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Arts Under the Umbrella Summer Camps

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Arts Under the Umbrella Summer Camp offers Drawing & Painting, 2-D & 3-D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Performance, Woodworking, and more. Each week is unique, with projects designed to engage your child’s creativity and artistic spirit. Half-, full-, and extended-day options are available. Ages 5-12.

Arts & Rec Camp: With Concord Rec., The Umbrella Community Arts Center combines a half-day arts and half-day recreation camp, with science and nature field trips, sports, swimming, and more. Campers are grouped by age/grade. Extended-day options are available. Ages 5-12.

Ninjas in Nature adventure day camp combines skills of nature, awareness, high-energy games, crafting with natural materials, and introductory ninjutsu—art of the ancient ninja. Students learn a variety of hands-on wildcrafting, survival, and stealth skills from building fires, woodworking, and shelter-making to tracking, foraging, and camouflage. Ages 8-12.

Early-registration pricing is available!

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Longshore Sailing School

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Longshore Sailing School is a community sailing and paddling facility. LSS offers summer programming for both adults and juniors ages eight and up. In addition to the programs offered, LSS offers private instruction and rentals. Please visit the website for a schedule and more information.

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Wallis Annenberg PetSpace

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Annenberg PetSpace Kids Summer Camp offers a variety of fun and informative learning opportunities that engage your camper in learning about the human-animal bond, pet adoption, veterinary care, animal behavior, and much more.

The one-week (five-day) experience is designed for campers ages 9-12, and each daily itinerary incorporates a new theme that makes the most of the interactive environment and outdoor spaces with demonstrations, crafts, educational games, and pet encounters.

Camp is held Monday-Friday, 10am to 3pm. Visit petspacecamp.org for more information and a schedule.

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The Institute for American Indian Studies' Summer Camp

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The Institute for American Indian Studies is offering six weeks of full-day summer camp for children ages 5-12, focusing on the life-ways and lessons of Native Peoples. Join experienced educators and camp staff on a journey through one or several themes: Digging Detectives, Eating with the Seasons, Crafty Creations, Woodland Survival, Not So Primitive Technology, and Forest and River Ecology. Each week while hiking in the woods, playing games, and making friends, campers will work together to complete a group project. By doing so, campers will not only learn valuable life skills, but will also have a positive impact on future visitors, students, and campers. Have your children practice team-building skills, increase their knowledge of nature, and connect with a culture that has more than 10,000 years of history in the area!

Mill River Park Day Camp

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Mill River Park Day Camp, for kids ages 5-14, is far from traditional. With a focus on environmental education, campers can to choose from almost a dozen unique clubs ranging from sports to fashion and will make lasting memories on weekly field trips. A hot lunch and snack is included.

Mill River Park Day Camp is located in downtown Stamford and is proud to offer extended care and financial assistance options. For more details, visit the website or contact Tiffany Wilson at tiffany@millriverpark.org.

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Two By Two Childcare Acadamy

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Two By Two Childcare Academy is a fully licensed childcare center and preschool for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers ages 6 weeks through 5 years. 

Two By Two offers school holiday camps—visit the website for a schedule, and call today to register!

Also offered is a bilingual preschool program for children ages 3 and 4, incorporating S.T.E.A.M (science, technology, engineering, art, and math), yoga, and music in a modern new classroom.

The school is open year-round, and enrollment can begin and end anytime of year. Flexible scheduling is offered, including long term, short term, last minute, drop in, daily, or hourly (depending on availibility).

play:groundNYC - Camp

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<p>At play:ground NYC&#39;s summer camp, play:ground&#39;s Governors Island play lot is a blank slate, ready to be transformed into a land of your own imagining. Trained playworkers help create an environment of exploration and creativity. Young adventurers have the chance to work with tools and building materials free for use, work with fine art and handcrafting materials, have the option for daily field trips to other areas and projects on Governors Island, and practice creative collaboration and group problem solving.​ Camp runs for ten 1-week sessions.&nbsp;Multi-week and&nbsp;sibling discounts are available, and play:ground NYC is&nbsp;offering two scholarships per session which will partially reduce the fee. Following its huge success last summer, play:ground NYC is thrilled to be bringing back its &ldquo;girls only&rdquo; session at The Yard! Any campers who self-identify as female, trans, and gender non-conforming are welcome.</p>

New Pond Farm Education Center

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During five action-packed days, children ages 8-12 may become a beekeeper, a farmer, a naturalist, a vegetable gardener, a chef, an artist, a treasure hunter, or a scientist. Form friendships with residential campers from Norwalk, Bridgeport, and Danbury while eating delicious foods from the garden and dairy, swimming in the crystal clear pool, going on a camp-out, and enjoying loads of fun games and activities.

Camp runs weekly and includes daily lunch and snacks, a camp-out, craft materials, and a T-shirt. A schedule, pricing information, and more details can be found on the website.

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