Claremore Daily Progress

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May 12, 2012

City hosts variety of summer day camps

CLAREMORE —  

The city of Claremore is hosting a variety of summer camps during June and July.
All classes are limited in the number of students who may participate. 
For those classes that require fees, participation will be determined by those who have paid first. If the class size is limited to 15 participants, only the first 15 paid will be eligible to participate. Full refunds will be granted if request is submitted seven business days in advance of the camp or class start date. Once the camp or class has begun, no refunds will be granted. 
For more information, contact Ron Paris with the Claremore Parks and Recreation Department at (918) 342-2522 or rparis@claremorecity.com
 
May 29 — June 1 “Art Exploration”
INSTRUCTOR:  Laneta Going
WHAT:  Art, Clay, Paints, Sculpture and More
AGES:   Youth Grades 2nd-5th (Older Students Welcome)
COST:  $50 per student or 2 students for $90
WHERE:  Claremore Community Center (Room # 4)
TIME:  8:30-11 a.m.
 
May 31 and June 1 “BLAST  Skate Board Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Staff from the Board Shop in Tulsa
WHAT: Skate Board Instruction
AGES: No age limit
COST: $10; Limited to the first 15 paid entrants
WHERE: Claremore Skate Park
TIME: 9:30-11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
 
June 4-7 “Science Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Cheryl Dennis (Catoosa Public Schools)
WHAT:  Fun with science
AGES:  Grades 4th-6th
COST: $50 (Includes all Supplies); Only the first 20 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 1-3 p.m.
 
June 4-7 “Scrapbooking (Session # 1)”
INSTRUCTOR: Lauri Titsworth (Claremore Public Schools)
WHAT:  “My Life in Pictures”
AGES:  10-14
COST: $50 (Includes all Supplies); Only the first 12 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 9-11:30 a.m.
 
June 4-8 “Around the World Art Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Carrie Steffensen (Inola Public Schools)
WHAT:  Arts & Crafts from different cultures
AGES:  Grades K-6th
COST: $50; Only the first 25 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center

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