For those looking for something convenient and affordable for kids to do during Spring Break, March 12-17, the University of New Mexico's Continuing Education has a range of activities to educate, engage and entertain youth and teens.
Children ages 6-12 can choose from Dino Discovery Days, Ancient Greece, Clay Creations, Architecture, Interior Design, Puppet Pandemonium, Gadgets & Gizmos LEGO Camp and the Lion King Performance Challenge. Parking is free and accessible. Lunchtime supervision is provided.
Teens can get a jump on summer employment with the Spring Break Job Search Boot Camp or visit Astronomy Camp at Sevilleta National Wildlife refuge for a few days, while budding young writers can learn about writing and getting published.
For more events, locations and times, go to Youth Camps or contact Naomi Sandweiss at (505) 277-0698.
- Inside UNM