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Stillwater Summer 2017 Camps

 

Meridian Technology Center Summer Camps

Summertime is fun time at Tech. From building to baking, Meridian has a summer camp that’s just for you! All camps are $60. Each camp includes three days filled with hands-on activities, breakfast, lunch, snacks, T-shirt, camp photo and transportation. Each camp has a limited number of students. Students will be placed on a first-come basis until the camp is full. Campers will be notified of their camp placement. Visit https://www.meridiantech.edu/summercamp for more information.

June 6-8: 8:30 am – 3:00 pm (entering 7th-9th grade), Campers can choose to spend three days in either Salon Style or Under Construction; or campers can choose from three of the following areas: Automotive from the Inside Out, Camp CAD, Health Care Heroes, Sous Chef Academy, Digital Download, Infinite Exploration, or Photo Fun.

 

Deep Space Art Camp

Blast off for an out of this world adventure with the Stillwater Multi Arts Center! $110.00 per session, 10% discount for MAC members. Some scholarships are available. Call 405-747-8084 for more information.

May 30 - June 2: 3 and 4 year olds

June 5-8: 5 to 7 year olds

June 12-15: 8 to 10 year olds

June 19-22: 11 to 13 year olds

 

Junior Chocolatier Workshop Series

May 29 - June 29 and July 10-20: Join Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory for fun chocolate experiences. Children ages 6-12 are invited to attend the Junior Chocolatier Workshops on Monday-Thursday from 9:30 – 11:00 am. There will be a different theme for each workshop, so you can choose one or attend all five. Each workshop is $160 per four day session. Junior Chocolatiers will make and take home fudge, fudge pops, gourmet caramel apples, many chocolate dipped items, barks, and more. Call 405-533-2977 for more information.

 

Lego Challenge Camp at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium

Camp participants team up to solve one of two past Lego League challenges to learn that problems can have many solutions, discover the process is as valuable as the product, and to have fun. Camp is held on the OSU campus. Limited spaces available, registration closes July 1. Visit the website to learn more and to register.

July 11, 12, and 13: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

July 18, 19, and 20: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

Tinkering Classes at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium

Tuesdays in June, 10:30 - 11:30 am (4-6 year olds), 1:30 - 3:00 pm (7-12 year olds). Sign up for one of our Tuesday Tinkerer's Classes! Pre-registration is required. Call 405-533-3333 or register at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium front desk. $5 (+ tax) per person per class.

June 6: Pinewood Derby Cars - a great way to use your tinkering skills to work on speed or a super cool design.

June 13: Sewing 101 - Create your very own stuffed owl. Choose from a variety of fabric and accessories to make your one-of-a-kind owl. Children will operate a sewing machine as well as learn how to handle stitch.

June 20: Steampunk Metal Sculpture - We've been saving all sorts of creatures for this project. Use magnets to create your own sculpture. The best part, because it is held together with magnets you can make it over and over.

June 20: Computer Take-A-Part (9-12 year olds) - Like to take things apart? Interested in computers? An IT professional will walk students through how each part of the computer works as they deconstruct the machine. The culminating activity will be to use what they have learned to rebuild their computer. 

June 27: Make an Artbot - Technology meets art as you crate you very own drawing matching.

 

Craft Time at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium

Wednesdays in June: 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Come enjoy time to crate craft projects with Tinker Federal Credit Union volunteers.

 

Tinkering Projects at the Oklahoma WONDERtorium

Thursdays and Fridays through 3rd week in June, 1:00 - 4:00 pm. Come tinker with us! Whatever the materials, we'll be thinking creatively and using our hands to build things.

June 8-9: Straw Challenge - What can you make with straws? A roller coaster, a maze, or a tower. You are only limited by your imagination.

June 22-23: Take-a-Parts - This is your chance to take apart broken appliances to find out what makes them work. Then reassemble then into a creation.

 

Kindermusik Classes

Every day is a new beginning. A chance to help your child develop his or her highest potential and strongest foundation for learning. Experience a Kindermusik class with your child and see why we're the world's leading music-and-movement program for children in early childhood. Visit http://kindermusikwithjudy.kindermusik.com for more information.

June Session: Begins June 5

July Session: Begins July 5

 

Art and Dance Summer Camp

May 29 – August 11 (pick a week): Hosted by Stilly Arts. 6-12 year olds will learn acrylic painting, oil painting, pencil rendering, fabric painting, different styles of painting, putting on Henna tattoos, one chore on a Bollywood song or lessons on ballet and modern style dance. 3-6 year olds will learn: canvas painting, exploring different mediums, drawing and painting, Bollywood style dance/ballet and modern, fun crafts and activities. Visit https://stillyarts.com/summercamp for more information.

 

Stillwater KIDS Summer Sports Camp

Stillwater KIDS Summer Sports Camp is a great way to keep your kids excited, having fun, safe, and moving during the summer!  As a full day camp all summer long, students are able to experience many different sports such as martial arts, tumbling, basketball, Frisbee, and more!  Kids as young as 5 may join the program as long as space is still available.  In order to get more information visit our website at www.StillwaterSummerCamp.com or contact us at (405) 372-5425.

 

Stillwater Children's Theatre Broadway Bootcamps

Kids in the 2nd-8th grades are invited to join us for a week of everything musical theatre. Campers will enjoy training in warm-ups, acting and singing basics, stage movement, characterization, scene work, improvisation, costuming and make-up, auditioning techniques and much more. Each camp ends with a Friday performance. Tuition is $225 and includes all materials and free t-shirt. Email amylguthrie@sbcglobal.net or call 405-612-3770 for more information or visit stillwaterchildrenstheatre.com

June 12-16: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

June 19-23: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

Stillwater Children's Theatre presents "The Grunch"

Inspired by the popular "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas," The Grunch tells the story of Rudy Grunch, a grumpy 6th grader who always feels like an outsider. When the entire school gets excited about the annual school musical, he comes up with a perfect plan to ruin it for everyone: he'll steal the sets, costumes, and lights the night before it opens. But will the spirit of theatre prevail? Email amylguthrie@sbcglobal.net or call 405-612-3770 for more information or visit stillwaterchildrenstheatre.com

June 26-30: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

 

2017 Cubbie Island Day Camp

Cub Camp is a great time for Cub Scouts, in grades 1-4, to have fun shooting BB's and arrows, playing sports, water games, working with wood, marking art, learning about nature, acquiring new Scouting skills, and having lots of fun! Boys do not have to have been a Cub Scout prior to attending cub camp. New Tiger Cubs (completing kindergarten this school year) can attend day camp with a parent/guardian. View the camp flyer for more information or call the council office at 580-234-3652.

May 30 - June 1: Stillwater Cub Day Camp.

 

Sylvia Stapley Day Camp

June 12-16: Don't get "tide" down on a mundane summer. Catch the trade winds and sail away at Girl Scout Day Camp. We teach essential skills: building fires, preparing a campsite, setting up a tent, and learning to work as a team. Each year your confidence will soar and your abilities will reach new heights through activities designed just for you. Visit http://www.gseok.org to register or contact stapleysummercamp@gmail.com. View the camp flyer for more info.

 

Dog Days of Summer Art and Music Camp

July 17-21: Escape the heart with a week full of crating artistically and musically: with storytelling, drumming, singing, crating, painting and more. Instructors: Denise Ferrell (art teacher at Skyline Elementary) and Trish Ranson (music teacher at Westwood Elementary). View the camp flyer for more information.

 

FCC Stillwater Mission Camp

July 2-7: For grades 6-12. Participants will serve a huge variety of community service organizations, attend nightly worship services and have tons of fun! Registration is currently open to groups or individuals. More information is available eat Mission Camp 2017 Bring it Back or by contacting Sondra Ladd at 405-372-7722.

 

Summer on the Plaza

Summer on the Plaza is a family event featuring live music, Zumba dancing, dining, water activities, shopping, free movie showings, and much, much more. This event is held weekly on the last two Thursday’s in May and every Thursday in June. All the outdoor fun, including live performing artists and water slides begin at 6:00 pm. Families can enjoy pre-planned activities such as Zumba dancing and performance demonstrations, or they can eat at any restaurants within the Union and shop at the University Store. Every week we will show a free movie at 8:00 pm with premium $1 concessions in the Student Union Theater. There’s truly some fun for everyone at Summer on the Plaza, and we want you to be a part of it!

May 25: Jake Moffatt and "A Dog's Purpose"

June 1: The Devilish and "LEGO Batman"

June 8: Monica Taylor and "Moana"

June 15: Jack & Dave and "Sing"

June 22: Val Gladden Band and "Power Rangers"

June 29: Grassroots Radio and "Beauty and the Beast"

 

Learn to Swim Program

The Learn to Swim program offers classes for youth, adults, and parents and tots at the City of Stillwater Municipal Pool at 801 E.12 Ave. Classes are outlined and designed by the American Red Cross and certified lifeguards will supervise. To enroll in a program, download and fill out the activity registration form at http://stillwater.org or go to the City of Stillwater Armory Recreation Center at 315 E. 9th Ave. from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Learn more about the program: http://stillwater.org/page/home/government/departments-divisions/events-recreation/learn-to-swim-program

Youth Sessions: June 5-15, June 19-29, July 10-20, July 24-August 3. Youth sessions are offered for children ages 3 and 4 through Level 6 advanced swimmers. Cost is $50 per session and each session lasts 45 minutes. Youth sessions last two weeks and are held Monday through Thursday, with Friday reserved for makeup days. 

Parent/Tot Sessions: June 5-15, June 19-29, July 10-20, July 24-August 3. Parent and tot sessions are for parents and children ages 6 months to 2 years. Each session lasts 30 minutes and costs $50 per session. Classes are offered Monday through Thursday, with Fridays reserved for makeup days. 

Jr. Lifeguard Sessions: June 5-15, July 10-August 3. Junior lifeguard sessions are offered Monday through Thursday for 45 minutes and last four weeks. The cost is $80 per session and the recommended age is 10 to 15. 

Adult Sessions: Adult private lessons are offered for $80 per session. To schedule adult lessons, contact the Municipal Pool at 405-747-8090.

 

Tennis Lesson Program

Tennis lessons are also available for beginners and advanced beginners. Participants will need to provide their own rackets. Each class will last 45 minutes and cost is $50 per person per session. Lessons are at the Couch Park tennis courts at 823 E. 12th Ave. To enroll in a program, download and fill out the activity registration form at http://stillwater.org or go to the City of Stillwater Armory Recreation Center at 315 E. 9th Ave. from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Learn more about the tennis program: http://stillwater.org/page/home/government/departments-divisions/events-recreation/tennis-lessons.

Session 1: June 5-19

Session 2: June 19-29

Session 3: July 10-20

Session 4: July 24-August 3

 

Gameday Sports Complex Stay Active Summer Program

May 24 - August 16: Available for ages 6-12, Monday-Friday. Activities include: games, agilities, kickball, wiffleball, volleyball, dodgeball, craft projects, sport/kid themed movies, and ore. For more information, call 405-385-3007 or view the camp flyer.

 

Pioneer Summer Pride

Weight training, speed and agility training, flexibility and running drills to enhance athletic performance with many of the SHS head coaches. This program focuses on core development. Open to any athlete grades 6-12. View the camp flyer for more information.

June 6-8, June 13-15, June 20-22, June 27-29, July 11-13, July 18-20: 8:30 – 10:30 am

 

Chic Davis’s Pioneer Basketball Camp

The time. The effort. The Pain. The passion. The strength. The courage. You sacrificed it all for the love of the game. Camp is led by Stillwater High School head basketball coach Michael Davis and staff. View the camp flyer for more information.

May 30 - June 2: Tues-Thurs 9:000 am – 4:00 pm, Fri 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

 

Lady Pioneer All-Star Basketball Camp

This youth basketball camp is designed to introduce or reinforce the fundamental skills of basketball and develop team concepts. Open to any girl entering the 2nd-10th grade during the 2017-2018 school year. Contact Kendra Kilpatrick at kkilpatrick@stillwaterschools.com with questions. View the camp flyer for more information.

June 5-8: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Lady Pioneer Girls Fast Pitch Softball Camp

May 30 – June 1: This fast pitch camp is for girls wanting to learn or advance their skills in fast pitch softball. The camp will emphasize the following skills: throwing mechanics, fielding fundamentals, base running, hitting/bunting, and defensive situations. Camp director will be head softball coach Karie Linsenmeyer. Camp staff may include current and former Pioneer softball players. Session 1: K-4th grade, 8:00 – 10:00 am. Session 2: 5th-8th grade, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm. View the camp flyer for more information.

 

Pioneer Soccer Academy

July 25-28: For boys and girls entering 1st-8th grade. The focus of this camp is on the core techniques necessary for the kids to reach their full potential. From fun games to competitions that incorporate skill development, the players will be exposed to activities that expand their skill level and enlighten their understanding of the game. This will all be done in a fun and entertaining way. Players will be broken into age appropriate groups that encourage an environment of healthy competition where everyone wins because they are improving their knowledge and skills of the game. Contact Seth Condley at 405-612-7214 or ostate31@yahoo.com for more information and registration.

 

Summer Food Service Program Free Meals for Kids

May 30 - July 28: Monday-Friday, closed July 4. For all children ages 18 and younger. View the flyer for more information.

Will Rogers Elementary, 1211 N. Washington: Breakfast 7:30 - 8:30 am and Lunch 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Southern Woods Park, 12th and Hester: Lunch 11:00 - 11:30 am

Boomer Lake Pavilions, near the Splash Pad: Lunch 12:00 - 12:30 pm

Summer @ Your Library

The Stillwater Public Library has a summer filled with clubs, performances, prizing, friends and READING! They provide summer programs for children (up to sixth grade) and teens (sixth through twelfth grade) and adults (18 and over). All clubs have age appropriate activities and reading suggestions, and family movies are offered each week. Visit the library website for more information.

Children’s Summer Reading Program

In Mid-May each year, the library will open registration to its summer reading program.  Children or their parents may register online or at the library.  Once the form is complete pick up a summer reading club packet at the library.  All reading prizes will be handed out at the library and hours will only be counted for registered participants.

Reading Program: Children are encouraged to read during their summer vacation and can earn prizes by doing so.  Readers will keep track of how much time they read on logs provided in their packet.  Each log has icons that should be marked for every 15 minutes a child reads or is read to by a caregiver.

The Award Ceremony: The Award Ceremony will be held on July 25th at 10:00 am and 1:30 pm.  Children who have read 10 or more hours will be invited to attend. We ask that families with last names starting with A-L attend the 10:00 am ceremony and last names starting with M-Z attend the 1:30 pm ceremony.

Live Performances: Live performances by children’s entertainers such as theater troupes, clowns, magicians, storytellers, dancers and more.  Performances are held each Tuesday in June and July at 10:00 am, 1:30 pm, 3:30 pm, and 6:30 pm and take place in the Auditorium on the second floor of the meeting room building. There will be no evening performance of the operetta.

  • June 6: Spirit of Oklahoma Operetta
  • June 13: Jammin Randy Show (music)
  • June 20: Magician Kevin Wade
  • June 27: Tom Sawyer Marionettes
  • July 4: Library Closed
  • July 11: Monty Harper (music)
  • July 18: Mad Science Engineering
  • July 25: Reading Aware Ceremony (by invitation only)

Movies: Family-friendly films (rated G or PG) will be shown on the big screen in the auditorium on Thursdays at 10:00 am & 1:30 pm. One bag of popcorn per person will be provided. We encourage everyone to bring a water bottle which we can refill with ice water.

  • June 6: "Finding Dory”
  • June 15: “Zootopia”
  • June 22: “Moana”
  • June29: “Secret Life of Pets”
  • July 6: “Pete's Dragon”
  • July 13: “Paddington”
  • July 20: “Lego Movie”

T-Shirts: The library issues a free T-Shirt Logo Coupon with each reading packet.  The Chris’ University Spirit coupon is good for one free logo that will be professionally ironed on to your own T-shirt.   Children should wear their current summer t-shirts to the programs to be eligible to enter drawings for a prize (only one drawing entry per day).

Weekly Drawing: A weekly drawing will be held at closing on Fridays. All summer reading club members are encouraged to visit the library each week to enter the drawing. Winners will be notified by phone each week.

 

Teen Summer Reading Program

The Teen Summer Reading Program includes weekly events and the opportunity to earn prizes for reading.  Students in grades 6-12 are eligible to participate. Teens or their parents may register for the program at the Help Desk or online.  Everyone will receive a bag with a suggested reading list, a brochure of events, and tracking sheets to record their reading. Visit the library website for more information.

Reading Tracking: Track time read online using your wandoo username and password. You can access the site at home, at the library catalog computers, or on your mobile device. Librarians are happy to show you how to track your time on wandoo!

Teen Summer T-Shirts: Bring your own t-shirt (with your first and last name written in permanent ink/marker on the tag or inside of the collar) to the library before closing on May 29 and Stillwater Screenprinting will print our Teen SRP design on them for free! Or, if you complete your first five hours of reading by May 29, you'll be eligible for a FREE t-shirt by completing the survey linked from your Prizes page (survey will close 9:00 am May 30). Shirts will be available for pickup the day of our first program on June 7.

Weekly Programs: Each Wednesday in June and July from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, the library holds a program just for young adults. Programs include everything from concerts and cool science presentations to trendy craft projects and movies.

  • June 7: FABRICATE a Better World with Tulsa Mobile FabLab
  • June 14: INSPIRE a Better World with OKC Improv
  • June 21: INNOVATE a Better World with OK Science Museum and OSU Robotic Cognition Lab
  • June 28: GROW a Better World with OSU's Payne County Botany Extension
  • July 5: CRAFT a Better World by making props and accessories for the Library's August mini-com
  • July 12: CREATE a Better World with recycled books art, mural painting and tie dye.
  • July 19: CONSTRUCT a Better World with design challenges using building materials, Lego and K'NEX
  • July 26: Finale at Roller Dome

Grand Prize and Weekly Drawings: At each weekly program names will be drawn for small prizes. At the summer finale, all submitted tracking sheets and "extra" entries will be compiled and winners for the grand prize will be drawn.

Top 30 Readers: This summer we are rewarding the teens that read the most!  The top thirty readers will be invited to attend after hours event at the library!

 

Adult Summer Reading Program

Readers can spend this summer reading for fun and prizes or attending an engaging Let's Talk About It, Oklahoma series on Civil Rights. The adult summer reading program officially begins on June 1. Visit the library website for more information.

Register: Please register online with Wandoo.  You can track all of your reading online using your Wandoo account, or you can request a paper tracker at the help desk beginning June 1.

Part 1 Read One Hour Each Week: Each week that you read one hour you will earn: an entry into our weekly prize drawing and an entry into the end of summer grand prize drawing

Part 2 Complete Challenges: Complete other challenges like attending programs, reading books, or participating in our "Let's Talk About It, OK" program to earn small incentives and extra entries in the end of summer grand prize drawing. 

Prizes: The end of summer grand prizes include: Two drawings for $100 gift cards to Lowe's. Some of the weekly prizes include: $25 gift cards to local businesses such as Everyman, Flourishes, Cindy's Pizza, to name a few.

Attend Programs: Adults eager to join the fun will have a program of their own, a five book reading series, “Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma: Civil Rights and Equality: A Pulitzer Prize Centennial Program.” Readers interested in joining the series should come by the Help Desk to sign up and pick up the first book in the series to read before the first program on Thursday, June 8, at 6:30 p.m. Each program includes a presentation from a humanities scholar, small group books discussions and refreshments. Readers who complete the series will be eligible for an end of series drawing for a Town & Gown and Allied Arts season pass. The program, provided by Oklahoma Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities, Inasmuch Foundation and Kirkpatrick Family Fund, includes:

  • June 8: The Known World by Edward P. Jones with scholar Dr. Tracy Floreani
  • June 29: Native Guard by Natasha Tretheway with scholar Dr. Harbour Winn
  • July 20: Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Katherine Boo with scholar Dr. Nyla Ali Khan
  • August 10: A Plague of Doves by Louise Erdrich with scholar Dr. Russ Tallchief
  • August 31: The Arc of Justice: A Saga of Race, Civil Rights, and Murder in the Jazz Age by Kevin Boyle with scholar Dr. Lloyd Musselman

Stillwater Public Schools Summer Camps

Click here for more information and the enrollment form.

 

SPS Virtual Academy

June 5 - July 20: For grades K-8th. Personalized learning curriculum software will allow your child to increase academic skills while enjoying a busy summer schedule. The program is web-based and can be accessed from anywhere there is internet connection and a computer. Reports emailed weekly to monitor student progress.

 

Reading, Writing, and Eating

June 12-15 and 19: For grades 4th-5th. This program will help raise students' reading comprehension and math calculation while learning the importance of sequence when they read multi-step recipes. Each meeting students will actively participate in reading recipes, measuring ingredients and safely using kitchen appliances. The best part is they get to eat their finished creation.

 

Computers and Coding

June 12-15: For grades K-2nd. Come learn the basics of using computers and build a foundation for computer use at home and school. Students will learn a variety of skills including basic logging in, using the school website/search engines/school provided programs and the beginnings of coding.

 

An American Girl Adventure

June 19-22: For grades 3rd-5th. Students will experience an American Girl book blue while learning about history, crafts, cooking and etiquette.

 

Technology Connections

May 30-31: For grades 3rd-5th. Love to code? Love robots? Love discovering how things work? Come check out all the latest education technology, learn how to program your own games, and challenge others to build small electronic gadgets during the two-day, fun-filled technology experience.

 

Paper Creations

June 5-6: For grades 3rd-5th. Come discover the magic of paper! This two-day, hands-on, make-and-take camp will features paper making, origami folding, kite building, and aerodynamic paper plane flying. Students will even create their own paper roller coasters and compete with other teams to design the strongest paper structures possible. This camp is perfect for crafty kids with architecture and aerospace dreams or anyone who loves the challenge of building.

Oklahoma State University 2017 Athletic Camps

 

Mike Gundy Cowboy Football Camps

The Mike Gundy Cowboy Football Camps are designed to give each individual athlete a solid foundation in the basic football fundamentals needed to excel at his specific position.  The Oklahoma State Football staff and guest coaches run all camps.  This means you will receive the same expert coaching that every OSU player receives.  Camps are designed to be fun, educational and allow each athlete an opportunity to develop his overall skills.  Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and gender. Visit the camp website for more information.

Oklahoma State Mini-Camp 1: June 2 (9th-12th graders)

Oklahoma State Mini-Camp 2: June 11 (9th-12th graders)

Special Teams Camp: June 7 (Kickers, punters, and long snappers in 9th-12th grades)

Youth Camp: June 9 (4th-8th graders)

Down and Dirty Linemen Camp: June 8 (Offensive and defensive linemen only in 9th-12th grades)

Women’s Football 101: July 2017 (Ladies only event)

 

Jim Littell Basketball Camps

Expect a camp experience that includes instruction, drills, competitions and games. Call 405-744-4592 or visit https://littellhoopscamp.com for more information. The Jim Littell Basketball camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number of camp participants, age, grade level, or gender.

Individual Camp: June 5-7, This camp focuses on offensive and defensive fundamental skills as well as increasing individual skills through station work, position work and competitive competitions.

Advanced Player Camp: June 5-7, This camp is intended for a higher—advanced level of instruction. It will consist of intense specialized instruction of passing, dribbling, screening and shooting. Campers will be challenged with drills, competitions and highly competitive scrimmages.

Shooting Camp: June 8, This camp is intended for players, grades 7 – 12. The camp focuses on the basic fundamentals of shooting.

Team Camp: June 9-11, This is a High School team camp with different divisions for skill level and sizes of schools. The camp will consist of daily play and then a championship bracket for all divisions. Teams will be split into different divisions depending on their class size and skill levels. All teams will play at least six games—with the potential for more.

Little Cowgirl Camp: June 12-14, This camp focuses on the basic fundamentals of shooting, passing, ball handling, teamwork and defense. For grades K-3.

Junior Cowgirl Camp: June 12-14, This camp provides the opportunity to focus more on player development, one on one moves, defensive technique and shot improvement. There will also be station drills and competitive contests.  For grades 4-8.

 

Mike Boynton Basketball Camp

The primary purposes are to teach young men to develop their skills and improve their abilities in the finer points of basketball, improve as people, and have fun. The camp staff encourages the development of sportsmanship, leadership and citizenship. For registration or questions, click here or call 405-744-5845.

Mini Camp: June 12-12, Coach Mike's Mini Camp is geared toward the youngest inspired future hipsters. Campers entering grades 1-6 will have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of the game in a fun-filled environment. 

Team Camp: June 16-18, The Team Camp is structured for all levels of high school aged competition. We offer a variety of options so that every team can benefit. Playing multiple games against competition across the region will help develop team chemistry for your upcoming season. Camps are run in conjunction will Eddie Jackson Bi-State Officiating Clinic. All games will be officiated by high school and college officials.

Elite Camp: August 5, The Elite Camp is designed for basketball lovers with an advanced understanding of the game. We encourage applicants to have a high level of experience with competition and skill work. For players entering grades 9-12.

 

Josh Holliday Baseball School

Summer Youth Camps are an awesome way to spend three summer days on the same field where the Pokes play. Camp will be instructed by the entire OSU Coaching staff as well as OSU Players and other High School and College Coaches. Camp will cover all facets of the game as well as scrimmages and other fun activities. Session 2 of camp will be appropriately scaled for older and more advanced youth players. Visit the camp website for more information.

Session 1: June 19 -21 (1st-4th graders)

Session 2: June 22-23 (5th – 8th graders)

 

Cowgirl Softball Camps

The Oklahoma State coaching staff is proud to announce a summer camp at the Cowgirl Softball Complex. Visit the camp website for more information and to register.

Offensive/Defensive Three-Day Camp: June 12-14, For girls ages 8-19. These unique skills camps offer in-depth and advanced training for the particular areas inside the game. Each member of the coaching staff will be leading a specific area that concentrates on their particular area of expertise. Each camp will provide quality instruction and the opportunity to interact with several current OSU Cowgirl softball players. Participants are encouraged to attend all camps to receive instruction on different parts of the game.

Summer Prospect Camp: June 19-22, For girls entering 7th-12th grade. These unique skills camps offer in-depth and advanced training for the particular areas inside the game. Each member of the coaching staff will be leading a specific area that concentrates on their particular area of expertise. Each camp will provide quality instruction and the opportunity to interact with several current OSU Cowgirl softball players.

Summer Experience Camp: July 9-12, For girls entering 7th-12th grade. This exclusive camp is an overnight camp that will be a look into the daily life and schedule of Cowgirl softball. Campers will be educated on NCAA compliance, academics, nutrition, and will have the opportunity to strength train with our Strength and Conditioning coach. This unique camp will offer the camper an experience that will give them a first-hand idea of what the life of a cowgirl softball player would be. There will be several days of direct interaction with our current team and staff. There will softball instruction in all areas of the game by day, and games at night. For the Cowgirl Experience Camp, each camper will stay in the dorms to get the living arrangement experience of our players who live on campus. All meals will be provided beginning Sunday evening. Campers will also get a travel experience. On the final day of camp, we will Charter to ASA Stadium in OKC to play a game.

 

John Smith Wrestling Camps

Visit the camp website for more information.

Technique Camp: June 18-22, This camp is for the wrestler that is looking to improve on the best and easiest way to get a takedown, to score off bottom, and different ways to ride from the top position.

Team Camp: June 22-26, This camp is for you to bring your whole team, as many wrestlers as you want, and wrestle the best teams from across the country! Everyone competes in dual meets and Tuesday’s closing tournament. Awards go to the top three teams and to the top three place winners in the tournament.

Intensified Training Camp: June 18-27, This camp consists of four workouts a day for 10 days, including running and weightlifting. NCAA rules now permit seniors to attend camps.

 

Oklahoma State Soccer Camps

Visit the camp website for more information and to register.

Advanced Camp 1: June 11-15, For boys and girls ages 8-18. Advanced Camps will be broken down into two groups. The younger group will focus more on the technical aspects of the game such as shooting, passing, receiving, dribbling, and moves. The older group will focus more on the tactical aspects of the game such as shape, movement off the ball, positioning, and combination play. Both groups will be exposed to all aspects of the game, i.e. game situations, small sided games, and a competitive environment.

Advanced Camp 2: July 9-13, For boys and girls ages 8-18. Advanced Camps will be broken down into two groups. The younger group will focus more on the technical aspects of the game such as shooting, passing, receiving, dribbling, and moves. The older group will focus more on the tactical aspects of the game such as shape, movement off the ball, positioning, and combination play. Both groups will be exposed to all aspects of the game, i.e. game situations, small sided games, and a competitive environment.

Junior Elite ID Camp: July 17-19, For boys and girls in 5th-7th grade at time of registration. This camp is designed for advanced ECNL, ODP and Club players and will be very competitive. If you want to test yourself against the best, this camp is for you. The sessions will be run by top-level club, high school and college coaches.

Elite College ID Camp: July 19-21, For girls entering high school at time of registration. The Elite College ID Camp will be conducted by head coach Colin Carmichael, associate head coach Justin Elkington, and assistant coach Ben Williams. The coaching sessions and curriculum will be designed by the OSU coaches to challenge players with advanced technical and tactical components of the game. The camp is designed for advanced ODP, Club, High School and Junior College players and will be very competitive. If you want to test yourself against the best, this camp is for you.

Goalkeeper Academy: All sessions, The Goalkeeping Academy is run in conjunction with every OSU Soccer Camp and is available to those players currently playing goalkeeper or those who may be interested in playing. Goalkeepers of all ages and abilities are invited to attend. Goalkeepers will be put in training groups of similar age and ability in order to maximize learning potential. Goalkeepers will receive specialized Keeper training from the OSU Goalkeeper Coach, along with current and former Cowgirl Goalkeepers.

 

OSU Tennis Camps

Oklahoma State tennis coaches Chris Young and Jay Udwadia will team up to host the Oklahoma State tennis camp this summer. The camp will consist of two sessions, both hosted at the brand new Greenwood Tennis Center in Stillwater. Each session will consist of a 10 & under program, as well as a player development camp for players ages 10-18. Visit the camp website for more information.

10 and Under Program: June 5-8, This cost of attending this session of the camp is $175. Children ages 6-10 are eligible to attend this session. The camp will run Monday through Thursday, with each day beginning at 9:30 a.m., and wrapping up at noon. Campers have the option of purchasing lunch each day of the camp for $10/day.

Player Development Commuter Camp: June 5-8, This session of the OSU tennis camp costs $350 and is geared towards players ages 10-18. The camp will run Monday through Thursday, with each day beginning at 9:30 a.m., and wrapping up at 4 p.m.

10 and Under Program: June 12-15, This cost of attending this session of the camp is $175. Children ages 6-10 are eligible to attend this session. The camp will run Monday through Thursday, with each day beginning at 9:30 a.m., and wrapping up at 4 p.m. Campers have the option of purchasing lunch each day of the camp for $10/day.

Player Development/Tour Training Overnight Camp: June 12-15, This session of the OSU tennis camp costs $350 for commuters and $575 for campers staying overnight. The overnight camp fee includes room and board for the week. Commuting campers have the option of purchasing dinner each night of the camp for $10/day. The camp is geared towards players ages 10-18. The camp will run Monday through Thursday, with each day beginning at 9:30 a.m., and wrapping up at 4 p.m.

 

Cowboy/Cowgirl Golf Camp

The purpose of this camp is to expose young golfers to the basic and advanced techniques of competitive golf as taught on the collegiate and professional levels and have a good time in the process. There are three different sessions from which to choose: two one-week sessions and a two-week session. Golfers may attend either of the first two sessions, June 3rd – 7th or June 7th – 11th, or may choose to attend both sessions, June 3rd – 11th. Visit the camp website for more information.

Session 1: June 3-7

Session 2: June 7-11

 

OSU Equestrian College Prep Camp

The Oklahoma State coaching staff will be hosting College Prep Camp at their facility in Stillwater, OK.  Head coach Larry Sanchez brings his 20 plus years of collegiate coaching experience to the camp along with Assistant Western Coach Jenna Blumer and Assistant Hunt Seat Coach Sammy Elser. Per NCAA rules this camp is open to any female high school student who is entering grades 9 through 12. Registration is limited to the first 50 applicants (25 per camp.) Further applications will be kept on file in the order received and given first priority in the event of cancellations. Openings will be filled on a first come, first serve basis and we anticipate the 50 available spots to fill up quickly. Participants will be placed into the camp roster in the order that registration forms and payment are received. The purpose of our camp is to take your riding skills to the next level. Our goal is to introduce you to collegiate level riding and the expectations of being a member of a collegiate team. Most of all, we want you to meet fellow riders from across the globe and have fun! Visit the camp website for more information.

Session 1: June 6-9

Session 2: June 13-16

Oklahoma State University 2017 Summer Camps

 

Around the World in 10 Days Summer Arts Camp

Students will learn about the arts, culture, history, and cuisine of the world in a hands-on two-week tour that will be both fun and informational. Students will have daily instruction in visual art and work on their writing skills.Students will gain awareness of and appreciation for global culture. This camp is for students ages 9-12 (*8 year olds who have completed 3rd grade may attend). Students must wear closed toe shoes (no flip flops or open toes) and clothes that can get dirty! Visit the camp website for more information.

Session 1: July 10-14

Session 2: July 17-21

 

OSU Livestock Judging Camp (Animal Science)

 Target age group: 13-18 year olds. Contact Rust Gosz, 405-714-2032 or visit http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/extension/youth/2017FinalLJCPacket.pdf

Session 1: June 12-14

Session 2: June 15-17

 

Future Agricultural Education Teachers Academy

June 19-23: For ages 16-18 years. Contact Jon Ramsey at 405-744-4260 or visit aged.okstate.edu for more information.

 

Camp T.U.R.F.

Camp T.U.R.F. is a 2-week, residential academy at Oklahoma State University.  Students will  interact with professors and explore a variety of careers in horticulture and landscaping, with hands-on activities at botanical gardens, field research stations, a turfgrass research center, greenhouses, research laboratories and design laboratories, as well as special OSU facilities such as the Insect Zoo.  Evening and recreational activities are also planned. Visit http://www.hortla.okstate.edu/camp-turf for more information.

June 4-16: For students entering 9th/10th grade in the fall

 

Grandparent University

Since 2003, the OSU Alumni Association has welcomed OSU Legacies ages 7 to 13 and their grandparents to campus for a unique intergenerational learning experience at Grandparent University. This three-day summer camp is a fun-filled experience that actively engages kids in academics at OSU while creating memories for grandparents and their grandchildren. The Legacies enroll in one of the provided majors. After completing the program they will “graduate” with a certificate in their chosen field. Along with the activities in the classroom, there is time to socialize over swimming at the Colvin Center or cheering at the OSU Tailgate. For more information, visit the website.

Session 1: June 22-23

Session 2: June 28-30

 

Oklahoma State 4-H Roundup

July 26-28: Contact Kevin Allen at 405-744-8890 for more information.

 

Summer Art Academy

The Oklahoma State University Department of Art, Graphic Design, and Art History announces the third annual summer program aimed at junior high and high school students. The Summer Art Academy is a non-credit commuter program of summer classes for students aged 13-18. The schedule of classes allows students to attend afternoon blocks under the guidance of master instructors. The academy covers a wide variety of topics including art history, portraiture, learning from the ancient Greeks, jewelry making, sculpture, watercolor and design thinking & design creation. Visit https://summerartacademy.okstate.edu for more information.

May 30 - June 2: Art History for Everyone

June 5-9: Portraiture

June 12-16: Learning from the Ancient Greeks

June 19-23: Jewelry Making

June 26-30: Sculpture

July 5-7: Intro to Watercolor Painting

July 10-14: Design Thinking and Design Making

 

It's a Polymer Life: Polymers of Everyday Life Summer Academy

The program will introduce several aspects within the field of science through the use of academic projects that are designed to stimulate creativity, and be fun! The academy is funded by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education (OSRHE) and OSU, so there is NO CHARGE to participants. All project supplies and equipment, instruction by OSU faculty, food, and transportation to scheduled activities during the academy will be provided. For more information contact, Julie Swaringim-Griffin (405)744-4725.

July 9-14: For grades 10-12

 

Energy Communications Camp

The Energy Communications Camp provides a hands-on learning opportunity for high school students to explore a career that combines the science of energy with the art of storytelling. Visit http://ecc.okstate.edu for more information.

June 12-16: For high school students ages 13-18.

 

Oklahoma Bass Bash at OSU

The Oklahoma Bass Bash was started in 2005 for middle and high school bass students.  The four-day camp alternates locations each summer between The University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University.  A typical day includes:  warm up and technique classes, workshops on OK All-State audition material, a jazz class, and a solo class, in which students may perform prepared solos for their peers with a professional accompanist.  Additionally, each student will receive a private lesson with one of the instructors. Chamber music is also a particular emphasis of the Bass Bash, so students are divided into different groups to rehearse bass ensembles to be performed at a final concert. Breakfast and lunch take place on campus and evening meals will be at different local restaurants.  There will also be evening activities that both resident and commuter students can participate in.  Past activities have included a talent show, movie night, and bowling. Each student will receive an OK Bass Bash t-shirt. The faculty of the Oklahoma Bash Bash includes highly qualified public school teachers and university professors.  They all have professional orchestra experience and have studied with teachers from across the country.  Please look at the bio page for more information about each of these teachers. Visit http://www.okbassbash.com for more information.

June 5-8: for ages 12-18 with at least one year of upright bass playing experience

 

Young Musician's Summer Camp

The Stillwater Honor Choir will provide young people the opportunity to sing quality choral music representing a variety of styles, eras, and cultures. Singers will expand their vocal development, enhance their musicianship skills, and experience a variety of traditional and contemporary repertoire appropriate for their age and vocal maturity.  The Stillwater Honor Choir is a nonprofit organization whose activities are overseen by a Parent Advisory Board. Visit http://www.stillwaterhonorchoir.com for more information.

June 19-23: for students entering grades 4-7 in the Fall. 

 

OSU Summer Music Camp

A five-day intensive musical experience, the OSU Summer Music Camp offers high school students the opportunity to study their instruments in a comprehensive collegiate setting.  The camp offers three tracks of study: band, orchestra and piano.  Band and orchestra students will have the opportunity to play as members of large ensembles, as well as participate in instrument-specific instruction, led by OSU music faculty members.  Students will be involved in master classes, chamber ensembles, and elective course studies.  Private lessons with OSU faculty are also available. Students will study in-depth instrument-specific fundamentals, short- and long-term strategies for musical growth, and techniques for high-level performance, including how to progress in the All-State process and other competitions. Visit http://musiccamp.okstate.edu for more information.

July 9-14: For high school students entering grades 9-12 and graduated seniors.

 

ISyTE - Information Systems Technology Exploration

At the OSU ISyTE Academy, you will spend six days on the OSU-Stillwater campus interacting with current OSU MIS students and faculty members. Visit https://cepd.okstate.edu/openenrollment/isyte/ for more information.

July 4-9: For students entering grades 9-11 in Fall 2017.

 

Operation High Flight Aviation

Contact Vallory Vencill at 405-744-8935 or click here for more information.

June 5: Grades 5-6

June 6: Grades 7-8

June 7-8: Grades 9-12

 

OSU Writing Project - Songwriting Camp

June 9: in the Williard Living Room. Contact Shelbie Witte at shelbie.witte@okstate.edu for more information.

 

Design, Housing, and Merchandising

June 26-28: Ages 13 and up. Contact Dr. Jane Swinney at 405-744-5035 for more information.

 

Family and Consumer Sciences Education Academy

Experience life as an OSU student in a Village residence hall, fun and interesting tours and programs, and insights from Family and Consumer Sciences teachers and Cooperative Extension county educators. Visit https://facsed.okstate.edu for more information.

June 18-20: High school students who completed their junior year and planning a career as a Family and Consumer Sciences teacher/educator.

 

OSU Reading Tutoring Assistance

July 17 – August 2: Monday-Thursday 4:00 – 5:00 pm, 111 PIO Building, OSU Campus. For grades 1-8. The Randall and Carol White Reading and Mathematics Center offers personalized tutoring assistance to elementary and middle grade students who wish to improve their reading and mathematics skills. The tutoring program is offered through the School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership and serves the dual purpose of preparing OSU education majors while helping students from the community and area public schools with reading and mathematics skills. Visit https://education.okstate.edu/rmc for more information.

Vacation Bible School

 

Bible Baptist Church

June 12-16: 115 N. Young St. (E. Virginia and N. Jardot), 9:30 - 11:30 am. For children in 3rd-12th grade. Most parents desire for their children to have good character; but how does that happen? At Stillwater’s Character Connection for Kids, we aim to teach good character. However, we do not want to just teach them what we think is good, but rather what the Bible has to say about character. Whether at school or sports practice, playing with their friends or listening to their parents, we want children to not just have character, but have character built by the Word of God. That is where this year’s construction-themed Bible School, “Building by the Blueprints,” comes in. During the week, boys and girls will participate in songs, games, the world-famous Penny March and, most importantly, will learn lessons about the Godly character trait of obedience. Free transportation available. Call 405-372-7444  or go to characterconnection.org to enroll

 

Countryside Church

June 12-15: 2124 S. Western, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. For children who will be entering Pre-K through 3rd grade. This year at VBS, we will be turning your kids into Galactic Starveyors! As kids focus their telescopes on the marvels painted in the sky by the Creator, they will discover the wonder among all wonders - that the God who created everything there is (the knowable and the unknowable, the visible and the invisible) wants a personal relationship with them! Click here for more information and to register.

 

University Heights Baptist Church

June 12-16: 323 S. Knoblock, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm. For kids who have completed Pre-K through 5th grade. This year's theme is "Maker Fun Factory." Follow the link for registration: http://www.uheights.org/VBS

Stillwater Public Schools Summer School

 

Visit https://www.stillwaterschools.com/District/SummerSchool for more information.

Elementary Summer Reading Academy: June 26– July 20

ELL Summer School: June 26 - July 20

Middle School (Reading) Remediation: June 26 – July 20

Middle School (Math) Remediation: June 26 – July 20

Junior High School (Reading) Remediation: June 26 – July 20

Junior High School (Math) Remediation: June 26 – July 20

High School Credit Recovery, Online Edgenuity: May 30 – June 22

High School Credit Recovery, Teacher Led: May 30 – June 22

Driver’s Education Session 1: May 30 – June 22, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Driver’s Education Session 2: May 30 – June 22, 12:30 – 4:30 pm