BCAP Summer Camp
Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program
DATES: 2 week sessions:
- June 30-July 11
- July 14-July 25
- July 28-Aug 8
Free early drop-off. Stay&Play after-care option.
PRICE: $675, financial aid available
REGISTER: Online at www.bklynpubliclibrary.org/bcap/register
Early bird discount through Feb 28th!
*NEW: BCAPteen Media Leadership Project
6-week program for ages 13-17 with a stipend! www.bklynpubliclibrary.org/bcap/teen
Applications due April 1st. Program orientation June 14th.
Program dates: June 30th- August 8th, Mon-Fri, 9am-3:30pm
BCAP is celebrating its 16th year as an award-winning summer day camp in the heart of Brooklyn! Our unique program is based on a partnership between the six treasured cultural institutions that our young adventurers call home:
During our two-week summer camp, adventurers visit two institutions on our "Cultural Campus" each day. There, they engage in creative projects, exploration, experimentation, games, challenges, and educator led tours that weave connections between art, world culture, literature, history, nature, technology, and science. This summer our theme is “Air, Earth, Water, Fire: Dare to discover how the forces of nature can create, destroy, or inspire!”
Our team of experienced educators and counselors are committed to
helping our adventurers grow-- intellectually, socially, personally, and creatively-- in our safe, welcoming, and FUN camp community. Please see our website for details, testimonials, and more. Registration is online, and camp starts filling up by mid-April, so register early. We hope to see you this summer!
Erin Shaw, camp director
email: [email protected]
phone: (718) 230-2753
BCAP is a program of Brooklyn Public Library.
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Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP) is an award-winning day camp based on a unique partnership among six institutions in the heart of Brooklyn: Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Prospect Park, and Prospect Park Zoo. During our two-week Summer Camp for ages 7-12, “Adventurers” visit two institutions each day where they engage in creative projects, exploration, games, challenges, and tours that weave connections between art, world culture, literature, history, nature, technology, and science. The BCAPteen Media Leadership Project is a 6-week summer program for teens.
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