Posted 5/29/19 (Wed)
By Ashleigh Plemper
Farmer Staff Writer
With cooler temperatures still lurking, one is bound to think winter won full custody of spring, and North Dakotans are fighting for visitation rights. Luckily, Watford City will be offering summer recreation programs to save the day and cure everyone’s Winter Blues once and for all.
“We’re hoping to get more kids involved this time around,” says Ian Eisenschenk, recreation specialist with the Rough Rider Center. “Mainly because we have more to offer this year.”
Much is going on throughout Watford City this summer not just for children, but adults can get in on the fun too!
With a summer camp scheduled to begin for children grades 1 - 6 on June 13, there’s quite a bit more to follow. Every program will give kids the opportunity to partake in a variety of activities geared to not just kill their boredom, but also teach them things.
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