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How to Apply for a Scholarship to Attend Break Days


The quality and safety of Kid City in a modified version of Break Days! 

Break Days are for students in grades K through 6, and take place from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on scheduled days.

Campers engage in outdoor play and other camp activities on site at the Allison-Jukebox Community Center, 351 S. Washington St. in Bloomington (near the Bloomington Police Department and The Waldron, Hill and Buskirk Park.) 

Kid City follows CDC guidelines for child care while providing fun and social interactions (at an appropriate distance.) Campers stay in small groups called "pods" and are divided by family instead of age to keep social circles as small as possible.

Kid City is dedicated to serving youth and families in our community by offering opportunities for recreation and social engagement to youth!

Lunch and snacks are not provided.

A $5 late fee is applied to registrations received after the registration deadline as space allows. Cancellations incur a $5 administrative fee, and must be requested prior to the registration deadline.

Scholarships are available to assist with Break Days registration fees. Scholarship applications are available here. The deadline to apply for Break Days scholarships is one week prior to the registration deadline. Proof of income and Monroe County residency is required. For more information about applying for a scholarship, call 812.349.3702.

Break Days are inclusive, serving camp-ready children with and without disabilities. Reasonable accommodation requests must be made at least two weeks prior to the registration deadline. Request reasonable accommodations and learn about inclusion-specific programming.

For more information about Break Days, contact Amy Shrake at 812.349.3747 or


Register for 2021 Kid City Break Days

2021 Kid City Break Days
Break Day Code In-city Fee Out-of-city Fee Registration and payment due by 5 p.m.
March 15-19
145101-A $200 $210 3/8