HANC Summer Day Camps - Mornings only
For kids entering grades 1-6*Roseville Parks and Recreation staff will continue to evaluate, monitor, and alter programs to meet the requirements determined by the MDH and CDC. Programs may be cancelled, postponed, or altered due to updated requirements, staffing availability, participation numbers, or other concerns.
HANC's 2020 mornings-only day camps have been modified in accordance with CDC and Minnesota Department of Health guidelines for youth programming during the COVID-19 pandemic.* Please see documents below for safety information.
Program Modification Guide COVID-19
HANC Camps Safety Sheet
Campers will enjoy mornings of fun nature education adapted for social distancing and proper personal hygiene. Campers should be prepared for the outdoors: bring rain gear, sunscreen, insect repellent & water bottles. A morning snack will be provided. Regular $173, RV Resident $165.
To register for programs, call Roseville Parks and Rec. at 651-792-7006 or register online. Note you can also click the Program # in chart below to register for each individual camp.
|Jun 22-26||Dem Bones||1243.304||6-9|
|June 29- Jul 3||Nature's Kitchen Supreme||1243.305||9-12|
|Jul 6-10||Forces of Nature||1243.306||9-12|
|Jul 13-17||Nature's Kitchen Supreme||1243.307||6-9|
|Jul 20-24||Sensational Spiders||1243.308||6-9|
|Jul 27-31||Sensational Spiders||1243.309||6-9|
|Aug 3-7||Stone Soup||1243.310||6-9|
|Aug 10-14||Dem Bones||1243.311||6-9|
|Aug 17-21||Forces of Nature||1243.312||7-10|
Nature's Kitchen Supreme
Explore Minnesota biomes, soil formation, and bee behavior while trying supremely delicious recipes to make things like blueberry muffins, a "Three Sisters" soup, sticky homey treats, and more.
Do frogs have bones? Do snakes have tails? How are bird wings like human arms? Answer these questions and more as you build a skeleton, examine animal skulls, compare your bones and explore body movements.
Forces of Nature
Turn sunlight into energy, harness the wind, and capture the power of water. Explore nature's energy sources by making and racing solar cars, designing your own kite, launching water bottle rockets and more!
Meet a tarantula, explore Arachnid relatives, go on a web hunt and try some spider foods (yes, real bugs!). Also learn about tick safety, discover the truth about Daddy Longlegs, and try out a weaving project.
Explore the world of rocks and minerals, traveling sediments, gigantic earth movements, and prehistoric animal fossils. Prepare a delicious "Stone Soup" with HANCs very own special soup=making stone!