2010 Autry Adventures Summer Camps For Children Ages 512
- 2010 Autry Adventures Summer Camps
For Children Ages 512
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Autry Adventures Summer Camps are fun and exciting museum learning adventures, with countless opportunities to learn, play, be creative . . . and have fun!
Half-day (9:00 a.m.Noon; ages 57): $145 Autry members / $185 nonmembers per camp
Full day (9:00 a.m.4:00 p.m.; ages 812): $240 Autry members / $300 nonmembers per camp
Enroll before May 1 and receive a 10% discount!
Please call 323.667.2000 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 323.667.2000 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, ext. 336, to register.
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June 28July 2
Western Ranger Camp
Are you a nature lover? Through hands-on activities, games, and hikes in nearby Griffith Park, Autry Rangers will learn ways to help preserve and protect their environment while discovering how important wildlife and plants were to Native Americans and pioneers in their everyday lives.
July 5July 9
Adventures in Western Art
Come discover your artistic nature! Explore the museum galleries and learn about the art created by people who call the West home. Using different mediums, including pottery, painting, and photography, students will be inspired to create their own visions of the West.
July 12July 16
Spaghetti Western Movie Camp
Re-live the Old West by acting it out! Play improvisational games and stage stories and folklore, and then put it all on film for a week-ending movie premiere.
July 19July 23
Wild Western Safari
Let the call of the wild entice you to explore your inner beast! Join us for an exciting week, as you discover the animals of North America. Draw, sculpt, and track the mysterious creatures that roam our land! You will end your fun-filled week with a trip to the Los Angeles Zoo.
July 26July 30
Who Settled the West?
Have you ever dreamed of being a vaquero, a cowgirl, a mountain man, or running a Chinese restaurant? Examine different communities that settled the West through real-life family stories. Find out how people lived, worked, and played and how you and your family are part of the American West.