For parents who are keenly pondering that annual question, "What can I do to
keep the kids entertained this summer?", this could be an answer - the summer
day camp organized by the YMCA.
The camp for children aged 5 to 15 years starts on April 21 and closes on May
26, 2003. Right at the heart of the city, this camp is geared-up to provide all
kids a ball. Ball as also in baseball, basketball and volleyball.
The activities planned would help kids tune up their body as well as their mind, all without missing any fun. The mind and body games include scrabble, chess, roller-skating, table-tennis, badminton and more. In the meditation sessions, the kids would get a chance to experience and learn from the art of yoga, the sporty aerobics and the tough yet graceful gymnastics. The little martial art fans get to learn karate and judo, and there's magic for the mystic kinds.
Then there are classical, folk and break dance lessons for the sensitive and artistic ones. Besides all this stuff, there are drawing and painting, music and handicraft, and a ship-load-store of summer fun.
Please contact at 2780-1936 or 98480-25051 for registration, enquiries and camp details.