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Virtual Summer Camps

Have you ever wondered…

  • How much Mac the Moose weighs?
  • How to measure the wind?
  • How to turn saskatoon berries into ink?
  • How to communicate in Morse code?

Register for our Virtual Camps and explore Saskatchewan like never before! Most activities are designed for explorers aged 6-10, but since curiosity has no age limit, our Virtual Camps are open to all ages.

The WDM values accessibility. Our Virtual Camps are free to ensure they are open to everyone. If you don’t have access to the internet or a printer, a limited number of pre-printed camp kits are available for curbside pick-up at your local WDM. Kit requests must be made by the Wednesday before the Camp week starts to allow us time to put together them together

Register for Virtual Summer Camps Here >>

 

Week 1: In the Air

July 13 – 17, 2020

Explore Saskatchewan’s living skies! Discover birds and butterflies in your own backyard, record-breaking weather events like the Regina Cyclone and the history of the Snowbirds and aviation.

 

 

Week 2: Settler Life 100 Years Ago

July 20 – 24, 2020

What was settler life like 100 years ago? What games did kids play? What did people eat? Today, everything is “cool” – but what slang words were used in 1910? Experience a day in the life of someone a century ago.

 

Week 3: Love this Land

Young girl looks at a computer screen. On the screen are two nearly identical photos side by side. The photos are of an exhibit at the WDM Moose Jaw - a small boat pulled up to a dock. One man in the boat hands a cooler to another on the dock.July 27 – 31, 2020

What makes Saskatchewan special? Join in a rap song about Saskatchewan lakes, explore your ideal cross-province road trip, and discover recipes using local ingredients.

 

 

 

Week 4: Make Your Own Museum

Homemade exhibit about toysAugust 10 – 14, 2020

What is history? How are exhibits made? What kind of jobs are there in a museum? Join WDM staff in exploring behind the scenes of the Museum. Learn how to make your own exhibit, create a COVID – 19 time capsule, and discover how to care for artifacts.

 

 

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