Good Friday Camps

One Day Good Friday Camps

It isn’t long after Spring Break that school is off again — for Good Friday on Friday, April 3rd. In case you are working that day, here are some camps we have found:

Ashley’s Playhouse
Ages 6 weeks to 12 years
One-time registration fee and then hourly rate applies
7am-10pm
Ashley’s Playhouse has an indoor two-story treehouse, acting stage, interactive EyePlay system, cinema room, outdoor playground and daily arts and crafts activities to keep your kids entertained.

Camp Timberwolf at Cedar Park Rec Center
Ages 5-12
Cedar Park Resident $25, Non-resident $30
7:15am-6pm
It is our goal to provide your child with a safe, fun experience that will be remembered. We will accomplish this goal through games/activities, arts/crafts, sports. The philosophy of Camp is to provide campers with an exciting, safe and enriching experience through recreational activities. Scholarships are available for Camp Timberwolf. For additional information, please click here.

Dougherty Conference Day Camps
Ages 5-12
Resident $52, Non-resident $60
9am-5pm (with the option of adding an Early Studio from 7:30-9am for $28 extra and/or a Late Studio from 5-6pm for $18 extra)
Experience STEAM with the Dougherty Arts Center. Students at these conference day camps will explore the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math through a variety of interactive lessons bursting with inspiration from the age of technology. Come build a rainbow erupting volcano! Paint the dark with ultraviolet light! Build a rocket and watch it fly! There is something for everyone with these hands-on classroom environments that are exciting and enriching. Students will learn new art skills and gain scientific insight to the world around them.

French Legation Museum
1st-4th graders
Members $40, Non-members $45
8:30am-5pmAdvertisementHands-on activities that explore the history of gardening. Activities include: make a kitchen garden,
Tussie Mussies, importance of composting and learn about 19th century uses for common herbs. Kids will need to bring a sack lunch. A morning and afternoon snack will be provided by the museum. Call 512-472-8180 or email programs@earlyaustin.org for more information or to enroll your child today.

Good Friday Basketball Camp
Ages 6-18
$60 for 8:30am-noon 6-9 year-olds and 10-13 year-olds and $50 for 1:30-4pm 14-18 year-olds
This is a great opportunity to improve your skills and have fun at the same time. The camps will focus on strengthening the IQ and skillset of every attendee. Autographs and pictures are welcome. T-shirt giveaways to contestant winners. The afternoon is strictly for the dedicated ball players.

Growin’ Together: Duct Tape Art
Ages 5-12
$50
9am-3:30pm (before and after care provided for additional fee)
Who knew that something created by the military would become the hottest crafting material around? Students can learn how to create wallets, masks, flowers, bow-ties, jewelry, and much more. Be a part of the duct tape revolution!

No School Golf School at Harvey Penick Golf Campus
Ages 5-17
Standard $40, Sibling $20
Scholarships available
9am-3pm
Participants will be grouped according to age, and First Tee skill levels. Students will receive instruction on our driving range, short course and PGA-Tour designed 9-hole course. Each day will feature fun and challenging golf activities in addition to other games like Footgolf and SNAG golf baseball. Students will also be exposed to our research-based life skills experience curriculum.

Wanna Play Playcare
Ages 6 weeks to 12 years
7:30am-10pm Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-12:30am Friday, 8am-12:30am Saturday, noon until 8pm Sunday
Annual membership fee, plus hourly rates
Playcares are designed to give kids a safe and entertaining place to play and relax while their parents are away.

About Nicole Basham 793 Articles
A native Austinite and soccer-playing mom, Nicole uses her 10-year-old son as an excuse to rediscover her hometown through his eyes. In Thoreau's words, her mission is to "suck out all the marrow of life", or in her son's words, to cultivate in him a love of "advenchers".

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