The Ultimate Guide to Summer Camp 2018
Ultimate Guide to Summer 2018
Breezemont Day Camp
Breezemont Day Camp promises your child an experience that will last a lifetime!
A DAY CAMP WRAPPED UP IN A SLEEP AWAY CAMP FACILITY
Located on an expansive 18-acre property, Breezemont is nestled in its natural surroundings. Our campus maintains large green fields, towering trees, and a beautiful lake, which is a unique feature for a day camp. Complete with state of the art facilities, Breezemont preserves the appearance of an overnight camp, while implementing a creatively robust day camp schedule.
CREATIVE PROGRAM LEVERAGING OUR SITE AND TAILORED TO EACH AGE GROUP
Our exciting program includes a variety of sports, arts, and aquatics activities, specifically designed to be age-appropriate for each group of campers. At Breezemont we are dedicated to finding the deeper intrinsic value of activities, and promise to enrich your child’s experience at day camp. Our campers navigate their day by learning new skills, taking healthy risks, and accomplishing meaningful goals, all while developing their curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking.
A MATURE AND HIGHLY TRAINED STAFF
Our experienced, mature, and caring staff are highly trained by child development professionals and camping experts. Counselors help facilitate connections and meaningful friendships between campers, and promise that each child will feel included and accepted in their group. We maintain an age appropriate counselor to camper ratio in all groups.
Breezemont, 62 Cox Avenue in Armonk
A sleepaway summer camp for boys in Morris, CT
Camp Awosting is a traditional sleepaway camp for boys ages 6-16 on Bantam Lake in Connecticut run by the Ebner family for over 60 years. They offer 2, 4, 6 and 8 week sessions!
Life at Awosting is informal and friendly. What else would you expect from a family which has been raised at summer camp? Campers stay in cabins with boys their own age. Two counselors live in each cabin with the campers. All of the cabins are wood sided, carpeted and have toilets and sinks. Campers shower in one of the central and private shower houses.
Over thirty activity areas are spread out on the nearly 20 acre campus and campers will try everything. This includes swimming, canoeing, sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, and riding go-karts. There is also have a climbing tower and zip line, martial arts, fencing, photography, video production, ceramics, drama and a woodshop where you can make just about anything. And don’t forget about basketball, baseball, soccer volleyball, football, lacrosse, rugby, cricket and track & field.
Meals are kid-friendly, nutritious and family style in Awosting’s spacious dining hall. Counselors dine with and supervise the campers at each meal. In addition, there are special theme buffet dinners throughout the summer, many with their sister camp, Chinqueka.
Camp Awosting, 296 West Street in Morris, CT
Whitby School Summer Program
Early Childhood Program 18mo – 5Y
Sessions run weeks of June 26, July 3 (four day week), July 10, July 17 and July 24. You must choose to participate in a 3, 4 or 5 week session. Programs are designed for children 18 months through 5 years.
Half day session runs 9:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
Three week session: $1,260
Four week session: $1,750
Five week session: $2,160
Enrichment Program 6-11Y
This is not the average run-of-the-mill summer program that uses high school students as instructors and counselors. At Whitby, children ages 6-11 will spend the summer with professional and experienced instructors including high school coaches, former world champions and a Chess GrandMaster. One week sessions run June 26, July 10, July 17, July 24. Programs are designed for children 6-11 years old. Children will be divided into groups with age-like peers (6-8 years, and 9-11 years)
Half day session: 9:00 a.m. – 11:55 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Full day session: 9:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
One week of half day sessions: $325
One week of full day sessions: $550
Whitby School, 969 Lake Ave in Greenwich
Catch up, Get Ahead, or Try Something New!
Summers at Fusion Academy Greenwich are a great opportunity to brush up, get ahead, or try something new. Take advantage of our 400+ course offerings in a one-to- one environment where our passionate teachers really know their students. Imagine a classroom with just one student and one teacher where compassion, creativity, and flexibility steers the method of teaching to each student’s strengths and challenges.
Fusion Academy’s flexible scheduling allows students to continue to enjoy their summer while experiencing a completely individualized and customized academic and enrichment experience. High School students can recover credits or earn new transferable academic credit in a specific area of interest through our Class for Credit program. Middle and High School students can use Tutoring and Mentoring Packages for ACT or SAT test prep, school assigned summer work help, or even for some fun in our state of the art Recording and Music Studio, Art Studio, and fully equipped laboratory.
Don’t let summer regression get in the way of your child’s success, schedule a tour today and see what Fusion has in store for your family!
Fusion Academy, 66 Gatehouse Road in Stamford
King School Summer Institute: Your Summer. Your Vision.
Make this summer a time for discovering new skills while having loads of fun. Register your son or daughter today for Summer Institute (SI) at King School’s 34-acre North Stamford campus.
Attracting Kindergarten – Grade 12 CT and NY students from over 40 different schools, SI runs June 18 – August 3 and offers Academics, Arts, and Sports programs. Children entering Kindergarten – Grade 6 can experience SI’s Fun Camp.
Middle and high school classes allow students to pursue their academic passions and accelerate their progress in the next academic year. Courses are one, three or six weeks, with six week courses awarding academic credit.
King’s outstanding Faculty and Coaches and the small class size ensures that each student is challenged and receives the kind of personalized attention King delivers year round. The most popular classes are in Math, Science, Art, English, and Global Studies. Many students take academic courses plus a sports or performing arts session. Students train with top coaches to enhance their skills in field hockey, basketball, volleyball, baseball, and more. Performing arts offerings include public speaking, piano, singing, dance, and more.
Fun Camp, offered for 1 week sessions or the full 6 weeks, combines daily field trips, sports, and themed-week activities. A parent from last summer’s program exclaims, “Fun Camp provided a safe, enriching summer experience for my son. It provided a wonderful balance of sports and learning activities to keep his interest engaged. Looking forward to another summer at King!”
King School, 1450 Newfield Avenue in Stamford
Dates: June 25th-August 17th (2 to 8 week sessions)
Ages: 3-14 yo
A day camp with the away camp atmosphere. 3 heated swimming pools, sports, arts, go-karts, ropes courses, archery and more! Since 1957, for three generations, the Bloom family has been dedicated to excellence in day camping. Providing every child with a safe, warm, nurturing, fun and instructional summer has always been their mission. Playland is an all-around day camp with a mature staff on a beautiful 18 acre campus in New Canaan.
Door-to-door bus transportation from Greenwich. 18 acre campus in New Canaan
Camp Playland, 802 Ponus Ridge in New Canaan
Action Arts Summer Camp
Fun camp run by owners Rick & Jacqui Zimmerman. Camp is held inside in safe, air conditioned buildings with lunch and breaks outside on our patio. Half or full day of camp available. Each week is different so campers can do one to nine weeks. Ages 4&1/2-12. Choice of Art, Lego, Karate, or Combine for full day. Excellent adult supervision. Space is limited so register early. Early drop off and late pick up available.
Action Arts Studio, 242 Sound Beach Ave
203 637 2685
Audubon Summer Nature Day Camp
JUNE 25 – AUGUST 17
Camp Hours: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Extended Care: Late Pick-up Available from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. ($50 per week)
Cost per Week
Grades K-5 • $400 members; $435 non-members
Grades 6-9 • $450 members; $485 non-members
Session 1: Creature Super Powers ǀ June 25 – 29
Session 2: Scales & Slime ǀ July 2, 3, 5, & 6
Session 3: Critter Scene Investigation ǀ July 9 – 13
Session 4: Masters of Flight ǀ July 16 – 20
Session 5: Color War! ǀ July 23 – 27
Session 6: Aquatic Adventures ǀ July 30 – August 3
Session 7: Backwoods Explorers ǀ August 6 – 10
Session 8: Twilight Investigations ǀ August 13 – 17 (Hours: Mon-Wed: 3:30 – 9:30 p.m. / Thursday: 3 p.m. to 9:30 a.m. on Friday.)
New Specialty Camps for Grades 6-11: Our Specialty Camps offer exciting opportunities for middle and high schoolers to engage with the natural world through mediums they identify with such as art, photography, digital animation, and real-world, hands-on learning. These new offerings challenge campers to create and craft using tools and skills ranging from cutting-edge digital to wilderness survival.
Early-Bird Discount! Save 10% buy registering before February 11
Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Road
Bartlett Arboretum & Gardens
Discover a new theme each week, which is tied to the plants and animals that live at the Arboretum. We’ll roam the Bartlett’s grounds from swamp to forest to greenhouse. Along the way we will create art, complete hands-on investigations indoors and out, have lots of time to play, and enjoy nature together!
Complete nature immersion experiences for youth from June 25 – August 17.
Hours: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Preregistration required *EARLY BIRD PRICING! Up to 25% OFF
Snack provided, however children are responsible for their own nut-free lunch. Children should dress appropriately for weather.
151 Brookdale Road, Stamford
Boys and Girls Club of Greenwich
June 25 – August 24 7:30am – 4:30pm
CAMP SIMMONS | 744 Lake Avenue | Ages 6-12 Exciting outdoor adventures! Endless enjoyment on 77 acres of pure wilderness. Archery, canoeing, athletics, nature programs, arts & crafts, swimming and special events!
CLUBHOUSE CAMP | 4 Horseneck Lane | Ages 6-12 Great indoor fun! Air-conditioned, multi-sport annex! Indoor/outdoor sports, arts & crafts, hands-on technology activities, swimming, game room and special events!
TEEN CAMP | 4 Horseneck Lane | Ages 13-15 A special place just for teens! Field trips, beach visits, athletics, arts & crafts, swimming, nature walks and special events!
All programs are $150 per week, per child. Each child must be a current member of the Club. *Note: Closed July 4. Short week of July 2-6 is $120 per child. BGCG membership is $50/year for Greenwich residents and $150/year for non-Greenwich residents who work in Greenwich.
Please visit BGCG.ORG/CAMPS for more information 203.869.3224
Camp Simmons, Clubhouse
Bridges Summer Session
This program with three two-week sessions is designed for threes and fours. We will group children by gender, age and sibling schedules. Program includes: Extended Art Activities, Outdoor Sculpture, Collage, Woodworking, Outdoor Activities, and Water Play. Science and Art activities are planned in conjunction with the Bruce Museum.
Fours: Monday -Friday 8:45-12:45 am
Threes: Monday -Friday 8:30-12:30 am
296 Valley Road, Cos Cob
203-637-0204 for registration form
The Bruce Museum Seaside Center at Greenwich Point Park educates visitors about the ecology of Long Island Sound. Live-animal marine tanks, seashore dioramas, and free, drop-in activities for all ages. Tues. – Sun 11am – 5pm. Custom environmental programs available for groups.
Greenwich Point Park, Seaside Center, Old Greenwich
203-413-6756 Cynthia Ehlinger
Outdoor program geared towards boys! Boating, swimming, archery, nature, Scout skills, climbing, fishing & more for Boys, Grades 2-8. Camp hours are Monday – Thursday 9AM-4PM, Friday 9AM-3PM
363 Riversville Rd, Greenwich
Camp Dates: June 18th – August 31st
Camps are available in half-day (3-6 years) and full-day options (5-18 years)
Chelsea Piers Summer Sports Camps offer full and half-day camps for kids ages 3 to 18 in a wide variety of sports from June 19 – September 1. Camps focus on an active curriculum and are run by expert instructors, including NCAA All-Americans, professional athletes and decorated coaches. Their state-of-the-art, air-conditioned facilities span over 465,000 sq.-ft., providing a dynamic camp environment for athletes of all levels. Register online for Summer Camp, or call 203.989.1100. Sign up by April 28, 2017 and receive an Early Bird discount.
Chelsea Piers, One Blachley Road in Stamford
Summer Camp Weeks (4 – 7 YRS) • Jun 11, 2018 – Aug 31, 2018
Price: $299 per Week
MORNING SESSION 9:00AM-12:00PM
Each morning includes a dance class, art projects/crafts, a mid morning snack break, storytelling with dance and special activities that relate to the theme of the week.
PRE-TAP LUNCH EXTENSION (Optional) 12:00PM-1:30PM
Price: $149.00 Per Week
Created for children ages 4 and up, dancers enjoy having lunch together before taking a 45 minute Pre-Tap class. Please pack your child a nut free lunch in a labeled lunch box with ice pack. We provide the tap shoes for class, but we kindly ask that you send along a pair of ankle socks for your child to wear with our tap shoes.Space is very limited. We recommend that you register early.
36 Sherwood Place, Greenwich
ESF Summer Camps
Co-ed ages 3 – 17
1-9 Week Options, June 18 – August 17, 2018
Mon – Fri, 9am – 3pm, extended day options
Greenwich Academy, 200 N Maple Avenue
Eagle Hill School Summer Program
8 a.m.-1 p.m. (Academic Program), 1-3:30 p.m. (Afternoon Activities Program)
Academic Program and Afternoon Activities for Students Ages 5-14. Monday-Friday, July 2-27, 2018
The Summer Programs at Eagle Hill School are educational extensions of the philosophy and strategies for learning that are employed in our regular program. Learning is multi-sensory, students are grouped according to skills rather than grade level, and there is a specific focus on finding innovative methods to encourage learning.
45 Glenville Road, Greenwich
Filmmakers Ink offers a University film school experience in a summer camp setting. The Filmmakers Ink programs offer courses that train young filmmakers at three different levels and are designed to grow with their expanding knowledge of filmmaking. Guided by our staff of film professionals, our young filmmakers learn by doing as they develop the key creative and technical skills required for exceptional filmmaking. Click on the course title for full details:
INTENSIVE Filmmaking/Acting Ages 11 – 15
SPECIAL FX FILMMAKING Ages 8 – 10
Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center, Glenville
413-320-6071 Patrick McCullough
First Church Preschool Summer Program
June 19th – July 28th
At the Summer Program at First Church Preschool, kids ages 3 – 5 will have a blast! Our nurturing, experienced, professional staff will prepare a variety of arts & crafts, water play, sports, music, nature exploration, science experimentation and discovery, and playground time activities. We provide a snack; Preschool Program participants bring a lunch from home. Sign up for any single week of our six-week program, or, come all six weeks if you like! One registration form must be completed for each child to be enrolled.
The Summer program is appropriate for children who have not yet started kindergarten, and who will turn 3 years of age by 12/31/17 AND ARE TOILET TRAINED.
First Congregational Church, 108 Sound Beach Ave., Old Greenwich
First Presbyterian Church Nursery School Summer Camp
Are you looking for an exciting place for your child that fits your summer schedule? Enroll in CAMP PRESBY where we make learning fun! Eight exciting weeks, integrating outdoor play, creative arts, nature and literature. Taught by our First Presby teachers. Available to children ages 2.5 through Kindergarten.
June 4 – July 26, 2018
9:00 AM – NOON
Incoming Fours, Kindergartners
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
(bring a home-packed lunch)
$375 PER WEEKLY SESSION
One: Under the Big Top: June 4-7
Two: Animal Kingdom: June 11-14
Three: By the Seashore: June 18-21
Four: Calling All Wizards: June 25-28
Five: Red, White, and Blue: July 2, 3, 5 (short week $280)
Six: Summer Olympics: July 9-12
Seven: Pirates Adventure: July 16-19
Eight: Camp Out at Camp Presby: July 23-26
First Presbyterian Church Nursery School, 37 Lafayette Place
Camp Gan Israel of Greenwich
June 25 – August 9
If you are looking for a wonderful, loving, and fabulous day camp, you have come to the right place! Camp Gan Israel has been providing a unique Jewish summer camp experience to our campers and families since 1997. The relationships that our campers form with their counselors provide the foundation for the Camp Gan experience for which we are known. We focus on creating a nurturing and supportive environment where every child feels a sense of belonging. Ages 2-14. Speciality sports, theater and more available.
Camp Gan Israel of Greenwich, 270 Lake Avenue
Grand Slam Tennis Club
Kids Love Grand Slam Tennis Club! Sign Up Now for Summer Tennis Programs
Weekly, Daily, Half-Day Program Options; Beginners to Tournament Level
Grand Slam Tennis Club
Ivan Lendl Tennis Center
Green Moon Art Playgroups
Green Moon Art Playgroups embraces a unique early childhood education philosophy — learning through art — an at home program for children ages 18 months through 4 years. Our curriculum of process art is designed and influenced by esteemed process-oriented teaching philosophies. Essentially, the means are more important than the ends.
June & July: (6.18 – 7.27)
Mondays & Wednesdays
Greenwich Academy Summer Program
Summer at Greenwich Academy is full of opportunities to learn, discover, and create. During the month of June, girls and boys in grades Pre-K through 12 have access to almost every inch of GA’s 39-acre campus, including athletics fields and gymnasiums, computer labs, classrooms, and gardens.
Greenwich Academy Summer Enrichment Program offers a variety of classes including science, chess, cooking, drama, and more. Half-day or full-day sessions.
Greenwich Academy Athletic Program offers camps run by GA coaches. Sessions include field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, squash, and volleyball. Open to girls and boys, all ages.
**New** Debate Camp teaches parliamentary debate, public speaking, and global awareness to students in grades 5 through 11. The program is for all ability levels, from reluctant speaker to accomplished debater.
Greenwich Academy Summer Language Institute offers full immersion into Spanish, French, and Chinese language and culture. For grades 5 through 8, beginner to intermediate.
Greenwich Academy Creative Writing Institute for middle school students is designed to strengthen skills and nurture a passion for writing.
Upperline Code brings top coding programs for 7th to 12th graders. The two-week Intro to Software Engineering teaches fundamentals of web development.
**New** The Greenwich Conservatory of Classical Ballet offers top dance training in ballet, contemporary/jazz, and more. K-12. Camp runs for 8 consecutive weeks.
Greenwich Country Day School Summer Camp
5 weeks of summer fun! June 25 – July 27. Co-ed summer camp for Ages 3 – 13
Ages 6 – 13
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Upper Camp is designed to give children a unique camp experience through a variety of stimulating activities and field trips, as well as the new Makerspace Lab, Robotics, and Music Technology programs. New for 2018: New swim program on stroke progression led by our WSI certified waterfront director and lifeguard staff.
Ages 4 – 5
9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Lower Camp includes swimming, music, art, sports, Storybook Theater, and new activities including Science Lab, Tech Deck, and Dance & Yoga!
For 3 Year Olds
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
A morning of exploration, play, group activities, and a chance to make friends all in a safe and engaging environment.
401 Old Church Road, Greenwich
Greenwich Dance Studio
GDS EXPERIENCE (Level I – 3rd & 4th Graders)
We are so excited to announce our second summer of the Experience program for ages 8+
Reserve your Dates:
Session 1: June 18 – June 29
Session 2: July 2 – July 13
Session 3: July 16 – July 27
Each session runs for 2 weeks, you may add on additional weeks if desired.
Monday-Friday 1:00 – 3:30pm
One Ballet Class and One Jazz, Theater, or Hip Hop Class
Each day will be a fun combination of warm up conditioning, technique, across the floor, and new choreography!
(Level II & III – 5th Graders and above)
Reserve your Dates:
Session 1: June 18 – June 29
Session 2: July 2 – July 13
Session 3: July 16 – July 27
Each session runs for 2 weeks, you may add on additional weeks if desired
Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, and Hip Hop
(Level III & IV – 8th Graders and above)
Reserve your Dates:
Session 1: June 18 – July 6 (3 weeks)
Session 2: July 10 – July 27 (3 weeks)
Greenwich Dept of Parks and Recreation Summer Camps
Rec Division Tel (203) 618-7649 Email: Recreation@GreenwichCT.org
For more information or to get a registration form for any Recreation program, click here and then click on “recreation programs.”
Online registration is available at www.GreenwichCT.org/webtrac
• Kamp Kairphree
Co-ed for children ages 5-12
Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm
Kamp Kairphree operates out of the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. Campers rotate between the EGCC and two locations at Greenwich Point Beach. Campers go to island Beach by ferry on Wednesdays. Regular activities include arts & crafts, sports, canoeing, board games. One special event will be scheduled per session. Twelve pre-selected bus stops throughout Greenwich are available for pick up and drop off at no extra charge.
Program begins June 25.
Four two-week sessions
Fees: Early bird (through May 31) $290 per session
After June 1, fees rise to $315 per child per session
(second child discount is $20)
For more information call (203) 637-4583
• Greenwich Adventurers
Co-ed program for ages 8-15
Organized by age and interest, program includes on-site activities, one off-site field trip a week, and local beach days each week. This program caters to older elementary students, pre-teens, and early teens.
Two Sessions: June 26 – July 20 & July 23 – Aug 10
Monday – Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm
On site location: Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center
Participants receive busing for all off-site trips & local beach day trips
Fees: Early bird (through May 31)
Session I: $410 (After June 1 Session I is $445)
Session II: $375 *second child discount $20
Fees include busing and trips.
For more information call (203) 618-7649
Registration begins April 1, 2018
• Summer Swim Lessons
For ages 4 and up at the new Byram Pool
Monday to Thursday, Rain date Fridays
Times: 9:30am, 10:05am, 10:40am, 11:15am
8 lessons of 30 minutes
Fees: $115 per session
I: July 9-19
II: July 23 – Aug 2
III: August 6 – August 16
• Music & Art Camp
Location: Greenwich Public Schools
Dates: Monday, June 25-Friday, July 27
Children entering grades 4 through 8, with at least one year of study with an instrument. Beginner Band option NOW AVAILABLE! Instruction is supplemented with play time for games and other fun activities!
Monday – Friday 9:00am to 12:00 pm
Children entering grades 4 through 8
Monday through Friday, only those enrolled in morning music may enroll in afternoon art. The art curriculum includes pen and ink, watercolors,oils, linoleum block, paper maché, etc… No experience necessary
Morning Session: 9:00am to 12:00 pm
Afternoon Session: 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Fees: Early bird (through May 31) $270 per session
After June 1 fees rise to $300 per child per session
* Second child discount $20
Non resident fee: $325
For more information call (203) 618-7649
Registration begins April 1
• Skatepark Ramp Camp
Half day camp for skateboarders ages 6-14
Times: 9:00am to 12:00 pm
June 25-28, July 9-12, 16-19, Aug 13-16, 20-23
Monday-Thursday: Rain date Fridays
Fees: $199 per week
• Skatepark Pee Wee Clinics
For skateboarders ges 6-10
Monday – Thursday, Rain date Fridays
Times: 6:30pm to 7:30pm
July 23-26, July 30-Aug 2, Aug 6-9
Fees: $95 per week
• Summer Soccer
Co-ed soccer camp for ages 4-12
Ages 4-5 9:00am to 11:00am, Fee $120
Ages 6-12, 9:00am to 12:00pm, Fee $145
Two weekly sessions available:
I: Monday July 23-Friday July 27
II: Monday, July 30 to Friday, Aug 3
Location: Loughlin Ave field
Greenwich Historical Society History and Art Camp
In honor of our brand-new campus, summer camp will have a brand-new theme. The Greenwich Historical Society’s Historic Innovation Camp uses the National Historic Landmark Bush-Holley House and its staff, collections and archives to offer second- through eighth-graders a highly interactive summer experience with a wide variety of activities. Throughout its history, Greenwich has been home to many creators and inventors, from artists and builders to tech geniuses. This summer we explore some of the globally influential ideas that were hatched here in our hometown. Find out how Colonial farmers used simple mechanics in their everyday lives and how engineers in the 19th century revolutionized transportation.
Campers will also learn about the Cos Cob art colony and Bush-Holley House, where innovators in painting, ceramics, theater production and writing gathered.
As campers discover the work of Greenwich’s innovators, they will have the opportunity to try out experiments from the past while developing their own ideas using current technologies.
Senior Innovators: Grades 5–8 July 9–13, 2018
Junior Innovators: Grades 2–4 July 16–20, 2018
Camp hours for both sessions are 9:30 am–2:30 pm
Early Bird Rate until April 1, 2018 (Includes $50 Family Membership): $400 per week
39 Strickland Road, Cos Cob
Greenwich Racquet Club Tennis Sports Camp
The Greenwich Racquet Club offers both a tennis only camp and a tennis sports camp. The tennis sports camp is primarily tennis, but also includes indoor soccer and basketball. Students are placed according to age and skill set, using the correct court size, balls, and racquets. Fun drills and games are implemented to develop proper technique. footwork, and ball control. This popular camp program runs in weekly sessions,
8 & Under 9am – 12pm
10 & Under 9am – 1pm
12 & Under 9am – 1pm
Air conditioned indoor courts – rain or shine
One River Road
Greenwich Art Society Mini Art Camp
Children will have the chance to explore a variety of media during this camp, learning new skills and improving on old ones in a creative, relaxed atmosphere. All materials supplied.
299 Greenwich Ave
Greenwich Community Sailing
Greenwich Community Sailing has programs for ages 8-16, one and two week programs. Their highly qualified and US Sailing certified instructors look forward to providing safe and fun learning experiences on the water. Classes are filling up fast so please give them a call or register on-line today.
MacInspires provides a unique summer program where kids 6-16 years old expand their STEAM interests and have a blast with like-minded kids in a non-competitive environment. MacInspires offers pro-rated registrations for campers who cannot make the entire Series, just email Education@MacInspires.comand we’ll make it happen! For MacInspires Summer FAQ Click Here.
MacInspires Summer Enrichment is held at our Makerspaces complete with six activity zones – a Tinker Studio, Microcontroller Zone, Audio & Video Area, Fab Lab, Robotics Table and Computer Tables! Both Makerspaces have outdoor activity zones nearby for outdoor experiments and making!
Register and Pay By February 28th for a 10% Off Early Bird Discount
Creative Movement, Dance, Music, Art, and Nature Camp Ages 1 to 3 (& Siblings 4 to 5). MagicDance Summer Camp follows the same proven format of dance, games, music and art as our regular classes –– with an added emphasis on outdoor activities and nature study. Summer Camp is held in a fairytale setting at Greenwich Audubon. We spend our mornings exploring the nature trails and ponds where we observe the tadpole-to-frog life cycle and visit an apple and pear orchard where we see blossoms become fruit.
June 5 to August 7, $600. Tuition can be prorated to fit your family’s vacation schedule. Additional siblings attending Summer Camp receive a 25% discount.
The OGRCC’s goal is to provide a variety of fun, exciting camp experiences that help your child discover talents and interests, build self-esteem and confidence and give them the opportunity to foster friendships. Develop a competitive edge in tennis, rugby or soccer or unleash your creativity with painting.
Cycling Camp, Monday – Thursday, 4:30-6:30 pm. Ages 8 and up. Must have previous off-road cycling experience.
Summer Painting Camp, Monday–Thursday, 4:00-6:00 pm. Ages 6 and up. Learn to paint and become acquainted with the master artists.
Pro Soccer Camp, Monday – Thursday, 9:00–12:00 pm. Ages 4-12. Excellent pre-season programs to enhance soccer skills.
Rugby Camp, Monday – Thursday, 9:00–12:00 pm. Ages 8-14. Improve your skills and have serious fun!
Tennis Camp, Monday – Thursday, 9:00–12:00 pm. Ages 5-11. Tennis directed by the top-notch Fairfield County Tennis program.
Sandpipers Beach Camp, Monday – Thursday, 9:30–2:30 pm. Ages 3-10. Art, games, music, swimming, Island Beach visit and nature walks at Tod’s Point.
Old Greenwich Tennis Academy (OGTA)
The Junior Summer tennis program offers children of all ages and abilities the opportunity to learn solid tennis fundamentals through guided-discovery learning. All levels of play participate in team competitions, singles and doubles round robins- they will work on ball control, court movement, fitness, sportsmanship and much more. Monday – Friday: Rain or Shine 9:30am – 12.30pm. AM only
Session 1 (two weeks): June 25 – July 6
Session 2 (two weeks): July 9 – July 20
Session 3 (two weeks): July 23 – August 3
Session 4 (two weeks): August 6 – August 17
AGES 8 – 16
Tennis Fee: $300 per week (5 days)
NOTE: 1 week sessions also available
151 Sound Beach Ave. Old Greenwich
Putnam Indian Field School Summer Program
A GREAT FIRST EXPERIENCE
We know how important it is that the first school experience be happy and positive, building self-confidence and independence. Because we have extensive experience with easing children’s transition from home to school, our camp is an easy first step into a school setting.
PROFESSIONAL STAFF & FACILITIES
PIFS Summer Camp is staffed by caring and experienced professionals drawn from Putnam Indian Field School faculty and other nursery schools.
Weekly themes inspire fun and learning. Our child-approved, age-appropriate activities include the following:
Water & sand play
June 25 through July 26
101 Indian Field Road, Greenwich
Riverside School of Music
One to two weeks Mini Camp: Camp will be offered weeks of August 14 and August 21, 2017.
Instruments: Violin and Viola, Cello and Bass
Level: Beginning through advanced
Daily Activities from 9 AM to 11:30 AM (with some flexibility). Campers spend time each day on a variety of activities:
-Begin a new instrument and enjoy an easy introduction to the wonderful world of stringed instruments!
-Performance instruction for advanced students
-Individual and group lessons
-Listen to music
-Play musical games
-Create an original piece of music
Camp Fees: Fee will be $350 per week – includes sheet music, daily snack and juice
401 East Putnam Ave, Greenwich/Cos Cob
Shakespeare Summer Camp
Does this snow day have you thinking about summer? Our camp offerings are now available and open to registration. During their time with us, campers will explore ensemble building activities, theater games, and creative physicality. At the end of the week all of the campers will perform in a condensed version of A Midsummer Night’s Dream for family and friends. Here’s an overview, but be sure to check out our web site for all of the details!
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM JR.
June 18-26, 2018
10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
MIDSUMMER FOR KIDS
June 18-22, 2018
1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Ages 6 – 8
June 26 – 29, 2018
1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Claire Kelly 203.299.1300 or email@example.com
Steve DeMasco’s Shaolin Studios
marital arts training
arts and crafts
contests and prizes
SDSS Greenwich, 397 E. Putnam Ave
WHITE TIGER TAE KWON DO
**Summer Program to be announced soon
181 Greenwich Ave
203 661 6054
Camps run June 25-August 10, 2018
Few environments are as special as camp, where kids become a community as they learn both how to be more independent and how to contribute to a group as they engage in physical, social and educational activities.
Day camping teaches self-reliance, a love for the outdoors and the development of attitudes and practices that build character and leadership—all amidst the fun of group games, swimming, crafting, talent shows and meaningful relationships.
Our YMCA counselors are dedicated to making sure camp is an amazing experience for every camper. For more information about YMCA summer camps and programs, email Michele Czarnecki firstname.lastname@example.org
YMCA, 50 East Putnam Ave
YWCA of Greenwich
YWCA Preschool Camp is for girls and boys 15 months to 5 years old. Two 4-week sessions are offered, June 25-July 20, and July 23 – August 17. Licensed teachers, who are counselors, nurture campers at all times. Ask about Lunch Bunch, an Extended Day option and Full Day programs. Contact Geri Smiles at (203) 869-6501, ext. 221, or g.smiles @ywcagreenwich.org
Camp Ta-Yi- To for girls and boys ages 5 to 12 years old offers the most diverse camp activities schedule in the area. Field trips combine learning with play at local museums, amusement parks and the beach. Two 4-week sessions are offered, June 25 – July 20 and July 23 – August 17 from 9 am – 4:30 pm. Early Bird and Extended Hours are also available. Contact Arthur Smith, (203) 869-6501, ext. 251, or email@example.com.
Girls Circle Camp for girls entering grades 6 – 8 is a place to strengthen self-esteem and build new friendships.
Local artists, business professionals and role models deliver experiential workshops; and field trips, games and crafts, provide fun for everyone! The program runs July 9 – 20, from 9 am – 4:30 pm. Early Bird and Extended Hours are available.
YWCA, 259 East Putnam Avenue
Zaniac Summer Camp
Summer Camps run Weekly, June 4 – August 31
Zaniac Summer Camp Features:
Personalized attention with small camp sizes
Gain tech skills and make new friends
Role model instructors
Progress reports from your child’s instructor
Fun & safe high-tech environment
Certificate of Completion after every camp
Zaniac T-shirt with every camp
Grades Pre K-K
Popular Camps include Space Engineering, Environmental Engineering, STEAM Quest Park, Civil Engineering and Tinker & Code.
Popular Camps include Minecraft Your Future, Robotics Ignite, GreenBots, MarineBots, CircuitBreaker, World Robot Olympiad, 3D MakerLab and Scratch.
Popular Camps include Minecraft Redstone Lab, Music Lab, Engineering Takes Flight, Programming Electronics, Python Coder, Web Maker and Java Coder.
Half-Day Weekly Camps:
9:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-4:00pm
Full Week: $498 (July 4th Week: $398)
Full-Day Weekly Camps:
Full Week: $888 (July 4th Week: $708)
Looking for some direction with sleepaway camps for the Summer?
Westport Moms own Melissa Post helps families come up with sleepaway camp options that make sense for their family and children (at no cost to them!), and is happy to help at any point. If you want to connect with Melissa you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text her at 617-835-7772.