For the first time in the city's history, the Agoura Hills' Department of Parks & Recreation is holding its summer Rec Club at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site and Park.
"We were brainstorming about summer camp, and we all thought, 'How cool would it be to use the adobe for the whole summer,'" said Zach Miller, recreation manager.
The camp will be held both on the barn side of the museum as well as on the park grounds, Miller said.
In the past, the camp was held in portable classrooms on the Sumac Elementary campus, but this year, Miller thought the adobe provided a chance for local kids to get in touch with Agoura's historical roots.
Beginning June 17, the camp–for kids ages 5-10–will offer themed weeks such as "Back in Time" (tortilla-making, Adobe tours, Chumash creations), "Nature Gone Wild" (animal visit, hike/nature walk, native plants/animals) and "Mysteries & Riddles" (with a mystery to solve each day).
The camp is $66 for 3 days/week; $47 for 2 days/week or $25/day.
Miller urges residents to register now, as spaces are limited.
For more information and to download the city's summer guide, click here.