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Educational summer camps in NW Florida

Play, Learn, Grow Summer Camp and Teen Leadership Program

Dates: June 4 - July 6 Where: Brownsville Community Resource Center, 3200 W. De Soto St. Cost: $35 per session, per family up to four

Escambia County students ages 5-15 may attend the Play, Learn, Grow Summer Camp and Teen Leadership Program at Brownsville Community Resource Center, 3200 W. De Soto St.

Play, Learn, Grow offers a stimulating environment for youth ages 5-12, with recreation, arts and crafts, educational activities and more. The Teen Leadership Program is open to youth ages 13-15. The program is $35 per session, per family (up to four children), which includes breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack. Two sessions will be offered, running Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.:

Session 1: Monday, June 4 - Friday, July 6

Session 2: Monday, July 9 - Friday, Aug. 10

Proof of child's age and Escambia County school enrollment are required. Acceptable verification documents include a report card or progress report from the current school year. For more information, please contact the Escambia County Neighborhood & Human Services Department at 595-3130.

Play, Learn Grow Summer Camp and Feeding Program

Dates: June 4 - August 10 Where: Ebonwood Community Center, located at 3511 W. Scott St. Cost: Free

Escambia County students ages 5-15 are invited to participate in the Play, Learn, Grow Summer Camp and Feeding Program June 4 through Aug. 10 at the Ebonwood Community Center, located at 3511 W. Scott St. This free summer program promotes a strong and healthy lifestyle while building youth's learning skills, attitudes and behaviors.

Registration is required and will take place at the Ebonwood Community Center Monday, May 21 through Friday, May 25 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

The Play, Learn, Grow Summer Camp and Feeding Program will take place Mondays-Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program offers fun and engaging activities in a safe, structured environment, and nutritional lunches are provided each day.

For more information, contact Leroy Williams with the Escambia County Department of Neighborhood & Human Services at 850-426-1156 or lewilliams@myescambia.com

Heritage Scholars Camp

Dates: July 9 - 13 Where: Ebonwood Community Center, located at 3511 W. Scott St. Cost: Free

This year the Heritage Scholars Camp will be collaborating with the Ebonwood Community Center and their Summer Camp program. They will be conducting camp all summer, and the AAHS will be putting on our program July 9 through July 13!

If you're interested in the Heritage Scholars Camp, register for the camp for that week. Registration this year is FREE! For more information contact the African America Heritage Society at 850.469.1456. For registration contact Leroy Williams at 850.426.1156.

Discovering Luna's World

Date; June 25 - 29 Where: Museum of Commerce Cost: $115

Led by Don Tristán de Luna, the first Spanish settlers in Pensacola braved the Gulf of Mexico and trusted their lives to an unknown land and future. A terrible hurricane destroyed Luna’s settlement shortly after the founding. Clues to this lost colonial past surround us today. Join professional historians and archaeologists from UWF to explore Pensacola’s colonial history and uncover clues about the lives of the many people who called this area home. Focusing on a real-life approach to uncovering the past, Discovering Luna’s World draws from all STEAM disciplines to encourage curiosity, creativity and problem solving! Engaging and fun activities include experimental archaeology investigations, historical research, archaeological and historical site tours and many other hands-on activities. Details are available through the UWF Continuing Education Program, https://uwf.edu/continuinged/departments/explore-summer-camps/camp-listings-by-grade/incoming-4th-grade/discovering-lunas-world.html

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