(OKLAHOMA CITY) -  The Orr Family Farm in Oklahoma City presents its annual summer camp June 14-17 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily. Children grades kindergarten through sixth are welcome to join in on educational opportunities and fun. 

Camp includes instruction time on topics such as animal care, mining and gemstones and  historical transportation, plus campers are tested at the end of the week in the Amaze'n Maze trivia challenge. Activities include pony grooming and rides, a pedal car derby, daily craft projects, fishing, train rides, animal barn visits and more.

"Our summer camp is an opportunity for children to learn about agriculture, history and heritage, "said Dr. Glenn Orr, managing member of the Orr Family Farm. "If your child cannot attend the June camp, we will also offer one July 12-15."

Cost of the camp is $160 per child and includes all lunches, snacks and drinks, a camp T-shirt, daily contests with prizes and a hayride and weenie roast on the last day of camp. To register by June 10, please call 405-799-3276 or register online at www.orrfamilyfarm.com.

The Orr Family Farm is an agri-tainment experience created to provide families, groups and school children a glimpse of their heritage, history and good old-fashioned values. For more information about The Orr Family Farm visit www.orrfamilyfarm.com or call 405-799-3276. 


For Immediate Release: June 6, 2011

Contact: Lauren Daughety

Telephone: 405.509.9312

E-mail: ldaughety@vannpr.com