Despite the decidedly un-spring-like weather last week, kids still found a way to enjoy their break by attending one of the local camps and activities held in the Camas-Washougal area.
Choices ranged from free movies and crafts at the Camas Library to babysitter’s boot camp, adventure camps for preschoolers, and creative camps for elementary school kids.
East County Community Education offered a rarity for working parents: Full- or half-day camps. The full-day option ran from 7:30 to 5 p.m. and the half-day was for up to five hours, as well as a drop-in option.
Young campers enjoyed activities ranging from crafts and cooking to a game room and “imagination station,” where youngsters work on math, science and English based computer games.
They also had time to go outdoors and play. If the weather was bad, they headed for the gym. The camps are housed at the Camas School District’s Zellerbach Administration Center.