CHICAGO (WLS) -- For most, the two weeks surrounding Christmas and New Year's are filled with fun and family.
But many parents know, by the time the break from school nears an end, finding new ways to entertain the kids can be a challenge.
In this morning's Eyewitness to History Report, we go back to 1984 when some lucky kids attended a camp that was so cutting edge, it was held at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Eyewitness to History: 1984 Christmas Break Computer Camp
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