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The 2014 Super Summer class visited New Harmony Soap Co for a soap-making demonstration and history lesson.
The 2014 Super Summer class visited New Harmony Soap Co for a soap-making demonstration and history lesson.

Bugs, Shells & Pottery: Celebrating 201 Years of New Harmony Science and Art

USI’s Super Summer program is a popular week-long educational day-camp for kids that is typically held on campus as well as at a rotating Evansville school each summer.  Last year, for New Harmony’s Bicentennial, Historic New Harmony partnered with the Super Summer team to provide a special session “Bugs, Beakers & Eyeballs: 200 Years of New Harmony Science”.   This program was held in town on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, and on campus on Tuesday and Thursday.

Due to the success and overwhelming feedback the program received, the program will return this summer- this time spending the whole week in New Harmony!  Middle school students wanting to engage in science, art, history, and technology are encouraged to register here for “Bugs, Shells & Pottery: Celebrating 201 Years of New Harmony Science and Art”

The list of activities is below, take a moment to see just how much fun and edu-tainment your children can have in New Harmony June 15-19, 2015!
Super Summer 2015 Schedule

2016 Christmas in New Harmony

About Catherine Cotrupi

Catherine Cotrupi is the Community Engagement Manager for Historic New Harmony. In this capacity she serves as a bridge between the University of Southern Indiana and the community by engaging students, faculty, and staff with the residents and town of New Harmony. She earned her MS in Sociology from Virginia Tech and then served as the university’s first LGBTQ Coordinator for two years before moving to Evansville.

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