Do you know how to keep your kids busy when spring break roles around the corner? Here are some fun and affordable activities being offered in Oklahoma City:
Spring Break Energetic Action IV
March 16-20, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Pitts Recreation Center , 1920 N Kate
Children from ages 6-16 can enjoy crafts, word games and athletic classes all week long with free admission. Register: (405) 472-1556.
Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m.
5100 N Brookline, Suite 100
The whole family can have a fun time dancing after lunch. The Integris Third Age Life Center invites adults and children to attend line dancing classes for free. Get information and register at (405) 951-2277.
March 14-15 or 18-22
Martin Park Nature Center, 5000 West Memorial Road
Do you have a child who would rather be outdoors than in a classroom? Now is the chance to for them to learn more about nature during spring break. Anyone can learn about different trees, nonedible plants and hike Martin Park Nature Center. Cost per person:: $2 with a reservation. Information: (405) 755-0676 o at the Web site www.okc.gov/Parks/martin_park/index.html.
Pre-K Story Time
Tuesdays, 10:30-11 a.m. or 1:30-2 p.m.
Capitol Hill Library, 334 SW 26th St.
Are you interested in having your younger children to hear story time in Spanish and English? Books, games and small finger puppet plays are offered in English and Spanish if requested. Informacion: (405) 634-6308
Also call or check the Web sites of your favorite Oklahoma City spots, such as the Oklahoma City Zoo (424-3344 or www.okczoo.com) or Science Museum Oklahoma (602-6664 or www.sciencemuseumoklahoma.org) for Spring Break activities.