JulJul
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Join us for a week of science, engineering and fun! Using the LEGO Mindstorms, campers will work in teams, learning to build and program robots. The week will culminate with a grand challenge designed to showcase the ingenuity and engineering skills of the campers! For children entering grades 5, 6, and 7. Spaces are limited.

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Jul
23
2:00 pm

Straw, sticks, and bricks … and one very hungry Wolf. A hilarious story about brotherly love and the importance of building a solid foundation.

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Jul
2
2:00 pm

Help! Our town is overrun with rats! A stranger with a magic flute saves the day, but what happens when the greedy Mayor refuses to pay the Piper?

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JunJul
293

Does your second or third grader love LEGO? This camp presents kids with challenging model builds using advanced Lego parts. Campers will explore the use of mechanical lifts, nets, drills, ramps, and more. For children going into grades 2 and 3. Spaces are limited.

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JulJul
610

Join us for an intense week of summer science designed to introduce students in grades 6 through 8 to a world of microorganisms. Campers will use DNA and more in a CSI-like investigation at a fully functional research laboratory on the PSU campus to solve The Case of Mistaken Identity.

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Jul
9
2:00 pm

The poor Miller’s Son receives a cat as his inheritance. He is very upset at first, but this is no ordinary feline … a purr-fect pet for a simple man.

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Jul
16
2:00 pm

Aladdin, Ali Baba, and Sinbad the Sailor! The clever girl Scheherazade weaves magical tales of wonder and enchantment for 1001 nights … in only 45 minutes.

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JunJul
241

The Piano Monster Festivals will be on campus from June 24 to July 1. Campers will stay on campus and rehearsal multiple-piano ensemble music and attend group classes on numerous musical topics. Final concert for the Senior Festival will be June 27 at 4:00 p.m. Final concert for the Junior Festival will be July 1 at 7:30 p.m. Other events open to the public are also available.

Visit plymouth.edu/go/piano for more information, or contact Carleen Graff at  or (603) 535-2313.

AugAug
1014

Campers learn specialized techniques designed to create the illusion of physical combat without causing harm to the performers, including hand-to-hand combat, rolling, simple falls, and sword techniques. All students will perform their class fight each day at the end of class. For children entering 5th, 6th, and 7th grades.

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Aug
13
2:00 pm

Thursday, Aug. 13, 2:00 - 2:45 p.m.
Sliver Center for the Arts

Geppetto wants a son. Pinocchio wants to be a real boy. An evil Fox, a Carnival Boss, a hungry Whale, and a classic story about the value of telling the truth.
$7 all seats, $5 for groups of 15 or more

  • (603) 535-2600
  • silver-center@plymouth.edu
  • Visit the Sliver Center site for more information