Make X-CAMP a big part of your summer
Join us for the University of Montana Western's X-Camp: Operation Explore. Now in it's third year, X-Camp provides two weeks of exploration, adventure and learning in summer 2016. Growing each year, X-Camp is truly an opportunity to learn while doing.
Campers will learn skills and gain knowledge in two, one-week sessions including:
Eco-Explorer (July 18-22)
Our eco-explorers will discover the natural world and the adaptations that allow a variety of wildlife to thrive in southwestern Montana. From magnifying nature's smallest creatures to engineering animal habitats and exploring Montana Western's campus garden where campers will learn what it takes to grow their food.
Making Your Own Path (August 1-5)
Campers will investigate their surroundings and adapt to challenges on the path to the prize. Clues will help guide them along the way. An interactive look at map creation and time travel will keep explorers on their toes as they learn.
X-Camp is open to incoming second through fifth graders and costs $100 per session.
Early registration not required but strongly encouraged.
Please contact Tori Durham or Christina Peltier at the School of Outreach at 406-683-7537 or 406-683-7324 or send an email to Tori at email@example.com for more information and to register your child(ren).
The School of Outreach invites you to join us for the annual Administrative Professionals Day Luncheon. Enjoy entertainment while dining on a delicious lunch catered by UMW’s fine dining services. Door prizes are provided by generous local merchants. Please RSVP by April 18.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016; 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. UMW campus, Lewis & Clark Room Fee: $17/person or $15/person if more than three people attend from the same office.
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