Lake Charles Recreation and Parks offering holiday camps - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Lake Charles Recreation and Parks offering holiday camps

Lake Charles 2017 holiday camp (Source: City of Lake Charles) Lake Charles 2017 holiday camp (Source: City of Lake Charles)
LAKE CHARLES, LA -

The City of Lake Charles Recreation and Parks Department is offering daily holiday camps from Wednesday, Dec. 20 through Friday, Dec. 22, and again on Tuesday, Dec. 26 through Friday, Dec. 29.

The holiday camps will be held at nine community centers in Lake Charles each day from 2 to 6 p.m. and will feature activities for the entire family, including kickball, basketball, table tennis, chess, pool, board games, craft projects and story time, said Matt Young, City of Lake Charles spokesman.

All camps will provide participants 17 and under with afternoon meals Tuesday through Thursday, thanks to a donation provided by Second Harvest Food Bank, said Young.

The holiday camps will be at these community centers:

  • Bellard Center (2808 Hillcrest Dr.) 
  • Columbus Circle Center (3520 Grienwich Blvd.) 
  • J.D. Clifton Center (2415 E. Gieffers)
  • McMillan Center (343 Goos St.)
  • College Oaks Center (3518 Ernest St.)
  • Henry Heights Center (801 E. School St.) 
  • Mike D. Lanza Center (609 Sycamore) 
  • Donald Ray Stevens Center (1619 Cessford),
  • Willie McCullor Landry Center in Drew Park (416 Dr. Michael DeBakey Dr.)

For more information, you can call 337-491-1280.      

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