Preschool Camps

Young kids will enjoy music, art, field trips, swimming and outdoor playtime along with an introduction to robotics as they learn directional commands with BeeBots. (Ages 3 yrs. – 6 yrs.) 

Robotics Camps

Participants build, problem-solve and create with LEGO’s and VEX robots. Swimming and game time too!
4 Sessions (Grades 1st – 8th)

Leadership Camp

Teens may participate in our summer leadership camp where they participate in team-building, program planning and problem solving activities as a means of promoting and developing leadership skills.  Leadership campers must have completed the 8th grade.  Interested applicants must complete the application.  Application MUST be submitted to Chris Basel prior to registering for leadership camp.  Application for Leadership Camp

Learning Garden

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Participate in our Learning Garden with organic gardening hands-on activities and lessons. (Ages 1-8th Grade). Sarah Heinz House’s Learning Garden provides a wonderful hands-on experience for kids in our summer and after school programs. Working with advisers from Penn State’s Cooperative Gardeners and volunteers in our senior fitness program, kids are introduced to organic gardening techniques and earth friendly concepts such as crop rotation, soil nutrient replacement and water conservation while helping to plant and care for the garden. When the vegetables and fruits are ready to be picked, kids and senior volunteers prepare healthy recipes and share in a harvest meal.