Claremore Daily Progress

Family

May 12, 2012

City hosts variety of summer day camps

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CLAREMORE —

TIME: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
 
June 11-15 “Princess Camp (Session # 1)”
INSTRUCTOR: Tabitha Crouch                        
WHAT:  Arts, Crafts, Music
AGES:  4-8
COST: $40 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 20 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  
TIME: 8-10 a.m.
 
June 11-15 “Young Kids 2 Camp (Session # 1)”
INSTRUCTOR: Tabitha Crouch                        
WHAT:  Arts, Crafts, Music
AGES:  4-8
COST: $40 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 20 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center  
TIME: 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.
 
June 11-15 “Crazy Puppets Art Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Carrie Steffensen (Inola Public Schools)
WHAT:  Puppets that you can play with.
AGES:  Grades K-6th
COST: $50; Only the first 25 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
 
June 12-14 “Robotics / NASA Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Denise Kimberlin (Claremore Public Schools)                       
WHAT:  Robotics at its best
AGES:  Grades 4th-6th
COST: $50 (Includes Supplies); Only the first 15 paid participants will be eligible to participate.  
WHERE: Claremore Community Center (Gym) 
TIME: 1-3:30 p.m.
 
June 15 “i Expo”
INSTRUCTOR: TBA                 
WHAT:  Shopping, fashion and attend a Shock basketball game
AGES:  12-20
COST:  $10 per person for the first 15 paid participants   
WHERE: BOK Center in Tulsa  
TIME: All day
 
June 18-22 “Scrapbooking Camp (Session # 2)”
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 18-22 “Rain Forests Art Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Carrie Steffensen (Inola Public Schools)
WHAT:  Create arts & crafts inspired by the rainforests
AGES:  Grades K-6th
COST: $50; Only the first 25 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center
TIME: 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
 
June 18-22 “Acting/Improv Camp”
INSTRUCTOR: Deb Savage (Claremore Public Schools)
WHAT:  Acting & Improv
AGES:  Grades 1st-8th
COST: $40 (Includes all Supplies); Only the first 25 paid participants will be eligible to participate.
WHERE: Claremore Community Center

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