Summertime is almost here, and Warrensburg has its Quest Summer Day Camp in session from May 26 to August 19. There are three groups for the camp all based on your kid's grade level. If you're thinking of sending your kids to a week, or multiple weeks of the camp, you'll want to attend the Warrensburg Parks and Recreation informational meeting on the camp.

The whole family is welcome to attend the meeting and learn about the camp, as well as meet the staff at the Warrensburg Community Center this Wednesday, May 18, from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM CDT.

The camp's three groups are geared to kids going into grades K-2nd grade, 3rd grade - 5th grade, and, 6th - 8th grade. According to Warrensburg Parks and Recreation, "Campers will enjoy themed weeks, swimming daily, playing at the park, exploring nature, guest speakers, fun educational experiences, arts and crafts, games, gym time, Nintendo Switch tournaments, field trips and MORE!"

The cost to attend every week the camp is offered over the summer is $1,350, the cost to attend for a week is $105, and the cost to attend for a day is $30. This allows parents to customize their child's champing experience completely. Camp runs daily from 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM CDT, with drop-offs as early as 6:30 AM CDT, and pick-ups as late as 6:30 PM CDT. Campers will be playing in the gym during drop-off and pick-up times.

You can check out the parents' guide for the camp here, and get more information on the camp here.

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