cMoe Summer Camp - Full-Day Options for grades K-6, Mini Camps for ages 3 to 5 *Register Now and get the Early Bird Special Discount on full-day camps
cMoe offers fantastic full-day summer camp options for kids grades K - 6. cMoe camps are led by professional educators and each week offers a unique theme. Camp begins at 9 a.m and ends at 4 p.m. with the option of extended care to meet your needs.
Science Lab – June 2 - 6
Grab your goggles and lab coats and join us for a week of biology, chemistry, physics, and more! What kitchen and bathroom ingredients bubble and pop? Do plants grow better when you sing to them? How can a water balloon survive a 50 foot drop? How can chemical reactions make art masterpieces? Can you walk across a pool of Oobleck? Find out the answers to your questions, and more, as you create hypotheses and put them to the test with a week of experimental fun!
Themes: Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering
B.A.T. Camp – June 9-13
cMoe teams up with the Evansville Civic Theatre for Basic Actor Training (B.A.T.) Camp. Enjoy a week of engaging activities. Practice voice projection, stage presence, miming, and more. The week ends with a performance for the families and everyone has a part to play!
Themes: Art, Music, Theater Arts
Spy Camp – June 16 - 20
Millie, cMoe’s beloved dinosaur mascot, has been kidnapped! It’s up to our elite crew of spy campers (that’s you!) to find out the who, what, when, where, why, and how so we can bring her back! You must conceal your true identity, employ high-tech spy gadgets, and use forensic science and logic to track the perpetrator his or her hideouts all over the world! Hopefully, the week will end with the trial and conviction of the guilty party, and the safe return of Millie!
Themes: Chemistry, Biology, Technology
Art Studio – June 23 - 27
Pick up your palettes and put on your smocks – it’s time to create your own masterpieces in the Art Studio! From watercolor paintings to cartoons, and clay throwing on a pottery wheel to mosaics, we’ll explore every dimension of art using real supplies and mediums. Local artists will teach us about their techniques, and we’ll learn from the past masters and their works, too. Our week will end with the opening of an art gallery where we’ll display our creations for our families and cMoe guests!
Themes: Art, Art history, Culture
Camp Imagination – July 7 - 11
Campers are invited to explore their creativity and become Music tellers themselves, while participating in activities led by Tales & Scales artists incorporating storytelling, theater, music and creative movement. Campers will share their experiences by performing for family and friends on the last day of each session. No prior experience with the performing arts is necessary.
Themes: Art, Music, Theater Arts
Blast to the Past – July 14 - 18
Get in the time machine and prepare to travel way, way back as we learn and play our way through history! We’ll start with the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians, then make our way through medieval times, trying our hand at catapults and jousting. As pioneers, we’ll learn to survive by making our own essentials. See if you can keep up with the changing technology of the 20th century. The week will end with a trip to the future, where YOU’LL decide how things will look.
Themes: History, Culture, Art, Technology
Invent, Create, Remake! – July 21 – July 25
Join the Makers’ Movement as you create, craft, and engineer your own fun! Create functional art projects to take home. Build a robot and watch it operate. ! Use duct tape to make amazing creations. Film your very own stop motion animation movie! Make soap you can really use, and sew your own pillow. Learn how to make amazing art and science projects from household objects. You’re limited only by your imagination and ingenuity!
Themes: Art, Engineering, Biology, Chemistry
Space Camp – July 28 – August 1
Houston, we have a camp! Blast off into outer space with this week of gravity-defying fun! Your mission: explore and engineer the ins, outs, ups and downs of space travel and successfully launch your “egg-stronaut” by the week’s end! Rockets, robots, water balloon drops, space food, gravity-defying physics: these tasks and more will help you become a space commander. We’ll even Skype with a real-life astronaut! Suit up, strap in, and hold on for a week of out-of-this-world experiences!
Themes: Engineering, Physics, Technology, History
This & That – August 4-8
Mix it up during your last week of summer as we throw in everything but the kitchen sink! Get your hands dirty with art projects and messy science experiments! Learn new languages to greet your new friends. Create your own amazing product and film a commercial. Build a giant marble run. Make your own fossils and excavate some chocolate chips. There’s something for everyone during this all-over-the-place week!
Themes: Art, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Culture
cMoe Mini–Camp : An Early Childhood Experience (Ages 3 to 5)
Experience camp in a safe, structured environment facilitated by experienced educators. Mini-camps run from 9 a.m.—12 p.m and include daily exploration time in the museum! Cost for the week is $60 ($50 for cMoe members.) Register early—space is limited!
Big World – June 9-13
It’s a big world out there, and we’re going to explore it! This week we’ll go on a nature walk, meet animal friends, check the weather and make our own clouds and rainstorms, read maps and compasses, take care of plants and plant one to take home, watch a volcano erupt, travel to outer space to learn about the sun and moon, and much, much more!
Themes: Biology, Chemistry, Geology
Camp Imagination, Jr. - June 23-27
Campers are invited to explore their creativity while participating in activities led by Tales & Scales artists, incorporating storytelling, theater, music, and creative movement! No prior experience necessary!
Themes: Art, Music, Theater arts
Little Travelers – July 7 – 11
Take a trip around the world without ever leaving cMoe! Each day we’ll travel to a new part of the world – Japan, Mexico, Germany, India, and France - as we learn to speak a little of the language, create traditional art, wear costumes, play games, and try some authentic cuisine! It’s a stay-cation to remember!
Themes: Culture, History, Art