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Indulge Mom on Mother’s Day................ 3 Jersey Shore’s Best Teacher!..................... 4 8 Egg-Citing Easter Traditions................... 5 A Day At The Museum........................... 6 ACUA Earth Day Celebration.................. 7 Reuse, Reduce.. Recycle.......................... 10 Buying Organic...................................... 11 Summer Activity Guide (Part 1).......... 12-14 What to do with those plastic bags.......... 15

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8-9 Classifieds .................................... 15 Marketplace ................................ 15 Student Book Reviews .............. 8 April and May Happenings....................

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Jersey Shore P.O. Box 60, Pleasantville, NJ 08232 Publisher, Pam Joseph

publisher’s note With Spring in full swing and summer lurking around the corner, it’s a great time to provide you with the first part of a three-part series of our Summer Activity Guide. If you are starting to look forward to the warm sunshine and exciting summertime activities, this handy resource guide will help you plan the perfect summer for your children, whether it be a full-day summer camp or week-at-a time sports or activity camps. To those families who celebrate Easter, the article on Easter traditions just may give you some ideas to start with your family during this special season of rebirth and renewal. Also take advantage of the April/May Happenings, which includes more exciting activities as the weather gets warmer. Always check www.jerseyshorefamily.com for update info.

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Another April celebration is Earth Day, so included in this issue are articles about recycling and going green. I am proud to say my family does our part and are always looking for new ways to recycle. Feel free to contribute your recycling ideas by joining the conversation on Facebook or by emailing us. To all our moms out there, Happy Mother’s Day from Jersey Shore Family! If you think you deserve pampering this Mother’s Day (I know I do), drop a hint to your supportive and loving husband that you could really use a gift certificate to one of our great salons and spas such as Elite or A Bella. See their ads for more details. Be sure to check out the Mother’s Day Gift Guide for more ideas. Thanks for all of your wonderful submissions to the Jersey Shore Family’s Best Teacher Contest. We are so lucky to have such amazing teachers in South Jersey and want to announce and congratulate Jersey Shore’s Best Teacher!

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P.S. I would like to send Jersey Shore Family’s condolences to the Clopp Family from Mays Landing on the tragic loss of their brave son Christian. Although I personally do not know the family, their frequent Facebook updates expressing the family’s ups and downs as a result of their son’s fight against cancer touched not only my heart, but the hearts of many South Jersey residents. Join the community by “Likeing” Christian’s Crusaders on Facebook.

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Easter was always an exciting holiday when I was growing up. I would spend the night with my grandparents the night before Easter, and I could SWEAR I heard the Easter bunny scooting across the floor in the night. Upon waking I’d bolt out of bed to see what candy and other treats I’d been brought, then we’d head to church for Easter services and a massive egg hunt. My day would end in a sugar coma on the couch, watching “The Wizard of Oz” with my parents. Below are 8 ideas for Easter traditions you can try with your own kids. Pick and choose a few of them each year … and stick with the ones your family loves!

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There are so many great treats your family can make together a night or two before Easter. Dying and decorating hardboiled eggs is a classic, but you could also make something out of the ordinary like Jell-o eggs or egg-shaped sugar cookies. Last year my husband and kids made Rice Krispy eggs dipped in melted chocolate chips, then they added sprinkles before the chocolate set. Kids enjoy sharing with others … and being sneaky! When dark hits the night before Easter, sneak over to a favorite neighbor’s (or drive to a close-by friend’s) and scatter eggs in their front yard. You can mix and match hard-boiled and plastic eggs. Fill plastic eggs with candy, coins, tattoos, stickers, erasers, etc. Even though doing an anonymous fun thing is great, these days you should probably leave a note or card on their door so they know it was you and not some crazy person putting stuff in their yard!

Egg-citing Easter Traditions pet stores and zoos. Some stores have promotional days where you can come in and pet and hold these little sweeties and take pictures. And if you’re looking for a family pet, bunnies are a great option for an Easter gift to the family.

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Get your child’s picture taken with the Easter bunny. This is one I could kick myself for not doing yet, but it’s pretty simple. Just check the website of your local mall to find out if they’re hosting an Easter bunny event. Be ready to shell out a few bucks for a photo, or take plenty of your own.

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Easter baskets for the kids are a given, but they don’t have to be over-the-top. You can buy a simple empty basket at a craft store and fill it with things like pastel Peeps, toys, small books, plastic eggs filled with candy, etc. If you’re pressed for time and don’t know how you’ll be able to assemble an Easter basket, no matter how small, just buy one ready-made! You’re still an amazing parent, and your kid won’t care or remember that it was store-bought. If you have time but are short on money, bake treats to put in the baskets, make a special card for your child or write out coupons for things like getting out of chores or an ice cream cone out with just Mom. Don’t forget about your older kids on Easter … everyone can appreciate an Easter basket!

family friendly flicks • A Bug’s Life • Charlotte ’s Web • Flushed Away • Lilo and Stitch • Monster’s Inc. • Shrek

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An Easter egg hunt can be held just about anywhere. Some churches have them days before Easter, and you don’t have to belong to that church. My church doesn’t hold an Easter egg hunt, so we have one in my mom’s yard after church on Easter Sunday. Family all pitches in and hides plastic eggs filled with candy, sugarless gum, dollar bills and more.You could also hide eggs the night before in your own yard (or even around the house!) after your kids go to sleep so they can have an afterbreakfast hunt at their own home!

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Get together with family for a special meal. If you won’t be able to be with family this Easter, invite some friends and neighbors over for a potluck meal at your place. It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant … a ready-made ham, paper plates and plastic cutlery just mean less time in the kitchen and more time with loved ones.

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End the day relaxing with a bowl of Easter candy, some popcorn and a movie the whole family can enjoy. After a fun day celebrating Easter in all the ways you love, end your family day with some “hanging out” time. Nobody is allowed to text or play handheld video games or email. This is a time to snuggle up around the TV and reflect on the gift of family and friends.

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Bunnies and chicks are the unofficial mascots of Easter, so find a place where your child can pet some! Depending on where you live, bunnies and chicks can be found at kid-friendly farms,

Kerrie McLoughlin is the proud and kooky mom of five. Check out their adventures at TheKerrieShow.com.

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A Day At The Museum!

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entertainer & educator, and the Franklin Institute Electricity Show. Pony rides, a 4-H petting zoo, and pictures with Supercan are also available. Valerie Vaughn will be performing songs of NJ culture, history and environment. Also, don’t miss the Turtlesinger, an interactive program and learn about, touch and feed live turtles. Part of the celebration includes exhibits by many community and environmental groups including: the Marine Mammal Stranding Center, St. Francis Avian Rehab Center, Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association, the Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, Defenders of Wildlife, the Environmental Protection Agency, Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge and Clean Water NJ/NJDEP. Earth Day Race -For runners of all ages and levels, two races are being held; a one-mile fun run at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 5K race at 9:00 a.m. Registration is $15 per person and $25 for a family entry (limit six entries). Race registration begins at 7:30 a.m. with the awarding of prizes following the finish of the 5K run. Please visit www.acua.com or call 272-6911 for race details. All proceeds from the race benefit the American Heart Association. For details visit www.acua.com/earthday FREE ADMISSION & PARKING!!!

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• Cape May Co. Park and Zoo Animal Shows • “Eco” Hayrides Sunday, April 22 • Pony Rides (fee charged) 10 – 4 p.m. • 5K Run & 1 Mile Fun Run • Shuttle bus tours to the solar & wind farm at the Wastewater Treatment Facility • Franklin Institute Electricity Tabletop Exploration • “Rock the Boat” musical performances • Live children’s entertainment • Live Turtle Presentation with Karen Buckley • Atlantic City Aquarium Touch Tank • Environmental Exhibits • Home Depot Children's nature wood crafts Atlantic County Utilities Authority 6700 Delilah Rd., Egg Harbor Twp. • Workshops: Composting, Native Plants, 272-6950 or 1-800-613-ACUA www.acua.com/earthday Community Supported Agriculture, How to Build a Rain Barrel Sponsored by: • Plus Arts, Crafts, Games, Live Music Food Court and much more!

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Easter Egg Hunt at Greentree Church 10:30 am at Family Life Center ages 2-10 Free hot dog lunch

Easter In Downtown Ocean City:

Breakfast With The Easter Bunny, free photos with the Bunny in a Lifeguard Stand, Candy filled eggs for children then the The Great Easter Egg Hunt: at 2:30 p.m. from 11th to 14th Sts. on the Beach. Ages 0-7 broken into groups

April 8 Happy Easter Easter Sunday Church Services

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Mays Landing Historical Society presents Mark Demitroff, Pinelands Geographer 7:30 pm at the Presbyterian Church in Mays Landing: Ethnic Settlements in the Pines and The History of Jewish settlements in the Mays Landing area.

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Ventnor’s Chefs Night Out

4pm to 8pm Eat at TEN of Ventnors “Yummy-Licious” Restaurants! Plus Homemade Candy, Water Ice and a Wine Tasting!! Yum! Only $40 per ticket. Enjoy the talents of local Musicians and Artists creations as well!! Call 267-980-7632 or 609929-1710 for tickets.

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May 25 - 27 Wildwoods International Kite Festival

National Foster Care Month

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Wildwood Cinco De Mayo Block party An all-day celebration of Mexican heritage and pride with authentic music, food, arts and crafts, and vendors. Between the 3700 - 3900 block of Pacific Avenue, Wildwood.

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Springtime Home & Garden Expo

May 5 Ocean City Spring Block Party

Mayfest at Smithville

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Over 350 vendors, food vendors, music and more 9am -5pm • 5th -14th St. & Asbury Ave.

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10am-5pm A Free “Community Open House”. Learn how to protect the environment and practice eco friendly living. Dozens of environmentally minded vendors and community organizations will be on site. The day also features “eco-friendly” Glass Studio demonstrations, hands-on crafts for children, exhibits, nursery stock, herbs, flowers, entertainment, food and refreshments.

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Captain Kid Pirate Day

Pirate costume parade begins on 26th and the Boardwalk at 11 a.m. Treasure hunt to follow at 17th & beach, North Wildwood for kids 12 and under. Prizes include $1,000 savings bond, bikes and more.

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On the Beach at Rio Grande Avenue, Wildwood and inside the Wildwoods Convention Center. Event begins on Fri: 9 p.m. with the Illuminated night kite fly. Sat: & Sun: East Coast Stunt Kite Championships on the beach as well as kite exhibits and workshops. FREE to spectators.

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Did you know you can support the Girls Scouts and help save the planet by bringing the following to any service center. They work with vendors who make financial contributions to GSCSNJ • Inkjet & printer cartridges (Brother, Epson, HP.) • Cell phones and MP3 Players • MARS candy wrappers • Garnier and Aveeno product plastic containers • Bear Naked empty cereal bags and granola wrappers • Capri Sun & Honest Kids empty drink pouches • Empty Elmers Glue bottles and glue stick tubes • Frito Lay, Lays, Cheetos and Doritos snack size bags • Kashi cereal boxes and granola wrappers • Lunchables trays • Malt-O-Meal cereal bags • Papermate pens and Sharpie markers and highlighters • Scott – plastic wrappers from toilet paper and paper towels • Scotch Tape – plastic dispensers; Gently worn used clothing. www.gscsnj.org/Adults/donors/recycle.php www.1800recycling.com

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Reuse, Reduce... The Recycling Revolution began in the 1970’s with the first recycling mill built in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania. You might think that everyone liked the idea, but you would be wrong. There was much resistance to recycling because in most cases the cost was much greater than just dumping trash into a landfill. But in 1987, a barge full of garbage was hauled from New York to North Carolina where it was denied. It was then sent to Belize, and they turned it away. It then made the long journey back to New York, where it was finally incinerated. This highly publicized incident led to many heated discussions in the country and is often considered the start of recycling in America. However, recycling was not a new idea; civilizations have been recycling and reusing resources from the beginning of time. One example is when children outgrow their clothing yet it is still in good

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free movie tickets and school scholarships. Don’t know what to do with those old sneakers you have outgrown or don’t like anymore? Check out nikereuseashoe.com. You can take yours to the Converse Outlet Store in Atlantic City on 22 N. Arkansas Ave. or start your own Reuse A Shoe Drive online at the same web address. Do you have an old refrigerator or freezer? If you are resident of New Jersey and a customer of Atlantic City Electric, call 877-2703520 or visit www.NJCleanEnergy. com to arrange a pick-up and get $50 cash back once your transaction is processed. I know in our house old cell phones float around and just take up space. An organization called Earth 911 helps consumers find local recycling places for wireless phones. Programs such as “Donate A Phone Call To Protect” campaign benefits victims of domestic violence and is a great way to help people by recycling your phone. One site that does just that is www.wirelessfoundation.org. There are endless ways to green your world and all it takes is a little research on the web and a small or large amount of your time, depending on how involved you and your family want to become. One family took recycling to the max. They downsized their home and tried to reuse and recycle almost everything you could imagine. You can read about them by following Bea Johnson’s blog at zerowastehome.blogspot.com, and get some great ideas. But if you are like me and most busy families, you will find that maybe one or two recycling projects may be all that you can manage. That is OK too! Every little bit helps, and you have to start somewhere. Oh Hon, don’t forget to take those old clothes to Goodwill and even get a tax deduction!

Michele Errichetti is a Mom of All Trades. She homeschooled her two sons, is a homemaker, organic non-GMO food advocate, a part time stylist, committee volunteer, freelance writer and Atlantic County Editor for foodie magazine. Her dream is to one day write a novel that becomes a major motion picture, just as soon as she can find the time.

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g n i Buy by Deanne P. Walther, DTR Organic means relating to or derived from living matter, signifying that no pesticides or chemicals are used. Organic products have become very popular in the last few years. People who are interested in these goods should research first before buying. There is no definitive research that proves organic foods are more nutritious, but they do have higher nutritional values, and some say they taste better. Organic usually costs more due to expensive farming practices; organic farmers don’t receive subsidiaries like conventional farmers do. The farming process is more labor and management intensive and usually smaller, so they don’t benefit from economies of scale. It takes three years to convert a regular farm into an organic one. It takes the first year to build up the fertility of the soil, so the produce cannot yet be labeled “organic.” Produce can’t yet be categorized “organic” in the second year but is considered “in conversion.” Finally, in the third year produce can be labeled “fully organic.” Foods should have the USDA organic standard stamp, which consists of: 1. 100% organic ingredients 2. At least 95% organic ingredients 3. Minimum 70% organic ingredients (strict restrictions on remaining 30%, no GMO’s).

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Other merchandise like cotton, wool, flax, etc. can also be bought as organic. Cotton is a heavily sprayed crop, and organic clothes are fairly inexpensive and contain no dyes or preservatives. The National Organic Program (NOP) is the standard to look for when buying these products. Three other primary organic certifications in the United States are: Organic Exchange 100 Standard (OES), Organic Exchange Blended Standard (OEB), and Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements guidelines (IFOAM) is a certification for international products and considered genuine. Important labels to avoid are GMO (genetically modified organisms) which means it is genetically altered material. The label rBGH (recombinant bovine growth hormone) means that this hormone has been used to force cows to artificially increase milk production by 10-15%. People should also be wary of certain words or phrases when buying organic. “Natural” is a vague term. It means that these foods do not contain additives or preservatives but may contain hormones, gmo’s, or may have been grown with pesticides. “Freerange” means the animals were able to graze, but be cautious because it might have been in a small area with many animals, which is not good. “Grass-fed” is good because these animals have eaten grass and hay and not harmful by-products intended to make them big quickly. “No hormones added” is definitely a good thing. BPA (bisphenol A) colorless chemical usually present in plastics and may cause cancer. Another way to buy organic would be to shop at farmers’ markets and food co-ops, and they are also a less expensive option. When purchasing seafood, be aware of where it came from and how it was caught. A good site for information on seafood, including apps for phones is: http:// www.montereybayaquarium. org/cr/cr_seafoodwatch/sfw_ recommendations.aspx?c=ln www.JerseyShoreFamily.com

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Citrus (lemons, oranges, grapefruit, etc.) Bananas Watermelon Onions Garlic Corn Avocado Pineapple Sweet Peas Mangos Eggplant Cantaloupe Kiwi Asparagus Sweet Potatoes Deanne P. Walther is a Registered Dietetic Technician & a mom of 7 year old boy/girl twins. She works per-diem at Virtua Health Systems and loves to spend time with her family and expand their horizons.

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Things to do

This Summer Go to the Hospital

Visit the The Jersey Shore Children’s Museum’s hospital and let your kids play doctor... you can be the patient! The JSCM’s interactive exhibits encourage role playing for kids 10 and under. Kids can “work” in a Pediatric ER, TV Newsroom, or Construction Zone among other hands-on activities. (609)645-7741 www.JerseyShoreChildrensMuseum.com

Catch the BIG one!

There are too many places to list and too many fish to mention. No doubt, South Jersey is the place to live if you love to fish. If you’re in need of some tips on what bait to use or where to go, visit Captain Dave at Absecon Bay Sportsman Center 800-352-2524 • www.abseconbay.com

Love Lucy

Now a National Historic Landmark, Margate’s Lucy the Elephant awaits your visit.... Stop by and take a walk to the top! (609) 823-6473 www.lucytheelephant.org

Go on a double date!

Catch dinner and a double feature at The Delsea Drive-In! The snack bar has an extended menu that rivals many restaurants. Check website for listings! 856-696-0011 • www.delseadrive-in.com

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Jersey Shore Presents....

Wildwood earned the title of the “Birthplace of Rock and Roll” when the Comets performed in 1955. Enjoy the Doo Wop Experience tour and “Back to the 50s” museum. (609)523-1958 www.wildwoodnj.org

Loot for diamonds

The Atlantus, a concrete ship built during WWI, rests on the ocean floor just offshore at Sunset Beach, in Cape May. The area surrounding the cracked weather-beaten hull is a great place to fish, sight see or collect beautiful “Cape May Diamonds.” www.capemay.com

Walk the plank

The AC Boardwalk holds the title of World’s Longest Boardwalk. Street performers, famous boardwalk food and attractions along with tons of beach side shopping accompany the beautiful ocean and beach views. www.atlanticcitynj.com

Climb the stairway to heaven

Follow 228 steps into the sky at the Absecon Lighthouse, the tallest of its kind in NJ, is open to the public. (609)449-1360 www.abseconlighthouse.org

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Atlantic Riding Center for Health 206 Asbury Road, EHT

609.926.2233 atlanticridingcenterforhealth.org Daily summer camps for children ages 7 thru 12 with or without disabilities to learn about horses through arts and crafts and riding. And Riding Camp for ages 12 and up: beginners through advanced levels with hunter, jumper or dressage focus.

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New Child Care center located in Weymouth Twp. NJ. Accepting children ages 6 weeks through 5 years and children 5-12 years for before and after school care. Summer Camp available for all ages. Provides breakfast, lunch and snack at no cost. Hours are 6am to 8pm with flexible scheduling available. Sheets and blankets are provided and laundered. Family, monthly and military discounts offered.

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Beacon Day Camp

Beacon Evangelical Free Church 420 S. Sixth Avenue, Galloway

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www.beaconefc.org The camp will feature games and activities, fishing, music, crafts, swimming, skits, Bible stories, snacks, and much more! This year’s “Adventures on Promise Island” theme will be led by an enthusiastic, high-energy camp staff. For children entering grades 1-6.

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Kids Learn To Sail with STEM 609.214.5176

www.just-sailing.org A Spring Break one day mini camp, Kids Learn to Sail with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM), will be held on Monday, April 9th from 10am – 3pm. The session is for kids ages 10 and up and will focus on wind, wind patterns, and wind powered transportation while teaching the beginning components of sailing. Students should pack a lunch and bring a change of clothes. The suggested donation for the class is $80.

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www.kineticpoetic.com Dance, Acting, & Musical Theater Workshop for ages 5 through 12. Tuesdays and Thursdays, July 5th through July 31st. $25.00 per session or $180.00 if paid in advance for the 8 session workshop. Kinetic Poetic Dance offers students the opportunity to explore their creative skills through a variety of performing arts activities including dance, acting and musical theater. Students gain knowledge and develop skills within a positive and nurturing environment. Limited class size allows for one on one attention to discover and foster the creative talents of each individual. Teen and Adult dance classes are also available.

(Cost per camp: $125) Super Duper Summer Science

Tons of Science Fun! Ages: 6-11 Session 1: June 25 - June 28 Session 2: July 23 - July 26 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Investigate the science of things that glow, pop and fizzle through super-duper cool experiments! Kidz will learn fascinating facts about the world around them during this hands-on science experience.

So You Wanna Be A Princess Live Like A Princess For A Week! Ages: 4-6 Session 1: June 18 - June 21 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Little girls will receive the royal treatment with rockin’ hair-dos, make-up and nail polish! Play dress-up, make a sparkly tiara and walk a real runway during this glitz and glamour-filled camp! We will help kids with developing a unique talent to show-off during our famous Kidz Grand Pageant!

Cooking Around The World

Two Delicious Cooking Classes! Session 1: July 2 - July 5: Cooking 1 Session 2: July 30 - August 2: Cooking 2 Session 3: Aug. 20 - Aug. 24: Cooking 2 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Cooking 1: Italy, Ireland, France, Japan. Enrich international taste buds, using the senses through creating and eating culinary delights from around the world. Learning and eating were never so much fun! Cooking 2: Mexico, China, Switzerland, Germany. Building cultural awareness through their taste buds, kids can continue to learn about international traditions through recipes and cooking.

Awesome Art

Art-O-Rama Session 1: July 9 - July 12 Session 2: August 13 - August 16 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am During this art filled camp, kidz will learn various painting and sculpting techniques…as well as different ways of creating one-of-a-kind projects using a wide assortment of materials.

Clowning Around The Art Of Clowning Around Session 1: July 16 - July 19 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am

Kidz will have a silly time while learning the tricks and trades of becoming a clown. Your child will design a unique clown accessory. Also included, bow-ties, face-paint, goofy noses, wacky hats, balloon animals…and much more!

Pirates & Prinecesses

Ahoy Matey’s! Session 1: August 6 - August 9 Time: 9:30 - 11:30 am Ahoy mateys! This camp will collide the best of both the pirate and princess worlds. Your children will get to do fun activities, dress up in their choice of pirate or princess attire and go home with treats, such as tiaras, eye patches, bandanas and jewels. At the end of the week, we will have a grand treasure hut. Enjoy, as we set sail on a new magical adventure!

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Girls Come Explore All About Fashion! Ages: 9+ Session 1: August 6 - August 9 Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm Geared towards older girls, be a model or just look like one. Fashion accessories, techniques of applying makeup, walk the runway, design glasses, nail polish.

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