While the world has yet to return to the normal we knew in 2019 and early 2020, it is good to see local leaders find ways to connect with and reach local kids and families. A few local groups are offering Spring Break camps in Vigo County and Clay County to provide adults with childcare and kids with social time, supervision, structure, and fun!
Clay County and Vigo County Spring Break Camps and Classes
Does your kiddo love music and dance? Have you missed theater and performances? Then join ISU Community School of the Arts for their first Spring Break Show Choir Camp: So You Want to Be a Performer?
This week, students will explore many aspects of performing including singing, movement, dancing, and acting!
Performers will learn basic techniques for singing onstage, perform 2 choreographed songs together, explore principles of acting, and have an opportunity to showcase everyone’s talents….including a mini performance!
No experience necessary!
March 29-April 2.Spring Break Camp with Camp Navigate. This week we’ll learn how to take care of our environment so it can take care of us! By the end of the week our campers will understand why you should make the choice to reduce, reuse, and recycle. Spring means fresh beginnings! Why not start recycling? In addition to our mission, spring break will be filled with coding, a picnic at the park, and maybe some great guest speakers! If the weather brings sunshine, you will see us outside and happy. From 7:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. $110.00 / week Life Center, 3000 Collage Ave. Please prepare a packed lunch. Morning and afternoon snack will be provided.
March 29-April 2. Spend Spring Break making friends and creating memories. The Vigo County YMCA will be making crafts, playing games, and going on adventures to Fairbanks Park. Ages 5-12. Please bring a swimsuit, towel, water bottle, breakfast, lunch. $25 daily for members and $35 daily for non-members.