Knueven, Amy; Ogles, Jonah; Powell, William; VACCARIELLO, LINDA; WALTERS, AMANDA BOYD
June 2011
Cincinnati Magazine;Jun2011, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p48
The article offers information on various summer activities for children. It says that Golf Academy offers a six-week Beginning Golf program that teaches the basics of golf. It suggests trying the EarthJoy Tree Adventures which have a well-equipped recreational tree-climbing classes, and participating at the annual Paddlefest in Ohio River from June 23-25, 2011. It mentions the opening of the exhibition "National Geographic Treasures of the Earth," at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.


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