Spring Break Stay-cation Ideas
Spring Break Camps: Krasl Art Center, St. Joseph
Krasl Art Center in St. Joseph will be offering in-person Spring Break camps from April 5th through 9th. These camps are designed for kids ages 5 through 12, and will be taught by local artists. You can choose from different classes to make clay pots, paint flowers, make space sculptures, and more. You’ll want to register by April 1st on the Krasl Art Center’s website.
Indoor Climbing Fun: Allegan Event, Allegan
This one is great, because it’s a great way for the kids to burn energy, and you don’t need to cross your fingers for good weather! Allegan Event has Michigan’s largest indoor ropes course, plus a climbing wall, an arcade, and full snack bar with food and even some adult beverages. If you want to check it out, you can save on admission by reserving your tickets on the Allegan Event website before your visit.
Virtual Spring Break Camps: Air Zoo, Portage
This year, Air Zoo in Portage has mid-week Spring Break Camps that run from March 30th through April 1st, and they still have room for virtual participants. Their camps are designed for kids from kindergarten through fifth grade, and will explore topics like coding, the science of aerodynamics, and more STEAM-focused topics. The Virtual Camps are $20 per student, and include a science materials kit that you can pick up at the Air Zoo, or have mailed right to you.