You might not be thinking about summer yet, but your kids are. Get them involved in a variety of summer camps hosted by the Claremore Community Center, Sequoyah Eagles and Claremore Zebras.

Summer camp options are listed below by category.

COOKING

•Cooking with Ms. Linda, Monday June 3 to Thursday June 6, 9:30 a.m. to noon for ages 9-13. Learn from the best. Ms. Linda is back again to lend her know how in the culinary arts. Do not miss this. Students must wear close toed shoes and have hair tied back. Classes will take place at the Claremore Community Center (Room # 3). $50 per student must be paid in advance to hold spot.

•Baking Camp, Monday June 10 to Friday June 14, 12:30 to 2 p.m. for ages 7-13. Have you ever wanted to compete on a Food Network cooking show? This may be the camp for you. Learn how to follow a recipe, create delicious desserts come and join us in Claremore Community Center (Room # 3) instructed by Emily Hall. Cost is $40 per student, supplies included. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

SPORTS

•Sequoyah Eagles Summer Softball Camp, Monday June 3 to Wednesday June 5, 9:30 a.m. to noon for pre-K through fifth grade. The camp will be held at the Sequoyah Softball Field. If weather is an issue, camp will be moved to the indoor hitting facility at Sequoyah. The price of the camp is $50. Each camper will receive a Sequoyah Softball T-shirt. For more information contact Brandon Green at brandon.green@sequoyaheagles.net.

•Claremore Zebras Youth Football Camp, Monday June 10 to Wednesday June 12, 8-10 a.m. for first through sixth grade. The camp will be held at the Claremore High School football field. The price of the camp is $50. Each camper will receive a t-shirt on the final day. Equipment: shoes, socks, t-shirt and shorts are needed. Cleats are preferred but not necessary. Claremore Zebras Youth Football Camp is a non-contact camp that teaches basic fundamentals and techniques for players at all positions. It is for experienced and inexperienced players. Individual attention will be given to each player. If you have any questions, please call Jarrett Hurt at 918-688-1851.

•Move to Learn, Monday June 3 to Thursday June 6, 9:30 a.m. to noon for first through fifth grades, is a combination of Yoga for kids, movement activities, basketball, hikes to the playground and to Claremore Lake Splash Pad. Campers bring a bottle of water, snack and towel. Wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Campers will meet at the Claremore Community Center daily with field trips instructed by Della Easton (Catoosa Public Schools). Cost is $50 per student. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

LIFE SKILLS

•Arts and Crafts with Ms. Brandee session 1, Monday June 10, 9:30 a.m. to noon for grades K-sixth. Experience different forms of art media - pastels, watercolors, acrylic painting, clay and more at the Claremore Community Center (Room # 4) instructed by Brandee Kime (Owasso Public Schools). Cost is $50 per student. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

•Healthy Relationships Across the Lifespan, Monday June 10 to Friday June 14, 10 a.m. to noon, for ages 10 and up. The focus for this free workshop is to educate young people how to have healthy relationships in all aspects. They will also have conversations about asking permission for everything and showing empathy towards others, instructed by Kasandra VanSandt (Safenet Services) inClaremore Community Center (Room # 3).

•Improvisation Camp, Monday June 10 to Friday June 14, 1:30-3:30 p.m. for ages 7-14. Improvisation and games for the beginning actor instructed by Debbie Savage (Claremore Public Schools) at the Claremore Community Center. Cost is $50 per student and includes all supplies. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

•Time Traveling Inventors, Monday June 10 to Friday June 14, 2:30 to 4 p.m. for ages 7-13. From dancing with dinosaurs to spinning on the Space Station, let's take a look at the inventions that have changed history. Join in the fun of discovery at the Claremore Community Center (Room # 3) instructed by Emily Hall. Cost is $40 per student, supplies included. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

•STEM Camp, Monday June 17 to Friday June 21, 9 to 11 a.m. or noon to 2 p.m. for third through fifth graders. Instructed by Dr. Eileen Richardson of RSU, students will participate in STEM centers throughout the week with different themes and challenges for each center. You will be taught how to record your predictions and findings in a scientific journal, which you will be able to keep at the Claremore Community Center (Room # 3 & Gym). Cost is $25 per student. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

•Science is Fun session 1, Monday June 17 to Friday June 21, 1 to 3 p.m. for ages 8-14. Instructed by Angelia Pasdach (Skiatook Public Schools), Students will be studying Chemistry, Physics, Rocks and Biology during this week-long camp. Do not miss this at the Claremore Community Center! Cost is $50 per student. Class size is limited, to pre-register or payment information please call Ron Paris with the Claremore Park & Recreation Dept. 918-342-2522 or e-mail rparis@claremorecity.com.

SPECIAL

•Blast Camp with Volunteers for Youth session 1, Monday June 24 to Friday June 28, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for fourth through eighth grade. Don't miss this fun packed week of swimming, basketball, racquet ball, dodge ball, Laser Quest and surprises. Also Included a trip to Woodland Hills Mall. Additional paperwork will be needed to enroll in this camp. Contact Susan Jensen at 918-697-6779 or e-mail to susan.cj@volunteersforyouth.com. Cost is $100 per week or both weeks for $185.