- Your Voice
Katie Bubnekovich lends an artistic hand to help Jaden Dorf, 6, decorate her horseshoe.
Jack Dorf, 8, looks through a bin of decorations to put the finishing touches on his horseshoe.
Kids participating in Oro Valley’s Art at the Ranch summer camp paint horseshoes. Last week’s theme was horses, while this week’s theme is reptiles and next week’s theme will be insects.
Joyce Rychener helps Mikayla Moose, 11, middle, and Jaden Dorf, 6, find the beat and play a little music during the Town of Oro Valley’s Art at the Ranch summer camp. The camp runs Monday through Friday from 7 to 10 a.m. at Steam Pump Ranch. Kids staying longer are shuttled to the town’s aquatic center.
Kids at the Art at the Ranch, held at Steam Pump Ranch, are shown a Padre Kino fig tree, which was planted during last year’s camp.
Using a metate, a camper grinds up corn, which was grown in the heritage garden at Steam Pump Ranch.
Zachary Dabb, 9, carefully decorates his horseshoe during Art at the Ranch.
Katrina Trahan makes her way through the heritage garden at Steam Pump Ranch during Art at the Ranch last week. The camp runs through Aug. 1.
Kids can enroll any number of days and from an assortment of times for the Art at the Ranch camp, which runs through Aug. 1 at the Steam Pump Ranch in Oro Valley.
Students dig holes next to a miniature structure that was build during a camp earlier in the summer.
To cool off, Jordan Venabley, 9, tosses a water balloon to a fellow camper.