Keystone Science School summer camps are for kids ages 5-17 and combine Science, Adventure, and FUN! Programs include overnight, adventure, and day camp. Campers will get a perfect blend of a traditional camp experience with amazing outdoor adventures and science education.
Free Days occur throughout the year, thanks to funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). No tickets are needed for admission to Free Days. Free Days are for regular Gardens hours only and do not include ticketed events.
Enjoy the open prairie and it's diversity of plant and animal life as you search for resident birds. Whether you are new to birding or a seasoned pro, this is a great opportunity to meet other bird enthusiasts.
Camps run Monday to Thursday, 10am - 3pm
Early drop off - no extra charge - (Inform Elaine of dates and times)
Late pickup to 6:00pm - $10 per day
All equipment included
Limited capacity so sign up early
Friday, July 5 10 AM to 8 PM 8 PM to 10 PM Festival Night
Saturday, July 6 10 AM to 8 PM 8 PM to 10 PM Festival Night
Sunday, July 7 10 AM to 6 PM
Accessibility hour for best mobility
Sunday, July 7 10 am
On the first Saturday of every month, you can enjoy our art collections and non-ticketed exhibitions without spending a dime! Free general admission tickets are available on-site starting at 10 am. Some special exhibitions may require additional ticket. It's the perfect opportunity to introduce your kids to art!
This camp helps young musicians learn the basics of playing their instrument, beginning music theory, stage presence, and the dynamics of playing in a group. Students will learn a variety of rock songs and perform a rock concert for family and friends.
The 5th Annual Run for the Ring 5K Run/Walk will be held on August 3, 2019 at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes bringing patients, loyal supporters, and running enthusiasts together to run for the “brass ring” – the cure.
The Greek goddess Athena saw owls as protectors while the Hopi see burrowing owls as gods of death. Come learn about the owls native to Aurora and some of the mythology historically associated with them.
Our school break camps are specifically designed day camp programs taking place during school vacations. Each program has a unique theme combining science, adventure, and FUN! Campers can attend for a day or the full week and some of the sessions include an overnight option for a unique camp experience.