of fun and games, while learning what life was like on an 1880s
working ranch, are in store for Frontier Days Kids Camp June 19-21,
at the Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch near Oologah. Hands-on activities
for children, ages 5-12, will begin with check-in at 8:30 a.m.
and close at 12:30 after lunch.
is $45 per child ($30 for members), and includes snacks and lunch.
Register online at willrogers.com by June 10. Membership information
is available online.
will include blacksmith demonstrations, fence building, 1880s
period games and ranch activities, leather working, brand making,
storytelling and hayrides around the ranch.
Storyteller Robert Lewis is on the schedule for opening day. Andy
Hogan, Will Rogers Memorial Museum Historical Guide and Will Rogers'
interpreter, is special guest for June 20. Magician Doug Anderson
and Robert Gibbs, Rogers County Soil Conservation Service educator
will be on the final days program.
to share with campers are Bart Taylor, former Will Rogers Memorial
Museum educator now with Gilcrease Museum; and Jennifer Frazee,
Murrell Home Oklahoma Historical Society historical interpreter.
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