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Highland Arts sponsors summer kids activities

By Linda Petersen
Kids Art Classes (ages 7-14)
Monday Kids art classes begin June 4 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Highland City Community Center. The classes will explore all different art forms, art history and mediums. Cost is $10 per week. To register, call Shauna Larson at 801-756-9614.

"Thoroughly Modern Millie, Jr." by Highland Youth Theater
Highland Youth Theater is open to all aspiring actors ages 9-16. Registration took place May 23 but there may still be spots available. Rehearsals will be 10 a.m. to noon during the month of June with performances on June 29-30. Tuition is $85; sibling discounts are available.
For more information call Jordana Burns at 385-309-7204.

Creative Kids Summer Camp
A week full of fun and creative activities is planned for kids ages 5 to 10 at the Creative Kids Summer Camp June 4 to 8, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each day. Cost is $45.
The camp will be held at 6324 W. 10500 N., Highland.

Monday: Baking and Eating
Campers will learn about cooking and each team will be baking and decorating brownies from scratch. Baking, decorating, cooking games and lunch with brownies for dessert. Organizers ask that parents send their children in aprons.

Tuesday: Creative Art
Lots of messy creativity: painting, building, creating, drawing and sculpting. There will be refreshments. Send your children in something they can get messy in and make sure you've applied sunscreen.

Wednesday: Olympics Day
Races, balloon games, face painting, crazy games, medals and cotton candy. Send your children in something they can get messy in and make sure you've applied sunscreen.

Thursday: Puppet Show Day
Campers will make their own creative sock puppets and be in a puppet show. Refreshments. Parents should send a sock to decorate. (Apply sunscreen).

Friday: Water Games
Slippery slides, water games, water balloon games, squirt gun games, sprinklers and otter pops. Send your children with a towel, in something they can get something they can get very, very wet in and lots of sunscreen.

For information or questions Email Kerilynn:
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