The holidays are out of the way, a new year is underway, and it’s time to start doing some planning for 2019! One big thing you might need to arrange is kid coverage during the Spring Break from school — it may still be winter, but the week off will be here before we know it.
If you want to serve up something fun and active that your children will love, RDUTennis is hosting Spring Break Camp from April 15-18 at Trinity Washington University.
Kids ages 4-14 can enjoy a variety of activities along with tennis instruction, including swim, outdoor soccer, indoor basketball, arts & crafts with staff, and more creative athletic games. The cost is $220 for full-day camp and $120 for half-day.
In addition, RDUTennis offers both full- and half-day summer sports and tennis camp at American, Catholic, and Trinity Washington Universities. Learn more about their summer programs here.
Giveaway: Want a chance to win a session of Spring Break Camp with RDUTennis at the Trinity Washington University April 15-18? Simply leave a comment below, telling me what your favorite place to go has been during the government shutdown. You can also get an extra chance to win by entering on the KidFriendly DC Facebook Page (but you must also be entered on the blog*). This giveaway will run through Friday, February 1, 2019 then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
*Emails used to enter the giveaway through the blog will be shared with RDUTennis.
37 Responses to Giveaway: Enter to Win a Session of Spring Break Camp with RDUTennis!
Home sweet home. Staycation.
National Building Museum
The Phillip Collection and rock creek park
Work! I’m not a federal employee 😉
The building museum. Great tip that it was free with a government ID.
Home and the free outdoor parks
Up until recently, enjoying the great outdoors!
Open gym at The Agility Center
My boys love to play Ping Pong / Table Tennis, at the local community center!
During the government shutdown we have rediscovered some of our local libraries Francis Gregory and Eastern Market and DRP recs Hillcrest and Ridge Road. We have also taken some walks on pave path at Anacostia park.
We are trying to visit all the indoor pools across the city.
DC libraries – the best public institution for families funded by taxpayer dollars!
We loved the DC library North East branch and Solid State Books where my daughter likes to read to smaller children in the kids area.
We’ve been spending a lot of time at our local library!
Trying to visit every dcdpr location during the shut down.
Montgomery County and Fairfax County parks!
Would love to win!
Germantown indoor pool
Baking in my kitchen
Lantern making at the National Building Museum!
A hike up Sugarloaf mountain.
We loved going to the Botanic Garden!
Ice skating at Wells in College Park
Our favorite place to go has been the Greenbelt Public Library!
It’s a loooong shot, but you gotta play to win.
National Building Museum
We’ve loved the National Building Museum!
Potomac Overlook and our local high school pool. We get a good dose of exercise and socializing.
DC rec centers and the libraries. Pretty much same as always.
DC’s indoor pools!
School teacher so off to work I went each day to teach the little people.