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LEGO camp coming to Johns Creek

Does your child love to build things? Are you one of those parents that has little LEGO blocks scattered all over the house?

Johns Creek may have the perfect camp for your kid.

A LEGO camp is coming to the city in north Fulton County this summer. There are three dates for the camp and each one stretches over five days. Registration is open now.


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The camp is targeted at children ages 5 to 12 and are designed to spark creativity and teach campers the basic skills of engineering.

Under the direction of Play-Well TEKnologies staff, campers will be able to construct boats, bridges, mazes and motorized cars.

The start dates for the camps are June 4, June 25 and July 9. Ages 5 to 7 will be there 9 a.m. to noon, while ages 8 to 12 will be there 1 to 4 p.m.

The camp costs $150 for Johns Creek residents and $225 for non-residents.

Camps will be held at the Shakerag Firehouse Community Room and the Newtown Park Community Clubhouse.

For more information and to register, visit the city’s website.


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