Upcoming  for the Imperial Valley during spring break are a variety of camps for children.

 

Imperial will offer camps that range from sports to musical theatre for children and teenagers. George Scott and Heather Cooper are hosting a Musical Theatre called “Tall Tales.” The camp schedule is from Monday, April 1st thru Friday, April 5th. Camp ages are from Kindergarten thru 8th grade at the Frank Wright Middle School Multi-Purpose room, for more information on this camp call (760)355-3316.

 

The Imperial Tiger Football Association will start sign-ups for Football Camp March 23 at 10 a.m. at the Imperial Market Days at Eager Park, 10th and G streets near the Imperial Library. The Football Camp will be April 20 at Imperial High School football field, The camp starts at 7:30 a.m. and is open to 3rd thru 8th graders. For cost and more information call Tammy Derrick at 760-222-8440.

 

Also The Learning Place in El Centro is sponsoring an Einstein Learning Camp from April 1 to April 5. Space is limited for this spring camp and is open for K thru 3rd graders in the mornings and 4th grade to Teens in the afternoon. For more information, times or register call Cheryl Von Flue, M.A. Ed. at 760-353-9932.

 

The Girl Scouts of the Imperial Valley will have a Horse Camp from 9 a.m. to noon from April 1 to April 5 at Animals Plus, El Centro. This event is open for girls from 4th to 12th grade. Deadline is at 3 p.m. Feb. 27. For more information and price for the camp call Karla Flores at 760-353-2840 ext. 381 or email her at kflores@sdgirlscouts.org

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