Bellingham nature camp still accepting young campers

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Is learning about salmon, playing nature games or using imagination to create crafts and stories your child’s thing? If so, outdoor nonprofit Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association (NSEA) is still accepting 4- to 6-year-olds at Camp Keystone, a weekly summer camp in Bellingham at 3057 E Bakerview Road.

The camp cost $200 per week. Camps started June 21 and will continue into the week of August 16. Families can sign their children up for one week or the entire summer. Each week has a new nature theme, from water to trees.

Camp runs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. every weekday, providing the opportunity for children to let their imaginations run wild as they do hands-on exploring of nature, create crafts and learn about the environment.

Scholarships are available depending on funding, and can be applied to during registration.

To register for the camp, visit bit.ly/3ho4AqG. For more information, email Nathan at nzabel@n-sea.org, call 360/312-3094 or visit the camp’s FAQs.

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