Release: February 21, 2012
Spring Camp at Habitot Children’s Museum
(Berkeley, CA) April 9-13, 2012
Habitot is offering Spring Camp for children 3-5 years old from April 9th through the 13th, from 9:00am to 1:00pm. There will be engaging activities, which explore spring themes like baby animals, new buds, sunshine, rain and puddles through fun, hands-on art, math, cooking, storytelling, music, and science activities. Camps are led by experienced Habitot instructors. Sign up for one day or the all five days! All camps take place in Habitot's classroom annex, Habitot, Too, located at 2065 Kittredge Street in downtown Berkeley. Classes cost $30/day, or $25/day for five or more classes. To register for Spring Camp call 510-647-1111 x14, or email email@example.com. For more information about Habitot's events and FREE days, please visit http://www.habitot.org.
About Habitot Children's Museum
Since opening in 1998, Habitot Children’s Museum has been recognized as the “best museum for families” by Bay Area Parent Magazine readers and as a “five star destination” by the Lila Guide, along with numerous other accolades for its educational programs and community outreach. In 2010, Habitot was designated a “Top Non-profit” by GreatNonprofits, a leading provider of reviews and ratings of nonprofit organizations.
In 2009, Habitot was named “Best of the Gay Bay.” In 2008, Habitot was named the Parent’s Pick Winner of Best Museum for Little Kids in the San Francisco Bay Area at Nickelodeon’s parentsconnect.com. In addition, Habitot’s founder, Gina Moreland, has been honored for her years of public service with a Bay Area “Jefferson Award”, as well as with a 2006 proclamation from the City of Berkeley as “Early Childhood Champion of the Year.” In December 2009, Habitot was awarded continuation of a First 5 grant from Alameda County for its targeted parent education programs that serve special needs families, LGBTQ families, teen parent families, caregivers and homeless families. 86% of these participants polled in 2009 felt that the services made a significant difference for their family.
Habitot Children's Museum