Summer has arrived and children are out of school. What will they do with all the time on their hands? Here are a few ideas you may consider to keep your little ones enjoying fun, learning new things and meeting new people.

 

The Austin Zoo-

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This is a wonderful place to explore and enjoy all the animals. Check out their summer programs and their daily zoo activities. Click here for more information http://austinzoo.org/

 

Thinkery-

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The Thinkery has programs for all ages. They provide educational and creative programs for all ages. There is even some adult only excitement. Click here for more information.

 

Mt. Playmore-

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If you are looking for one place for fun, food, and entertainment, Mt. Playmore is the place for you and your family. They provide indoor playscapes, arcade, toddler area and a restaurant. Something for everyone!  Click here for more information.

 

Round Rock Express-

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Who does not enjoy Baseball in Austin Texas? Answer. No one. So why not enjoy a baseball game and fun for the kids. There is Princess and Superhero night! Click here for more information Click here for more information.

 

Art and Academy-

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So you have an artist in your family. Art and Academy has drawing and painting classes for all artist to enjoy and improve their craft. Click here for more information Click here for more information.

 

The Austin Chronicle-

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The Austin Chronicle has published a Summer Camp Guide that gives you a good overview of the many camps available during the summer months. So take a look by clicking this link for more information Click here for more information.

I hope these ideas will help you and your young person find something of interest that will keep them busy and out of the Austin heat.

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Damita Miller-Shanklin