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F.U.N. camp offers fun during spring break

Highlands Center for Natural History/Courtesy photo<br>
A spring break camper plays “Eagle Eye” at the Highlands Center for Natural History.

Highlands Center for Natural History/Courtesy photo<br> A spring break camper plays “Eagle Eye” at the Highlands Center for Natural History.

PRESCOTT - The Highlands Center for Natural History's "Friends Understanding Nature" or F.U.N. camp offers spring break fun for children aged 6-12. The program takes place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, March 11-15 at the center's headquarters on the Prescott National Forest, 1375 S. Walker Road.

Pre-registration is required. The cost is $140 for Highlands Center members or $185 for nonmembers.

Every spring and fall, school-aged children have the opportunity to come out of the classroom and surround themselves in nature for a week of fun and exploration.

Camp activities include hands-on, outdoor discovery in which children develop their awareness of the natural world through educational activities, nature-based games, art, journaling, scavenger hunts, stories, and songs.

For more information or to register, call the Highlands Center at 776-9550 or visit its website at www.HighlandsCenter.org.

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