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Beth Elohim Summer Day Camp

OPEN HOUSE: Sunday, March 15

274 Garfield Place, Park Slope, (718) 768-3814, ext. 210, congregationbethelohim.org

Preschool Day Camp

Director: Bobbie Finkelstein

June 22 to July 31

Ages: 3–Kindergarten

Activities: Swimming (instructional and recreational), arts and crafts, music, nature, sports, gymnastics, circus arts, trips 2 days per week

Elementary Day Camp

Director: Bobbie Finkelstein

June 29 – August 14th

(Extended Week: August 16th – 21th)

Ages: entering K– 4th grades

Full day: 9 am – 5 pm

Extended hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Activities: Swimming (instructional and recreational), arts and crafts, music, nature, sports, gymnastics, circus arts, trips 2 days per week

Movin’ On Travel Camp

Director: Bobbie Finkelstein

June 29 – August 14th

Ages: entering 5th – 9th grades

Full day: 9 am – 5 pm

Extended hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Activities: Daily trips, swimming, two 3-day overnights, pre-CIT program for kids entering 9th grade

Huggs Summer Program

763 President St, Park Slope, (718) 230-5255

Directors: Randie Bader and Gary Siegel

Ages: 2.3 – 5 years

June 22 – July 31

Full day: 9 am – 4 pm

Half days: 9 am – noon or 1 pm – 4 pm

Activities: Private backyard with water play equipment, trips, art, music, indoor gym.

Kim’s Kids’ Summer Camp

PS 321, 7th Ave. Park Slope, (718) 768-6419, kimskidscamp.com

Directors: Dan Moinester

Ages: 4-1/2 – 11

June 29 – Aug. 7

Full day: 9 am – 3 pm

Extended hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Flex weeks and number of days per week available.

Activities: Traveling day camp with lots of physical and outdoors activity. Daily trips, including swimming (lake, pool and beach), hikes, museums, zoos, playgrounds, NY Aquarium, Liberty Science Center, bowling, climbing, exploring, optional Sesame Place. Carefully selected adult staff.

Park Explorers

OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, Feb 7, 11;30 am – 12:30 pm; 1;30 – 2:30 pm

611 Eighth Ave (Basement of St. Saviour’s Church), Park Slope, (718) 788-3620, parkexplorers.com

Director: Chris Altman (parkexplorers@yahoo.com)

Ages: 4 to 14

June 29 to Sept. 4

Full day: 8:30 am–3:30pm (Early Explorers til 2:30pm)

Extended hours: til 6:30 pm

Early drop off: 8:00 am

Bus transportation in many brownstone Brooklyn areas

Activities: No two days alike! Sports of all kinds, nature walks, hiking, arts and crafts, gymnastics, tennis, drama, karate, singing, trips each week in and around NYC. Special programs in sports and theater for third grade and up. Age appropriate programming.

Park Slope Day Camp

OPEN HOUSE: Sundays Jan. 28 & Feb 8, at 2 and 3 pm

In Windsor Terrace, Park Slope, Bay Ridge, (718) 788-7732, parkslopedaycamp.com, camp@parkslopedaycamp.com

Director: Ronny Schindler

Ages: entering P K–9th grades

June 29 to Aug 21

Full day: 8 am - 4 pm, early dismissal optional for young kids. Extended hours to 6:30 pm

Transportation: Free morning shuttle from most Brownstone Brooklyn and Bay Ridge

Activities: Outdoor camp with sports, trips, gymnastics, drama, nature, Olympics, travel camp (featuring overnight trips), leadership program for grades 9 and 10.

Accredited by the American Camp Association

Poly Prep Summer 2009

OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, Feb. 7, 9 am – noon

9216 Seventh Ave., Bay Ridge, (718) 836-9800, ext. 3220,www.polyprep.org

Director: Michael Junsch

Bus available (extra fee)

June 15 – Aug. 21

Ages: Pre-K – Grade 10

Full day: 9 am – 3:30 pm

Activities: Arts, dance, sports, swimming, and special events on our 25-acre grounds

Also available: Performing Arts Camp, Summer Academic Program, Sports Camps, Computer Camp, swimming lessons (ages 2–16)

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