BEVERLY HILLS—The city of Beverly Hills will be offering three winter camps for kids to keep them engaged during the upcoming winter break. According to a press release from the city of Beverly Hills, the camps are aimed to keep kids away from the television and electronic devices and engaged with other kids during the two to three week break.
For Kids Who Like to do a Variety of Things – Ages 5-10 years old
Camp Beverly Hills at Horace Mann Elementary School Camp offers a safe, fun camp environment where kids will participate in games, sports, arts and crafts, special-themed Friday program and other great activities. Free extended care is offered as well.
For Kids Who Like Soccer or Want to Learn the Sport – Ages 5-13 years old
Brit West Soccer Camp at La Cienega Park Daily schedule includes warm up, agility and speed drills, skills of the day, fun games and putting learned techniques into practice. The final day of camp is World Cup Day! Players are grouped by age and experience.
For Kids Who Like Performing Arts – Ages 5-13 years old
Catskills West Winter Showcase at Roxbury Park Over the course of two weeks, kids will learn theatrical skills through daily activity session in singing, dancing and action prepare for a small showcase that will include three to four musical numbers with small scene work in between.
To sign up, go online at www.beverlyhills.org/wintercamps or call (310) 285-6850 for more information. No onsite registration will be accepted.