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Super Summer Camps at the White River Valley Museum in Auburn

AUBURN, Wash. – May 7, 2012 -  The White River Valley Museum and Mary Olson Farm is proud to announce it is hosting two camps for kids ages 7 – 12 this summer. At just $80 per child, these half day, weeklong camps are an affordable and educational alternative to traditional summer camps:

Jr. Curator Camp   June 25-29  9a.m. – noon    White River Valley Museum
Be inquisitive, Be resourceful, Be creative, Be a Jr. Curator! One week of fun, hands-on museum activities for kids age 7- 12 that will explore what it takes to be a curator. Kids will investigate artifacts, research collections and create their own exhibit. 
Living History Camp August 6- 10 9 a.m. - noon Mary Olson Farm
Live the History, Love the Land. Kids age 7-12 will explore the daily activities of farm life in the early 20th century at King County’s best preserved subsistence farm, the Mary Olson Farm. Kids will care for farm animals, work in the garden, prepare farm fresh food and play historic games.

Register by calling the museum at 253-288-7439.

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White River Valley Museum
918 H St. S.E.
Auburn, WA 98002
253-288-7433
www.wrvmuseum.org