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Black Bear Lake Daycamp, 457 Stage Coach Road, MIllstone

Township 08510. Mark Magid, camp director. 609-259-1777; fax,

609-258-2248.

Horseback riding, fishing and canoeing in lake, swimming

in heated outdoor pool, tennis, archery, performing and fine arts,

June 22 to August 21, $1,870 for four weeks including transportation

and lunch, Mark Magid, director.

Busy Bee Nursery-Kindergarten, 364 Dutch Neck Road,

East Windsor 08520. Gloria Freedman, camp director. 609-448-3883;

fax, 609-443-3883. Home page: http://www.cedarville.com.

Cedarville Country Day Camp at 148 Cedarville Road with

sports, a media center, and swimming, for ages 3 to 13, full or

extended

days, three to five days, June 29 to August 21, summer for $1,558,

fewer weeks prorated. 609-448-3881.

Children’s Discovery Center, 4250 Route 1 North,

Monmouth

Junction 08852. 732-329-6644; fax, 732-329-3515.

Along with the theme "Lights, Camera, Action!"

will be swimming, gymnastics and karate classes with trips to

amusement

parks and museums and in-house events.

Delaware-Raritan Girl Scout Council, 108 Church Lane,

East Brunswick 08816. Dianne Donnelly, director. 732-821-9090; fax,

732-821-4211.

Oak Spring Day Camp, 141 acres on the Delaware Raritan

Canal in Franklin Township — hiking, outdoor cooking, nature,

swimming, boating, leadership skills — plus age-appropriate theme

weeks such as theater arts, native Americans, and more. For girls

ages 5 to 17, six one-week full-day sessions, from June 28 to August

14, $175 per session. Transportation available. Open to non-scouts,

too. ACA accredited.

George School, 1690 Langhorne-Newtown Road, Box 4000,

Newtown 18940. Danny Kerr, camp director. 215-968-3811; fax,

215-579-6604.

Swimming, nature study, sports and crafts for ages 6 to

13, full or extended day in three, four and seven week sessions. From

June 22 to August 7, from $950. Some transportation available.

Hamilton Township Recreation, 320 Scully Avenue,

Hamilton

08610. Kathi Purdy, recreation supervisor. 609-890-3684; fax,

609-890-3527.

Tennis, softball, baseball, golf, and theater camps at

various locations. Tennis for ages 4 and up, June 22 to August 14.

Softball for ages 8 to 15, June 22 to July 24, $45 per week, Jean

Ruppert, director; baseball for ages 8 to 12, June 22 to July 24,

John Constatino and Rich Giallella, directors. Golf at Somerton

Springs,

ages 7 and 8 to adult, all summer, $60 per week. Summer theater camp

for ages 7 to 16, $60 per week.

Harmony Schools/Princeton, 139 Village Boulevard,

Princeton

Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540. Lisa T. Forrester, executive

director.

609-799-4411; fax, 609-243-0037. E-mail: harmonypfv@web-it-show.com.

Weekly themes plus two-week specialty camps for computers

and the arts, ages 6 to 10, June 29 to September 3, $175 week to $425

for two weeks.

Ivy League Day Camp, 140 Gordon’s Corner Road, Box 735,

Manalapan 07726. Ron Leiser, camp director. 732-446-7305; fax,

732-446-5623.

Swimming, sports, camp activities, June 29 to August 22,

four three-day weeks, from $1,285 including transportation and lunch.

Jewish Community Center of the Delaware Valley, 999

Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08628-7365. Robert Frey, director. Myrna

Kimmelman,

camp director. 609-883-9550; fax, 609-883-9113. E-mail: jcctoday@.com.

Abrams Day Camp, ages three years to sixth grade, half

days or full days, extended care available, four-week minimum (need

not be consecutive). Red Cross instructional swim. Transportation

provided. Also Camp Pitzelah for ages 2 1/2 to 4 and Teen Travel Camp

for 7th to 10th grade, daily trips.

Lawrence Township School District, 2565 Princeton Pike,

Lawrenceville 08648. 609-530-8609; fax, 609-883-4225.

Three 2-week sessions at playgrounds starting June 22,

ages 4 to 12. Steven J. Groeger, director.

The Lawrenceville School, Route 206, Box 6008,

Lawrenceville

08648. 609-896-0400; fax, 609-895-2001.

ESF Summer Camps: Swimming, architecture, go-carts, video,

drama, and more, for ages 9 to 15, $550 for two weeks. Also camps

for ages 3 and up, $380 to 490 for 2 weeks, Deborah Russo, director,

609-896-0606. Coed sports camp for ages 7 to 14, $490 for two weeks.

Bill Rouse, director (609-896-0606). Also lacrosse (609-895-0282)

and field hockey (609-395-2104) for girls.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road,

Princeton

08540. Donna O’Sullivan, camp director. 609-921-7600; fax,

609-683-4410.

Home page: http://www.hun.k12.nj.us.

Summer Day Camp including golf and swimming, ages 5 1/2

to 12, June 29 to July 27, $485 to $860. Bill Long, director.

Mercer County Catholic Youth Organization, 920 South

Broad Street, Trenton 08611. 609-396-8383; fax, 609-392-8419. E-mail:

CYOMercer@aol.com.

Located on 23 wooded acres along Doctor’s Creek in

Yardville,

for ages 5-12, rising K-7th graders, in three full and extended day

three-week sessions. From June 22 to August 21, from $315/335 per

session to $850 for the whole summer. Arts and crafts, nature study,

sports, recreational games, American Red Cross swimming lessons, free

swim, field trips and more. Lunch, snack and transportation provided,

nurse on staff. Kevin Walsh, director.

Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road,

Box B, Trenton 08690. 609-586-4800; fax, 609-587-4666. E-mail:

info@mccc.edu.

Home page: http://www.mccc.edu.

Camp College — full day program with choice of six

courses and activities for ages 7 to 12, June 22 to August 20, $250

to $650. Also Institute for Arts & Science half-day workshops —

drawing, crafts, painting — for ages 7 to 16, and science

workshops

— robotics, CAD-design, chemistry, model airplanes, — all

ranging from $100 to $375 for half day. Also sea camps at Sandy Hook,

$250 per week including bus transportation. "Fantastic

Fridays,"

a trips and adventure program for ages 7 to 14, from $59. Special

trips on Monday and Tuesday, August 24 and 25. Sharon Vlasac,

director,

609-586-9446.

Mill Road Day Camp, 74 Davidsons Mill Road, North

Brunswick

08902. Burt Blittner & George Novick, directors. 732-821-9155; fax,

732-821-5196. E-mail: millrdcamp@aolcom.

Swimming, water slides, tennis, archery, go-carts, karoke,

performing arts, bumper boats, photography. For ages 3 to 16. Full

days, June 29 to August 21, two weeks for $640 including

transportation,

also short days and extended hours. ACA accredited.

Oak Crest Country Day Camp, 92 Cortelyou Lane at Route

27, Somerset 08873. 732-297-2000; fax, 732-821-5017.

For ages 3 to 15, Rob Kaplan-Sherman, director.

Lake-Vu Day Camp, 505 Riva Avenue, East Brunswick 08816.

Amy and Barry Wasserman, directors. 732-821-8933; fax, 732-821-9456.

E-mail: lakevu@mars.superlink.net. Home page:

http://www.lakevucamp.com.

Located on Farrington Lake on 20-acre campus, diverse

programs include a 4 or 8-week session, mini-day program for ages

3-5, full-day program for ages 4-15, trip programs for grades 7-10.

Hot lunch and door-to-door transportation included. Open house on

Sunday, May 3, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Plainsboro Township, 641 Plainsboro Road, Box 278,

Plainsboro

08536-0278. 609-799-0909; fax, 609-799-3194.

For Plainsboro residents only — swimming, arts and

crafts, athletics and more for pre-K through 5th grade, two-week

sessions,

full or half-days, June 22 to August 14, from $105 to $185. Held at

Upper Elementary School. Also tennis instruction for ages 4 to 14.

Barbara Baker and Stephanie Glaser, directors.

Princeton Friends School, 470 Quakerbridge Road,

Princeton

08540. Rip Pelleton, camp director. 609-683-1194; fax, 609-252-0686.

Swimming and hiking for rising kindergarteners through

8th graders, one-week full or extended-day sessions, from June 22

to August 21, $155 weekly. Emphasis on fun, friends, understanding,

and nature.

Quarry Swimming Club, Route 654 and Crusher Road, Box

311, Hopewell 08525. Nancy Gypton, camp director. 609-466-0810.

Swimming lessons plus crafts, music, games, and nature

activities for ages 4 to 10, morning sessions, June 22 to August 14,

$170 for two weeks, $90 for one week.

Princeton Recreation Department, 380 Witherspoon Street,

Princeton 08540. Ted Ernst, assistant director. 609-921-9480; fax,

609-683-1211.

For Princeton borough and township residents only —

general arts and crafts, swimming and sports for rising 1st to 6th

graders, full and extended days, June 29 to August 7. Cost $240. Also

Teen Travel Camp for rising 6th to 9th graders, June 29 to July 31,

full day-weeks and an overnight. Weeks cost from $170 to $285, minimum

of two weeks.

Rambling Pines Day Camp, Route 518, Box 3, Hopewell

08525. Roslyn Jordan, camp director. 609-466-1212; fax, 609-466-1196.

Swimming and swim instruction, soccer, softball,

basketball,

volleyball, street hockey, gymnastics, golf, mountain biking, boating,

music, dance, drama, computer, arts & crafts, woodcrafts, horseback

riding and more. Ages 3-13, four to eight weeks, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.,

extended day available, includes lunch and transportation, from $1,545

to $2,735. Mini-day or mini-camp for ages 3 and 4 from $665 to $1,150.

Teen Travel Camp for 7th to 10th graders from $2,280 to $3,780. ACA

accredited. Open house on Sunday, April 19, 1 to 3 p.m.

Robbins Nest Day Camp and Child Care Centers, 1 Lincoln

Place, North Brunswick 08902. Robbin Sweeney, director. camp director.

732-821-1515; fax, 732-398-0610.

Swim lessons and more, geared for the younger child ages

2.5 to 10, one to nine full or partial weeks, half or extended day.

From June 29 to July 28, from $100 to $210 per week.

Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Mercer County, 930

Spruce Street, Trenton 08648. 609-989-6833; fax, 609-396-9573. Home

page: http://cook-college.rutgers.edu/www/rce.htm.

Overnight 4-H Camp for grades 3 to 10, June 29 to July

4, $220. JoAnn Hoffman and Sharon Dekin Gore, directors.

Solebury School, Box 249, New Hope 18938. 215-862-5261.

Swimming, sports and creative arts for ages 4 to 12 in

six weekly full day and extended day sessions. From June 22 to July

31, $180 per week to $900 for six weeks, on Solebury’s 100 acre

campus.

Open house on Sunday, April 26, 2 to 4 p.m. Scott Eckstein, director.

South Brunswick Board of Education, 4 Executive Drive,

Box 181, Monmouth Junction 08852-0181. 732-297-7800; fax,

732-422-8054.

For South Brunswick residents only — sports, academics

and enrichment, for pre-kindergarteners to teens, from extended day

to half day to classes, one, two and three week sessions, June 29

to August 14, from $45 to $365. Science & Technology Adventure

Researchers

(STAR) Camp at Dayton School for rising fifth to eighth graders, Susan

Davis, director. Travel camp for grades 1 to 8. Call South Brunswick

Community Education, 940-2000 x 291.

West Windsor Township Recreation, Box 38, Princeton

Junction 08550-0038. Phil Brand, recreation director. 609-799-6141;

fax, 609-799-2044.

At Village and Dutch Neck schools, for ages 4-12

(pre-school

through 5th grade) — sports, arts & crafts, rocketry &

woodworking,

music, karate, entertainment, off-campus trips — four 2-week

sessions:

June 22 – July 2, July 6-17, July 20-31, August 3-14 — full day

session, to 3 p.m., $215; half day session, $135 — registered

nurses on staff, snack and juice provided.

West Windsor-Plainsboro Community Education, Village

& South Mill Road, Box 248, Princeton Junction 08550-0248.

609-716-5030;

fax, 609-716-5012.

June 22 to August 14 for K-8 — half or full day

classes

in science, music, art, theater, computers, languages and more.

Traveling

adventures for grades 3-5, Kindergarten Connection for pre-K students,

Swimmers & Swingers for grades 4-8, before/after program care.

YMCA Hopewell Valley, 425 South Main Street, Pennington

08534. 609-737-3048; fax, 609-737-8081.

Varied activities including swimming for grades K-3, June

29 to August 21, $175 to $300. Liz Buonanno, director.

YMCA Princeton, Paul Robeson Place, Princeton 08540.

609-497-9622; fax, 609-497-9031.

Discovery, adventure and sports camps for ages 3-15, in

half or extended-day sessions, from June 29 to August 28. From $165

up. Trips and special workshops also available. Discovery camps for

ages 5-10 are $165 to $210, Caroline Kneafsey, director. Afternoon

workshops in theater, dance, cheerleading, computers, and science,

$90-$120 per week. Adventure Travel Camps for ages 11 to 14, $200

to $245 per week, Jill Tremel, director. Counselors-in-Training for

ages 13 to 15, July 14 to August 1, $330, Kathy Permito, director.

Preschoolers, $90 to $200 per week, Peggy Rhoads, director. Sports

Camp for ages 5 to 13 with varied sport, $165 to $210 weekly, Tom

Canto, director. Week of June 22, $45 per day. Week of August 31,

$190-$235 per week with day-long trips.

The Y hosts a Community Festival and Lobster Bake on

Sunday,

May 17, 1 to 4 p.m., with pony rides and swimming, rain or shine.

YMCA West Windsor Family, Princeton Presbyterian Church,

Meadow Road off Clarksville Road, Princeton 08540. Kathy Permito,

camp director. 609-497-2154; fax, 609-514-1030.

Discovery, adventure, and sports camps for ages 3-15,

from June 29 to August 28. Similar to programs at YMCA Princeton.

YWCA Princeton, Paul Robeson Place, Princeton 08540.

609-497-2100; fax, 609-924-8644.

Gymnastics, swimming, crafts and more for ages 3 to 14

in full or partial-week sessions, from June 24 to August 16, half

or extended-day, $110 to $335, in Princeton and at Pennington School.

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American Lung Association of New Jersey, 29 Emmons

Drive,

Building A-1, Princeton 08540-2006. Melody Shaffer, program director.

609-452-2112; fax, 609-951-9237. Home page: http://www.lungusa.org.

Camp Superkids at YMCA Camp Ockanickon, Medford Lakes,

June 28 to July 4, for children with asthma, ages 7 to 13. Financial

aid available. Call 908-687-9340.

Bucks County Audubon Society, 6324 Upper York Road,

New Hope 18938. Bruce McNaught, camp director. 215-297-5880; fax,

215-297-0835.

At Honey Hollow Environmental Center, ecology camps,

hands-on

activities and trips. Grades K-1 Nature Adventures June 22-26, Grades

2-4 Ecology Camp August 3-8, Grades 4-6 Art & Nature Camp August

17-21,

9 a.m. to 12 noon, $75-$90. Grades 5-8 Ecology Camp July 20-24, 8:30

a.m. to 2:30 p.m., $95-$120.

Chapin School, 4101 Princeton Pike, Princeton 08540.

609-924-2449; fax, 609-924-6670. E-mail: info@hchapinschool.org.

Classic camp for grades 3 to 8 with varied program

including

computers, videography for grades 5 to 8, also sports camp and

kindercamp,

June 15 to July 3. Stephen Gingo, director.

Discover House Hands on Museum for Kids, 152 Tices Lane,

East Brunswick 08816. Brian Holton, executive director. 732-254-3770;

fax, 732-254-2193.

Summer Science for 6 to 10 year olds in one-week sessions,

morning or afternoon, June 30 to August 14, $89, fee reduction for

early enrollment by May 15. Electricity and Magnetism, Bug-Eyed,

Volcanoes,

Dinosaurs & Fossils, The Magic of Chemistry, Star Quest, Scientific

Detective Club.

Futurekids Computer Learning Center, 217 Clarksville

Road, Village Square, Lawrenceville 08648-5301. Frank Dutko, director.

Frank Dutko, camp director. 609-897-9595; fax, 609-716-9073. E-mail:

frank2000@compuserve.com. Home page: http://www.futurekids.com.

Computer Camps with weekly themes such as Junior

Entrepreneur,

Robotics, and Storybook Maker, ages 3 to 13, June 23 to August 25,

$150 to $240 per week.

Keyboard Kids International Inc., 6-10 Towne Center

Drive, North Brunswick 08902. Louise Kauders, camp director.

732-821-1400;

fax, 609-655-1621.

Enrichment camp with daily computer use for ages 3 to

6 in two full or partial week, half or extended day sessions, also

computer camp for ages 6 to 12, June 29 to August 21, from $109 to

$279.

The Lewis School, 53 Bayard Lane, Princeton 08540.

609-924-8120;

fax, 609-924-5512.

Academic and enrichment programs in the arts, foreign

language, cultural studies, computer skills, and athletics, for all

ages with dyslexia and related non-traditional learning abilities,

SAT/GRE/LSAT preparation available, Enrichment Camp, Sunshine Sports

Camp, Soccer Camp, June 29 to July 24, Marsha Gaynor Lewis, director.

Mercer Museum & Bucks County Historical Society, 84

South Pine Street, Doylestown 18901. Julia Sefton, camp director.

215-345-0210; fax, 215-230-0823. Home page:

http://www.libertynet.org/~bchs.

Historical crafts made with real tools, plus gallery

sessions

and games, for first to fifth grades, full day one-week sessions June

24 to August 16, $145. Also a hands-on environmental arts and history

camp for teens at the Fonthill Museum grounds and arboretum, July

29 and August 5, $145 per week.

New Jersey Museum of Agriculture, Route 1 and College

Farm Road, Box 7788, North Brunswick 08902-7788. 732-249-2077; fax,

732-247-1035. E-mail: agmuseum@aesop.rutgers.edu.

One-day to week-long camps in July — make candles,

grind wheat, spin wool, churn butter, and tour the museum and Cook

College, for K-6th grade, $28 to $185 plus extended care. Dee Camp,

director.

New Jersey State Museum, 205 West State Street, Box

530, Trenton 08625-0530. 609-292-6464; fax, 609-599-4098. Home page:

http://www.state.nj.us/state/museum/musidx.html.

New Jersey Pinelands Adventure — science concepts,

Native American and cultural history studies, and field trips for

ages 6 to 12, July 6 to August 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., $120 per week,

extended day available. Part of Kaleidoscope Kids Summer Academy,

609-292-6310.

Old Barracks Museum, Barrack Street, Trenton 08608.

609-396-1776; fax, 609-777-4000. Home page:

http://www.voicenet.com/-barracks.

Life in the Continental Army for ages 9 to 12, hands-on

activities, day camp from July 6 to August 7, $150.

Pennsbury Manor, 400 Pennsbury Memorial Road,

Morrisville

19067. 215-946-0400; fax, 215-295-2936.

Hands-on history study for grades 4 to 6 or 17th-century

crafts for grades 1 to 3, full-day one-week sessions, July 13 to

August

21, $65.

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association, 31 Titus

Mill Road, Pennington 08534. 609-737-3735; fax, 609-737-3075. Home

page: http://www.princetonol.com/groups/stonybrook.

Outdoor environmental education camp on 585-acre nature

preserve for rising 1st through 9th graders, one and two-week full

and extended-day sessions, July 6 to August 14, from $150 to $375.

Jeff Hoagland, education director, 609-737-7592.

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Arena Gymnastics, 745 Alexander Road, Princeton 08540.

Valdi Kolasa, camp director. 609-951-9868; fax, 609-243-9417. E-mail:

arena@castale.net. Home page: http://www.castle.net/arena.

For ages 5 to 16 from July 6 to August 28, $80 to $140

per week.

Brower Camps Inc., Lawrenceville Girls Lacrosse Camp,

Box 6998, Lawrenceville 08648. Kris Brower Schulte, head coach,

Lawrenceville

School. 609-895-0282; fax, 609-466-8231.

Lacrosse for girls in grades 7 to 12, 7:30 a.m. to 9:30

p.m., $250 for day camp including lunch and dinner; $350 for

overnight.

College of New Jersey, 2000 Pennington Road, Box 7718,

Ewing 08628-0718. Beth Modica 771-3312, camp director. 609-771-1855;

fax, 609-771-3067. Home page: http://www.tcnj.edu.

Baseball camp for ages 8 to 18, July 22-26, $75 to $405,

Rick Dell, director, 609-771-2374. Hockey for girls from August 2

to 13, $140 to $105 for one week, 609-771-2243. Soccer for ages 6

to 18, $79 to $265, 609-771-2374. Softball for ages 8 to 18, week

of June 23, $269 to $385, Deborah Simpson, director, 609-771-2223.

Cross Country, ages 12 to 18, week of August 2, $195 to $295,

director,

Steve Dolan, 609-771-2975. Cheerleading, week of July 14, $136 to

$298, 800-62-9246. Basketball for boys grades 7 to 12, July 7 to

August

25, $400, for girls, July 12 to 16, $275-$390, both available at

717-992-5523.

John Castaldo’s basketball camp for boys and girls ages 7 to 17, June

22 to August 7, $95 to $255, 609-771-2487.

Hasty Acres, 121 Laurel Avenue, Box 123, Kingston 08528.

Betty Higgins, director. 609-921-8389.

For ages 8 and up in July and August, $270 per week with

two riding sessions per day.

Ice Land, 6 Tennis Court, Mercerville 08619.

609-588-6672;

fax, 609-588-6969. Home page: http://www.ice-land.com.

Hockey camp for ages 7 to adult, June 27 to August 28,

$145 to $375 per week, all skill levels, lunch served. Frank Thompson,

director.

The Lawrenceville School, Route 206, Box 6008,

Lawrenceville

08648. 609-896-0400; fax, 609-895-2001.

Coed sports camp for ages 7 to 14, $490 for two weeks.

Bill Rouse, director (609-896-0606). Also lacrosse (609-895-0282)

and field hockey (609-395-2104) for girls. Nike Jr. Golf Camp for

ages 10 5o 18, July 12 to 31, $825, 800-645-3226.

Mercer County Community College, Nautilus Fitness

Center,

1200 Old Trenton Road, Trenton 08690. 609-586-4800; fax, 609-890-6338.

Sports day camps for soccer, tennis, basketball, baseball,

soccer/baseball, and in-line hockey, for ages 7 to 17, June 21 to

August 14, $120 to $165 per week. John Simone, director, extension

3741.

Nassau Racquet & Tennis Club, 1800 Route 206, Skillman

08558. 908-359-8730. E-mail: NassauTennis@juno.com.

Grand Slam Summer Camp with tennis, swimming, soccer,

volleyball, and arts & crafts, for ages 5 to 18 from June 22 to

September

4, $99 to $185 per week. Caesar Stewart, director.

Peddie Summer Programs, South Main Street, Peddie

School,

Hightstown 08520-1010. Jim Henry, camp director. 609-490-7547; fax,

609-490-9575.

Nike tennis and swim camps are coed for ages through 17

and can be for day as well as boarding students. Tennis weeks June

28-August 15 and swim weeks are through July 24 (800-545-3226). Nike

Basketball Camp for girls, June 28 to July 2, same number. Tri-State

Lacrosse Camp for boys ages 8 to 17, August 9 to 22, Bob Turco,

609-443-3208.

Sean Casey Basketball Skills Camp for girls and boys entering 4th

to 8th grade, week of July 6, 609-490-0450. Wrestling Day Camp, for

boys ages 10 to 17, July 6 to 10, Keith Holcombe, 609-799-5540.

The Pennington School, 112 West Delaware Avenue,

Pennington

08534. Donald M. Sykes Jr., interim headmaster. Fran Durst, camp

director.

609-737-1838; fax, 609-730-1405.

Soccer Camp, July 19 to 31, for ages 6 to 19, $125 to

$459, Leonard Lucenko, director, 610-873-3036. Baseball camp, for

ages 7 to 16, $200 to $400, June 28 to August 6, Walter Woods,

director.

908-494-1971.

Princeton University All Sports Day Camp, Dillon Gym,

Room 3, Princeton 08544. 609-258-3531; fax, 609-258-2490. E-mail:

pfeil@princeton.edu.

Tennis, aerobics, swimming, also crafts for ages 6 to

11, directed by the members of the university’s athletic department.

Full and extended days, June 30 to August 7, from $155 for one week.

Marianne Colavita, director.

Also Princeton University coaches direct sports camps

for boys and girls ages 10 to 18. Four-day camps cost from $300 to

$650 and can be for residents or commuters. Coed camps are in track

and field, cross country, ice hockey, and squash. Also girls’ and

boys’ basketball, girls’ and boys’ lacrosse, girls’ soccer, softball,

and field hockey, and boys’ football and baseball. Call 609-258-3369.

Rider University, 2083 Lawrenceville Road,

Lawrenceville

08648. 609-896-5000; fax, 609-895-5681. Home page:

http://www.rider.edu.

Net Result Basketball School, for boys in grades 5 to

12, July 19 to 30, $210 to $310, Don Harnum, director, 609-896-5076.

Rising Star Basketball School, August 2 to 9, $199 to $350, Eldon

Price, director, 609-896-5383. Field hockey, August 2 to 21, $75 to

$195, Laura Darling, director, 609-778-2077. Baker Soccer Academy

for girls and women, July 26 to 30, Kelly Sack Baker, director,

896-5359.

Soccer Excellence, July 26 to August 6, $274 to $425, Russ Fager,

director, 609-896-5319. Competitive Swim Camp, June 22, $95 for half

day, Rich Coppola, director, 609-896-5024.

Rutgers, Old Queens Building, New Brunswick 08903.

732-932-1766;

fax, 732-932-8060. Home page: http://rutgers.edu.

Sports camps include basketball, the C.Vivian Stringer

camp for ages 8 to 18 from June 21 to June 27, $270 to $370, Larry

Lawler, director, 732-445-4251. Or the Kevin Bannon camp for ages

7 to 17, the weeks of July 5 and July 26, 732-445-4291. Softball for

ages 10 to 18, the week of June 28, for $250 to $360, Pat Willis,

director, 732-445-4234. Scarlet Tennis Academy for ages 6 to adult,

$90 to $525, Mickey Cook and Marian Rosenwasser, directors,

732-445-3553.

Schafer School of Gymnastics, 1880 Princeton Avenue,

Lawrenceville 08648. 609-393-5855; fax, 609-394-1946.

Gymnastics camp for ages 3 to 16, June 22 to September

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Carnegie Family Center, 201 Carnegie Drive, Princeton

08543-3010. 609-520-9113; fax, 609-951-9356. E-mail:

frc201@aol.com.

Varied program for infants through six-year-olds, from

$133 to $956 monthly, June 29-August 21.

Happy World Day Care Center & Pre-School Inc., 104

Windsor

Center Drive, East Windsor 08520. Mary Ann Voegeli, child care

director.

Tom Mladenetz, camp director. 609-448-4333; fax, 609-443-1633.

Camp Discovery: for infants to 7 years, June 22 to August

28, $170 per week.

Lakeview Child Centers, 707 Alexander Road, Princeton

08540. 609-987-5007; fax, 609-987-5001. Also locations at Quakerbridge

Plaza and Hamilton Health Place in Hamilton Square, and Horizon Center

in Robbinsville.

Summer programs for infants through age 6.

The Little Gym, 217 Clarksville Road, Village Square

Shopping Center, Lawrenceville 08648. Robert Greenburg, owner.

609-799-7776;

fax, 609-799-1066.

Anytime Summertime Kids Camp: Diversified program with

gymnastics, karate, sports skills, arts and crafts for ages 3 to 8,

June 22 to August 21, $60-$90.

West Windsor Day School, 173 North Post Road,

Lawrenceville

08648. 609-275-9379.

For through six years old, July 1 to August 30, early

childhood program, $400 month for kindergarten to $575 for toddlers.

Jill Ryan, director.


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