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Summer Classes Part II

Posted: May 17, 2013 at 1:59 a.m.

ROGERS ROGERS HISTORICAL MUSEUM SUMMER STORY TIMES — Ages 4-8 can enjoy a story, explore hands-on history objects and make a craft WHEN — 10 a.m. Fridays from June 7 through July 26 WHERE — Rogers Historical Museum in Rogers COST — Free INFO — 621-1154 ROGERS LITTLE THEATER MASTER CLASS CONSERVATORY — Real Live Techniques: Master Classes for Serious Students; for ages 8-18, this class includes learning audition technique, sound and movement, stage combat, improvisation technique and Shakespeare WHEN — June 17-28 WHERE — Rogers Little Theater in Rogers COST — $200 INFO — rogerslittletheater.org HOBBS STATE PARK - CONSERVATION AREA NATURE EXPLORATION DAY CAMP — Ages 6-8, June 18-20 and July 23-25 ; ages 9-12, June 25-27 and July 9-11 OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP FOR TEENS — Ages 13-15 ; July 16-18 WHERE — Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area near Rogers COST — $50- $75 INFO — 789-5000 BENTONVILLE TRIKE THEATRE FINE ARTS CAMPS — For children ages 4 through entering second grade; Superheroes, June 10-14 in Bentonville; E

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