YOUmedia

Come hang out, mess around and geek out! Click here to see daily workshops or book a time to work with mentors in audio and graphic design. 

Youth Capture the Colorful Cosmos

Participants will use state-of-art astronomy software to make images come alive. By completing hands-on experiments, collections of photons will allow for the simulation of the workings of the telescope. In addition, students will study artists who used space as inspiration for their own artmaking. The final class will meet at the Springfield Museum of Art to create an exhibit to showcase their work.

If you would like to be a part of this exciting program, click here to register or call Rene Stratton, the program coordinator, at (937) 505-2941.

STEM on the Stage with Aladdin

Join the Missoula Children’s Theatre for the adventures of “Aladdin,” while participating in hands-on STEM activities, including 3D prop design and special FX makeup. The community is invited to performances on Friday at 3:00 and 5:30. Lunch will be provided daily.

If you would like to be a part of this exciting program, click here to register or call Rene Stratton, the program coordinator, at (937) 505-2941.

Manufacturing Camp

Do you like to create and build things? This summer camp features manufacturing and engineering concepts. Practicing the skills of designers, carpenters, and engineers, students will create, invent, design, and build individual and cooperative STEAM projects. Lunch will be provided daily.

If you would like to be a part of this exciting program, click here to register or call Rene Stratton, the program coordinator, at (937) 505-2941.

Manufacturing Camp

Do you like to create and build things? This summer camp features manufacturing and engineering concepts. Practicing the skills of designers, carpenters, and engineers, students will create, invent, design, and build individual and cooperative STEAM projects. Lunch will be provided daily.

If you would like to be a part of this exciting program, click here to register or call Rene Stratton, the program coordinator, at (937) 505-2941.