Break Out Into Fun

Students spring out of school next week

Posted: March 17, 2017 at 1 a.m.

File Photo/JASON IVESTER Daniel basks in the sun in his enclosure March 1 at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge in Eureka Springs. Daniel was one of the 28 big cats rescued last year from a failing zoo in Colorado.

Keeping kids entertained during spring break can be a real headache -- until you look around Northwest Arkansas and realize that a wide variety of activities exist for kids of all ages and all interests. Sports, arts and crafts, theater -- we've got you covered in our spring break guide.

Loukas Gowthrop and Gabriella Zelaya work on creating mosaic flower pots during last year’s spring break camp at the Community Creative Center in Faye...

File Photo/MICHAEL WOODS Art teacher Teresa Chard works with Rosa Clark, from left, Briawna Farquharson and Opal Clark during a clay class for kids at...

File Photo/JASON IVESTER Fayetteville Public Library’s Lego Club is a spring break option for building-minded kids.

File Photo/ANDY SHUPE Campers Phoenix Robinson, left, and Henley Smith work on their hand-to-hand mock fighting skills during Kapow! Stage Combat Camp...

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