Camps for inventors-in-training!
Campers can expect to make life-long memories and ignite their sense of wonder at a Cade Museum Camp. Camps provide a unique opportunity for students to dive deep into their favorite STEAM topics. Cade camps provide hands-on, interactive learning experiences that foster an inventive mindset.
Upcoming Camp Information
One week before camp, the Cade will provide a comprehensive camp package with added camp information and required forms via email.
Registration for 2023 Winter Camps is now open.
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The Cade Museum strives to never turn away a student because of financial need. Cade Museum scholarships will cover 50%-100% of the camp registration fee. Please complete one scholarship application per student, to be submitted by 11:59pm on October 12, 2023. Scholarships are awarded by lottery selection after the application window has ended. Incomplete applications will not be included in the lottery selection. Students may only receive one scholarship for the 2023 Holiday Camp season.
The Cade Museum will notify selected applicants of their award by October 13, 2023. This notification email will provide further instructions for enrollment. Scholarships must be accepted by October 20, 2023, or the spot will be forfeited.
Unselected applications will be randomly assigned a position on the scholarship waitlist to be considered if space becomes available.Apply for a Scholarship
For those ages 18+ that interested in volunteering during a Cade Camp, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have a waitlist for sold out camps?
Yes! Please email email@example.com to be added to the waitlist.
Where are camps being held?
Camps will be held in the labs of the Cade Museum, located at 811 South Main Street. Campers will also visit Depot Park for lunch and play, weather permitting, and will visit our Cade Annex located across the street at 904 South Main Street.
What time does camp begin and end?
Early drop off- starts at 8:00am
Camp activities- 9:00am-4:00pm
Late pick up- by 5:30pm
Will I pack lunch for my child?
Yes, you will need to pack a lunch for your child each day. Siblings attending separate camps may not be able to eat lunch at the same time, so each child’s food should be packed separately. One snack will be provided and water will be available for your child throughout the day.
Can my child bring personal items and electronics to camp?
To ensure every child’s safety, campers are not allowed to bring any toys, electronics, or other personal items to camp.
What should my child wear to camp?
Campers should wear comfortable, close-toed shoes and clothing they don’t mind getting messy. Sunscreen may be applied prior to student drop-off, as campers may visit Depot Park as weather permits.
Will my child be required to wear a face mask at camp?
Will I receive a refund if the museum cancels a camp?
Yes. If the Cade Museum cancels a camp, a refund will be issued within three weeks of cancellation.
What is the cancellation policy?
A full refund will be issued if requested a week prior to camp start date by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
If I have a child in each camp age group, will they get to see each other during the day?
Campers in different age groups will be together at early drop off and at pick up. The groups may also overlap during lunch and park times, depending on the daily schedule.
Will you screen students before they are admitted into the camp?
The Cade team will take every camper’s temperature at the time of morning check-in, and no child with an above-normal temperature (>100.4 degrees F) will be permitted to attend camp that day, nor for at least 24 hours after any sign of fever. To protect the safety of all of our campers, any child with a fever or any other signs of illness must remain home.
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