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  1. Don’t Know Nothing ‘bout Science Books or the French I Took

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    November 17, 2011 by Alison Grisham

    By Alison Grisham My daughter patted me on the head the other day and said, “you know… you’re cute, but you’re not that smart.” It didn’t appear to be a revelation. It was more like she was saying, “look we’ve all discussed this, and really… it’s only fair you should know where we stand.”

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  2. Fiddle Camp is Almost Here!

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    July 14, 2011 by wcobserver

    July at Ozark Folkways is full of fun for the whole family! For starters, you must check out Sarah Tomlin’s photography exhibit in the Connie Wright Gallery. She is an amazing photographer with a great talent for seeing the unusual and beautiful in everyday objects.

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  3. Local Camps Offer Worlds of Fun

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    June 10, 2011 by wcobserver

    Staff Report COUNTY- School’s out and the endless days of summer now stretch ahead of kids happy to be out of school and parents who may be wondering how to fill some of those summer hours. For the artist, reader or outdoor explorer, south Washington County serves up three ways to add summer fun without a lot of expense. Summer Art Camp Ozark Folkways will hold its sixth annual week-long art camp, June 13-17, for ages 8-14. Budding artists will have the chance to create a wide range of art projects and showcase them in their own art show and reception on the last day of camp.  The camp, which is sponsored by the Art Center of Van Buren is one of the best values going at just $10. This year’s theme, as in past years, coordinates with the Washington County Library System’s theme, “One World, Many Stories.” Participants will create art, read folktales and listen to music from around the world.  Pre-registration is required and can be made by calling Ozark Folkways at 479-634-3791. Discovery Day Camp For the adventurer in your family, Devil’s Den may be the place for your explorer, July 11-15. Geared for kids 8-11 years old, this camp …

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