Kid's Fest to highlight FBC Summer

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Summer is only a few months away and, as always, First Baptist Norman has many fun camps, Vacation Bible School, SMAK Camp, and Summerscope planned for your children.

All summer programs offered at First Baptist Church will be outlined during Kid's Fest from 9:00 a.m. to noon on Saturday, February 9 at the Family Life Center.

"Kid's Fest will be a chance for families to pick up our summer brochure that will outline all of our summer kid's activities for 2019 at FBC. Also at Kid's Fest, parents will be able to register their child for summer camps and Vacation Bible School," said Suzette Mason, Minister of Discipleship and Children.

Summer wouldn't be summer at FBC without Summerscope, a day camp for kids. This year's theme is Summer Road Trip. Full-time and part-time spots will be available. The first day of Summerscope is June 3.

"We have so many fun things planned this year for Summerscope. Trips to the Oklahoma Science Museum, Chickasaw Cultural Center, the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum and, summer wouldn't be summer at FBC if we didn't spend a day at Andy Alligator's Fun Park," said Staci Rhea, Summerscope Director.

Another summer of F.I.S.H camps are planned in June and July, and SMAK Camp, a Bible story-inspired musical camp for kids, will be held the week of August 5.

Vacation Bible School is scheduled for July 22-26. This year's theme is Roar! Life is Wild, God is Good.

In May the Family Life Center will kick the summer off with a Jr. Hoops Camp. Chef Camps will be held in June and July and a gymnastics camp is planned for June.