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6 last-minute mid-winter break camps to keep kids busy



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As if all these snow days weren't enough, it's almost midwinter break in Seattle and several other school districts.

If you need somewhere for your kids to go where they are busy and supervised, here are some programs that still have space:

 

Arena Sports

Burn off extra home-from-school-energy by keeping them active all day long at one of the Arena Sports camps. Half-day camp available for ages 3-5.

When: Feb. 18-22

Where: Magnuson, Issaquah, SODO and Mill Creek locations

Ages 3-12

 

SANCA Circus Camp

The School of Acrobatics and New Circus Arts has camps that will teach your kids the finer points of tumbling, aerial arts, juggling, the trapeze and more.

When: February 18-22

Where: 674 South Orcas St., Seattle

Ages: 6-17

 

Pacific Science Center

PacSci camps will ignite your child’s curiosity with their innovative camps. Campers will engage in facilitated activities and experiments in topics like grossology, duct-tape inventions and computer science.

When: February 18-22

Where: Pacific Science Center or St. Thomas School

Grades 3-8

 

SIFF Filmmaking Camp

This camp is taught by a professional film educator and four  filmmaking mentors. Students will have a comprehensive experience of creating a film and make several short films in just five days in small groups, learning the basics of working together as a movie crew, writing scripts, directing actors, using accessible filmmaking technology, and digital editing. At the end of the week, the short films will be celebrated with a family screening in the SIFF Film Center Theater.

When: February 18-22

Where: SIFF Film Center, Seattle Center

 Ages 9-12

 

Camp Roots

Camp Roots School Break Camps give children the opportunity to spend their school breaks outside: playing, hiking, crafting, and connecting to the world around them.

When: February 18-22

Where: Saint Edward State Park, Kenmore

Ages 6-12

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Drama Kids International

Combining the best of the Drama Kids summer camps programs, the experience this week will be on popular games, mysteries, activities, scripts, crafts and a final showcase.

When: February 18-22

Where: 507 S. Third St, Renton

 Ages 6-17


 


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