DeKalb nature center offers chance to keep kids active this winter


The Dunwoody Nature Center is offering parents a way to keep the kids active during winter.

"Join us for three different sessions of fun and adventure as we explore the winter climate and study its effect on the animals, plants and habitats of Dunwoody Park," the center said in an email newsletter.

Winter camp, which has varying prices, is open in half-day sessions for 3- and 4-year-olds and full day sessions for kindergarten through 5th graders.

There are three sessions: Dec. 22 and 23; Dec. 27 to 30; and Jan. 3 and 4.

For pricing and to register, click here.

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