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American Girl Dates and Dolls Camp, featured by Living History Kids

Map5200 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro, NC 27410
336-404-2600
    Categories:
  • Educational
  • Girls Only
  • History
  • Summer Day Camps

Description:

The premise of Living History Kids is simple: Let kids be kids while learning about history. Through our programs, hands-on activities, popular culture experiences, arts & crafts, and imaginative play we do just that. There are three distinct camp programs: Dates & Dolls camps (featuring American Girl) for girls rising grades 1-6, Battle Camps for boys rising grades 3-8, and half-day Princess Parties for girls rising grades PK-3. See more at: www.livinghistorykids.com Dates and Dolls Sessions run June-July and meet from 9:00-3:00 Monday-Friday. Extended day child care is available for an additional fee. (not affiliated with American Girl, LLC)

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County: Guilford

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