Summer at St. Mary's
Thursdays on the Lawn
6 Free Summer Concerts
St. Mary’s Church
7:30 - 9 pm
Bring Your Chair or Blanket!
Rain or Shine—In the event of
inclement weather, concerts move to the Parish Hall
This year's line up -
July 7 Three and One
July 14 C. Lynne Smith
July 21 to be announced
July 28 The Quietmen
August 4 Marnie & Nate
August 11 Three and One
Download our pamphlet here.
Worship at the Beach
July 9th through August 27th
101st St. Beach Pavilion
Come as you are,
bring a beach chair,
bring a friend,
for worship in a glorious setting!
Everyone is welcome!
In the event of rain, service is held at St. Mary’s.
JULY 11 - 15: Take a Dive Ages 7-11 9 AM-12 PM $240
Dive into the world of marine biology and oceanography! You’ll dissect a real shark, participate in a fisherman's challenge, examine the anatomy of a fish and learn the ancient technique of gyotaku or “fish rubbing” and more.
JULY 18 - 22: Fizz Bang Boom Ages 7-11 9 AM-12 PM $240
What do you get when you take the physics of motion, add in some electrifying experiments, and mix it up with some chemistry? Everyone has a blast! You’ll create your own battery-powered invention, experiment with light and flight, make your own kaleidoscope and experiment with giant bubbles.
JULY 25 - 29: Jr. Discoverers Ages 4-6 9 AM-12 PM $240
Botany, oceanography, astronomy and entomology! We’ll dissect a plant and learn what each part does, plant seeds in your own terrarium, investigate a real octopus, learn about animals that live in shells, make a constellation viewer, and explore space in our homemade planetarium. We’ll also make insect habitats to investigate our 6 legged friends.
AUGUST 1 - 5: Far Out Space Ages 7-11 9 AM-12 PM $240 BLAST OFF to discover space and flight! Explore the stars and constellations as you take an out-of-this-world sky tour in our homemade planetarium, prepare for lift-off as you build and launch your own rocket while learning about Newton’s Laws of Motion, complete a mission to Mars as you design and build your own model space station and work in engineering teams to construct space capsules used to launch “eggstronauts”!
www.ScienceExplorers.com for registration and more details, or