2017 Summer Programs

Portals to the Past Children’s Summer Programs:

 2017 summer brochure

To register, please call 631-265-6768 or email education@smithtownhistorical.org.  All camps are weekly registrations and run from 9:30 -Noon each day. Snacks and drinks are included. Spots are filling quickly, don’t miss out!

Week One June 26-June 30: Crafts Week

Not your usual camp crafts! Create fun & easy crafts with a historical twist.

They make great gifts too!

Week Two July 3–July 7 – (NO CAMP on JULY 4th) Summer Chefs!

Kick summer into high gear by making some yummy treats for you & your family to enjoy!

Please alert staff of any food allergies when registering!

Week Three July 10–July 14: Spa Secrets

Did you know that some of the spa luxuries we enjoy today are not much different than those necessities from the past? Spend some time creating modern luxuries with roots in the past.

Week Four July 17-July 21: Life on the Farm

Learn what life was like growing up on a farm by taking care of the animals and garden at the Arthur Farm. We will work hard and have lots of fun!

Week Five July 24–July 28: Paper Arts!

From origami to quilling, paper sculpting and more, learn how to use ordinary paper products to create extraordinary paper arts!

Week Six  July 31—Aug 4: Summer Sweets!

Make candy, enjoy a day working with local chocolatiers Yottabyte and end the week with an Ice Cream Social, making and enjoying homemade ice cream!

Please alert staff of any food allergies when registering!

Week Seven  August Aug 7–Aug 11: Art with Arline and Comic Book Illustrator John Stanisci

Let your creativity soar this week, with various art and sculpture projects under the instruction of returning artist Arline Goldstein on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Spend Tuesday & Thursday with Marvel & DC Comics Illustrator John Stanisci learning the “tools of the trade”

Week Eight August 14-Aug 18: Fun with Fiber!

String art or weaving, felting or crocheting, we do it all here at SHS. Join us in learning the many skills of making fiber arts.

Week Nine August 21–Aug 25: Long Island Kids, Then, Today & Tomorrow

This week we will have fun exploring how children lived, learned, played, and even worked on Long Island through out the years, experience similarities and differences of the past with the present, and engage in projects that will help us predict what we think the future holds.







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