Children and Youth

Inventor’s Camp comes to San Juan Bautista

Camp at the city library is open to students from third through seventh grade

A Youth Inventors' Camp will be held in San Juan Bautista July 5-8.

​Students from third to seventh grade (8-12 years old) are invited to the science-based camp, which will be held at the San Juan Bautista Library.

Described as Inventor’s Camp 2.0, students will learn about mechanics and electricity.

The flyer for the camp states, "Make your own Morse code sender, Obstacle Course, Levers and Pulleys, Catapults."  

Students will also have an opportunity to learn about famous women and men who were inventors.


Cost: $28 per person (brothers and sisters are $15)

Questions? Call Carl Martin Luck Memorial Library @ (831) 623-4687




BenitoLink Staff