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Teacher Planning Day Camp

Give your child something fun to do on Teacher Planning Day!
Teacher Planning Day is a one day camp that offers exciting and eventful indoor/outdoor activities, games, movies, and more. This is a unique program that integrates educational and fun components. Price includes
lunch and snack.
Cost:
$22 per day (Doral Residents)
$27 per day (Non-Residents)
$4 T-shirt fee *Required for all participants

Child must have turned 5 years of age on/or before September 1, 2014 to register.
Parents picking up after the ten minute grace period (after 6:10PM) will be charged $1 per minute.
Register at Morgan Levy Park
5300 NW 102 Ave
305-482-9590
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