Whether it’s basketball, tennis, chess, art or the great outdoors that captures a child’s imagination, parents can probably find the activity at one of the 11 Winter Break camps offered this holiday season by the City of Evanston’s Recreation Division.

With options that range from drop-in programs to those that meet over one week or two, half-day or full-day, there is a camp to satisfy almost every interest and schedule. Choose from such specialty camps as the Ecology Center’s EcoFreeze Camp on winter survival or the Young Artists Program (YAP) for youth ages 11-15. There are also camps devoted to specific sports, including Holiday Hoops Camp and Winter Break Indoor Volleyball Camp.

Most camps start Monday, December 22. For more information, call 847-866-2900 or visit the city website.

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