Students can follow in the footsteps of marine biologists this holiday season at Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s 2018 Fall/Winter Seasonal Camps which kick off on Labor Day, September 3. Register your aspiring scientists so they can learn the journey of our sea turtle patients through their recovery. Camp participants will get a chance to learn about conservation tools they can employ to make sure no sea turtles get injured on their watch!
All seasonal camp days correspond with The School District of Palm Beach County’s 2018-2019 School Calendar.
- Fall/Winter Camp runs on select days from September 3 to January 21.
- Spring Camp runs March 18-22 and April 19.
Students ages 6-10 years may attend, and those students who are six years old must have completed Kindergarten prior to registration.
The cost for each attendee is $60 per day. One day and multi-day sessions are available.
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (Late pick-up, 5 p.m. is available for $10 more a day)
Registration is now open at marinelife.org/seasonal-camp. A Welcome Packet is required on the first morning in order to participate.
For more information, contact the LMC education team at email@example.com or 561-627-8280, x119.
About Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a nonprofit sea turtle hospital that promotes conservation of ocean ecosystems with a focus on threatened and endangered sea turtles. The Center features an on-site campus hospital, research laboratory, educational exhibits and aquariums, and also operates the Juno Beach Pier, which hosts world-class angling and sightseeing. Situated on one of the world’s most important sea turtle nesting beaches, Loggerhead Marinelife Center is open daily and hosts over 350,000 guests free-of-charge each year. In late 2017, the Center launched their Waves of Progress capital expansion campaign, designed to accelerate and amplify LMC’s conservation and education impact. When complete, the facility will offer one of the world’s most advanced and unique experiences for guests and scientific partners. For more information, visit marinelife.org or call (561) 627-8280.