Make sure to sign the kids up for Tracy Aviary's spring break camp or Bad Dog's new teen art workshops tomorrow. Just put it on your to-do list.
You won't want to miss out on these ones. Both Tracy and Bad Dog were featured in our last What to Do with a Bored Kid feature. (Hint: The next one's coming out in our March issue, just finished the copy).
Scroll to the bottom for more info on those camps.
And since Tracy's camp is a couple weeks away, check out the Wild Bird Center's Bird Walk on Saturday. The Princess and the Dragon is another to definitely see this Friday.
The Princess and the Dragon by the Puppet Players
All the brave princes try to take care of the kingdom's dragon problem, but it's actually the princess who knows exactly how to handle the beast. The Puppet Players have the most creative life-size and hand puppets around Utah, always a fun show for the kids.
Anderson-Foothill Library, 1135 S. 2100 East, SLC, 3 p.m. Click here for more info
Wild Bird Center Walk at Powder Mountain
Black Rosy-Finch by Paul Higgins
Wild Bird Center owner Bill Fenimore is going tours on the Wasatch Front's trails over the next month. The first is this weekend at Powder Mountain, and the tour meets up before the trip at the Wild Bird Center in Layton at 10 a.m. and return by noon. Families should dress for the cold and bring binoculars.
Here are the other upcoming Bird Walks:
Feb. 12 - Farmington Bay Feb. 19 - Riverdale Parkway Feb. 26 - Jensen Park Pond
Wild Bird Center, 1860 N. 1000 West, Layton, 10 a.m. Click here for more info
Tracy Aviary's Spring Break Camps
Each camp has a different bird-related theme w/ crafts, activities and connections to the natural world... oh, and of course, interacting with Tracy Aviary's birds.
Camps run April 18-26 for grades 1st-4th. Register before March 1 for $5 off. Call 801-596-8500 or click here for more info.
Bad Dog Teen Art Workshops
Camps run all through February, and the first, starts Monday: Sticks and Stones, the basics of shape, scale, texture and repetition to understand 3D assemblage art.
All camps are for ages 13-16. Call 801-322-3816 or click here for more info.