The Bisbee Science Lab is proud to present a socially distanced STEM summer camp at the San Jose Annex! Your children will be outside (inside for inclement weather) to learn about germs, solar energy, engineering, biology, and many more fun and exciting STEM topics through hands-on (but appropriately distanced) games and activities!
We will be offering two, one-week camp opportunities for kids 8-12, with each week covering the same materials. Our first session begins July 13 through the 17th and runs from 8:30 to 12:30. The second session begins July 20 through the 24th, also, from 8:30 to 12:30. Our registration form can be found HERE. Please, also review our PROGRAM POLICIES for information on cancellations, time changes, and more.
Our camps are limited to the first fifteen registrations. We will limit each child’s participation to one of the two sessions, allowing more kids to participate.
Participants must be 8 to 12 years old and will want to attend each day of the camp to take full advantage of the learning activities which are created to build on knowledge gained throughout the camp experience.
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Science Fridays are a weekly learning event that is free to the public and open to children K-12. Participants will be able to learn about science by performing fun and exciting hands-on science experiments. It's loads of fun so make sure to bring your children! Science Fridays are held from 1:00 - 3:00 PM at 519 Melody Lane every Friday. This event is hosted by the Bisbee Science Lab in partnership with 4-H, the National Parks Service, and the Arizona Science Center. Tickets are not required. Entry is completely free and open to the public.
*Transportation Assistance Offered*
If your child would like to attend any of our events but is unable due to transportation issues, the Bisbee Science Lab offers free bus passes to children 8+. For more information please email us at
If you have any questions about the Bisbee Science Lab or any of our events, please email us at
Go to our Science Friday page to find out how you can participate in this project at home!