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Monkey Do! Indoor Playground

Monkey Do! Indoor Playground

64 Harvest Lane
Williston, VT 05495
(802)872 7522

Get ready to play! Monkey Do is Vermont’s best indoor play facility for kids. Let loose and play in a warm, dry, safe, clean, fun, and healthy environment, especially on a rainy, cold, or snowy day. Toddlers to approximately ten year olds can play their hearts out on fun play structures, do arts and crafts and socialize all at the same time.

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Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Burlington, VT

Over 30 summer camps for creative kids and teens in acting, singing, dance, radio, film, comedy, puppetry, improv, jazz music, musical theater, and more! Camp themes include Monty Python, Wizards, Pirates, Ninjas, Aliens, and many other favorite stories and characters. 10-19-year-olds ready to perform can audition for three summer musicals:…(more)

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Camp Farwell

Camp Farwell

Newbury, VT

Founded as the first girls camp in the US, we are a family run business providing a completely elective activity program, which allows campers to choose only the activities meaningful to them. Girls build skill and confidence in their favorite activities and build self-esteem, self-concept, and leadership skills. Campers are…(more)

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