Kids can challenge themselves each day during spring break with activities hosted by Battle Ground Parks & Recreation. From art projects and gardening to fitness and building, kids will create, grow, move, explore and share!
Spring Break Challenge is for kids of all ages to stay active throughout their school break, April 5 – 9. Activities are designed for at home, in the yard, or in a neighborhood park. Parks & Recreation staff will encourage kids throughout the week via daily calendar reminders and Facebook posts.
Free activity supply packets and instructions for Spring Break Challenge are available for curb-side pick-up at the Battle Ground Community Center (912 Eat Main Street) on Monday, April 5 between 11:00 a.m. and 1 p.m., and again from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Families may also use their own supplies and download activity sheets and instructions, available on Parks & Recreation’s Kids Activities website page beginning Monday, April 5.
Learn more about Spring Break Challenge, including how to sign up for calendar reminders, by visiting Battle Ground Parks & Recreation’s Kids Activities website page at www.cityofbg.org/KidsActivities.