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Columbia SC Camps 2014

By Free Times
Wednesday, March 5, 2014 |

Listings updated June 9

Broadway Bound Voice & Dance Lessons
Tuesdays and Thursdays June 10- July 31. $25 per session. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com.

Broadway Bound Mid-Week Masters
Multiple sessions July 2-30. Open to all levels of experience and ability. Ages 12-19 $40, 7-11 $30, 5-6 $15. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com.

Broadway Bound Monday Monologues (and Scenes!)
Multiple sessions July 7-28.  Explore new characters. Learn memorization and audition techniques. Develop your body language and feel at ease on stage. Ages 12-19 $40, 7-11 $30, 5-6 $15. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com.

Broadway Bound Deux Flappers Camp
Aug. 4-8.  For experienced tappers ages 10-13. Work on upstyle musical theatre tap and kickline combinations. $115. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com.

Broadway Bound Flapper Camp
Aug. 4-8.  For experienced tappers age 14 and up. Work on upstyle musical theatre tap and kickline combinations. $150. Broadway Bound Musical Theatre Company: 1315-C Gadsden St. 457-1126, broadwayboundmtc.com.

Camp Half-Blood: A Percy Jackson Camp
June 23-27, July 21-25. For ages 8-12. In the spirit of Percy Jackson and the Olympians, explore artwork inspired by the mythology of Ancient Greece and create your own artifacts. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Carolina Journalism Institute
June 25-29. For middle and high school students. Five-day high school journalism summer camp, enhancing knowledge of editing, writing, designing and production techniques. $255 ($225 before May 16). Courtyard Marriot: 630 Assembly St. sc.edu/cmcis/so/cji/index.html.

Carolina Opera Experience
July 7-10. For grades 5-10. Learn the art of props, make-up, costumes, scenery and musical preparation; culminates in public performance. $190. 777-5369, sc.edu/music/summer-programs.

Carolina Summer Music Conservatory
June 8-15. For grades 9-12. Intensive one-week training focusing on individual performance and chamber music. Master classes, chamber music coaching offered in wind, percussion, piano and voice students. Limited scholarships available. $450-$725. 576-5893,
sc.edu/music/summer-programs.

Cartooning Creatures
July 7-11 For ages 8-12. Go on an adventure around the CMA galleries—sketching, drawing, and printing animal-inspired cartoons and characters. Bring your drawings to life working with tech experts from IT-oLogy to use 3D printing. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Columbia Art Center
Mixed Media Theme Camp

June 16-20. For ages 5-9. While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093,
ColumbiaSC.net/parks-recreation.

Columbia Art Center Mixed Media Art Camp
July 14-18. For ages 5-9 While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093, ColumbiaSC.net/parks-recreation.

Columbia Art Center
Pottery Explorations Camp

June 23-27, July 21-25 For grades 10-14. Campers will be able to devote a full week to working with clay and creating pottery. The full process of working with pottery will be explored from the basic creation to the finished product. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093, ColumbiaSC.net/parks-recreation.

Columbia Art Center Mixed Media
Theme Camp

June 16-20. For grades 5-9. While working with various types of mixed media, students will create projects reflecting the theme of summer camp. Students will be able to explore using clay to create pottery pieces. $85. Art Center: 1928 Calhoun Street. 545-3093,
ColumbiaSC.net/parks-recreation.

Columbia Children’s Theatre Camps
Dates and prices TBD. The Children’s Theatre offers a variety of programs covering several disciplines for different age groups. Children’s Theatre at Midtown Forest Acres: 3400 Forest Dr. 691-4548,
columbiachildrenstheatre.com.

Columbia Museum of Art Photography Camp
July 14-18. For ages 8-12. An exploration in imagery and learn a variety of photography and transfer techniques. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Drawing 101
June 16-20. For ages 13-18. Explore drawing in a variety of different mediums. Topics include a live clothed model, traditional human proportions, perspective, and still-life. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Wearable
June 23-27. For ages 13-18. Explore contemporary and traditional techniques and materials in jewelry making, textiles, and clay as wearable art in this fine craft studio course. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org..

Columbia Museum of Art Teen Academy: Sculpting with Clay 101
July 7-11. For ages 13-18. Learn the tools of the trade with both additive and subtractive techniques. Explore clay through large scale hand-building and learn the newest technology in 3D printing with ceramics. $190; $152 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Crooked Creek Park Fused Glass Camp
July 7-11. For ages 5-18. Learning how to cut, shape, layer, and embellish your designs is an extraordinary experience. We’ll guide you through the basics, encouraging you to free your imagination as you select your design ideas, glass and embellishments. $165. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Crooked Creek Park
Stained Glass Window Camp

July 7-11. For ages 5-17. Campers will create and design a full four-pane stained glass window. Children will be closely supervised as they learn how to cut glass, and create a bright whimsical original design. Grouting will be done on the last day. $165. Crooked Creek Park: 1098 Old Lexington Hwy. 345-6181, icrc.net.

Creative in Clay
July 21-25. For ages 8-12. Go on an artful animal safari all around the Museum—sketching, painting, and forming zoomorphic masterpieces. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810,
columbiamuseum.org..

EdVenture EDDIE’s Spring Break Camp
April 14-18. For grades 3-12. Keep your child’s brain engaged during their vacation — activities, games, crafts and hands-on activities that will have your camper learning. $40 daily; $185 weekly; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 799-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Culinary 101 Camp
June 2-6, July 14-18. Ages 5-7. Campers will be guided through the culinary arts and introduced to flavor, cutting techniques, recipes and more. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Edible EdVentures Camp
June 9-13, July 21-25. Ages 3-4. Campers will enjoy a unique week of using food to discover architecture, math and science. Campers will create delectable insects, devour their way through the layers of the earth and plant their own gardens. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Giggle Science Camp
June 2-6, July 14-18. Ages 3-4. Campers will experience the joy of scientific discovery by working directly with real lab equipment in EdVenture’s BioInvestigations Lab. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100,
edventure.org.

EdVenture Storybook Smashup Camp
July 7-11. Ages 3-4. Discover the science, technology, engineering, and math hidden in the pages of your favorite children’s books. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100, edventure.org.

EdVenture Camp Chef
June 16-20, July 7-11. For ages 11-12. Take your cooking and baking skills to the next level as you cook tasty treats and savory dishes. Campers will explore the science behind food, learn essential cooking methods and bring home recipes that the whole family will love. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100,
edventure.org.

EdVenture Global Chef Camp
June 23-27, Aug. 4-8. For ages 8-10. Texplore exciting global cuisine, discover the food cultures of exotic locations, and make our very own global dishes. $195; extended sessions add $50 per week. EdVenture Children’s Museum: 211 Gervais St. 779-3100,
edventure.org.

Freeway Recording Camp
June 13-14. Learn about pre production, recording, post production, leave with your own recording from Columbia’s premier recording studio. $100. Archer Avenue Studios: 810 Lyttleton St. freewaymusic.net.

Freeway Music Camp
June16-19. Learn to write, record and perform parts to original songs with the help of some of the state’s most seasoned musicians. $250. Freeway Music Northeast: 101 Rice Meadow Way 1; Freeway Music Forest Acres: 10 Calender Ct. freewaymusic.net.

Girls Rock Columbia
Dates TBA. Week-long day camp that exists to foster a community of girls ages 8-18 through music, performance, and various workshops. The program cultivates self-confidence, challenges gender stereotypes, and promotes positive female relationships, creativity, and leadership. Cost TBA. girlsrockcolumbia.org.

Gladys’ Time Travelers
June 16-20. For ages 4-7. Follow the CMA’s beloved grasshopper, Gladys, through time on a tour of our galleries. Explore different time periods through art and document your travels by creating artifacts of your own. $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Go Gladys Green!
July 7-11. For ages 4-7. Hop all around the CMA galleries with Gladys and meet all of her animal friends. Use recycled materials to create your own insect-inspired pieces.  $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Guitar Muse Guitar Camp
July 7-11, Aug. 4-8. Ages 7 and up. Open to all guitar styles and levels. The camp will focus on finger style guitar techniques and chords. Students will learn how to read music using standard notation and tablature. $150 plus $25 registration fee. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. GuitarMuseSC.com.

Hall Johnson Summer Camp
July 6-11. For high school choral students. The week is filled with choral rehearsals and musicianship classes taught by nationally recognized conductors, guest artists, scholars, and music educators.  $250-$400 Allen University: 1530 Harden St. 376-5787.

Helen Hill Media Education Center Stop-Motion Movie Camp
Multiple sessions. For ages 8-12. Students learn basic stop motion animation techniques working in groups producing their own film scenes which will be compiled into one movie by HHMEC instructors. Nickelodeon Theatre: 1607 Main St. Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Helen Hill Media Education Center
Youth Documentary Film Camp

Multiple sessions. For ages 13-16. Students learn creative and innovative techniques of producing thought-provoking documentaries, by producing and directing their own documentaries that affect local issues such as poverty, racism, access to healthy food and health care.  Nickelodeon Theatre: 1607 Main St. Contact .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) for more information.

Healthy Hands Cooking Kids Cooking Camps
Dates and locations vary. Held for 3 hours a day for four days in a row with your choice of either morning or afternoon sessions (as offered by your local instructor).  healthyhandscooking.com.

Heathwood Hall
7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

June 16-20. Grades 2-4.Being a teenager is both wonderful and challenging. This course is designed to merge the two. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall ABC’s of Etiquette
July 28-Aug.1. Ages 3-4. Learning manners and safety is fun in this interactive week. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Artists in Action Camp
June 9-13. Grades 2-4.Come learn, create and be inspired in this active art camp. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Adventures in the Garden
June 9-13. Grades 2-4. Learn about planting, harvesting and cooking with various foods grown at Heathwood Hall. $165. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Book Buddies Camp
June 23-27. Grades K-2. Each day we will celebrate a favorite picture book character, from Ladybug Girl to Curious George. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Chess Camp
June 2-6. Ages 5-15. For beginners to intermediate level players. $265-$420. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Dance Camp
July 7-11. Ages 3-6. Children will experience and learn new and exciting dance genres. They will have the opportunity to learn ballet and jazz dance techniques. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710,
heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall College Essay Workshop
June 9-13. For grades 11-12. Individual and group guidance in writing the perfect college entrance essay. $250. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Comic Book Creations
July 14-18. For grades 4-12. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Fancy Friends Camp
June 16-20. For ages 3-6. Fun for fans of Fancy Nancy books. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Graphic Novel Workshop
June 23-27. For grades 4-8. Learn how to create your own graphic story — from plot planning and storyboarding, to choosing your medium and creating the illustrations .$150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd.
231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Leadership Skills for Middle School Boys
June 9-12. For grades 5-8. This camp is designed to help middle school boys learn and practice skills which are needed to develop as leaders, gain friends and personal influence in a positive and productive way. $120. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Make It & Take It Camp
June 16-20. For grades 2-5. Dream it! Plan It! Make It! Take It! Join Lower School teachers Kim Bain and Natalie Ashenfelter as we invent to our heart’s content. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710,
heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Philosophy I Camp
Online course. For grades 11-12. This course explores traditional philosophical issues. $500 plus books. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Spanish Review
June 23-27, July 28-Aug. 1. For grades 8-12. Games, skits and teamwork make this Spanish review fun!. $300. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Storybook Adventures Camp
July 14-18. Ages 3-6. Storybook characters provide fun themes for each day’s fun activities. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall Study Skills Camp
July 21-25. For grades 5-7. All the tools for an organized and successful school year are taught and provided in this camp. $250. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall World Religions Camp
Online course. For grades 10-12. This course is designed to focus on the commonality between different religious traditions. $500 plus books. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heathwood Hall You Take the Cake!
July 14-18. For grades 3-4. This session introduces basic baking and decorating techniques while giving young chefs the added skills they need to make their cupcakes special. $150. Heathwood Hall: 3000 S. Beltline Blvd. 231-7710, heathwood.org.

Heroes and Villains
July 7-11 For ages 8-12. Learn the basics of comic book creation as you sketch, develop storylines, and ink your own comics. Gain basic design concepts and skills in figure drawing and perspective. $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Historic Columbia’s Presidential Summer Camp
June 23-27, July 7-11. For ages 8-12. Take an adventure in time. History will come to life through interactive games. $200; $160 members. Robert Mills House: 1616 Blanding Street 252-1770, historiccolumbia.org.

Katie & Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center
June 9-Aug. 15. Weekly day camp. 787-2023, jcccolumbia.org.

Mad Platter Camp Van Gogh Go
For ages 3-6, 7-9, 10-plus. Various week-long art camps in a variety of themes and topics. Visit website for complete listing. $75-$165. The Mad Platter: 3101 Millwood Ave. mymadplatter.com.

Redbird Studio & Gallery Summer Clay Camp
June 9-12, June16-19, June 23-26, July 7-12, July 14-17, July 21-24, July 28-31. For ages 5-15. Camp Includes: Hand building and the pottery wheel. Other activities: painting, drawing, games, snack and making your own camp T-shirt. $150. Redbird Studio and Gallery: 2757 Rosewood Dr. 727-2955, redbirdstudioandgallery.com.

Re-Purposed
July 14-18. For ages 8-12. Find inspiration by incorporating recycled and found materials into your art, exploring both 2D and 3D techniques.  $160; $128 members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Seven Oaks Park Arts Camp
June 25-27. For ages 6-13. Basic drawing, pen and ink drawing, basic watercolor and advanced watercolor, basic acrylic, basic oil, pastel, oil and chalk, as well as 3-D art. Supplies are provided for all classes. $85. Seven Oaks Park: 200 Leisure Lane 772-3336, icrc.net.

South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory Ballet Intensive
July 13-Aug. 1. For stuents 11 years and older. Designed for students pursuing excellence in ballet technique and artistry. $2,500 residential; $1,400 commuter. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.

South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory Jazz & Contemporary Intensive
July 13-Aug. 1. For stuents 11 years and older. Designed for students pursuing excellence in jazz and contemporary training. $2,500 residential; $1,400 commuter. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.
South Carolina Summer Dance Conservatory

Princess Camp
June 16-20, June 23-27. For ages 4-6, 7-10. Classes include a variety of dance forms such as classical ballet, jazz, contemporary dance, and musical theatre, as well as special classes in acting, make-up, and dance arts and crafts. $210. USC Dance Program Studios: 324 Sumter St. 777-7264, artsandsciences.sc.edu/dance.

Southern Pottery Summer Pottery Camps
Eight sessions beginning June 9. For ages 6-11, 11-15. Three hours a day for five days. Wheel throwing and hand-built clay projects. $210; $190 before May 1. Southern Pottery Studio: 3105 Devine Street. 251-3001, southern-pottery.com.

Symphonic Safari
June 23-27. For ages 4-7. Feel the rhythm of the jungle in this music-inspired camp. Look high and low for furry and slimy friends in the museum and create your very own musical instruments and works of art inspired by the animals you find. $135; $108 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

Town Theatre Camps
June-July. Various ages. Several camps available , mostly revolivng around acting and theatre. Theatre: 1012 Sumter St. 799-2510, towntheatre.com.

Trustus Theatre
June 9-Aug. 8. Camps for grades 3-12. trustus.org.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Graphic/Digital Design
June 8-13, July 6-11. For grades 9-12, 6-9. Create original graphic design pieces with edge and impact using the industry standard tools in the Adobe Creative Suite. Partial scholarships available. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina Master Scholars Adventure Series: Adventures in Law & Crime
June 22-27. For grades 6-9. Learn about concepts of the court system, criminal investigation, defense and prosecution. $975 residential; $575 commuter. 777-9444, saeu.sc.edu/adventures.

University of South Carolina - University of South Carolina Fashion Camp
June 10-14. Ages 10-18. Project Runway-style fashion camp. $550. Carolina Coliseum: 708-2772,
hrsm.sc.edu/fashioncamp.

University of South Carolina Science & Technology Enrichment Program
July 7-11. 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Investigate the world of science through interactive hands-on units. Rising 6th graders explore: Energy + Force & Motion. Rising 7th and 8th graders explore: Genetics and Earth Structures. Online application also available at USC Marketplace - Science & Technology Enrichment Program. $25. Northside Middle School, 157 Cougar Dr., West Columbia. 777-2883. tiny.cc/STEP2014.

University of South Carolina School of Music
Drum Major Clinic

June 19-21. For high school students. Instruction and leadership classes, with an emphasis on developing fundamentals and advanced field conducting techniques. $99. University of South Carolina Band and Dance Hall: 324 Sumter St. 777-4278, sc.edu/music/summer-programs.

Summer Day Camp
July 14-18. For ages 8-14. Daily group music instruction culminating with a Friday afternoon concert. $125. University of South Carolina String Project: 851 Park St. 777-9568, sc.edu/music/summer-programs.

University of South Carolina Summer Drama Conservatory
June 7-27. For grades 1-12. Providing aspiring theatre artists with a challenging, stimulating and fun training and performance experience. Four age divisions. $200-$600. 777-1277, artsandsciences.sc.edu/thea.

Walk Like an Egyptian
June 16-20. Learn to walk like an Egyptian all around the CMA galleries! Crack the Pharaoh’s code and create your own papyrus scroll. $160; $128 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org..

What’s Your Story
June 16-20. For ages 8-12. Learn how the pros write and illustrate picture books. $160; $128 for members. Columbia Museum of Art: 1515 Main St. 799-2810, columbiamuseum.org.

math & science

Challenger Center Astronaut Academy
June 9-12. For ages 8-12. Explore robotics and rocketry and aviation as you prepare for your first mission! Campers will construct a robot and a model rocket with an engine that they can keep after launch. They will also fly a full Space Mission, visit the e-Planetarium, and fly planes with our flight simulators. $180. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center Intro to Aviation
June 9-10, June 11-12.  For ages 11-14, 14-18. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center
Aviation Academy

June 2-5. For ages 11-14. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center
Intermediate Aviation

June 23-24. For ages 11-18. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Learning Center
Advanced Aviation

June 25-26. For ages 11-18. Let our certified flight Instructor guide you through pilot training lessons on our flight simulators. $75. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Intro Robotics Camp
July 14-15. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $100. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Advanced Robotics Camp
July 16-17. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $100. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.

Challenger Center Advanced Robotics Camp
July 24. For ages 9-14. Camp participants will build robots to keep. $50. The Challenger Learning Center of Richland School District One: 2600A Barhamville Rd. 929-3951, thechallengercenter.net.



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