Wayfinding Camp featured in Island Scene
Imiloa Astronomy Center helps keiki find the fun in science. Their youth camp, Camp Imi-possible, is offered during school breaks. At the camp, students learn about topics like water, bugs, and oceanic navigation from presenters and hands-on activities.
Mika Grohs, a Waiakea Elementary School student who hopes to become a doctor, attended the camp twice and learned about health topics like rat lungworm disease and local animals like the puu koa, a shimmery insect found only in Hawaii. “She would come home every day with an art project and was excited to share what she learned,” her mom, Laurie, says.
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