Check out this list of 2013 summer camps and classes in the Tarrant County area.
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- Paid advertising: 2013 summer camps and classes
- Classes 4 Kids
Art, dance, gymnastics and swimming classes for kids!
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Free ongoing family activities in Dallas/Fort Worth
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Where to go to get free -- or nearly free -- kids meals in Dallas/Fort Worth
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