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It’s almost Valentine’s Day already!

Remember the days of ridiculously expensive long stem roses and champagne and perhaps a trinket box to open?  Ahh yes, gone are the candle lit dinners and deserts of gourmet chocolates.  We’re watching the sugar these days anyway, but then when it comes right down to it, isn’t Valentine’s Day about being with the loves in our lives?  So, bring on the mac ‘n cheese and conversation hearts!  With little ones around to tell us they love us, they wrap their little arms around us and give us their smushy kisses, and it’s all over! 

What could be better than THAT? Since we’re always thinking about family fun, we’re passing along a few suggestions for things you might want to enjoy with the loves of YOUR life to celebrate Valentine’s Day. True Pablove is a crafty event that also benefits Cancer Research; featuring Valentine arts and crafts, live music, a silent auction, kids' activities, and great food.  All proceeds support Pablove Foundation's mission to fund pediatric cancer research and treatment. This is an opportunity to have fun AND teach kids how important it is to support worthy causes. February 9th from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm / Great for all but especially kids 1-10.  Bring them hungry! Food is provided and be sure to stop at the card center to have your kids create a Valentine’s Day card for children at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. More Crafty Hands on Fun  Are you still looking at that box of Valentine’s cards you need to assemble and get your kiddo to scribble on or sign for every child in the free world?  How about taking a pass on that?  Spend an afternoon at the Purple Twig, making printed Valentines. The project is completed in a couple of hours and everyone has fun, plus the cards look fantastic! February 9th at 12:00 pm & 2:00 pm / Targeted for kids 3-8.

Please register in advance and ask about drop off for kids 5 and up. How’s Your Sweet Tooth?  Sweet Science of Candy  Candy making is yummy fun, but there is science behind it, too.  This hands-on workshop lets kids explore the science of sugar and the chemistry of confections. February 9th from 9:30 am – 11:30 am / Best for kids: 7-12.  The workshop fee includes one accompanying adult.  MAKE RESERVATIONS! – They fill up fast!

How About a Movie  Lady and the Tramp  Maybe spaghetti dinner at home, and then take the whole family to see the romantic story of two dogs in love at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood. February 14th - 18th at 7:00 pm / Great for kids 4 and up.

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2020 Open House Dates

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All open houses are from 11:30am to 3:00pm at Camp Keystone
2854 Triunfo Canyon Rd, Agoura Hills, CA 91301

Sunday, March 22
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Sunday, April 19
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Summer, 2020: June 15 - August 14

9:30-3:30, M-F. Drop off no earlier than 9:15. Pick-up from 3:30-4:15.

Extended day care available starting at 7:30am and ending at 6:00 pm.


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