Happy campers: A parent’s guide to local youth summer activities

Before you know it, summer will be in full swing. And many parents will be looking for activities to keep kids’ brains and bodies active once the school year wraps up.

Here are a few ideas, with additional resources, to help get you started:

For bookworms

Carnegie-Stout Public Library

Summer Reading Program: Highlighting the theme, “Read Beyond the Beaten Path,” it will include live performances, take-home activities, weekly story times and additional programs. June 6-Aug. 13.

Family Storytime: 

More information: 563-589-4225, carnegiestout.org.

For budding creators

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Little Artists Program: 

For nature lovers

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For young athletes

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Additional resources

City of Dubuque Leisure Services: 563-589-4263, cityofdubuque.org/recreation

Megan Gloss writes for the Telegraph Herald.

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