Summer Camp Information 2017
Douglas County 4-H Resident Camp | Theme: Animal Planet
June 20-23 | Youth grades 4 - 6
All boys and girls in grades 4, 5, and 6. Campers need not be 4-H members to attend.
This overnight camp is designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences and memories to last a lifetime. With the theme of Animal Planet campers will get to learn about all kinds of animals as well as participate in crafts, archery, games, campfires, skits and songs. Camp fee is $155 and campers do not need to be 4-H members to attend. Parents will be responsible for getting campers to Roseburg High School on the 20th and picking them up on the 23rd. We will be busing the campers to Camp Myrtlewood and back to Roseburg at the end of camp.
Registration ends June 11th and space is limited. Registration is available online at the Extension Office website.
Camp Myrtlewood, Bridge
541-672-7761 | extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas
South Slough Summer Science Camps
All fees include snacks, a t-shirt and help cover the cost of instructors:
- June 28 to June 30 | 9 am to 1 pm | Zoea Camp (Kindergarten and grade 1) | $55
- July 12 to 14 | 9 am to 2 pm | Megalops Camp (grades 2 & 3) | $65
- July 26 to 28 | 9 am to 3 pm | Instar Camp (grades 4 & 5) | $70
- August 2 to 4 | 9 am to 3 pm | Dungeness Camp (grade 6 & above) | $70
- August 16 to 18 | 9 am to 2 pm | Megalops Camp (grades 2 & 3) | $65
Camps offer hands-on activities in the estuary with a focus on natural history and outdoor exploration. Campers bring their own lunch, but a snack is provided during the day. Camps are designed to fit the abilities and interests of campers according to the grade they will be entering in the Fall of 2017. Registration is available online.
This year Summer Science Camps will run three days, Wed-Fri rather than four as in previous years. There is a slight reduction in cost to account for the shorter time frame.
*The Friends of South Slough Inc. (FOSS) strive to keep camps affordable. Limited scholarships are available.
Eric Dean | email@example.com | 541-888-5558 ext. 126
Young Women's Fire Camp
July 10 - 14 | 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM | FREE
Eugene Springfield Fire will host its 7th annual Young Women's Fire Camp for one week in July. This camp is for high school aged young women who are interested in gaining confidence and leadership skills and provides an opportunity for them to try fire-fighting and emergency medical services through hands-on training in a safe and controlled environment.
Eugene Springfield Fire, Eugene
Firecamp@ci.eugene.or.us | 541-682-7135 | www.eugene.or-gov/fire
Summer Art Camps & Workshops for Youth
Beginning in July | Register now to reserve a place this summer!
Youth Art Camps: Ages 6 – 12 | Beginning the week of July 10th | 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
The six camp offerings include:
- “Drawing & Painting Like a Pro"
- “Mixed-Media 3D Creations"
- “Art Explorers: Art Around the World”
- “Talia’s Creature Features and Animal Art”
- “Movie-Making” - 2 sessions offered
Young Adult summer Art Workshops: Ages 10 – 16 | Starting the week of July 17 | 9:00 AM - Noon
The five half-day workshops featured:
- Mixed-Media 3D
- Storytelling with Comics
- Movie Making
Maude Kerns Art Center, 1910 East 15th Avenue, Eugene | 541-345-1561
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.mkartcenter.org
NEW! Cloverbud Discovery Camp (Boys & Girls Ages 5 - 8 years)
July 13 | 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM | $15
This one-day camp is designed to give youth the opportunity to explore the fun world of 4-H. Activities will include science experiments, growing plants, tortilla making, search dogs, and much more. Camp fee is $15 and campers do not need to be 4-H members to attend. Parents will be responsible for transporting the camper to and from the Discovery Garden. Children need to bring a sack lunch. Snacks, water, and drinks will be provided.
Registration ends July 6th and space is limited. Online registration is available from our website.
Discovery Garden, River Forks Park, Roseburg | 541-672-4461 | extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas/4h
NEW! Paper Theater History Camp (Ages 7 - 10 years)
Session 1: July 17 - 21 | Session 2: August 14 - 18
Each, 1 week, session will run from 9-1pm at the Coos History Museum.
Tuition per week: $110 Non-Members / $90 Members | Space is limited/15 child limit per session.
Paper Puppet Theater Camp is a great way to learn about the many characters of Coos County. We will explore the basics of everything you need to start your own paper theater! We will use copies of images from real photos in the museum’s collection to create the set, characters, and storyline for a puppet show performance at the end of each session. This will be a wonderful week of cutting, gluing, writing, and acting, to present a never before seen Coos County tale! If your child enjoys constructing dioramas, making up stories, or acting, this is a great way to collaborate with others and be creative this summer! Each participant will leave with a small personal theater and character pack at the end of each session.
Coos History Museum, 1210 N. Front Street, Coos Bay | 541-756-6320
email@example.com | www.cooshistory.org
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