When the Napa public schools shut down for a three-week holiday break, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Napa Valley will hold two one-week camps with activities scattered across downtown.
The first session, Dec. 18-22, will include ice skating at Napa on Ice, cooking at The CIA at Copia, arts and crafts at the Napa County Library, a downtown art walk and a visit by Santa.
The second session, Jan. 2-5, offers a fire station tour, police station tour, ice skating, cooking at the CIA and a historical scavenger hunt.
The programs, which will be based at First Presbyterian Church of Napa, are open to students in 1st through 5th grades. The first session costs $125, the second $100.
Campers must be dropped off no later than 10 a.m. and cannot be picked up before 4 p.m. most days.
To register: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/prgmsites/event/787191.
For more information about day camps at the Napa and American Canyon clubhouses: www.thepositiveplace.org/winter-break-camps.