Where the Sky Meets the Sea

An Oceanic Navigation Camp for Kids ages 5-10

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Come along on a voyage of discovery!


Camp ‘Imi-Possible is back for Fall break (October 7-11th) and proudly presents “Where the Sky Meets the Sea”—a week-long program that takes campers on an oceanic navigation adventure.

To prepare for their camp voyage, campers will build their wa‘a, make traditional cordage using indigenous fibers, and learn what preparations are needed when packing the wa‘a for the journey. Students will spend time in our planetarium to learn the night time skies above Hawai‘i and how to navigate using the stars and the horizon.

In addition to using a large interactive star compass, students will learn various tools used in oceanic navigation, including the stars, the moon, ocean currents, wind patterns, weather, floatsoms, and animal life.

Filled with hands-on activities, games, and STEM-based art projects, this camp is sure to engage.

Let’s discover how far we can go!

Member Registration
begins August 16
General Registration begins August 20

Download your registration packet and parent handbook below...

To register, please submit COMPLETED registration packet and payment to ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center’s Guest Services (Open Tuesday - Sunday, 9am-5pm - Closed on Mondays). Incomplete forms will not be accepted. Spaces are first come, first serve. Tuition is non-refundable.