Spring Break Camps for Kids
Looking for something convenient and affordable for your kids to do for Spring Break? UNM Continuing Education has a wide variety of activities to educate, engage and entertain youth and teens from March 12-16.
For Young campers (ages 6-12), select from a variety of morning and afternoon camps that take place at the Continuing Education complex, located on the corner of University & Indian School. Choose from: Dino Discovery Days (ages 6-8), Ancient Greece (ages 9-12), Clay Creations (ages 6-9), Architecture (ages 9-12), Interior Design (ages 9-12), Puppet Pandemonium (ages 6-8), Gadgets & Gizmos LEGO Camp (ages 6-12), and a Lion King Performance Challenge (ages 6-12). Parking is free and accessible. Lunch time supervision is provided.
Teens will get a head-start on summer with the Spring Break Job Search Boot camp (ages 15-17) (held at Continuing Education) or can get away for a few days at the Astronomy Camp (ages 13-15) held at Sevilleta National Wildlife refuge. Young writers (ages 10-17) can enjoy a day learning the ins and outs of writing and getting published, at the UNM Young Writer’s Conference on Saturday, March 17, 2012. Questions? Contact Naomi Sandweiss, Youth Program Supervisor at (505) 277-0698. To register call 505-277-0077 or visit dce.unm.edu.