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Early registration for the Cibolo Nature Center’s 2012 Nature Camp and Art Camp will be held from Wednesday, Feb. 1, through Thursday, May 31. The center is located off S.H. 46 just west of the Kendall County Fairgrounds in Boerne.

Nature Camp and Art Camp are state-licensed camps held amid the Cibolo Nature Center’s 162-acre nature preserve bordered by Cibolo Creek in Boerne. The camps provide children ages 6-12 with an opportunity for up-close, hands-on nature education, or a chance to experience creating art based on the beauty of the outdoors.

Each of the Cibolo Nature Center’s summer camps takes place for five days with seven sessions beginning Monday, June 11, and ending Friday, Aug. 3. Session topics vary, so campers may sign up for more than one week.

Early registration provides a discount in attendance fees. Those who sign up for more than one session receive additional discounts.

For more information, call 830-249-4616 or visit

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