For the Kids

Camp Kinder Sprouts

Children entering kindergarten have the chance to build skills needed for the upcoming year with this three-day camp. A qualified teacher will cover science, reading, geography, writing and math while introducing kids to the majesty of dinosaurs, the wonders of outer space, and the mysteries of the oceans. Ages 41/2-6. $54-64. 9:30-11:30 a.m. Early Childhood Family Education Suite, Central Park, 8595 Central Park Place; 651.768.5330; Read more about Camp Kinder Sprouts

Coin Carnival

Head to Ojibway Park for a day of family fun at this year’s coin carnival. Activities and entertainment include “penny” games, prizes, moon walks, temporary tattoos, funky hair styling, shows by the Puppet Wagon, lunch and frozen treats. Recommended for youth ages 2-12 accompanied by an adult. Tickets sold onsite. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Ojibway Park, 2695 Ojibway Drive; 651.714.3583; Read more about Coin Carnival

Safety Camp

Woodbury police officers, firefighters and recreation staff give kids hands-on experience with a variety of safety topics in this interactive two-day camp. Kids also get to cool off with a dip in the lake each day at Carver Lake Beach. For youth entering grades 3-5. $43. Price includes t-shirt, lunch and snacks. 8 a.m. Carver Lake Park, 3175 Century Ave. S.; 651.714.3583; Read more about Safety Camp

Tricia & The Toonies

Spend a Friday morning at Ojibway Park with your family and enjoy some live kid-focused music, courtesy of Tricia & The Toonies. Kids will love following along to the interactive performance, and they’ll get their bodies moving to boot. The concert is one of the last in the Performances in the Park free summer concert series, hosted by the city of Woodbury parks and recreation department. In the event of inclement weather, the performance will take place at the Central Park Amphitheater. Free. 11 a.m. Read more about Tricia & The Toonies

Yard Games Camp

Give your kids the tools they need to put down the electronics and play outside this summer by sending them to this three-day afternoon camp. Here they will learn how to play a variety of yard games, including bocce, croquet, polesh, ladder golf, bags, box washers, and kanjam. Ages 9-14. $31. 1-3 p.m. White Field 11, Bielenberg Sports Center, 4125 Radio Drive; 651.714.3583; Read more about Yard Games Camp

Bike it. Run it. DU it. : Kids Duathlon

Cheer on your kiddos from the sidelines as they complete a 2-mile bike ride and 1-mile run along the trails of Ojibway Park and Ojibway Park Drive. Prepare your kids by sending them off with their own bike, athletic shoes and a well-fitting bike helmet. Parents won’t be allowed on the course, but the routes will be well-staffed with volunteers to help kids along the way. As a reward for participating, every child will receive a t-shirt and a medal. Call Woodbury Parks & Recreation at 651.714.3583 to register. $25/person. Read more about Bike it. Run it. DU it. : Kids Duathlon

Matt Dunn Magic Show

Prepare to be mystified. Bring the family to see Matt Dunn perform magical feats at this free magic show. In case of fickle weather, the magic show will be moved to the Central Park Amphitheater. 11 a.m. Ojibway Park bandshell, 2695 Ojibway Drive; 651.714.3583; Read more about Matt Dunn Magic Show

Puppet Wagon Preview Party

You don’t have to wait until the 2014 Woodbury Parks and Recreation Puppet Wagon to enjoy the puppet show. Attend a preview party to sneak a peek of this year’s puppet show, play games, construct your own puppet and nibble on summer treats (read: popsicles) at Kinderberry Hill, the 2014 sponsor of the Puppet Wagon. Free. 6:30 p.m. Kinderberry Hill, 1205 Woodbury Drive; 651.714.3583; Read more about Puppet Wagon Preview Party


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