Summer Camps: Now’s the Time


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It’s March and we are basking in the 40 degree temperatures.  

It’s practically summer already. 

So let’s start making those summer camp plans.  It’s the time for your family to make reservations for summer camps so that you aren’t scrambling last minute and hoping to get the camp of your child’s choosing. 

There is a camp for practically anything you can imagine:  Music, science, sports, nature, horsemanship, math, theatre, choir, dance, foreign languages, journalism, and cardboard. Yes, cardboard. There are half day camps, all day camps and overnight camps.  There are indoor activity camps and outdoor activity camps.  Camps hosted by museums, camps hosted by the YMCA, camps hosted by orchestras, camps hosted by colleges, camps hosted churches.  

You have so many choices. 

So to help you with the summer camp decision, I present to you

 2014 Minnesota Summer Camp Guide.  

 

Brought you by the Star Tribune, there are 245 camps suggested,  and I know that’s not all of them.   

Thank you Star Tribune!  You are a life saver.

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About the author

Gianna Kordatzky

I am married to the craziest, most awesome man I know. We have four kids--Ranging in ages from 5-10. You can learn more about my life as a mother and wife at www.giannaraekordatzky.blogspot.com .

I love to throw parties and be with friends. I love to read my Bible and grow closer to God. I love to eat and exercise. I have learned to love coffee.
And I could really use a nap.

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