TWIN CITIES CULTURE & HISTORY CAMPS
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German Language Camps | 301 Summit Avenue, St. Paul
Weekly, June 17–August 23 | ages 5-13 | $150 ($130 GAI members)
Kids explore themes including the environment, STEM, science & nature, cooking & baking, and arts & crafts, while learning some German. Several weeks of “Intro to German” are also offered. For ages 5 to 13. Half-day, full-day, and extended care are available.
American Swedish Institute | Minneapolis
Viking Voyage Preschool Camp: Wednesdays July 10, July 17, July 24 & July 31 | ages 3-5 | $50 member / $60 non-member
Dakota City offers a Master Apprentice Teen Camp ages in June or Junior Apprentice Camp ages in July, Mon – Thurs, 9am – 3pm | ages 6-12 | $55-$135 depending on session
“Homestead 101” camp offered in 2 sessions: June 10-13 & June 17-20 | ages 6-14 | $125-$245
Gammelgarden Museum | Scandia
Little Green Frog Day Camp offers half or full-day options | grades K-5 | $60 per session
Gibbs Farm | Falcon Heights
Gibbs Farm Dakota Day Camps run Tues-Thurs from 6/18/19-8/22/19. There are options for 4 & 5 year olds as well | ages 6-10 | $99-$149
Minnesota Historical Society | Twin Cities metro-area
The MHS offers summer camp programming at the following historic sites: Alexander Ramsey House, Fort Snelling, and Mill City Museum | ages | $45-$235 per session
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