The Chestnut Hill School Summer Day Camp is accredited with The American Camping Association, and provides enriching art, swimming, sport, drama, science and music experiences for children ages 3-14; trip options available for older campers.
Registration for 2018 (June 25th – August 17th) is now open.
Come to the Chestnut Hill School Summer Camp Open House on December 16th, 12:00 – to 2:00 pm for food, face painting, activities, tours and more…Can’t make the Open House? Contact email@example.com or 617-264-1346 for an individual tour.
If you are looking for a great overnight summer camp where your creative 9-16 year-old
can thrive, please join Friday morning at the home of Newton parent Anabel Cable to find out why Maine Arts Camp could be the perfect choice.
Located on the campus of Colby College, MAC is a small, friendly camp community that
is big on empathy and personal growth as well as creative opportunity. With an
extensive program of activities covering visual arts, theatre, music, dance, culinary arts,
robotics and rocketry, film-making, individual sports and more, all taught by
professional educators, and with access to Colby’s state-of- the-art facilities, Maine Arts
Camp offers exceptionally high quality instruction across a wide range of interests.
Find out more at www.maineartscamp.com. If you would like to attend the Open
House/Coffee Morning and meet camp director Rick Mades, please RSVP to
firstname.lastname@example.org for the address.
Maine Arts Camp Open House/Coffee Morning
December 8th , 8:30 – 10:00 am
Summer 365 is a complimentary service that matches your child to the experience of a lifetime. One that best suits their interests, personality—and your specific needs and requirements. With first-hand knowledge of over 500 camps and programs in the ever-growing portfolio, Summer 365 takes great pride in their relationships and are confident in providing unbiased recommendations. This first-hand knowledge plus a friendly “get to know you” philosophy are what creates the best, most qualified matches.
Selecting the right camp is an important decision. They are here for you every step of the way including:
-A curated list of camp of recommendations
-Help planing home visits, tours, and rookie days
-Ongoing resource for tips, advice, and insight
Every child deserves the gift of summer. GIVE SUM is a special scholarship fund for families who would otherwise not be able to afford to send their children to camp. For every child that they help place in a camp or program, Summer 365 will make a donation to this fund.
Plan your child’s best summer ever! Contact email@example.com or 617-320-0620.
Camp Kingswood, the JCC overnight camp, will hold an open house. Meet the camp director and staff and learn how Camp Kingswood is a place to be active, a place to make lifelong friends and a place to build Jewish identity.
Located on a beautiful waterfront in Bridgton, Maine, Kingswood is a coed overnight camp for kids entering grades 3-11. Campers and experienced staff create a fun, positive, and diverse community where Jewish values and exciting activities in sports, outdoor adventure, water sports and visual and performing arts are the core of the program. Zohar Special Needs Inclusion Program (ages 10-17) and Zohar Special Needs Vocational Program (ages 17-21) also available.
Bus transportation to and from camp available. For more information, visit kingswood.org or call 617-558-6531. Everyone welcome.
December 3rd, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Leventhal-Sidman Center, 333 Nahanton Street
Meet the day and overnight camp directors and register for Summer 2018 at the Leventhal-Sidman Center. No charge for this event, everyone is welcome.
JCC camp options are for children in grades preschool to high school, with transportation from many locations in Greater Boston. Register for Camp Grossman, Camp Kaleidoscope or Camp Kingswood and receive special discounts for the 2018 season! For more information, visit bostonjcc.org/camp or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-244-5124.
November 19th, 2:00 – 4:00 pm
333 Nahanton Street, Newton