NCCM's Children’s Summer Programs

by Press Release--Nature Center of Cape May | Jun 2, 2011
NCCM's Children’s Summer Programs Summer is just around the corner, and so are the Nature Center of Cape May’s popular Children’s Summer Programs, which will begin June 27. NJ Audubon is the National Wildlife Federation's New Jersey Affiliate, which makes Ranger Rick the official mascot of the Nature Center’s summertime fun. Classes take place Monday through Friday mornings from 10am to noon with a new nature theme each week, including “Radical Reptiles,” “Fin-tastic Fishy Fun” and “Bee-utiful Fliers.” The Nature Center’s hands-on, science-based children’s classes are open to youth from preschool through 9th grade. Designed with summer visitors in mind, children may attend just one day, one week, or the entire eight-week session. Classes are individually tailored to children’s ages and learning abilities. Children in grades 4 through 9 are invited to join the Harborside Explorers for more advanced marine science exploration and adventure. This group meets with NCCM program director Sue Slotterback Monday through Friday, from 9:30am to noon.
Weekly Summer Children’s Program fees are $100, reduced to $75 for NJ Audubon members. Daily rates are also available. Summer class sizes are small, and fill quickly. Preregister right away to reserve your child’s summer nature adventures with Ranger Rick and the rest of the gang at the Nature Center of Cape May.
Call 609-898-8848 to learn more about our Children’s Summer Programs. The Nature Center offers other unique summer adventures for kids too, such as special children’s harbor safaris and kayak camps. Information and registration forms are available at The Nature Center is located at 1600 Delaware Ave., in Cape May.

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