Roll call

Many organizations are hosting camps throughout the summer, so finding one that meets your summer schedule is as easy as A-B-C. Here is a sampling:

HEY, Y NOT?

The YMCA hosts both summer day camps, as well as specialty camps for families searching for either full-day, all-summer solutions or week-long camps.

This year’s theme is “Blast from the Past,” allowing campers to learn and experience activities from the 1890s to the 2000s. Camps are available at multiple locations metro-wide, so check schedules at ymcaokc.org.
Pricing: varies.

KIDS HEART ART

Beginning May 31 and running through Aug. 19, the City Arts Center hosts a variety of day camps that run each weekday. The camps cover several art mediums, including clay, acting, painting, puppetry, video production, photography and more.

Pricing: $120-$150 (T-shirt included). For more information, call 951-0000.

Running June 7 through Aug. 5, children ages 4 to 16 can experience thematic camps at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, from sculptures and painting to photography and movies.
Pricing: $120 members, $130 nonmembers.
Call 236-3100.

Dancers have several camps and classes to choose from at area dance studios and organizations. The Dance Center of Oklahoma City Ballet is hosting a summer intensive from June 13 to July 22. Housing is available for out-of-town students. Visit okcballet.com or call 843-9898.

In Edmond, Dance Phase offers classes in jazz, tap, hip-hop and ballet for students 3 and up, with June and July sessions available.
Pricing: starting at $45 per class.
Call 478-3464.

SCIENCE: IT’S ONLY NATURAL

Science Museum Oklahoma asks “Did You Ever?” at its six weekly educational camps beginning June 20 and running through July 29. Themes include movies,
bugs, space and more.
Pricing: $200 for members, $235 for nonmembers
(includes daily lunch and a T-shirt), plus a 10 percent discount if you
register for two or more camps.
Call 602-3760.

Animal
discoveries can be made all summer long at the Oklahoma City Zoo with
half-day June, July and August camp options, running Tuesdays-Fridays.

Pricing: $90 for members, $100 nonmembers. Call 425-0218.

Arts
and crafts, hands-on ag lessons and games are on tap at Harn
Homestead’s Territorial Fun Day Camp, held June 13-17.
Pricing: $40 per
day or $125 for the week (snacks provided).
Call 235-4058.

Students
in kindergarten through sixth grade can enjoy an old-fashioned summer
camp at the Orr Family Farm with two Tuesday-Friday sessions to choose
from: June 14-17 or July 11-15. Camp includes hayrides, pony rides,
fishing, mining for gemstones, making rope, soap and butter and even a
pedal car derby.
Pricing: $160 (lunch and T-shirt provided).
Call
799-3276.

Campfire
USA and the Heart of Oklahoma Council presents the 2011 Camp DaKaNi, an
Oklahoma tradition for kids and teens since 1956. Students do not have
to be a member of Campfire USA to attend. Mini-sessions and full
sessions are available, beginning in June. For a complete schedule and
locations of the various camps, visit campfireusa-ok.org. Pricing: varies.

PLAY BALL!

Kids can be a part of
the exciting NBA action with Thunder youth basketball camps in six
sessions, June through August. The camps are open to boys and girls ages
5 to 16 and focus on basketball fundamentals.
Pricing: $225 per session
($180 for season-ticket holders and Kids Club members).
Visit
thebasketballacademy.com.

Got a footballer on your hands? The
Old Spice Adrian Peterson Football Camp for boys and girls ages 7-14 is
set for June 23-24 at the University of Oklahoma intramural fields in
Norman.
Pricing: $199 (T-shirt included).
Visit adrianpetersoncamp.com.

Malena Lott

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