Mountain Top Children’s Museum to offer fall programs |

Mountain Top Children’s Museum to offer fall programs

A child has his temperature taken before entering a Mountain Top Children's Museum summer program.
Photo from Mountain Top Children’s Museum

This fall, Mountain Top Children’s Museum plans to offer programs for elementary school children on Wednesdays when elementary schools will not be in session for in-person learning. The museum also will offer home-school support programs and after-school care programs.

This summer, the museum has offered a day camp for as many as 35 campers in the Breckenridge children’s ski meeting area and noted in an email to the Summit Daily News that the summer camp staff have diligently conducted temperature and health checks, required masks and imposed cleaning guidelines.

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