Thursday, July 19, Fifth Day of Matrix Camp
Thursday everyone wore their camp tee shirts. They are so bright, you could see us in the dark.
We started the day at the Metropolitan Northwest branch library that has only been open for two months.
Campers read to children who were visiting from a local daycare. The books were chosen on Tuesday, then after reading, the books were given to the children.
After storytime, we traveled to Integris Hospital to view their Data Center, have lunch in the hospital cafeteria, and then visit the Library.
Campers loved their visit to Ralph Ellison Library, a branch of the Metropolitan System for a tour and a chance to solve a crime scene investigation presented by the Oklahoma Science Museum.
|Viewing the crime scene
||Testing the footprints
||Bugs at the crime scene
Campers were fascinated by the Ralph Ellison sculpture.
Back at Rose State College, campers learned more about computer safety.
They traveled to the OU Health Science Bird Library and dinner.
Written by Barb Pfrehm