Hosted by Pelikan Model Club
Presented by Family Time News
The focus of the Build a Model Camp will be to learn basic terms, programming, decorating and assembling a Level 1 “snap together” model. Activities will build upon the completion of a model and each camper will receive a certificate of completion. Parents are invited to attend and participate. Pelikan Model Club talks about the history of model building, different skill levels required for different models, how to decorate your model and how to set up and show dioramas with your model. Make your child’s next birthday party a unique experience by having it during model camp!
- Sunday, March 9th
- Sunday, April 13th
- Sunday, May 18th
- Sunday, June 22nd
- Sunday, July 13th
- Sunday, August 17th
- Sunday, September 14th
- Sunday, October 12th
Who: Ages 8- Adult
Where: Armed Forces History Museum
2050 34th Way N, Largo, FL
When: See dates above
Time: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Note: Each camper receives a certificate of completion
Cost: Only $18.00 per person (Total package valued at over $50.00)
- Museum Tour $12.95
- Dog Tags 12.95
- Motion Simulator Ride 5.00
- Scale Model 12.80
- Education and Fun Priceless
Total Camp Value $43.70
- Add Adult Tour Discount* 8.00
Total Value $51.70
*Note: Parents may tour the museum at the discounted rate of $9.95 per-person while your child is in the camp.
Campers must pre-register and pre-pay by calling:
Kathy Weed at 727-539-8371 ext. 110 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any questions, or if you need assistance on the weekend, please call (727) 539-8371 and press 6 for the attendant who is also be able to assist you. Those who preregister will be given first preference for assistance. Volunteers are recruited to assist at the camp based on the number of preregistered campers.
If dropping off a child, parents must sign a Child Release Form. All children must be picked up no later than 3:15 pm by a parent or authorized adult w/photo I.D.
Note: AFHM is handicap accessible – parking, restrooms and throughout the museum.
The Armed Forces History Museum is a member of the following: