Education: Brooklyn Cultural Adventures Program (BCAP)

Make Brooklyn your "campground" at BCAP Summer Camp! Campers ages 7–12 experience a unique educational experience that weaves exciting connections between art, culture, nature, and science.

2015's theme is "Wild in the City." Explore Brooklyn with untamed adventures in nature, art, and city life.

Session 1: June 29–July 10 (no camp July 3)
Session 2: July 13–24
Session 3: July 27–August 7

Sessions are two weeks long, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Free early drop-off, 8–8:45 a.m. Optional after-camp program, 3:30–6 p.m.

Tuition assistance available for campers who qualify. To find out about registration and scholarships, visit BCAP online or call (718) 230-2753. BCAP also offers a six-week summer program (plus stipend) for teens who would like to develop their leadership and filmmaking skills. For more information or to apply, visit BCAPteen Creative Leadership Project.

BCAP and BCAPteen are organized by BCAP Summer Camp Directors at the Brooklyn Public Library. BCAP's home base is the Brooklyn Museum, and BCAPteen's home base is the Brooklyn Public Library, in partnership with the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Prospect Park, and Prospect Park Zoo.

BCAP campers