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DENVER, CO, JUN 19, 2003 - Isaac Anthony , 16 , of Denver North High school , left, helps Jasser Mohamed , 13 , of Hamilton Middle school, edit his movie during Digital Currents Summer Program at Denver North High School

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Summer is right around the corner. If you’re looking for something for your child to do, you may want to look into the enrichment camps offered by Rowan-Cabarrus Community College. Through this in-person camp, children ages 8-18 will learn a range of skills including robotics, engineering, welding, sewing, quilting, and African drumming. Programs for the upcoming summer include:

  • Ages 11-18 – Drums 4 Life: African Drum Class, Improv on the Go
  • Ages 8-12 – Optical Illuminations, Robotic Engineering, and Design
  • Ages 10-14+ – Back to the Future of Quilting
  • Ages 11-14 – Build-A-Bot Engineering and Design
  • Ages 12-14+ – Express Yourself with Yarn: Knitting and Crochet
  • Ages 12-18 – Fashion Design and Sewing Camp
  • Rising 8th, 9th, and 10th-grade students – Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Welding Warriors: Where Welding is So Hot, It’s Cool

Camps will begin on June 13. Registration is now open. Read the full story here.