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Baltimore Woods Hosts Night Moves: Spring Amphibian Migration 

Are you interested in learning more about the migration of frogs and salamanders? Baltimore Woods Nature Center is hosting a virtual event, Night Moves: Spring Amphibian Migration, from April 2-30.

The program is free, but a donation of $10 per household is suggested.

For more information, visit baltimorewoods.org/event.

WonderWorks Syracuse Reopens with New Exhibit

WonderWorks Syracuse is now open – with a new exhibit. Families can check out CNY Art: New York Youth Art Gallery, which showcases the winners of its inaugural youth art contest.

“We are thrilled to be able to get our doors back open and welcome people to come on in,” said Nicole Montgomery, general manager of WonderWorks Syracuse, in a press release. “We know that people are ready to get out and do things, and we offer a great mix of fun and educational activities, with something for everyone in the family.”

New safety measures will be in place, including: reservations; cashless payments; limited hours; and temperature checks. For more information, visit wonderworksonline.com/destiny.

 

Central Rock Gym to Expand Syracuse Location

Central Rock Gym will look a little different this fall. The Syracuse location recently announced on its Facebook page that it will be adding 6,000 square feet – including 3,500 for climbing.

For more information about Central Rock Gym, visit centralrockgym.com/Syracuse.

 

CNY Day Camps Announce 2021 Plans

Are you looking for a summer camp for your family? These camps recently announced their plans for 2021. You can also view an updated list at familytimescny.com.

  • BASCOL, Sunshine and Good Times Summer Program – This program features themed weeks, guest speakers and flexible schedules – families can pick and choose the weeks and days they sign up for. New for 2021 are Challenge Island on site field trips. For more information, visit bascol.org.
  • JCC of Syracuse Parents of school-aged children can choose from a traditional day camp or specialty camps, which explore activities such as cheerleading, gaming and rocketry. The JCC of Syracuse will also offer several early childhood camps. For more information, visit jccsyr.org/camp.html.
  • Manlius Pebble Hill Summer Programs – Manlius Pebble Hill’s full-day camps feature water activities, nature time, arts and crafts and more. Families can also sign up for one of the school’s athletic camps – this summer, it will offer basketball, soccer, tennis, and volleyball. For more information, visit mphschool.org/community/community-programs/summer-programs.
  • Sciencenter Summer Camp –Campers in grades 2-6 can explore engineering during Engineergirls Explore or conduct experiments and learn about new physical science concepts during Build, Investigate, and Explore. This summer, the Sciencenter will also hold a middle school session, where campers can design exhibits, create videos and more. For more information, visit sciencenter.org/summer-camp.html.

For more community news, visit communityguide.familytimescny.com/article.

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