The Columbus Museum is Ready for Summer Fun

ALONG WITH THE MUSEUM'S EXHIBITS, THEY'RE ALSO OFFERING SUMMER CAMP

At the Columbus Museum, there is an exhibit called, “Transformation” and it can be a great adventure for your family to check out this summer.

At this exhibit, you can draw a portrait of yourself, you can make a movie (with the kid-friendly equipment they provide), children can play with puppets and there is a stage where you can perform with the puppets.

Marketing and Media Manager at The Columbus Museum, Mercedes Parham tells WLTZ First News, there are so many interactive activities for

to do in this exhibit. “The station where you can make a movie has only been here a couple of years and it is really popular,” said Parham.

During this season, the museum is also offering summer camp.

There is a cost to attend.

We have all you need to know, from The Columbus Museum’s website:

EACH CAMP IS HOSTED FOR ONE FULL WEEK
(MONDAY – FRIDAY)
Summer camps give your child the opportunity to learn about art through lessons in the studio, hands-on art projects, and gallery walks. Each camp will culminate with an exhibition of each camper’s artwork. Campers must meet the minimum age requirement on or before the first day of the camp they have registered for. All campers must be fully toilet trained and able to demonstrate full bathroom independence in order to attend any drop-off program. Campers should bring a lunch and snack each day. Pre-K campers only need to bring a snack.
Pre-K Camp: $60 members/$80 nonmembers (9:00 am – 12:00 pm)
All other camps: $145 members/$165 nonmembers (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Register for camp, here: http://www.columbusmuseum.com/programs/family/camps-classes/

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