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Last Call for Summer Camp
If those ice-bound winter camp fairs and early-bird
registration swept right by you this year, the following summer camps
still have space in some programs.
Avenue, Morrisville, has a Summer Star theater training program for
ages 7 to 12, and teens 13 to 17. Acting, speech, dance, and voice
classes will all be offered. Sessions takes place July 17 to August
11. Call 215-295-3694.
have a new full-day dance and arts camp in New Brunswick for students
ages 8 to 14. The 8-week camp begins June 26, at the studios on Albany
Street. Each day will be spent in a structured environment exploring
the arts and engaging their creativity with professional artists and
teachers. Program includes museums and theater fieldtrips. Fee
is $125 per week with a 2-week minimum enrollment. Call Kyne Franks,
732-249-1254, ext. 23.
drama classes for children ages 5 to 11, June 26 through September
1. Teen workshops in photography and pottery are offered July 17 to
28. Each children’s workshop revolves around a different theme such
as clay and sculpture, contemporary art, and Impressionism, with
to the Princeton University Art Museum. Call 609-924-8777.
at the Fonthill Museum in Doylestown for middle and high school
Archaeology camp and Art Studio Camp are among the offerings for
Fee is $150 per week. Call 215-348-9461, ext. 10.
a variety of camps for children age 2 and up. Camps are offered in
4-week sessions, June 26 to August 18; Teen Travel Camp for grades
7 to 10, has sessions beginning July 3 and 31. Call 609-883-9550.
in its famed "Tomato Patch" camp, a summer arts program taught
by working professionals, for students entering grades 5 to 8, and
grades 8 to 12. Stephan Kazakoff, an actor who also teaches in a
arts high school, has directed the program since 1991. Costs range
from $350 to $450. Call 609-586-4800, ext. 3566. Find a complete
of MCCC’s summer camps on the Web at www.mccc.edu or call
3 to 13, take place June 19 through August 12. Topics include "The
Art of Nature at Tinicum Barn," "Great Art Travelers at the
Michener," and "Summer Saturdays at the Michener." Call
215-340-9800, ext. 126.
creative drama workshop for ages 8 to 11 for 3-week sessions
July 10 and 31; cost is $30 per session. Theater games, arts and
music and dance are part of the program. Call 732-548-2884.
an 8-week summer art camp for ages 4-1/2 to 12. Beginning June 26,
there are week-long programs in printmaking, pottery, storytelling,
painting, and drawing in the classrooms surrounded by Green Acres.
Instructors include Deborah Schlette, Carrie Fanning, and Marguerite
Breen. Call 609-921-3272.
campus in North Brunswick, offers summer camp for grades K through
7. A Day at the Barn is July 5, 6, & 7 ($35 per day); Horseplay, a
camp that includes caring for horses and a trail ride, is July 10
to 14 ($285); and Farm Fun Camps is July 17 to August 4 ($185 per
week). Call 732-249-2077.
of Drew University, has a summer theater program for students age
12 to 17. Junior Corps sessions, for grades 6 to 8, are June 26 to
July 8, and July 31 to August 12 ($250 per session). The Senior Corps,
for grades 9 to 12, is July 10 to 29 ($300). Call 973-408-3806.
at Johnson Park School. Newly appointed Youth and Family Services
director Tim Kerrihard will lead the program that takes advantage
of the creek and natural surroundings. Call 609-497-YMCA.
camp for ages 8 to 12, led by French instructors Amy Forsberg and
Jacqueline Berkman. Camp is July 10 to 28, with recreational swimming,
tennis instruction, and outdoor adventure. Call Debbie Pfeffer,
offers a 4-week program in for children ages 6 to 16 to improve skills
or to enhance a passion for reading and writing. Directed by Susan
Mandel Glazer, the 4-week program takes place three mornings per
week, July 5 to July 26. Cost is $465. Placement screening is
June 10. Call 609-896-5313.
Seahawk and Princeton All-American Paul Miles, takes place June 23
to 25 at Princeton High School. Designed to develop a well-rounded
student athlete, the camp teaches fundamentals for all ages. Fee is
$200. Call 609-688-1488 or on the Web at www.miles2go.org.
company in residence at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts, has
a week-long performance workshop for grades 5 to 8, June 26 to 30.
Cost is $135. Call 732-932-9772.
a variety of summer camps for ages 4 to 15. They include Teen Travel
Camp, Gymnastic Camp, and Swim and Games Camp. Call 732-329-1150.
summer camp from June 26 to August 4, on its 22-acre farm. Camp is
offered in 2-week sessions for ages 4-1/2 to 15. An art program for
ages 11 to 15, includes batik, book-making, painting, and ceramics.
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