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Summer nature camps in Boerne




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June marks the start of Nature Camp and Art Camp, which will be held Monday, June 11, through Friday, Aug. 3, at the nonprofit, 162-acre Cibolo Nature Center at 140 City Park Road in Boerne.

The camps are state-licensed and provide children ages 6-12 with an up-close, hands-on nature education, or a chance to experience creating art in the beauty of the outdoors.

Each camp is five days, with seven sessions between June 11 and Aug. 3. Registration by Thursday, May 31, will provide a discount in attendance fees.

Camps are sponsored by H-E-B Tournament of Champions.

Call 830-249-4616 or visit www.cibolo.org/campoverview.
 

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