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Falmouth Community Programs Summer 2022 Activities & Programs for Youth, Adults and Seniors Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

2 Policies/Procedures IF YOU SNOOZE, WE ALL LOSE.PLEASE REGISTER EARLY! Many programs are adversely affected every year due to participants waiting until the last minute to register. There is a point when a program must be cancelled or modified if there are insufficient registrations. All programs require a high level of coordination which include facility scheduling, staffing, volunteer recruitment and the purchasing of supplies. You will notice many of our programs have registration deadlines. If there is room available after a deadline has passed, late registrations will be accepted with a late fee and if it is a youth program, your child may not be guaranteed a t-shirt, hat, ball, etc. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Program Cancellations FCP reserves the right to cancel any program which fails to meet minimum enrollment requirements, so please register early! Deadlines are one week prior to the first class unless otherwise noted. Inclement Weather/Free Programs When schools are cancelled due to inclement weather, all youth programs beginning prior to 4:00pm are also cancelled. Adult program cancellations are at the discretion of FCP as well as the instructor. Decisions regarding evening programs will be made by 2:00pm. For free programs, please call 699-5302 prior to attending as unforeseen cancellations may occur. After business hours please call 699-5302 or visit our website at: www.falmouthme.org for Community Programs News and Announcements or check Facebook for program notices, updates and cancellations. Refunds If FCP cancels/changes a course, we will refund you 100% of course fees. Online convenience fees are NON-REFUNDABLE. A processing fee ranging from 5- 10 will be charged for each course from which you withdraw no less than five full business days prior to the start of the program. After this time, you may receive a 50% refund if a replacement can be found (waiting list has priority), the withdrawal does not affect course minimum enrollment, there is unlimited enrollment or the set date of withdrawal has not passed. We reserve the right to credit your account for refunds under 10.00. For larger refunds, please allow a minimum of two weeks for processing. WE DO NOT GIVE REFUNDS AFTER THE START OF THE SECOND CLASS. Youth Pick-Up Policy FCP requires staff to remain with youth program participants until they are released to a parent or guardian. Please meet your child at the designated pick-up time. A 10 late fee will be charged for each ten-minute increment that your child remains with us past the designated pick-up time. Course Guidelines Course guidelines are designed to be appropriate for the enjoyment and safety of all participants. If an emergency/circumstance arises, or if you are dissatisfied with a program, please contact our office as soon as possible. Concerns will be reviewed on an individual basis. Our Adult Enrichment programs are reserved for individuals at least 18 years of age who are not currently enrolled in high school, unless otherwise indicated. Parks & Community Programs Staff Lucky D’Ascanio, Director Matt Gilbert, Assistant Director Jeff Mason, Parks Supervisor Sam Hazelton, Parks Assistant Kate Harris, Recreation Coordinator Ashlee Quirrion, Recreation Assistant Kim Doyon, Senior Programs & Services Coord. Beth Benson, Admin/Programming Assistant Caleb Hemphill, Open Space Manager Parks & Community Programs Advisory Committee Karen Jones, Chairperson Janet Lane-Dye, Vice-Chairperson Robert Carter Melanie Collins Scott Simmonds Doug Zlatin Vacant FMI contact the FCP office 699-5302. Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Contact/Registration Information Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to find program news, cancellations, changes and updates. Registration Information Please register early online via our website, dropping off forms in person or mailing them to: FCP, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105. Generally we do not accept phone registrations but given current circumstances, phone registrations will be accepted on Tuesday Wednesday, and Thursday from 9am-3pm with EFT, credit or debit payment only. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Please make checks payable to “Town of Falmouth”. Registration forms are in this brochure and in the FCP office. You may also download forms from www.falmouthme.org. Unless we notify you, please assume that you are enrolled in your choice of programs. We send e-mail receipt confirmations only. Discounts & Scholarships A limited number of partial and full scholarships are available for many youth programs using a sliding fee scale. Scholarships for FCP soccer programs are available from the Dan Fabio Soccer Scholarship. Requests may be made confidentially at the FCP office upon registration. Seniors who are age 60 and over receive a 25% discount off course fees unless otherwise stated. Non-residents can register beginning May 2. Non-refundable online convenience fee: 6.2% or minimum 2.00 www.falmouthme.org Use the online registration system to register for programs anytime and anywhere. Add your e-mail address to receive updates about exciting new activities and programs – you won’t miss a date! Set up your private registration account today so that you are ready when registration opens! Forgot your online registration password? Call 699-5302 to have it reset. Please DO NOT create a new account. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10/11 12 13 14-16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 25/26 26 28 3 Table of Contents Policies/Procedures Contact/Registration Information Afterschool Activities Early release Days/Cycling Programs Youth Tennis Kindergarten Screening Days/Martial Arts Day Camp/Senior Camp/Gap Camp AM & PM Ext Hours/ Art Camps Enrichment Camps Adventure Camps First Responder Camp/Running Programs Athletic Camps Fall Soccer/Soccer Coaching Clinic Registration Form Eating Out/Travelogues Cultural Events Cultural Events/Overnight Adventures Theatre Trips/Painting Enjoy the Outdoors 55 Activities Good Food/Good Life Adult Wellness Adult Tennis/Adult Pickleball Lessons Concerts in the Park/Discount Tickets Office Hours Monday - Thursday .8:00am-5:00pm Friday .8:00am-12:00pm 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, ME 04105 207/699-5302 fcp@falmouthme.org FCP Notes We reserve the right to revise dates, times and/or prices due to changes that occur after publication. Thank you for your understanding! The Town of Falmouth will try make reasonable accommodations for alternative access and participation when events or meetings are scheduled on religious observances. If you have a disability or injury and need additional accommodations to participate in any of our programs, please call our office 699-5302. Changes, additions and updates for FCP activities can be found in The Notes and on our website at the following address: www.falmouthme.org We also reserve the right to use any photos and/ or videos of programming in future brochures or advertisements. Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

4 Afterschool Activities Chemistry Madness Gr. 3-5 Become a chemist and mix up some CHEMystery. Explore the water cycle, the inside of atoms, polymers, crazy chemical concoctions and much more. Instructor: High Touch/High Tech Staff Location: FES, Rm. B109 Date: Mondays, April 25-May 23 Time: 3:15- 4:15pm Fee: 90 Session: 41059.1A Mrs. Farmer & Friends Gr. K-2 Kindergartners always ask for more Explore and Play and first and second graders miss this Kindergarten classic choice time. Join Mrs. Farmer in her classroom for an extra long Explore and Play time after school. Options will include building, painting, playing board games, making crafts, doing puzzles, creating with playdoh, or playing with your favorite toys. We will chat, laugh, make new friends, and help each other in a relaxing and playful environment. Instructor: Amy Farmer Location: FES, Rm. C100 Date: Mondays, April 25-June 6 Time: 3:15-4:15pm (No class May 9 & 30) Fee: 61 Session: 41061.1A Afterschool PE Gr. 1-3 Physical activity is a necessary part of daily life for children of all ages. This class will focus on physical activity, games, and fun. Please pack an extra snack and water bottle as we will be outside burning lots of calories and enjoying the fresh air. Instructor: Jen Doe Location: FES, Multipurpose Gym Date: Tuesdays, April 26–May 31 Time: 3:15-4:15pm Fee: 58 Session: 41010.1A Kindergarten 2.0 Gr. K-2 Whether you are a Kindergartner that doesn’t want the day to end or a child that wants to go back in time and play like a Kindergartner here is a program for you. Participants will get a chance to do some of the favorite things from Kindergarten. Blocks, rice table, creation station, play dough, art projects, games, and more. Bring a snack and be ready to have fun. Instructor: Amy Story Location: FES, Rm. C102 Date: Tuesdays, May 3-June 7 Time: 3:15-4:15pm Fee: 61 Session: 41058.1A Seacoast United Spring Soccer Programs Ages 2-10 Seacoast United (SU) Soccer is offering two programs this spring: SU Juniors for ages 2-6, teaches the fundamentals of soccer using a fun and energetic curriculum and SU Skills for ages 7-10, which strives to enhance technical ability of players regardless of level/experience. Coaches will work on a wide variety of skills. Shin guards required. Instructor: SU Staff Location: Community Park, Front Field Date: Saturdays, May 14-June 11 Fee: 70* (No class May 28) SU Juniors (Ages 2-3): 41127.1D SU Juniors (Ages 4-6): 41127.1A Time: 1:00-1:45pm Time: 2:00-3:00pm SU Skills (Ages 7-8): 41127.1B SU Skills (Ages 9-10): 41127.1C Time: 3:00-4:00pm Time: 4:00-5:00pm *Scholarships for FCP soccer programs (pages 4 & 13-16) available from the Dan Fabio Soccer Scholarship. Requests may be made confidentially at the Community Programs office upon registration. Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Early Release Days 5 Let’s finish out the year on a high note. Try something new and have fun with friends. Most programs will take place on the school campus. Middle School Fitness Fun Session 9: 41541.1J Wednesday, May 11 Instructor: Celeste Long Time: 1:00-2:30pm Session 10: 41541.1K Wednesday, May 25 Location: FMS, Small Gym Fee: 22 per session Games Galore, Gr. 3-5 Session 9: 41311.1J Wednesday, May 11 Session 10: 41311.1K Wednesday, May 25 Leader: Kim Wilson Location: FES Large Gym Time: 1:30-3:00pm Fee: 20 per session SPARK! Wilderness Girls Club, Gr. K-3 Session 9: 41316.1J Wednesday, May 11 Session 10: 41316.1K Wednesday, May 25 Leader: Rae-a Moughty, Registered Maine Guide Location: FES Time: 1:30-3:30pm Fee: 30 per session High Touch/High Tech, Gr. K-3* Session 9: 41317.1J Wednesday, May 11 Session 10: 41317.1K Wednesday, May 25 Leader: High Touch/High Tech Staff Location: Mason-Motz Time: 1:30-3:00pm Fee: 20 per session * This program takes place at the Mason-Motz Activity Center. Students are bussed to Mason-Motz and parents are required to pick-up children at Mason-Motz at the end of the program. Cycling Programs Youth Cycle Project Gr. 1-5 We take fun really seriously while teaching biking skills. Riders will be grouped by biking experience. Every ride will start with an equipment check to make sure helmets and bikes are safe. We will cover fundamentals of riding and how to ride on roads and sidewalks safely with friends and families, as well as how to do a basic bike check at home. Newer riders will learn to ride with confidence and become comfortable on the bike. Advanced riders will be introduced to the fundamentals of mountain bike riding. Instructor: Youth Cycle Project Staff Location: Falmouth Elementary School parking lot Date: Sunday, May 1-22 Time: 11:00am-12:15pm Fee: 90 Session: 41047.1A Mountain Biking Ages 7-17 Riders must have the basic fundamental skills and awareness needed for safe and enjoyable mountain biking. Riders must be able to confidently ride a bike and be comfortable riding on a dirt road or through grassy fields. This program is intended to develop a community for youth mountain biking allowing all ages and ability to ride together. All rides will be divided into groups by riding abilities, with instruction at all levels. All older and experienced riders will be expected to apply good leadership skills and conduct while riding and socializing with younger more novice riders. Instructor: Youth Cycle Project Staff Location: Bradbury Mountain State Park Date: Wednesdays, June 8-22 Time: 5:00-6:15pm Fee: 90 Session:41047.1B More Mountain Biking For riders that want more experience and time on the trails these summer sessions will add an additional ride each week. Join us in July and August for some trail riding on Sundays and Wednesdays. Instructor: Youth Cycle Project Staff Location: Bradbury Mountain State Park Fee: 140 Session 1: 41047.1C Session 2: 41047.1D Date: Wed. & Sun., July 6-31 Date: Wed. & Sun., August 3-31 Time: Wed. 5-6:15pm & Sun.11am-12:15pm Time: Wed. 5-6:15pm & Sun.11am-12:15pm Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Youth Tennis 6 Little Tykes Tennis Ages 4-7 Children will learn the fundamentals of this lifetime sport with a focus on safety and fun with equipment scaled down to be size and age-appropriate. Players will use 19” or 21” racquets to help develop proper coordination as they acquire new skills through interesting games and relays. Parents must accompany their children and sneakers are a must! Director: Ben Putnam, St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis Spring Sessions Session 1: 41611.1A 4 classes Location: Huston Courts, Winn/Falmouth Road Date: Tuesdays, May 3-24 Time: 5:15-6:00pm Fee: 60 Session 2: 41611.1B 4 classes Location: Huston Courts, Winn/Falmouth Road Date: Tuesdays, June 7-28 Time: 5:15-6:00pm Fee: 60 Summer Sessions Session 1: 41611.1C 8 classes Location: FMS, Tri-Courts, Woodville Road Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, June 20-July 27 Time: 9:00-9:45am (No class July 4,6,11 & 13) Fee: 120 Session 2: 41611.1D 6 classes Location: FMS, Tri-Courts, Woodville Road Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, August 1-17 Time: 9:00-9:45am Fee: 90 Junior Development Tennis Ages 8-13 Beginner players will follow a progressive teaching format. Each session includes basic tennis strokes and strategy in an enthusiastic but low-pressure environment. The intermediate and more advanced players will follow a more intense drill format to refine strokes, strategy, and competitive match play with a mix of strength and conditioning. Participants must supply their own racquet and wear sneakers. Spring Sessions Session 1: 41110.1A 4 classes Location: Huston Courts, Winn/Falmouth Road Date: Tuesdays, May 3-24 Time: 4:30-5:15pm Fee: 60 Session 2: 41110.1B 4 classes Location: Huston Courts, Winn/Falmouth Road Date: Tuesdays, June 7-28 Time: 4:30-5:15pm Fee: 60 Summer Sessions Session 1: 41110.1C 8 classes Location: FMS, Tri-Courts, Woodville Road Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, June 20-July 27 Time: 10:00-10:45am (No class July 4,6,11 & 13) Fee: 120 Session 2: 41110.1D 6 classes Location: FMS, Tri-Courts, Woodville Road Date: Mondays & Wednesdays, August 1-17 Time: 10:00-10:45am Fee: 90 St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis Camp Ages 8-18 Tennis camps offered through St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis are fun, challenging and instructional. These camps cater to all skill levels for boys and girls ages 8-18. Beginners follow a progressive format each session learning basic tennis strokes and strategy. Intermediate and Advanced players spend time refining strokes, advancing strategy and competing in match play. Camps are taught by certified tennis teaching professionals and current and former Division I, II, III college tennis players. Director: Ben Putnam, St. Peter’s Grand Slam Tennis Location: FMS, Tri-Courts Session 1 FULL DAY: 41830.1A Session 1 HALF DAY: 41830.1B Dates: Monday-Friday*, July 11-15 Dates: Monday-Friday, July 11-15 Time: 9:00am-4:00pm (*Friday 9:00am-12:00pm) Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Fee: 300 Fee: 210 Session 2 : 41830.1C Dates: Monday-Friday, August 22-26 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Fee: 210 Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Kindergarten Screening Days 7 Come have fun with your classmates. Spend the day playing inside and out, learning new games and working on crafting skills. Pick and choose days or come for all four. Leader: FCP Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Time: 8:30am-3:00pm Fee: 45 Session 1: 42023.1A Thursday, May 26 Session 2: 42023.1B Friday May 27 Session 3: 42023.1C Thursday, June 9 Session 4: 42023.1D Friday, June 10 Martial Arts Falmouth Martial Arts Ages 3 & Up Falmouth Martial Arts (FMA) Taekwondo for Kids teaches traditional Taekwondo, designed to enhance character development skills such as respect, integrity, courtesy, self-confidence, self-esteem and friendship which all develop naturally through the FMA training process. No class on May 30. Instructor: FMA Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Little Ninjas (Ages 3-7) Fee: 170 Session 3: Little Ninjas Mon. & Wed. Session 3: Little Ninjas Tues. & Thurs. Date: Mon. & Wed., May 9-June 29 Date: Tues. & Thurs., May 10-June 30 Time: 5:00-5:30pm Time: 5:00-5:30pm Session: 41142.1A Session: 41142.1B Session 4: Little Ninjas Tues. & Thurs. Date: Tues. & Thurs., July 12-September 1 Time: 5:00-5:30pm Session 41142.1C Beginner (Ages 6 & Up) Fee: 180 Session 3: Beginner Mon. & Wed. Session 3: Beginner Tues. & Thurs. Date: Mon. & Wed., May 9-June 29 Date: Tues. & Thurs., May 10-June 30 Time: 5:30-6:00pm Time: 5:30-6:00pm Session: 41134.1A Session: 41134.1B Session 4: Beginner Tues. & Thurs. Date: Tues.& Thurs., July 12 September 1 Time: 5:30-6:00pm Session: 41134.1C Advanced Ages (8 & Up) Fee: 200 Session 3: Advanced Mon. & Wed. Session 3: Advanced Tues. & Thurs. Date: Tues.-Thurs., May 9 -June 29 Date: Tues. & Thurs., May 10-June 30 Time: 6:00-6:45pm Time: 6:00-6:45pm Session: 41136.1A Session: 41136.1B Session 4: Advanced Tues. & Thurs. Date: Tues.-Thurs., July 12 September 1 Time: 6:00-6:45pm Session: 41136.1C Falmouth Martial Arts Summer Camp Ages 6-12 Join us for a fun filled week of activities. A portion of each day will include age/skill appropriate Taekwondo instruction (no prior experience needed) and some practical self-defense. While Martial Arts is a key component of the program it is not the only focus. Our camp will also include activities that involve games, sports, crafts, and more. Our goal is to provide each child with a physically active, and memorable experience in a fun and safe environment. Instructor: FMA Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Time: 9:00am-4:00pm Fee: 270 Date: June 20-24 Session 1 :41828.1A Date: July 11-15 Session 2: 41828.1B Date: July 25-29 Session 3: 41828.1C Date: August 22-26 Session 4: 41828.1D Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

8 Camp Play-All-Day Entering Gr. K-1 Camp Play-All-Day is for children entering Grades K & 1 (must be age 5 or older on or before October 15, 2022). The program includes creative and stimulating activities, games, nature exploration, sports, theme days and more. We are offering a 1/2 day option for those looking to introduce their child to camp gradually. The 1/2 day option will run Monday-Thursday. This camp is on a shared campus with other FCP camps and operates in conjunction with the traditional Day Camp and will include field trips on Fridays for those attending the full day option. Campers are placed by grade (entering Fall 2022) and group maximums are based on effective camper-to-counselor ratios. Director: Ashlee Quirrion Location: Falmouth High School Max: 20 per grade Full Day per week fee: 253/ 199* Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Session 1 June 27-July 1 Session 2 July 5-8 (4 days)* Session 3 July 11-15 Half Day (M-Th) fee: 169/ 127 Time: 8:30am-12:00pm Session 4 July 18-22 Session 5 July 25-29 Session 6 August 1-5 Day Camp Entering Gr. 2-5 FCP’s Day Camp for children entering Grades 2-5 (Fall 2022) consists of six, one-week sessions. The program includes creative and stimulating activities, games, nature exploration, sports, special trips, theme days, and more. This camp is on a shared campus with the FCP Senior Camp but operates independently with Fridays as designated field trip days. Campers are placed by grade (entering Fall 2022) and group maximums are based on effective camper-to-counselor ratios. Director: Ashlee Quirrion Location: Falmouth High School Fee per week: 253/ 199* Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Max: 20 per grade Session 1 June 27-July 1 Session 2 July 5-8 (4 Days)* Session 3 July 11-15 Session 4 July 18-22 Session 5 July 25-29 Session 6 August 1-5 Senior Camp Entering Gr. 6-8 FCP’s Senior Camp is designed for boys and girls entering Grades 6-8 (Fall 2022). Campers participate in a wide variety of activities, games and theme days. While the Senior Camp may participate in special events with the Day Camp, the camp does operate independently designating Wednesdays as their field trip days. Director: FCP Staff Location: Falmouth High School Fee per week 1-5: 269/ 216* Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Max: 40 per session Fee for week 6: 289** Session 1 June 27-July 1 Session 2 July 5-8* Session 3 July 11-15 Session 4 July 18-22 Session 5 July 25-29 Session 6** August 1-5 **Session 6 includes trips Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. A schedule of trips is available in the Senior Camp Packet and online in each week’s write up. Registration for Session 6 requires attendance in at least one additional session; this is NOT a stand alone week. Registration deadlines are 12:00pm on the Thursday PRIOR to each session! PLEASE NOTE: Those dropping off before 8:30am or picking up after 3:30pm MUST sign up for extended care! Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Gap Camp Entering Gr. K-8 9 Let us help you “fill the gap” for two additional weeks this summer. We will move camp from the school campus to the Mason-Motz Activity Center where we will continue to enjoy all that summer has to offer. Groups will be smaller with daily field trips (weather permitting) and campers divided into three groups: Grades K-2, Grades 3-5, and Grades 6-8. Director: Ashlee Quirrion Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Time: 8:30am-3:30pm Fee per week: 253 Max: 20 per group Session 7 August 8-12 Session 8 August 15-19 **Early Bird Rates** Register by April 29 and receive 10 off each session of any full-day camp listed on pages 8 & 9. Receive 5 off each session of the half day option AM & PM Extended Hours Extended Hours are designed to accommodate parents who are unable to arrange drop off and/or pick up during regular camp hours for any FCP Camp held at the Middle School or High School campus June 27-August 5 (Art & Sports Camps on-campus included). Campers may participate in quiet games, small group activities or open gym. Due to increased staffing demands, space will be limited. Leader: Day Camp Staff Location: FHS, Gym & Cafeteria Max: 30 per session Morning Care Evening Care Time: 7:15-8:30am Fee: 45/ 38*per week Session 1 June 27-July 1 Session 2 July 5-8* (4 Days)* Session 3 July 11-15 Time: 3:30-5:15pm Fee: 63 / 51*per week Session 4 July 18-22 Session 5 July 25-29 Session 6 August 1-5 Session 7 Session 8 August 8-12 August 15-19 Please note: Session 7 & 8 are during Gap Camp and will be held at the Mason-Motz Activity Center. Art Camps “Love It” Art Camp Gr. 2-8 A week-long workshop exploring hand building clay, painting, and drawing. Participants experience the qualities of art through demonstrations and discovery. Supplies provided. Students are encouraged to wear clothing that can get dirty and a smock or apron. Instructor: Meg Lovett, FMS Art Teacher Location: FMS, Art Room Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 235 Grades 2-6 Grades 4-8 Date: Monday-Friday, June 20-24 Date: Monday-Friday, June 27-July 1 Session: 41417.1A Session: 41417.1B Everything and More Art Camp Gr. 1-4 A fun filled week for all young artists. During this week of creativity and creation we’ll experiment with a variety of mediums. We will build with clay, create with wood, draw, craft, and spend some time playing outside too. The emphasis for this art camp week is on exploring the creative process and having fun! Instructor: Kirsten Hackett Location: FES, Room B109 Date: Monday-Friday, July 11-15 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 235 Session: 40430.1A Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

10 Enrichment Camps Mad Variety Lab Gr. 1-6 For the camper who wants to try it all, this Mad Lab Variety camp is for you. This awesome camp has Mad Science’s coolest bits and pieces that will make you go scientifically bonkers. Fast paced experiments; Laser Light, Electricity, Power and Energy, Che-mystery, and Magnets. Instructor: Mad Science Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Date: Monday-Friday, June 20-24 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 357 Session: 41415.1A Coding & Design Camp Gr. 4-8 Let's do it all; Create, Code, 3-D design and print. This camp is for kids interested in hands on activities, building, designing and engineering. Each day campers will explore new technologies and concepts and use those skills to create fun and engaging projects. Instructor: Andy Davidson, FMS Tech teacher Location: FMS, Technology room Date: Monday-Friday, June 20-24 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 230 Session: 41427.1A Musical Theatre Camp Gr. 1-6 Sing, dance, and act this summer. In one fun-filled week, campers will learn songs, dances, and scenes from "Jungle Book". Each day will include drama games, dancing, and team building skills. Campers will also be creating props, costumes as well as scenery for the show. The week will conclude with a live performance on the last day of camp for parents and friends. Instructor: Barry Brinker Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Date; Monday-Friday, June 20-24 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 225 Session: 41424.1A Brixology & Engineering Gr. 1-6 Get ready for the Bridges, Bricks, Blast-Off Brigade. Campers step into the shoes of engineers in this Mad Science “FUN'gineered” camp full of rockets, wacky machines, flying devices, roller coasters and BRICKS. The perfect opportunity for your future engineer to have a blast. Instructor: Mad Science Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Date: Monday-Friday, July 18-22 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 357 Session: 41415.1B Reactions in Action Gr. 1-6 Come take a walk on the wild side of chemistry. Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a Junior Chemist in this camp packed solid with cool reactions. Participants will explore bubbling potions, slimy polymers, color changing liquids, dry ice bubbles, and solids that disappear in an instant. Instructor: Mad Science Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Date: Monday-Friday, August 1-5 Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Fee: 357 Session: 41415.1C Cartooning & Drawing Camp Entering Gr. 2-6 A creative camp perfect for those who like to draw and doodle and use their imagination for art. Acquire new skills and tricks using different materials while learning how to draw action and create comics. Participants will have the chance to share ideas, sharpen skills and have fun doing it. Please pack a snack. Instructor: Simon Adams, FMS Art Teacher Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Date: Monday-Friday, August 22-26 Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Fee: 134 Session: 41414.1A Falmouth Community Programs, 190 Middle Road, Falmouth, Maine 04105 www.falmouthme.org

Davinci Experience Camps 11 Experienced teachers lead small groups and explore new themes each week as campers have lots of fun participating in art projects, hands-on science activities and outdoor games. Instructor: DaVinci Experience Staff Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Full Day (Ages 4-13) Half Day (Ages 4-7) Extended Day Option Time: 8:00am-3:00pm Time: 8:00am-12:00pm Time: 3:00pm-5:30pm Fee: 310 Fee: 200 Fee: 90 Eccentric Art Mechanics of Mysteries In this brain teaser of a week, we will mix mysteries and puzzles. We will solve daily word puzzles, visual puzzles, and riddles. Date: Monday-Friday, July 18-22 Full Day: 41410.1B Half Day:41419.1B Campers will create a menagerie of spectacular masterpieces, dabbling in all kinds of different art mediums. Date: Monday-Friday, July 25-29 Full Day:41410.1D Half Day: 41419.1D The Art of Acting Science of Sorcery Explore both the onstage and offstage aspects of theater. Mini-performances and creating costumes and sets using recycled materials. Date: Monday-Friday, August 1-5 Full Day: 41410.1C Half Day: 41419.1C Magical activities include dancing rice, expanding soap, electrifying gummy worms, creating magic wands, brewing potions, casting spells, and more! Date: Monday-Friday, August 8-12 Full Day: 41410.1E Half Day: 41419.1E Picasso to Pop Art From abstract to prints, from the 17th century to the 21st. Learn about famous artists as you paint like Picasso and make prints like Andy Warhol. Date: Monday-Friday, August 15-19 Full Day: 41410.1F Half Day:41419.1F High Touch/High Tech Science Camps Our sizzlin’ summer camps beat the summer brain drain and keep the campers buzzing. Make your summer sizzle with STEM-tastic, Hands-On, FUN Science. Location: Mason-Motz Activity Center Time: 9:00am-3:00pm Human Interstellar Escapades, Gr. 1-6 Go on an amazing journey to learn all about the human body and how to become an astronaut. Explore outer space from nebulae to the moon and eclipses. Discover how robotics and machines help us solve problems. Dates: Monday-Friday, June 27–July 1 Fee: 370 Session: 40431.1A Down Deep, Gr. 1-6 Ente

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