Spring Break can Still be Fun Even if You’re Staying Home
Family art projects, bounce houses, swimming, and climbing are just a few of the family–friendly activity options available at The Salvation Army Kroc Center during Spring Break 2018, April 2–6.
Open swim, climbing wall, and game room hours are extended to help parents make sure they never hear, “I’m bored!” Special guest presentations at 11am each morning include Blandford Nature Center, Binder Park Zoo, puppeteer Kevin Kammeraad, and interactive drumming with WaZoBia.
Day passes are only $7.50 for all ages, and as always, Kroc Center members get unlimited free access to all activities. All children age 11 and under must be supervised by an adult while visiting the Kroc Center. New this year, the Kroc has added a “family room” where parents and kids looking for a break can have snacks, play games, and more.
And, as a new option for guests, the Kroc Center is offering a new “Family Pool & Play Pass” for those who enjoy all the family fun at the Kroc, but don’t want to worry about a monthly membership.
For an annual cost of $99, the Family Pool & Play Pass provides day pass access to the Kroc Center for a family of up to five people during the most popular open swim times – Saturdays and Sundays, Spring Break, and Christmas Break.
Those who may be looking for a place to celebrate Easter can also visit Church at the Kroc for special events on Easter Sunday, April 1. The church will hold a “SONrise” bilingual worship service at 8am, and another at 10am.
Visit GrKrocCenter.org/springbreak or call 616.588.7200 for more information on open recreation hours and other details.