Camps at Other Facilities

Tillamook County/OSU Extension offers a variety of day camps and summer activities for  youth ranging in age from kindergarten through middle school.  New programs this year include fiber arts workshops (weaving & quilting) in cooperation with Latimer Quilt & Textile Center, art programs in cooperation with Art Accelerated and a Middle School Enrichment Series in cooperation with OSU Open Campus.  Day camp topics range from gardening to babysitter training to food preservation to air rifle shooting and more.  There are also additional programs for Cloverbud age youth this summer. Programs are open to all youth and scholarships are available (limit $70/participant for thesummer).  Programs are held at the OSU Extension Office in the new Partners for Rural Innovation building or at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds. Registration for all programs is online at http://bit.ly/Tillamook4-H.

Tillamook County 4-H Middle School Enrichment Series (includes Interviewing Tips and Tricks, Cooking 101, Digital Life, Drama, Book club and Art)    flyer

Tillamook County Summer Activities (includes Fiber Arts Workshops, Art - Painting, Babysitter Training, Gardening, Cloverbud Small Animals, Fair Contests)    flyer

Tillamook County Fibert Arts Workshops (including Knitting, Weaving, Quilting)    flyer

 

Jackson County 4-H – Lobster Creek Camp (July 31-August 4, 2017)
Located in Curry County's Lobster Creek Campground, 4-H summer camp provides youth between 9 and 15 years old the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, make new friends, practice leadership skills, and build memories to last a lifetime through a 5-day residential camping experience. Camp for five days by a crystal clear Oregon stream with other Jackson County 4-H members. Enjoy the smell of myrtle wood trees and pines. Run across the beach, play football, or build sandcastles at the coast. Listen to the snapping of a roaring campfire or skip rocks at the water’s edge. Explore the night on a “no flashlight” hike. Our camp is led by 4-H Youth Development Staff, trained volunteers, and teen counselors. If you have any questions, please contact us at (541) 776-7371. Registration is open now with a discounted rate for registrations received prior to May 31, 2017. Contact: Lena Hosking; lena.hosking@oregonstate.edu, (541) 776-7371 EXT 205

 

Sherman County 4-H Camp
For Sherman County youth grades 4th-6th
Camp Morrow facility on Pine Hollow Reservoir near Wamic, Oregon
June 13-16, 2017
Tuesday June 13 (staff and CITs arrive).  Campers will arrive Wednesday June 14 and depart Friday June 15.
 
This is our first ever Sherman County only camp, and we are expecting a small group of perhaps 25-30 energetic local campers.  There will be one large boys cabin and one large girls cabin, with adult staff and teen Counselors-in-Training.  2017 Sherman County 4-H Camp will have a natural resources focus, with classes including archery, arts and crafts, and dreamboat activities all echoing this theme.  Campers will prepare all their own meals with various outdoor cooking techniques, with side dishes prepared using OSU Food Hero recipes in the camp kitchen.  Campers will enjoy swimming and boating on the waterfront; exploring the creek and trails near camp; all-camp activities including field games, competitions and capture-the-flag, with a party the last evening.  Friday morning of camp is another first:  paintball!

Cost is $100, with financial assistance available by request from the Sherman 4-H Association.
Contact: Cindy Brown P: 541-565-3230 | C: 541-993-5291
Cindy.Brown@oregonstate.edu
extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman


Curry County 4-H – Lobster Creek Camp, August 8-11, 2017 Located in Curry County's Lobster Creek Campground, 4-H summer camp provides youth in 3rd-5th grade the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, make new friends, practice leadership skills and build memories to last a lifetime thru a 4 day residential camping experience. Campers participate in activities including: expressive arts, outdoor survival, archery and pellet guns, snorkeling, swimming, hiking and much more! Our camp is led by 4-H Youth Development Staff, trained volunteers and teen counselors. If you have any questions, please contact us at (541) 247-6672. Registration will be available beginning in early May at our website http://extension.oregonstate.edu/curry/4-h-youth-camp

Coos and Douglas Counties, June 20 - June 23, 2017
For youth completing grades 4 - 6
Held at Camp Myrtlewood, Bridge, OR
Three and a half fun-filled days of learning about nature, making new friends and hands-on outdoor summer activities including archery, swimming, arts and crafts, music, cooking, games and much more. We have space for 65 campers. Campers are housed in rustic wood cabins w/bunks.
Cost: $155
For applications contact Coos or Douglas Counties:
Elissa Wells, Coos County
541-572-5263
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/
Teresa Middleton, Douglas County
541-672-4461
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas/

4-H Tri-County Camp - Gilliam, Morrow and Wheeler counties, June 15 - June 18, 2017
For youth completing grades 4 - 6
Held at Cuthsforth Park - east of Heppner, OR
Campers sleep in tents with a high school counselor, natural resource activities, outdoor activities, theme-related classes, hike, nightly campfire, last night dance.
Cost: $85 early bird registration, $100 late registration; scholarships available by local counties
Contact: Lisa Greene - Gilliam Co., 541-384-2274, lisa.greene@oregonstate.edu; Amy Derby - Wheeler Co.,  541-763-4115, amy.derby@oregonstate.edu; Damion Turner  Damion.turner@oregonstate.edu or Anna Browne, anna.browne@oregonstate.edu - Morrow Co.541-676-9642.

WASCO COUNTY 4-H SUMMER CAMPS
All Camps Registration: Information online at http://extension.oregonstate.edu/wasco/camps-and-clinics or call 541-296-5494. Register and pay online! Pre-registration required for all camps—even FREE camps.


Maker Lab Combine art, technology, photography and household items to create unique articles to take home. Make projects that glow, dance, and shine. So many projects, so much fun!
Date & Location: Tuesday, June 20th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm, Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
Ages: 9-14           Cost: $10.00
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CSI Mystery Work together to solve a mystery at a crime scene. You and your team will work together to gather evidence, study the clues and, maybe, solve the crime.
Date & Location: Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm, Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $10.00

Cooking Camp Campers will learn to create delicious dishes and snacks in this fun culinary lesson. We will make and eat simple, tasty dishes, snacks, and desserts.
Date & Location: Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm, Wahtonka Community School
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $10.00

Aeronautics We will build, design, and practice flying many forms of aerial vehicles in this fun camp. This camp focuses on foundations of flight and learning what makes vehicles fly.
Date & Location: Wednesday, July 5, 2017 9:00 am -3:00 pm, Columbia Gorge Community College Building 1 Cafeteria
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $10.00

Photography Take great pictures with a professional photographer. Learn the amazing features of digital cameras and cell phone cameras. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cameras.
Date & Location: Wednesday, July 12, 2017  9:00 am -3:00 pm, Columbia Gorge Community College Building 2, Suite 2.273
Ages: 11-16 Location: Cost: $10.00

Lego Robotics Learn the basics of the awesomeness of robotics! Design and build robots, complete missions, challenges and more!
Date & Location: Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm, Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $10.00

Virtual Reality Explore virtual worlds with equipment that anyone can use. Create our own VR content using 360 degree cameras and use a variety of VR viewers.
Date & Location: Wednesday, July 26th, 2017 9:00am-3:00pm, Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $10.00

Series Camps

Android App Making Learn the basics of app-making and build an app each day. Build on concepts learned to add more features and make new apps. Devices will be provided, but feel free to bring your own!
Dates & Location: Tuesdays, June 27-August 1, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm, The Dalles Middle School
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $25.00

Weird Science Create your own slimy, gooey, and fizzy concoctions this fun, hands-on camp! Each week we construct, mix-up, and build amazing experiments!
Dates & Location: Thursdays, July 6-July 27, 2017 9:00am-12:00pm, The Dalles Middle School
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $25.00

Maupin Camps

Film Making Camp Create a documentary about the rafting life on The Deschutes River with Emmy award winning director Sean O’Connor. Students will use IPad Pros, Go Pros, and Garage Band to create a 5 minute film about the life of a river guide on The Deschutes.
Dates & Location: Tuesday, August 1st through Saturday, August 5th, 2017 1:00pm – 6:00pm, Maupin School.
Ages: 9-14 (limit 10) Cost: Free

Tech Wizards Learn how computers work by building one! Build, program and take apart a mini computer. We’ll also use Little Bits to create cool inventions and program their movements.
Dates & Location: Mondays, June 26-July31, 2017 12:30pm-3:30pm, Maupin School
Ages: 9-14 Cost: $25.00

Confluence and the River This camp connects students with different Native artists through meaningful projects about the Columbia River system. Students will be basket weaving, beading, making tule mats and exploring ink art as they explore the history of the Columbia River. Field Trips include Warm Springs Museum and the petroglyphs at ‘She Who Watches’ in Horsethief Park
Dates & Location: Tuesdays and Thursdays, June 27th – August 10th, 2017  1:00 – 4:00 Maupin School Ages: 9-14 Cost $25.00

Design and Build an Insect Hotel This camp is led by artist and welder MacRae Wylde. Students will design and create an Insect Pollinator which will then be welded and filled with habitat material (bamboo, wood with holes) in order to promote pollination. Art will be placed in parks throughout South Wasco.
Dates & Location Wednesday June 28th – August 9th, 2017 Maupin School Ages: 9-14 Cost: Free

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