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Winter Day Camp: Feb 21
Challenger Learning Center’s Camp Challenger strives to ensure campers have fun in a safe and educational atmosphere.
February 21, 2022: Science Solutions In celebration of Black History Month (February) and Women’s History Month (March), campers will explore and test the inventions, engineering marvels, and innovations of Black and female scientists throughout history. Throughout the day, campers will explore the fields of physics, space science, chemistry, mathematics, medicine, biology and robotics through the marvels and efforts of these amazing American scientists. Challenger Camps include STEAMView more
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At the Challenger Learning Center, campers are guaranteed focused attention with a ratio of at least one educator for every eight children.
200 S. Duval St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
The Kleman Parking Garage is the closest public parking garage to the Challenger Learning Center (CLC). It is adjacent to the CLC on Kleman Plaza. Entrances to the Kleman Parking Garage are located on South Duval and South Bronough Streets. The rates are follows:
- 0-2 Hours: $2.00
- 2-3 Hours: $2.50
- 3-4 Hours: $3.00
- 4-5 Hours: $3.50
- 5-6 Hours: $4.00
- 6-7 Hours: $4.50
- 7-8 Hours: $5.00
- 8+ Hours: $6.00
- After 6:00 P.M.: $1.00
- Weekends all day:$1.00
Additional parking is available at metered street spots and other public lots located throughout downtown Tallahassee.
Buses: Buses should pull into the bus ramp on College Ave. Enter the bus ramp by traveling South on Bronough St. and turning left onto College Ave. The bus ramp will be on the immediate right. The bus ramp is for drop off and pick up only. Parking is available at the Leon County Civic Center (free for Leon County Schools; $35 for all other buses), the Governor’s Square Mall, or in the free parking lot at the corner of Gaines Street and Duval Street.
The Challenger Learning Center requires all children K-8th Grade, attending a Camp Challenger program to wear face masks. Parents may opt out of this mandatory mask mandate by completing an “opt out” form at the sign-in desk the day of the program. Medical documentation is not required to opt out.