Many local venues are already planning for the summer season.
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – With Easter, the next big event could be the end of the school year and the start of the summer vacation.
While we all know that last year’s events have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year there are signs that we are slowly returning to near-normal conditions.
Some parents will be happy to know that some of the usual summer camps have already been prepared.
At the Corpus Christi Science and History Museum, people set the stage for what they believe is a safe way to get kids, young and old, to enjoy their free time.
Same goes for the South Texas Art Museum, USS Lexington, Texas State Aquarium, and the City of Corpus Christi Park and Recreation Division.
Lisa Oliver, interim assistant director at City Parks and Rec, said she had been working on the city’s summer programming for some time in anticipation of a return to the “new normal”.
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