Parents, looking for something constructive for kids to do over summer? School’s about to end, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to. Here are a few summer activities/opportunities for the young ones in your life:
Terrific Tuesdays at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and ImaginOn.
Each Tuesday at 1 and 3 p.m. through July 26, preschoolers can enjoy magic, music, stories and more. The shows are free to attend with an advance online registration. More info. at ctcharlotte.org.
A Gantt Summer 2019.
The Harvey B. Gantt Center line-up includes 4 family-friendly summer camps focused on theatre, digital photography, arts and technology and hip hop technology. Students will showcase their work in an end of camp showcase. For more information, visit ganttcenter.org
YMCA Summer Day Camp.
There’s no shortage of ways to play at the Y! They believe that summer camp should be FUN! Every child gets the opportunity to explore, let loose, uncover talents, make new friends and create memories that will last a lifetime. www.ymcacharlotte.org
Charlotte Regional Farmers Market.
Free samples and donuts all day! I recommend you get there early. This year-round market has the most options for garden-fresh veggies and locally raised meats. Located on Yorkmont Road. Find special happenings posted on the market’s Facebook page.
Anne Springs Close Greenway.
It’s $5 per car to enter. Hike or bike the more than 40 miles or trails at the greenway (voted 2017 Charlotte Parent Readers’ Favorite) in Fort Mill. Canoeing, horseback riding and other programs are available. Most are free or less than $5. www.ascgreenway.org