Looking for a Children's Summer Camp in Westchester? This Camp Guide is your resource. If you're looking for a Westchester based sports camp, dance program, day camp, a special needs program, or other specialty camp here's a directory of kids summer programs.
Audubon Greenwich's Nature Day Camps are a great way to learn and play. The staff are highly experienced and they work hard to make every day a new adventure. The Camp Director since 2005, Lindsey DeVito, is a University of Vermont graduate and a Camp Instructor for Audubon Vermont for four years so she really knows how to prepare the camp staff to make the most of each camper's day. Learn more online or call her anytime.
Camp alternative. Not far away. Not all day, but imaginary, magical, musical “trips” – music classes that meet once or twice a week for 4, 8 or 12 weeks or match to your vacation schedule. The music curriculum that grows with your child from infancy through age 13. Live piano and guitar in each class. Five Star rating coast to coast. Mary Ann Hall has designed exquisite gems of classes for your child. Don’t miss this chance!!
The only NAEYC accredited preschool in Easton, Christ's Church Nursery School offers classes for 2's, 3's and 4's in a beautiful country setting. Program highlights include experienced certified teachers, an enhanced curriculum that includes science, music and Spanish, small class sizes, the �Handwriting Without Tears� program, and SMART board technology. Summer camp is offered in June and July and staffed with experienced early childhood teachers. The director and 4�s teacher, Lisa Farnen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Teaching.
The only NAEYC accredited preschool in Easton, Christ's Church Nursery School offers classes for 2's, 3's and 4's in a beautiful country setting. Program highlights include experienced certified teachers, an enhanced curriculum that includes science, music and Spanish, small class sizes, the “Handwriting Without Tears” program, and SMART board technology. Summer camp is offered in June and July and staffed with experienced early childhood teachers. The director and 4’s teacher, Lisa Farnen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Teaching.
Lois Baron is Interim director of The Conservative Synagogue Preschool. She brings many years of facilitating workshops for parents as well as preschool classroom experience [Learning Community Day School] to her position. She claims to have the best job in the world. Our staff is credentialed and dedicated; our parent body is caring and involved and our space is open and sunny. We place great importance on observation, collaboration, and intention. The richness of Jewish tradition is woven into the colorful fabric of our curriculum.
Earthplace, The Nature Discovery Center offers two nature-oriented programs for children. Laurie Linton, the director of Earthplace Nursery School, has been a professional educator for more than 30 years. Her commitment to the education of young children has encompassed teaching and serving as a nursery school director. The director of Earthplace Summer Camp, Becky Newman has specialized in environmental education for over 18 years, working with children from preschool through high school age. In both programs the children enjoy hiking, meeting the resident animals and studying natural science topics.
ESF Camps was founded in 1982 by brothers Michael and Bill Rouse. Each summer, the Rouses oversee three camp programs (Day Camp, Sports Camp, and Senior Camp) at Greenwich Academy for boys and girls ages 4-15. The Rouses and the ESF Team have had a profound impact on campers by building life skills through a dynamic staff, high-quality programs, premier location, time-honored traditions, and commitment to safety and fun! They work year-round to create an extraordinary camp experience each summer.
Jane Marella has been coaching toddlers to teenagers in gymnastics and cheerleading for 16 years. As director of GCA, Jane has designed a program that offers a gymnastics experience for every age and level starting at 18 months. The programming is all about fun, exercise and developing skills that will help with athleticism and confidence. Our birthday parties and summer camps offer the same experience. Jane is happy to meet all of you. Come in to see the facility and try a free class!
Intensity Club is one of a handful of pioneering clubs in the country that has adapted the program Play and Stay for 3- to 7-year-olds. This exciting play format for learning tennis is designed to bring kids into the game by utilizing modified equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring all tailored to age and size. The winter program and summer camps are directed by Mike Slattery. Mike has spent the past 10 years developing juniors in Connecticut, where he directed one of the most successful and innovative junior tennis programs in New England.
Kids In Sports was founded in 1999 by Kenny Colon and Mike Strutt. From the outset, Coach Kenny and Coach Mike have been committed to bringing the best sports program to children of all ages. Focusing on fun, sportsmanship, learning, and growth, Kids In Sports teaches the fundamentals of soccer, basketball, baseball, football, hockey, and volleyball. Utilizing small, large, and individual instruction, Kids In Sports? trained staff ensures that each and every child benefits from instruction. With classes, camps, and parties offered, there?s something for everyone.
?Out of the mouth of babes,? came the inspiration for Erica Newman to purchase a The Little Gym franchise. ?My kids went to The Little Gym in Scarsdale. Before they opened we had done several other kids programs-The Little Gym program simply blew the competition away!? Six years later my oldest daughter spends almost as much time walking on her hands as she does on her feet and the benefits of The Little Gym program continue to materialize in my children?s confidence and their coordination.?
Camp alternative. Not far away. Not all day, but imaginary, magical, musical ?trips? ? music classes that meet once or twice a week for 4, 8 or 12 weeks or match to your vacation schedule. The music curriculum that grows with your child from infancy through age 13. Live piano and guitar in each class. Five Star rating coast to coast. Mary Ann Hall has designed exquisite gems of classes for your child. Don?t miss this chance!!
Geoff McCann is the new summer camp director at the New Canaan Nature Center. During the school year he also serves at the Education Programs manager for the Nature Center. Geoff is an avid outdoorsman and brings extensive knowledge and experience of environmental education to the popular camp program for 3-15 year olds. He has 8 years of camp experience, most recently at Trailside Discovery Camp in Anchorage, Alaska. This summer, the Nature Center's resident naturalists will work on a regular weekly basis with each camper group to provide intensive and exciting activities and lessons that will captivate, inspire and dazzle your child!
Fred and Iris Tunick have been the directors of Our Victory Day Camp since its inception in 1993. They bring many years of experience in special education to the program. The Tunicks are "hands-on" directors, and are involved in every aspect of their program. Their ability to attract the most dedicated and vital staff in the field provides the opportunity to create an environment that "allows each camper to create value in their lives, regardless of their ability."
Since 1996, Stamford Twin Rinks has defined the ice skating industry and become a popular destination for the tri-state area. An extensive variety of hockey and ice skating programs for all ages and abilities are taught by master rated coaches and highly qualified instructors. Public skating sessions are offered year round with expanded schedules over the holidays. STR also offers birthday parties, ballet and dance instruction, a full-line pro shop, video arcade, two restaurants, and much more. Call for more information or visit the website.
Gwynne and Douglas Campbell opened the first Sylvan Learning Center on the East Coast in February 1985 and will soon be celebrating their 25th year as the area?s leaders in the field of supplemental education. While school can be difficult, finding the quality tutor your child needs to become a confident learner at any grade level is easy when you give Sylvan a call. Our 16 certified teachers are available weekday afternoons to provide individualized tutoring to students in grades K-12.
The Villa Maria School is a non-denominational, co-educational day school for children with learning disabilities. Our mission is to develop the full potential of students who are learning disabled by providing an education that will help children who learn differently acquire knowledge, develop skills, and increase the self-acceptance and self-esteem necessary to become responsible adults, by advocating for and promoting understanding of learning disabilities, and by working to eliminate prejudice and discrimination.
Share the excitement! Jennifer Seirup is now Director of Camp Mahackeno at the Westport Weston Family Y. A long-time member of the family, Jennifer started as a camper and has held just about every position at Mahackeno. Give your child the opportunity to start building a lifetime of Family Y memories and maybe even become part of the Family Y team. Check out the details on the website. Online registration for summer camp begins January 11th.
Master Dong-Soo Lee holds a sixth degree Black Belt in Taekwondo, a third degree Black Belt in Kumdo, and a Black Belt in Judo. He also holds a Bachelors degree in Taekwondo from Inchun University. Master Lee is a highly respected figure in Korea, having won numerous gold medals in national and international competitions and having been a member of the elite Seoul Taekwondo Demonstration Team. He has earned the International Certificate for Taekwondo refereeing and is the Head Master for World Champion Taekwondo in Westport.
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