Discovery Center offers day camp for ages 3-7
The Discovery Center is offering weekly day camps for ages 3-7 years old at the preschool. Parents may pick and choose the themes they want.
Weekly sessions run Tuesday through Friday. Kids should take a sack lunch and drink.
Enrollment fills up fast. Register at Douglas County Parks and Recreation Division, 782-9828.
Cost is $40 a week for 9 a.m. to noon and $80 a week for 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
– We Built This City, July 6-9, all sizes of boxes transformed with paints, tapes and a lot of imagination.
– If I Had a Hammer, July 13-16, fun and safe woodworking workshop for little hands.
– Creepy Crawlers, July 20-23, busy bees and beautiful butterflies, oh, don’t forget those slimy fishing worms.
– Circus Days, July 27-30, face painting, clownin’ around and animal action.
– An Adventure in Space, Aug. 3-6, one, two, three blast off with little astronauts.
– Five-E-Nor-Mous Dinosaurs, Aug. 10-13, dinosaurs, fossils, volcanos and more.
– Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Aug. 17-20, T-ball fun, hot dogs and more. You don’t need to pack a lunch on Friday of this week.
– Water Play Days, Aug. 24-27, take your bathing suit and towel and get ready to splish splash with water games.
– Terrific Tots and Parents, ages 2 and 3. This class is for tots and their parents to have fun and foster group socialization. It is also a good opportunity for parents to meet other parents with common interests for their children. All supplies for projects included. The activities are specially designed for the 2- and 3-year-old. Activities include music, art, games, fun with language and more.
Time is 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Session I is set for Monday, July 5-26, $38, and Session II, Mondays, Aug. 2-23, $38.
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