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Environmental arts camp to provide educational fun during April vacation

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Kids who are curious about art and nature have a great opportunity to learn more about both subjects during New Hampshire’s April school vacation week.

The Children’s Museum of New Hampshire in Dover is offering an Environmental Arts Camp for kids ages7-10 from Tuesday, April 24 – Thursday, April 26. This half-day camp will meet from 9:30 am – noon at the Children’s Museum on all three days.

Environmental Arts Camp activities and experiences will be led by Museum educators, guestartists and local scientists. Highlights will include drawing with a scientific illustrator, exploring the world of insects with an entomologist, and learning about local wildlife and their habitats.

Registration for Environmental Arts Camp is now open. The fee is $80 for Children’s Museum members and $90 for non-members. Camp class size is limited to 12 children. To register, please call Lauren Foxall at the Children’s Museum of NH at 603-742-2002 during weekday business hours. More information on all Children’s Museum programs can be found at




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