June 28 - July 2nd
Regular Session: 9 am - 1 pm
June 28 - July 2nd
Mini Session: 2 pm - 5 pm
Join us at camp this week as we learn about extinction, fossils, volcanoes, and of course all things dinosaurs! We will also discuss the importance of taking care of our current environment to prevent any further extinctions!
Due to limited capacity because of COVID-19, please email our Operations Coordinator Dara Kahkonen at dka to with questions or to register for a camp(s) or combination of camps, we have all day camp options available.
ABOUT THE EDUCATOR
Miss Allison attended the University of North Carolina at Wilmington for her undergraduate studies. She graduated in May of 2017 and received a Bachelors Degree in History and my Secondary Licensure for Education. Allison began her teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, NC in August of 2017 as a Social Studies teacher. There, she also coaches volleyball, basketball, and track, as well as lead a service club (Interact Club) for the students. Allison is also serving in my second year as President of the Southport Evening Rotary Club, which is also a Service Club for the Community. She has been working at the Children’s Museum since attending UNCW and fell in love with the summer camp programs at the Museum! This will be her fifth year leading the camps at CMoW.
Fun fact: Miss Allison has been skydiving!
Favorite food: Miss Allison's favorite food is pizza and ice cream!
Things to know
Morning session campers will need to bring a packed lunch.
All campers ages five years and older need a face mask.
All campers will need to bring a reusable, filled water bottle.
Please inform us of any allergies during registration.
In accordance with COVID-19 regulations, we will implement safe, social distancing practices throughout camp. Face coverings will be required for each attendee five years and older. Temperatures will be taken upon arrival at the event. Each adult in the group will be asked to review and acknowledge a health waiver. Thank you for being understand and supporting The Children's Museum of Wilmington during this confusing time.