LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - There may be up to a foot of snow on the ground, but it's still spring break for some area children.
The YWCA in Lafayette is holding a Spring Break Day Camp for children ages 4 to 12 all week.
Some of the activities planned this week include visits from Purdue engineering students so kids can learn about engineering and visits from the United Way covering exercise and nutrition.
YWCA Youth and Adult Program Coordinator Janae Kraud says the camp is a good way for kids to stay active and learn something during their week off school.
"It's a great place for kids to have fun," Kraud said. "It's a safe place, it's educational while they're on Spring Break. They can meet new friends and just be active."
The camp was delayed two hours due to the snow on Monday.
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