Monday, March 25th – Friday, March 29th
Grades 1st-3rd = 9am-Noon
Grades 4th-6th = 1pm-4pm
$156 for either session
Dave Regnier, Director
Spring Break Arts Camp: Wizards!
From Merlin to Harry Potter to the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, the idea of people who study magic is woven through literature. In this full-day camp, the Cultural Arts Division folks will cover everything from magical beings to potions to foreseeing the future.
Mar 25-29, M-F 9am-5pm, Age: 6-11 yrs.
Fee: $200 R/$215 NR Length: 5 sessions
Spring Break Arts Camp: Survival Skills, a Tribute Training Camp
Inspired by recent YA literature that features an apocalyptical future, the Cultural Arts Division brings you a spring break camp that will get you in shape for whatever the future may hold: from archery to orienteering, star navigation to rope tying.
Mar 25-29, M-F 9am-5pm Age: 9-14 yrs.
Fee: $225 R/$245 NR Length: 5 sessions
For the program flyer and online registration, see the Parks & Recreation website
School vacations. They happen. Want your kiddo (5th grade and older) to do something besides take up residency on the couch? Tony Lawry, Piccolo’s programming and outreach director, as well as a Second City Detroit alum and founder of the teen improv group The Underage Sugar Addicts, puts together amazing Winter, Spring or Summer breaks full of improv, movement and other theatrical styles taught by a who’s who of Chicago area theatre and performing arts professional teaching artists.
Piccolo Theatre Spring Break Camp
Tony Lawry, Piccolo’s programming and outreach director, as well as a Second City Detroit alum and founder of the teen improv group The Underage Sugar Addicts, offers an amazing Spring break full of improv, movement and other theatrical styles.
March 25-28, 9:30a – 4p
$175 for the full camp Single day rates for $50/day
More information: http://www.piccolotheatre.com/Education/Youth-Programming.html
Ecology’s Adventure Spring Break Camp
The Evanston Adventure Bus is leaving, so hop on! New life is springing up all over Evanston and we are going to find it. Visit Lovelace Pond, Lighthouse Dunes and even a hidden playground to see what spring is like in every corner of your city. Games, crafts and mini-experiments make up our days, plus daily outside adventures in the Arboretum and beyond, so dress for the weather. Post-camp care is available.
Location: Evanston Ecology Center
Age: Grades K-5
Fee: $250 R/NR Length: 5 sessions
Mar 25-29 M-F 8am-4pm
Spring Holiday Camp
Dates: March 25-28
Ext. Care available $3 per hr
RPD Residents $30 per day
Non-Residents $35 per day
Ridgeville’s Spring Holiday Camp follows the tradition of our popular summer camps by offering kids a good time in a safe and nurturing environment. Daily art and recreational activities will be planned.
Click here to register online