The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s Rising Tide program is offering five weeks of summer camp at CBMM teaching students basic boatbuilding skills in a welcoming, relaxed environment. Sessions will be held June 19-23, July 3-7, July 24-28, August 7-11 and August 21-25.A full-day, hands-on program for students entering grades six to nine, campers will create, explore, and have fun through Bay focused activities. Each week-long camp includes woodworking and boatbuilding, on-the-water activities, and adventures to locations such as Wye Island and Tuckahoe State Park.
CBMM’s Rising Tide program is made possible through the generous, lead support of the Wallace Genetic Foundation and Seip Family Foundation. Major support is also provided by Sandy and Bruce Hammonds, the Bryan Brothers Building Dreams for Youth Foundation, and the Dock Street Foundation. Additional generous support is provided by the Arthur H. Kudner Jr. Fund of the Mid-Shore Community Foundation, Penny and John Albertine, Martha and Alfred Sikes, Ellen and Richard Bodorff, and Wiley Rein LLP.
The program is free, with participation limited and advanced registration needed.
To register a student, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-745-4974. For more information about CBMM’s Rising Tide program, visit bit.ly/CBMMRisingTide.
Established in 1965, the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is dedicated to preserving and exploring the history, environment, and people of the Chesapeake Bay, with values of relevancy, authenticity, and stewardship guiding its mission. More information is at www.cbmm.org
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