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We are having a blast this summer at Camp Cummer!



Camp CummerStudents are making beautiful clay creations, sketching in the gardens, painting with watercolors, and using a printing press to create their own monoprints. We also have the St. Johns Riverkeeper visit us every Wednesday to give us an interactive presentation on topics ranging from the culture of the Timucua Indians to animals that live in the St. Johns River.

Camp 3

Fun, creativity, and imagination are running wild at the Museum this summer!  Don’t miss out on the excitement, there is still space left!  Enroll your child today in up to two weeks of camp! One RED and one BLUE week.  Please call 904.355.0630 to register. 

Camp 2

Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Members $180, Non-members $200

Elementary: Camp Cummer (Entering 1st-6th grade)

(BLUE)  Week 4:  July 8 -12

(RED) Week 5:  July 15- 19

(BLUE)  Week 6:  July 22 – 26

Middle School: Camp Cummer (Entering 6th-9th grade)

July 29 – August 2

Extended Care is available for Elementary School Camp ONLY.

Morning Care: 8-8:45 a.m.-$20 per week

Afternoon Care: 3:30-5 p.m.- $30 per week

Camp 1

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