BAMA – Summer Camps

The Belton Area Museum Association announces two sessions in July and August of camps

for children, ages 7 – 12. Interactive activities, lots of fun, and great guest presenters will

give your child a chance to become a meteorologist or a space explorer this summer.

During the Wild Weather Camp, July 25 – 27, campers will learn about different types of

weather patterns, weather forecasting, and extreme weather conditions. They will become

amateur meteorologists, learning how to predict weather and create weather maps. There

will be hands on learning experiences and experiments. Special presenters and activities

make each day unique.

During BAMA Space Camp, August 1 – 3, campers will study the sun, moon, and stars,

asteroids and comets, and explore the planets in our solar system as well. With the solar

eclipse happening on August 21, campers will learn more about this special astronomical

event in addition to making a device to help them watch it safely in person. A special guest

presenter will join the group during the week.

Each three-day, two-hour camp week costs $45 for BAMA members and $55 for non-

members. BAMA memberships start for families at $30, so joining would offer a deep

discount in addition to many other perks throughout the year.

Due to the patronage of the WebbCraft Family Foundation, two scholarships for ASD2

students are available for tuition each camp week. Please contact BAMA Executive Director,

Abigail Burden, at 338-7400 for details.

Go to the Belton Area Museum Association Facebook page or visit our website at to access applications. Print them out and send them in to

reserve your child’s spot today.

Spots are limited, so don’t delay!


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