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Brooklyn Boulders: Rock Climbing for Kids

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Kids climbing up the walls now that they are fueled by the sun and longer days? Why not literally let send them up the walls at Brooklyn Boulders. Moms we know have been raving about the after-school programs at this sprawling facility sprawls (18,000 square feet and has a height of over 30 ft. of rocks to climb.)

Kids day passes start at $16 (it's best to buy them in packs of ten or more for savings). Climbers of all ages are welcome, but parents should note: this is not a drop-off environment. To get your child in a regular program you'll want to take part in Kids League on Tuesday and Thursday after school 4:30 (beginners) and 5:30 (more advanced). Eight pack class will run you $250 and don't expire. All the equipment is included. And don't be left out of the fun, this facility is also great for a Mom's Night Out!

Plan now for summer. Summer camp is $495 per week. Camp sessions run weekly starting June 21st and the the sessions end Sept. 3rd. Camp goes from 8am until 4pm with all snacks included. In addition of climbing this active camp will boast yoga, swimming and more--and this will be a drop off camp.

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