History Day Camp to be held
MARQUETTE — The Marquette Regional History Center Presents: Hands On! Art and History Day Camp Monday and Tuesday and again Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to noon each day, at the center.
This is the seventh annual day camp collaboration between the Marquette Regional History Center and Liberty Children’s Art Project.
Youth enjoy an immersion into local history and multi-media art making. Multiple art techniques are taught during this camp with art teacher and LCAP Director Carol Phillips.
Participants will explore the Marquette Regional History Center’s special exhibit: “The Great Outdoors: The History of Recreation in Marquette County” with some camp crafts. For summer 2020 the center is offering two, two-day camps. Register for either Monday/Tuesday or Thursday/Friday. Camp will be held outside on the lawn of the history center.
Due to COVID-19 precautions, masks will be required and the center will provide space and limit enrollment for distancing; all art projects will be individual this year, not group art projects.
The camps are for ages 8-12. Pre-registration is required and the cost is $25 for each two-day session.
Register at the history center front desk or by calling 906-226-3571. The center is located at 145 W. Spring St., Marquette. Visit marquettehistory.org for more information.