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Bethel Camp for the Arts provides a non-competitve, caring environment in which children can explore and enjoy a balance of creative enrichment activities, individual lifetime sports and the nature beauty of Maine. Campers are exposed to a variety fo creative activites. (pottery, drawing/apinting, sculpture, theater, dance and more.) The camp offers two 2 week sessions.
Age: Children and Teens
Type: Overnight Camp / Theater-Arts
Campus of Gould Academy
Ph: (561) 865-4330
Established in 1964, Member ACA, N.E. PA Co-ed 6-17 non-competitive, individual choice, theater (30 productions), art, music, dance with regular camping activities and horses on campus. 150 campers and 42 staff. Also great programs in radio - WBAL FM Rock and Roll music. Warm and friendly atmosphere in the Penna Mountains. Send for catalog and DVD. Check out our website at www.ballibay.com.
Camp Manitou is an instructional camp that prides itself on its experienced staff, excellent facilities and broad selection of activities. Campers can choose from 23 different land instructionals, 12 waterfront instructionals and 22 creative programs carefully designed to challenge minds and imaginations and develop skills. Camping trips are planned for every age group. These include carefully supervised mountain-climbing expeditions, whale watches, canoe and whitewater rafting trips and visits to the scenic coast of Maine. Manitou was founded in 1947.
Age: Children and Teens
Type: Over Night Camp
Contact info: Jason Silberman / John Darren
119 West 72nd Street, Box 107
New York, NY 10023
Ph: (800) 326-1916
Summer at the beach. What more natural place for exploration, adventure, and just plain good times. Founded in 1922, Cape Cod Sea Camps, Monomoy/Wono have shared with generations of young people the joy of learning and growing in this very special place on the shores of Cape Cod Bay.
Type: Over Night Camp
Contact info: David Peterson
Cape Cod Sea Camps
P.O.Box 1880 Brewster, MA 02631
Ph: (508) 896-3451
Fax: (508) 896-8272
Lyric First Stage: Boston’s award winning professional theatre company presents a 5 week intensive teen theatre program designed to create an environment where young artists work with members of Boston’s professional theatre and educational community to explore the worlds of Shakespeare and Americal Musical Theatre. July 11- August 13.
National Camp Association has recommended the highest quality summer camps to families worlwide for nearly 25 years. They provide free, personalized, guidance and referrals to sleepaway programs. These include: general, sports, teen, travel, academic, weight-loss, special needs, and community service. Online services: camp referrals, job opportunities, camp supplies, and more, at www.summercamp.org.
Cambridge Montessori's newly designed summer program, Passport, is a seven week summer day camp that will include nature, science, art, theater, history, sports and much more. Camp will run June 27 - August 12 and is open to children ages 2.5-10.
Type: Day Camp / Sports / Theater
The NH Camp Directors’ Association is an inclusive organization that represents NH licensed day, resident, agency, federation, non-profit and private camps, whose goal is to provide safe & superb camping in NH. Please visit our website at www.nhcamps.org to learn more and request our 2005 directory.
The world’s premier visual and performing arts camp for teens (14-18) and youth (11-13), SOCAPA offers summer programs in Filmmaking, Acting for Film, Urban Dance, Music Video, and Photography. Day or residential programs ranging in length from two to six weeks, and campuses in New York City, Hollywood and the Berkshires, MA.
Stagedoor Manor offers a total immersion in Theater for kids ages 8-18. Classes at all levels include dance, acting, voice, and non-competitive sports. Every camper is in a show at all times. 3,6, and 9 week sessions
Summer in Switzerland (SIS), and international experience in the Alps, offer students aged 9-19 academics, recreational activities, and cultural excursions with morning classes and activities during afternoons and evenings. Specialized programs include Theater International and Leadership Adventure. One week tours also offered to France, Italy, and the English Theater district.
Located on Sippican Harbor, the program offers sailing, swimming and Oceanography. We also offer academics such as English, Math, Computers and Science and instructional sports such as tennis, squash, soccer, and lacrosse. Tabor provides the option of doing summer schoolwork without losing any of the joys of summer camp.
At YAAP, we put the excitement of theatre into age-appropriate programs designed to spark your child’s imagination, encourage social, listening and problem-solving skills, and build self-confidence. The staff of theatre professionals has designed programs to give all students a summer of discovery,challenge , and most of all, fun. Grades 1-12.
132 Warren Street
Lowell, MA 01852
Ph: (978) 654-7550 or (978) 654-7551
Fax: (978) 654-7575