Save the Date! Marine Camp Registration opens soon!

Touching a sharkSave the Date!

Registration for the Marine Science Institute’s Summer Marine Camp opens this Friday, February 1 at 10 am!

Get your budding biologist in the field at MSI’s Marine Camp. We offer several grade-specific, themed camps that focus on different aspects of the marine environment. Kids entering kindergarten through high school are given unique opportunities to interact with live animals in a fun, safe and exciting atmosphere. Our experienced science instructors lead hands-on, interactive activities that inspire a love of learning, science and nature.

Join us as we explore beautiful habitats through field trips around the Bay Area, including a day-long voyage on our research vessel, the Robert G. Brownlee! This summer we also look forward to sharing new activities and field trips that will thrill our returning campers! For more information visit our website.

I am thrilled to offer an exciting, enriching day camp, which campers and their families will remember forever. Learning to love and respect nature through hands-on experiences is a special tradition here at MSI, and as a Bay Area native, I know that this is the best way to get in touch with the natural wonders this unique environment has to offer. After teaching at MSI for two years, I look forward to creating a camp that is fun for returning and new campers alike, and which fulfills MSI’s mission to inspire respect and stewardship for the marine environment and our local community.

Sincerely,

Felicia Van Stolk

Marine Camp Director

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