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Auburn Parks & Rec Announces Summer Programs

Posted by aprile on June 2, 2013

Let the summer fun begin! The Auburn Parks & Recreation Department announced the programs for its popular Fun in the Park series, held on Wednesdays throughout the summer at Eckhart Park. All programs start at 10 a.m. (except for the LEGO camps).

2013 Fun in the Park Programs
  • June 12: The Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo will bring animals to Eckhart Park for children to learn about and see up-close.
  • June 19: Dumpster Drummers will entertain the crowd with their talented, funny crew.
  • June 24 thru June 28Two sessions of Lego Camp, geared toward kids in grades 1-3, will be offered. The morning session is from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., and the afternoon one is 1-4 p.m. Call the park office to register.
  • July 10: Join us for Nature Day, sponsored by DeKalb Soil & Water, where we'll identify and plant trees.
  • July 17: Come join Ronald McDonald for a fun-filled program of magic and laughter.
  • July 31: TBD
  • August 5-9: The Auburn Arts Commission is sponsoring a music camp. Details forthcoming.
 
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