Friday, May 29, 2009

Golf camp, Art camp, Public Library news

If you haven't registered your youngster or grandchild for Golf Camp at Adobe Golf Course, use the index to the right of this notice to find the registration form and get signed up. Every year a camp participant has the chance to win a brand new set of really good golf clubs complete with bag and accessories.  GET THOSE BASICS INSTILLED AT A YOUNG AGE AND WHO KNOWS, THERE MAY BE A TIGER WOODS OR ARNOLD PALMER HERE IN OUR AREA!

Art Camp begins Monday, the first week of June. Go to the City of Fruita web site or visit the office in the Civic Center to register. The phone number is 858 0360. A few spots are still open for the first week, which is creepy crawler week. Week two will center on masks and inventions. Week three and four will focus on fantasy and food. Students will get to do great things in clay, learn painting techniques, drawing, printmaking, batik and thinking outside the box.
There are plenty of spots open for weeks 2 and 3. Week 4 is getting full. Each week is different and fun. Vera Mulder, Naomi Barlow and Laurie Baker are all certified art teachers, making this camp season fun. THIS IS SOMETHING FUN AND SAFE TO FILL SUMMER DAYS FOR AGES 6 to 14.

Mesa County Public Libraries are hosting a gala opening for the "Carnival of Animals" opening with the grand Junction Symphony doing the entertainment. June 4 is the special day, 10 a.m. is the time, all of you are the special guests. DON'T MISS THIS!

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