The Audubon Society is offering a wide variety of day camps. Activities range from hiking, basket making, a day trip to the coast, learning about wildlife veterinarians and how to use maps &compasses. Visit their site to learn more. The Audubon Society offers scholarships up to 50% (application online).
During Champions spring break program kids will create their own superhero identities, rewrite a classic fairy tale and decode cryptograms and more.
Take your family on a treasure hunt! If you haven’t heard of geocaching, read about the game at this website. It’s fun, free and an outdoor activity for the whole family!
Leach Botanical Garden
Manga Drawing – Ages 8-12yrs
Japanese comic strips and animation have introduced young people the world over to a new type of creativity. This style of art is beautiful and entertaining – these classes are a simple introduction to making manga on your own! All skill levels are welcome! Supplies provided and/or bring your own.
Do your little ones love getting up close and personal with critters? Each day of Spring Break offers a different camp for kids K-4. Campers can participate in one, several or all five. Each day campers will explore “animal mysteries” in a different way, and bring home fun projects. $38/day members, $45/day non-members.
4001 SW Canyon Rd.
Portland Parks and Recreation
With community centers, pools parks and day camps Portland Parks has a lot to offer your family.
East Portland Community Center and Pool
Spring and Summer 2015 Activities Catalog – See page 20 for Spring break activities
Need a Scholarship?
Individuals, regardless of age, who require financial assistance can apply for scholarships to offset PP&R fees. To apply, please complete a Scholarship Application and return it to your preferred center or pool.
Find a Portland Park
Want to visit a new park? Use Portland Parks & Recreation’s Find a Park page to specify the park amenities your family is looking for.
Day programs and activities for all ages. Camp themes include outdoor skills, fishing, and story based adventure.
Zenger Farm, an urban farm in Southeast Portland, welcomes 2nd-4th grade kids to “Celebrate Spring” by digging in garden beds, making nature-based crafts, and cooking fresh from the garden. Friends and family can get in touch with their green thumbs right along with them at the open house on Friday afternoon. $280/week. Need-based scholarships are available. Contact Education Director, Allison O’Sullivan at 503-282-4245 or email@example.com to apply.
11741 SE Foster Rd