The Kopernik Observatory will once again hold it’s summer camps, and this year they are both virtual and in-person opportunities.

The Kopernik Observatory and Science Center offers kids grades 2 through 12 an opportunity to explore and learn with high tech adventures in science, math, technology and engineering.

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The camp is sponsored by the Link Foundation, in memory of its founder, inventor and explorer, Edwin A. Link, the camps introduce the fields in a fun hands-on environment.

This is the 29th year Kopernik has offered these camps, and as we bounce back from the pandemic, there will be a mixture of virtual camp, and in person camp experiences, with a limited number of students for each camp, so if you’re interested in registering your child, Kopernik recommends you do so early.

The Camps will run Monday through Friday from 9am to 3pm, register before June 2nd to avoid late fee registration, and Kopernik offers early drop off and late pick up for an additional fee, financial aid is available for those who can show financial need.


Classes begin the last week of June, to see a list of classes and topics CLICK HERE

To register your child for the Link Summer STEM Exploration camps CLICK HERE

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