Virtual Summer Camp: Detroit to the World!

August 19 2020 | 9:30am to 12:30pm

Join us for our first virtual summer camp August 17 - 21, 2020! 
Conducted live every morning from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. via Zoom

Along with learning from the education team at the Detroit Historical Society, we're partnering with:

-The Arab American National Museum,
-Corpus Art Inc,
-The Hellenic Museum, and many more!

Our partners will be joining us to tell the stories of Detroiters and the cultures that call this city home!

Participating children will also be crafting online with our staff and partners, craft supply kits will be available for purchase and pick up prior to August 17th.


Camp for the week (craft supplies kit included) - $120

Camp per day - $20

Craft Supply Kit - $40 

Daily registrations are still available! Contact us to arrange craft supply kit pick-up.



From Maya to the Motor City
- Every brushstroke has a meaning, and with the expert guidance of muralist Elton Durán, Campers will explore how mural art colors the heritage of Detroit's Mexican-American community and get to make a little mural magic of their own. 

Yalla ya Jamaya! (Let's Go, everybody!) - From Lebanon to LaFayette, Iraq to East Detroit- Campers will travel the storied history of Arab Americans in Detroit with our partner, the Arab American National Museum, piecing together the mosaic of the Arab world in Detroit (Campers will also create a mosaic)

Three Fires of Detroit's Beginning

- Campers will lay a groundwork for Detroit's future by discovering the city's past through the stories of the region's first (Indigenous) residents - the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatami. Together, we'll craft a keepsake quill box that will hold our campers' own special stories. 

Dynamic Diaspora

- Campers really pick up some “STEAM” as they dive into the stories and rich scientific and cultural contributions made by Detroit's African American community. After, they’ll do a bit of their own tinkering.

A Grand Leap of Faith
Campers will go on an incredible journey of emigrating to the United States through the eyes of Detroit's Greek-American community. With our partners, the Hellenic Museum of Detroit, we'll examine what it really means to leave one home for the promise of a better future in another.

Check out our FAQs. If you have any other questions or would like to speak with our team contact us at 313.833.1419 or via email at

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