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Wednesday Walks with Carolyn
Virtual Summer Camp 2021

Wednesday Walks with Carolyn, Week 5

Posted on July 14, 2021

Join Miss Carolyn and her Backpacking friends for a hike through Bear Meadows in the Natural area of the MidState trail and discover some of the similar plant and wildlife that is present here and in Europe! Continue »

 

Music with Melanie
Music Mondays

Music Mondays with Melanie, Week 5

Posted on July 12, 2021

This week Melanie introduces us to many nursery rhymes and songs that originated in countries in Europe! Follow along with familiar tunes such as Are you sleeping/Frere Jacques, London Bridge, and a beautiful waltz! Continue »

 

Kikora Franklin
Global Arts Fridays

Global Arts Fridays, Week 4

Posted on July 9, 2021

Join Roots of Life for an introduction to the dances and drums of West Africa. Participants should have adult supervision and access to space in which they can move freely. Happy Dancing! Continue »

 

people in Africa
STEM Thursdays

STEM Thursdays with Eberly College of Science, Week 4

Posted on July 8, 2021

Dr. Kristina Douglass from the Penn State Department of Anthropology joins Eberly College’s Justin Hazelton to talk about her work as an archaeologist on the east African island of Madagascar. Justin will also show you a fun arechaeological excavation activity that you can do at home. Continue »

 

Carolyn at Biglers Rocks
Virtual Summer Camp 2021

Wednesday Walks with Carolyn, Week 4

Posted on July 7, 2021

Discover 10,000 year old sandstone rock formations and explore some interesting rock carvings and narrow passageways at Bilger's Rocks in Clearfield County! Continue »

 

Music with Melanie
Music Mondays

Music Mondays with Melanie, Week 4

Posted on July 5, 2021

Follow along with Melanie this week as we explore the continent of Africa! Sing along as she shares a counting rhyme and the traditional African lullabye, “Iro Ye.” Continue »

 

Michael Reimer
Global Arts Fridays

Global Arts Fridays, Week 3

Posted on July 2, 2021

Artist, Michael Reimer, shares the origin of Gyotaku, which in Japanese means 'Fish Rubbing' or 'Fish Impression'. Enjoy a demonstrate of how he makes fish rubbings and see how you can create other nature prints at home! Continue »