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Spring break camps offered for ages 4 to 15

Forsyth County Parks & Recreation is offering half-day and full-day spring break camps this year. The camps vary in location and theme and are offered for children ages 4 through 15, Monday, April 3, through Friday, April 7.

The half-day camp options at Old Atlanta Park – located in the southern portion of the county – include a drawing and painting camp for children ages 4 to 6 and a Minecraft-inspired engineering adventure camp for children ages 6 to 11. Sawnee Mountain Preserve – located in the northern portion of the county – will play host to two full-day camps, an outdoor exploration camp for children ages 6 to 8 and an outdoor adventure camp for children ages 9 to 15. The times and registration fees vary by activity.

“Forsyth County Parks & Recreation is offering a variety of youth camps this spring break – with activities that include everything from painting to science to zip-lining,” said Parks & Recreation Director Jim Pryor. “With daily, week-long camps, children have more opportunity to engage with their peers, learn new skills and make life-long memories.”

For more information on these spring break camps, visit www.forsythco.com/parks and click to download the “Winter/Spring 2017 Activity Guide.” For more information, call Parks & Recreation at (770) 781-2215.

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