School events

June 14, 2014 

The Springer Theater Academy offers drama camps in a variety of two-week, three-week and four-week sessions, until August 1. Learn more at www.springeroperahouse.org, select Academy.

Coca-Cola Space Science Center Summer Camps: Space Extravaganza; Rocket Boosters; Space Robotics; So You Want to be an Astronaut; Lego Camp; Embry-Riddle Teen Aerospace, Unmanned Systems and Robotics; Space-O-Rama; Embry-Riddle Women in Aviation and Space and Lightspeeders. Times, age groups and fees vary. Register online at www.Activ8er.com or in person at CSU's Elizabeth Bradley Turner Center. For additional info, call 706-649-1477.

Art Camp for Kids by Rose Maree Ogle, 9:30 a.m.-noon, June 16-20 at Mount Zion Baptist Church, 1232 Double Churches Rd. Cost is $75 which includes supplies. 706-324-5829

National Infantry Museum's Summer Camp Benning:

[ ]June 23-27: "An Adventure Through Time", 8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m., ages 10-15

Dive deeper into each major conflict in U.S. military history. From learning about the Spanish-American War to advanced tactics that help soldiers today stay safer and faster on the modern battlefield, campers will see first-hand what it takes to secure our freedoms. Mock Vietnam reconnaissance missions will establish the importance of teamwork, leadership and communication between campers.

[ ]June 30-July 3: "Boots on the Ground", 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m., ages 6-8

Campers will have the opportunity to explore U.S. military history from the Revolutionary War to WWI. This camp will introduce campers to the basics of what being a soldier is all about, while learning about what they would have experienced on a day-to-day basis.

Fee is $200 per camper. Some scholarships are available. For more information or to register, call 706-685-5814 or go to www.nationalinfantrymuseum.org/special-events.

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