Summer Camps


Visit the Calendar for a complete listing of all the Museum's programming for kids.

2018 Summer Camps

REGISTRATION FOR 2018 SUMMER CAMPS OPENS JANUARY 8, 2018.

Current registration status is kept current on individual camp registration pages, available by selecting a camp below. Summer Camp Registrations are not finalized until you have selected "Checkout," completed payment information, and then click the red "Complete Order" button.

Please register your child for the grade they will be entering in the Fall of 2018. 

Please note: To register your camper for the waitlist please select the camp and complete the registration. Your child will automatically be added to the respective waitlist.

Updated Friday, March 30, 3:30PM 

DATES

GRADES 1-2

GRADES 3-5

GRADES 6-8

 June 18 -22

Astronauts-In-Training (Waitlist)

Planet of the Dinosaurs (Waitlist)

Backyard Ballistics (Waitlist)

 June 25 - 29

Backyard Ballistics (Waitlist)

Astronauts-In-Training (Waitlist)

Planet of the Dinosaurs (Waitlist)

 

 July 9 -13

Little Museum on the Prairie (Waitlist)

Noisy Science (Waitlist 5+)

Backyard Ballistics (Waitlist)

 July 16 -20

Noisy Science (Waitlist)

Little Museum on the Prairie (Waitlist 5+)

STEM on Two Wheels (3 left)

 July 23 -27

Engineering Excitement (Waitlist)

Illuminati Confirmed (Waitlist 5+)

Don't Try This at Home (Waitlist)

 July 30 -
August 3

Illuminati Confirmed

Yellowstone Explorers (Waitlist)

Engineering Excitement (Waitlist 5+)

 

 August 6 - 10

Disgusting Science (Waitlist)

A Wheely Good Time (Waitlist)

Cardboard Creativity (Waitlist)

 

 August 13 - 17

A Wheely Good Time

Jr. Cardboard Creativity

Disgusting Science (Waitlist 5+)

 

 

Pricing: 
$185 per camper for members, $225 per camper for non-members
Limited scholarship funds are available for MOR children’s programming.
For more information contact us at 406.994.5257, or submit the scholarship application available at the bottom of this page.

Camp Times:
All camps run from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

Registration: 
Full payment is required upon registration, $50 of which is nonrefundable. You may register for camps, starting on January 1, 2016, by following the links above. For more camp information, or to register over the phone, please call 406.994.5282 or email dillon.warn@montana.edu. Registration is not complete until a Summer Camp Registration Form has been submitted; be sure to continue completely through the online registration. 

Registering for Multiple Camps: 

To register for multiple camps, complete your first registration as normal, but on the "Shopping Cart" page, select "Keep Shopping" instead of "Checkout." Select the next camp you would like to register for, and then select "Add Someone I've Signed Up Before" when prompted to fill in your child's information. Summer Camp Registrations are not finalized until you have selected "Checkout," completed payment information, and then selected the red "Complete Order" button.

A completed Registration Form will be required during online registration.  Please be prepared to enter your child's medical information, along with emergency contacts during registration.

Sign Out Information:
All campers must be signed out by a parent at the end of each day of camp.  If another family member or friend will be picking up your child, you must provide MOR with authorized adults names on the Summer Camp Registration Form, or a note given to your summer camp instructor.  No camper will be released to an unauthorized adult. Campers are expected to be picked-up at 3 p.m. If you are running late, please call the Education Department 406-994-5282 or the Front Desk 406-994-2251.

Learn MOR Scholarship Fund:
For a child, every new encounter is an opportunity to learn and engage with the world. Museum of the Rockies programs take children’s insatiable curiosity and use it to educate them in an interactive manner.  Thanks to the Learn MOR Scholarship Fund, established in 2009 by Allan and Anna Lee Roush, the Museum awards scholarships to deserving children for all types of programming.

MOR strongly believes all children should have access to museum programming, regardless of membership or financial status. Scholarships are based on need. All families in need of support are welcomed to complete a scholarship form. Please click on "View Form" below to submit a scholarship application online.  For more information, please call 406.994.5282.

View Form

Learn MOR Scholarship Application

Thanks to the Learn MOR Scholarship Fund, established in 2009 by Allan and Anna Lee Roush, the Museum awards scholarships to deserving children for all types of programming.

MOR strongly believes all children should have access to museum programming, regardless of membership or financial status. Scholarships are based on need. All families in need of support are welcomed to complete a scholarship form.

This form must be complete to be processed. Scholarship approval is not guaranteed by completing this form.

ALL INFORMATION IS CONFIDENTIAL.

CHILD'S BASIC INFORMATION

Please provide the following information about the CHILD who would receive this scholarship.

 

PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION

Please provide the following information about the parent(s)/guardian(s).

  •   
  •   
  •   
  •   

  •   
  •   
  •   
  •   

  •   
  •   

 
 

HOUSEHOLD MONTHLY INCOME

  •   
  •   

Please provide us with the details and amounts of income or assistance you currently receive for:

Is there anything else you would like us to know about your family situation (including illnesses, divorces, etc.)?

 
 

PROGRAM INFORMATION

What program(s) are you seeking a scholarship for?

 

 

Please have your child respond to the following question:

 

VERIFICATION OF INFORMATION PROVIDED

By submitting this form, you acknowledge that all information provided on this form is accurate and complete.