Rising second through ninth graders can promote their creativity and problem solving skills at the ninth annual Rocket to Creativity Camp at Western Carolina University this summer. The camp lasts from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, June 27, through Friday, July 1, in the Killian Building on campus. Children will choose from 18 interest areas including crime scene investigation, robotics, spy and espionage, animation, inventions and more. Parents may attend a showcase of the children’s projects on July 1.
Registration is $125 and includes lunch each day in the Courtyard Dining Hall at WCU. 828.227.7397 or learn.wcu.edu.