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Museum of the Red River, Idabel, Oklahoma

June 3-7, 2013

Touring Central Oklahoma’s Diverse Heritages

During last year’s teen camp, we traveled the eastern part of Oklahoma to visit museums, historical and archaeological sites, and cultural centers. This camp provided a cultural education that started to shape an appreciation and understanding of the diverse heritages of Oklahoma. This year will be the second trip in a three part series. We will be traveling the heart of Oklahoma, near and around Oklahoma City.

There is a $150 registration fee for this five day opportunity to have fun exploring the central part of our state. This fee will cover the cost of travel, food and overnight expenses. Teen camp is partially sponsored by grants provided by International Paper in Valliant, Idabel’s Wal-Mart Super center and the Thomas Bagwell Bequest.

The Museum of the Red River is giving teenagers the chance to combine summer fun with priceless hands on education about their own state and hopefully answer questions they may have about their own backgrounds. Call the Museum of the Red River to enroll. Space is limited so please call early. There will be an orientation for enrolled teens and parents on Friday May 31st at 5:00 pm.

Museum of the Red River, 812 E. Lincoln Road, Idabel, Oklahoma; 580-286-3616; museum@museumoftheredriver.org
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