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Kids’ activities from parks and rec

Staff reports

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The city of South Lake Tahoe Parks and Recreation Department will host several activities for children during minimum day, Spring Break and more.

On minimum day, April 8, the Kids Club will host swimming, arts and crafts, snacks and games from 1-6:30 p.m. The cost is $10 and participants are asked to register before.

There is also a host of activities during Spring Break from April 11 to 15 for kindergarten through eighth grad students.

Activities include:

Monday – Ghost bubbles and ice skating.

Tuesday – Science fun, snow flake and swimming.

Wednesday – Fun Quest laser tag (8 and older) or spider play area (ages 5-7). Pre-registration is required.

Thursday – Cooking and craft stations, movie and scavenger hunt.

Friday – Costume parade, Play Station 3 and swimming.

Participants should bring a sack lunch and warm clothes each day.

The cost for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday activities is $20 a day. Wednesday’s activities are $20. Or, participants can pay $90 for the week.

A Kids Nite out is scheduled from 6:40-10 p.m. April 22. The cost is $14 per child and the program is for pre-school students (potty-trained) through eighth-grade. Pre-school students must be signed up by April 21. Participants will have dinner, play games, swim and watch a movie rated G or PG.

To participate in any of these activities, contact the City of South Lake Tahoe Parks and Recreation Department at 530-542-6056.

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