2017  SUMMER CAMPS (ages 9-13)

Make your required reservation online or call 918-786-6446.


Har-Ber Village Museum offers themed Summer Camps for ages 9-13 with different topics and activities each year. Pre-registration is required by calling 918-786-6446 or
signing up online. The fee for each session is $60 for nonmembers; $50 for Har-Ber Village members. 2017 dates are listed with 2016 program descriptions  as the 2017 camps are still under development.

June 5-9, Nature Camp, 9:30am-noon









June 26-30, Pioneer Camp, 9:30am-noon








August 1-4, Art Camp, 9:30am-noon
 


Last year [articipants  explored the natural eco-systems that are on the museum grounds, spent time learning with the variety of hand-on displays in the Natural History Activity Room and discussed the ecology and conservation of our natural resources.  Experiences included guest speakers, plants, animals, literature and crafts as well as a daily snack. Projects created during the camp will be shared during the Ecology and Environment Day event on Saturday, June 17.
Have you ever wondered how the Pioneers lived long ago?  Last year's campers  experienced many of the daily experiences of that time period bringing history to life.  They printed on a printing press, wove on a loom, learned how a blacksmith creates metal objects, dipped candles and played with old-fashioned toys.  They explored the items in “Grandmother’s Trunk” and learned how they were used, and cooked on the hearth in Har-Ber Village’s Living History Cabin.

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A camp just for the budding artist—come “express yourself” as we check out art!  Last year's program participants experienced folk crafts from days gone by with a modern spin. They learned about the concepts of line, texture, color and design; explored weaving, printing, sculpting and photography. A wide variety of media including recycled objects and natural materials from the museum grounds were  used to build several different projects. Edible art was created as part of a daily snack. Each participant was part of the “Art Opening” during the Art on the Lake Day event.