Send Your Kids to National Corvette Museum Summer Camp
When you hear the phrase “Corvette Summer,” you probably (and rightfully) think of everybody’s favorite Mark Hamill film, Corvette Summer:
Man, how come J.J. Abrams isn’t directing a reboot of that 70s classic?
Anyway, the phrase “Corvette Summer” could also refer to a kid’s summer camp that the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky is hosting this year. NCM, in collaboration with the Edlebrock Family Foundation, will be offering five day-long camps in July that mix cars with STEM education.
There are a variety of fun themes being explored: Minecraft on July 9th and 30th, Sinkhole Science on July 20th, Superhero Science on July 27th, and Wild Weather on July 31st. Each camp day runs from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and both early drop-off and late pick up are available.
Best of all, the campers get to take a ride in a Corvette, and see how the car is built with a tour of the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. Your kids will also get the enlightening opportunity to talk with a Corvette Plant engineer.
Make this reason #56,372 we wish we were still kids.
It’s just $45 per camp day, so if you think your little gearhead would be interested, you can register them or learn more at www.corvettemuseum.org.
News Source: GM Authority