I’m sending my almost 16-year-old to driving school — he can take the classroom portion now — but for those of you not quite ready for that nightmare, the Grafton Recreation Department and the Grafton Public Library will be holding several April vacation programs.
Grafton Recreation Camps:
- Sports — run by F.A.S.T., 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday- Friday at the North Street Elementary School, grades K-5, $155;
- Outdoor Adventure Clinic — run by Fin & Feather Sports, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesday-Friday at the Grafton Lions Club, $200 per child;
- Horse Lovers Program — Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-noon, fee is $200 per rider;
- Pre-Engineering with Lego — Run by Play-Well, 9 a.m.-noon Tuesday-Friday at the Grafton Municipal Center, ages 5-7 years, $110 per person.
Grafton Recreation will post its spring/summer program lineup, including swimming lessons and summer camps, on April 1. For information, contact Grafton Recreation at 508-839-5335 x156.
Grafton Public Library programs:
April 17: Sharpie Tie-Dying, 2 p.m.. Let your creativity show by making your own tie-dying with Sharpies! Please bring a clean white t-shirt or pillowcase. For ages 11-18. Registration is required for this program.
April 18: Recycled Carton Coin Purse, two sessions: 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Celebrate Earth Day early by “upcycling” a drink carton into a useful money holder. For ages 11-18. No registration required, but please bring your own clean carton if you can.
To register for library programs, call 508-839-4649.