Join the Museum at Prairiefire and the DLR Group design and engineering professionals for the Dinovation Challenge, a one-day workshop Thursday, June 15, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., that will challenge students to solve problems creatively to build a better dinosaur.
The time has finally come for your child to head off to summer camp. Did you pick the right camp? Did you pack the right clothes? What if your child gets homesick while away? These are all things to consider now to start preparing for a successful and enriching experience.
Barbara Noble displays a first Reel Spirit Young Filmmaker Showcase trophy.Photo by Lynn Wade.
Kids who are curious about the art of filmmaking can get in on the, “lights, camera, ACTION!” at Reel Spirit filmmaking camps, presented by the Kansas City Film Festival. Board chair and camp coordinator Barbara Noble is responsible for showing kids the production ropes — the rest is up to them. When it comes down to it, “It’s about storytelling,” she said, and it’s about all the joy, work and fun of making the story come to life.
Is your teen thinking about a career in engineering? Or does she love playing clarinet in the school band? With the busy school year about to end, summer is a great time for high schoolers to pursue their interests with a camp or program. Below are some of the great summer programs you’ll find for teens in the Kansas City area.