If you're wondering what to do with your kids during their Thanksgiving break and you live in the Warrensburg area. Warrensburg Parks and Recreation can help. This year they're offering Thanksgiving Break Camp during the break leading up to Thanksgiving and Black Friday.

Thanksgiving Break Camp runs Monday, November 20 - Wednesday, November 23 from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM and is geared for children kindergarten through grade 8. The camp will be held at the Warrensburg Community Center.

Campers will enjoy swimming every day, movies, gym games, Mario Kart on Nintendo Switch, crafts, and more. As Warrensburg Parks and Recreation's Facebook page says, "We've got a cornucopia of exciting activities lined up for your little ones!"

Whether you just think it might be easier to get the house ready for Thanksgiving guests without the kids underfoot, or if you're working when the little ones are off, Thanksgiving Break Camp can certainly solve any childcare issues you might run into.

The cost for the camp is $35 per day, or $95 if you'd like your child to attend all three days of the camp. In addition, breakfast, lunch, and a snack will be provided for the campers. Kids must be registered by Monday, November 13, 2023. Registration is now open on the Warrensburg Parks and Recreation website.

Thanksgiving Break Camp is just one of many programs targeted to Warrensburg area youths and their families. Other programs include their Kids Night In program, giving parents a little bit of a break, usually on Friday nights. As well as their after-school program geared for kids K - Grade 5. For more information on these programs check out the Warrensburg Parks and Recreation Facebook Page or their webpage.

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