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  • Gallup Hill Prisms & Rainbows (Grades K-6)

    Friday, February 12th     1:15-4:15 pm

    Enrollment: minimum 10 students

    Cost: $40

    Explore the science and myths behind prisms and rainbows. Learn all about the science of prisms, discover the colors of the rainbow, create your own rainbow, and investigate how white light is made of such beautiful colors. Finally hear about myths from many cultures that relate to rainbows. Registration due: Feb. 5th, please contact Gallup Hill to register.     

     
  • Gallup Hill Plant Science (Grades K-6)

    Friday, April 8th     1:15-4:15 pm

    Enrollment: minimum 10 students

    Cost: $40

    April showers bring May flowers, and other awesome plants. Learn how some plants grow and survive, investigate meat eating plants, sample and press your own plants to make a herbarium, and create your own biome in a baggie. Registration due: April 8th, please contact Gallup Hill to register.     

     
  • Watershed Wonders (Grades 1-4)

    Tuesdays 4:00-5:30        December 1, 8 & 15

    Enrollment: minimum 6 students

    Cost: $60

    Water is important for living things, but where does the water we use come from? Explore watersheds and water cycles by creating collages, building a model watershed, and taking a closer look at the living organisms that call our watershed, home.     

     
  • Marine Science Ornament Art

    Sunday, December 6            1:00-2:00 pm

    Minimum: 6 participants               Cost: $15/participant

    The holidays are here, but do you miss summer?  Bring summer indoors with ornaments and decorations made with shells and other marine artifacts found on the beach.   Discover what animal each shell came from, how sea glass is formed, and how to tie decorative knots.   You may bring your own artifacts or you can use some from our collection.     

     
  • Gallup Hill Science of Bioluminescence (Grades K-6)

    Friday, December 11th     1:15-4:15 pm

    Enrollment: minimum 10 students

    Cost: $40

    Take a peek into a dark world where animals use light to communicate and discover bioluminescence. Investigate how angler fish, fireflies and comb jellies make light, create your own bioluminescent animals, and discover just how tricky in can be to live in a completely darkened environment.  Registration due: Dec. 8th, please contact Gallup Hill to register.     

     
  • Big Blue Odyssey (Ages 10-13)

    July 25-29, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm  $190/week

    Includes: boogie boarding, kayaking, snorkel adventures, playing in the salt pond & the ocean   

    Foray into the marine wilderness within Winnapaug Salt Pond and the Atlantic Ocean.  Search local sites for baby marine birds, use engineering to develop new model hydro turbines, take a kayak journey, whip around waves on a boogie board, and travel to diverse biomes inside different watersheds within the salt pond and the ocean.   

     
  • Ocean Riders (Ages 10-13)

    August 8-12, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm  $190/week

    Includes: a taste of surfing, boogie boarding, stand up paddleboarding, kayaks, snorkel adventures, playing in the salt pond & the ocean   

    Come ride the ocean on a variety of water craft including stand up paddle boards, kayaks, boogie boards and even surfboards.  Relate adventures to buoyancy, ocean forces, marine debris, animal habitats, and animal diversity.   

     
  • Week 10 (August 22-26)

    Body Zone (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

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    Have you ever wondered how big you are compared to a blue whale, or what similarities your body has to a squid, or even how far you can jump compared to a kangaroo.  Learn more about our own astonishing bodies, compare our bodies to some amazing animals, and perform a squid dissection. 

    $220/week

     
  • Week 10 (August 22-26)

    Rube Goldberg Outdoor Science (PM Session, 1 pm - 4 pm)

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    Use the Rube Goldberg philosophy to plan, create, and build new contraptions in the outdoors.  Experiment with the Rube Goldberg design process, create a new feeding method for the aquarium animals, make a safe animal catching device, and create your own apparatus that can function in the outdoors. 
    Includes: Engineering, boat trips, & snorkel adventures 

    $220/week

     
  • Ladies Night (Ages 16+)

    $20/night or $150/season

    Thursdays; 5:30-7:00 pm; June 23-Sept 1

    It's summer time and Thursday nights are ladies night. Come and enjoy some girl time while sailing! Our Sonars are a great way to gain more confidence sailing around Fishers Island Sound with one of our instructors. Join the group right next door for drinks after.