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Learning & Doing: More Summer Activities for Kids


Learning & Doing: More Summer Activities for Kids



She Believed She Could Sew She Did 2018 Summer Camp

Who: Girls ages 10-19
What: Young ladies will learn sewing, embroidery and quilting along with business skills. Lunch will be served. Cost is $125. All materials and supplies (including machine) provided. shebelievedshecouldsewshedid.com 
When: July 23-27, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 
Where: Ramsey Junior High School, 3201 Jenny Lind, Fort Smith, 479-739-0021


Baking Bootcamp

Who:
Children ages 6-12
What: Kids will get to decorate and take home a different cake each day, such as a piñata cake, dessert imposter, or cupcake arrangement. Pre-registration is required. Friday is restricted for children with special needs. fortsmithparks.com
When: June 25-29, 10 a.m.-noon
Where: Creekmore Community Center, Rogers & South 31st Street, Fort Smith, 479-784-2368


 

Lego Building Contest

Who: Children ages 13 and under
What: Aspiring young builders will compete in a Lego building competition sponsored by Central Mall and The Greater Fort Smith Association of Home Builders. Participation is free and prizes will be awarded. Students will register the day of the event. The first 20 kids per age group registered get to participate, all others will be put on a waiting list.  479-452-6213 fortsmithhomebuilders.com
When: July 14, Noon registration; 1 p.m. contest
Where: Central Mall Center Court,  5111 Rogers Avenue, Fort Smith

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This article appears in the June 2018 issue of Entertainment Fort Smith Magazine.


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