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Edmond students camp while parents shop

Instructor Jackie Nelson helps Piper Zuniga, 8, with her wrapping at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute's Holiday Camp. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman]

Instructor Jackie Nelson helps Piper Zuniga, 8, with her wrapping at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute's Holiday Camp. [Photo by Doug Hoke, The Oklahoman]

EDMOND — Students explored their creative sides during the Edmond Fine Arts Institute Holiday Art Camp.

The camp was designed to give parents a little extra shopping time while the students made holiday creations.

Now celebrating 32 years of creativity, the Edmond Fine Arts Institute is a nonprofit community arts organization offering educational enrichment for adults and children in the visual and performing arts.

For more information, go to www.edmondfinearts.com.

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<p>Sisters Riley, 5, left, and Piper Zuniga, 8, work on their project at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute's Holiday Camp. [PHOTO BY DOUG HOKE, THE OKLAHOMAN]</p>
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Sisters Riley, 5, left, and Piper Zuniga, 8, work on their project at the Edmond Fine Arts Institute's Holiday Camp. [PHOTO BY DOUG HOKE, THE OKLAHOMAN]  

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