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AOY Art Center Summer Art Camps This summer is the perfect opportunity for kids to express their creative side and have fun in a nurturing environment. Make new friends at AOY Art Center, an award-winning Bucks County, Pa., summer camp. From June 20 through August 19, campers ages 5 to 16 are encouraged to explore drawing, painting, sculpting, printmaking, and so much more. We are offering over 55 week-long camps, with exciting new camps featuring character design, fashion, graphic design, oil painting, leather and woodworking, acrylic painting, jewelry making, and watercolor painting. Young artists will enjoy selecting from our many fun themed camps. Children receive individualized instruction from professional teaching artists. Extended child care hours are available before camp, starting at 7:30 a.m., and following camp until 6 p.m. Register for a morning camp (9 a.m. to 12 p.m.) or an afternoon camp (1 to 4 p.m.). Enjoy a free super v ised lunch period when registering for both a morning and afternoon camp. AOY Art Center is committed to the safety of your children and our instructors. Last summer 330 children enjoyed nine art-filled weeks without a single case of COVID-19 reported by our campers or staff. The

protocols we established in 2020 and employed again in 2021 will continue as long as necessary. All camps are held at the AOY Art Center at 949 Mirror Lake Road on the beautiful Patterson Farm in Yardley, Pa., conveniently located by the I-295 / Route 332 interchange. Register by March 31 for 10 percent off at Arts Council of Princeton Ar ts Council of Princeton’s Summer Arts Studios encourage all young ar tists to let their inner creativity shine! Ages 5-16 will explore the arts in a variety of mediums from clay, textiles, drawing and painting, fashion, mixed media, and so much more. Teens and tweens will dive more deeply into various mediums to immerse themselves in a week of exploring their creative passions. ACP Summer Studios are led by incredible professional teaching artists, experienced in guiding our artists in hands-on art making with backgrounds in art history and cultural inf luences. For more information and to register, visit artscouncilofprinceton. org. The Bridge Academy The Bridge Academy changes lives. Founded in September 2003 by educators, parents, and community members, The Bridge Academy helps students with language-based learning disabilities, including dyslexia,

dysgraphia, auditory processing, and ADHD “bridge the gap between potential and performance.” This is accomplished t hrough a nurturing learning environment, student-focused instruction, strong academic standards, and a superior teaching staff. We are a New Jersey-state approved school for ages 8-18, and the only school in New Jersey certified by the Orton-Gillingham Academy. With a 3:1 or 4:1 ratio in reading, writing, and math, along with small group instruction for other classes, The Bridge Academy uses multi-sensor y techniques throughout the curriculum. The school’s academic and social programs are uniquely student centered and tailored to meet the specific needs and learning style of each student enrolled. Dedicated, experienced teachers encourage students to thrive and blossom into the people they are destined to be. Over 87 percent of our alumni pursue college and/or technical school after graduation. For more information visit bridgeacademy or call ( 609 ) 844-0770. We look forward to meeting you! The Cambridge School Children with learning differences are often impacted by the lapse in instruction over summer months which can lead to the summer slide. Cambridge School’s Summer Program offers a

unique opportunity for students to continue receiving academic instruction in the morning and participate in enrichment activities in the afternoon. Each camp day starts with morning academics — language, reading, writing, and math. The afternoon features various intensive programs. The Reading Intensive (Grades 3-5) addresses building the important elements of reading comprehension. The Adventure and Exploration Club (Grades K-5) offers nature hikes, scavenger hunts, and other outdoor experiential learning opportunities. The Executive Function Intensive (Grades 3-9) identifies and remediates students’ individualized executive function challenges. Our summer program is June 27 through July 22. Find out more about our program at summer-program or call us at (609) 730-9553. Color Me Mine Color Me Mine Princeton is a Paint-Your-Own-Pottery studio located at the Princeton Shopping Center. You pick the pottery and paint it, we will glaze and fire it for you in our kilns. We offer instudio painting plus monthly workshops for adults and kids using a variety of techniques on pottery, canvas, clay, and mixed media. Our robust Summer Camp program spans 10 weeks from June to September

with a unique theme each week. Artists will complete e i g ht-10 pr oj e c t s w h i l e learning about art and building confidence in their artistic skills. We incorporate outside play and socialization into the program too! As a bonus, we finish each week with a pizza party and an art show for the parents. Extended days are available with additional projects. Check out our School’s Out workshops on our website, princeton.colormemine. com, where we run programs similar to our Summer Camp Program. We are currently offering an early bird discount for Summer Camp through May 1, and the weeks fill up fast with limited space. Color Me Mine Princeton prides itself on being a safe and clean environment. We look forward to seeing you at the studio! Hun Summer Day Camp Learn. Explore. Play. Let your child’s first memory as part of the Hun Community be a joyful, unforgettable experience at Hun Summer Day Camp. From the time your camper is dropped off until they are picked up, your child will be engaged and playing indoor and outdoor activities with other campers and nurturing counselors from the Hun Summer Community. During the six weeks that camp is in session, campers will explore Hun’s 45-acre campus through eco-nature


walks and field games, and use some of our academic buildings for art and crafts, mini-STEM projects, performing arts, LEGO builds, and weekly design challenges. Campers will learn the Golden Rule while participating in sports, games, a nd s w i m m i ng i n s ma ll groups that are well supervised. Lunch is included and pre- and after-care options are available. Sign up for any number of the six weeks offered and have the best summer ever. Dates: June 27–August 5; 8:30 a.m.–3:15 p.m.; ages 5–12. For more information, visit /summer/hun-day-camp or email

Lawrenceville Summer Scholars Are you a rising sixth through tenth grader looking to take your summer to the next level? Check out Lawrenceville Summer Scholars (LVSS)! Lawrenceville Summer Scholars achieve academic and personal growth, experience adventure, and join a supportive community of Scholars from across the country and around the world. Join Lawrenceville faculty and student prefects to embark on your adventure today. Experience an incredible three weeks of House, Harkness, and Community as you select classes, compete for the House Cup, share your talents and passions through collaborative Continued on Next Page

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work, and meet new friends. Residential and Day Scholars will participate in four classes during the session, which runs July 11– 29: a Humanities class and three other electives of their choosing. Visit our website and check out the 2022 Course Catalog to search by subject area and grade level for other classes. Some of our favorites include Shark Tank, CSI and Forensics, Entrepreneurship, and Debate. Virtual Scholars will participate in a Humanities class and a STEM class. All Scholars will dive into an allschool read. Become a Lawrenceville Summer Scholar today and see where our program can take you! Appl ic at ion s for L aw renceville Summer Scholars (LVSS) and Lawrenceville Virtual Scholars are open. Register early to ensure space in your classes of choice. Click the Lawrenceville Summer Scholars link at, apply, and start your adventure today. Questions? Email us at summerscholars @ Martin Center for Dance At Mar t i n C e nter for Dance, we offer the finest ballet training for both the professional-track dancer and dance enthusiast. As former principal dancers with the Joffrey Ballet and American Ballet Theatre and directors

of some of America’s fi nest schools and companies, our faculty brings decades of experience to their teaching. Our children’s teachers have advanced degrees in early childhood education as well as ballet pedagogy. Class offerings include children’s class for ages 3 and up, student division classes ages 7 and above, and pre-professional division ages 12 to 23. Our Summer Intensive Experience is a full five weeks of summer dance classes for serious students. This intensive runs from July 1-August 5, Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.–5 p.m. It will include daily ballet training, Pointe, Partnering, Variations, Choreography and Pe r for m a n ce, co ach i n g, and conditioning. All classes are taught by our main faculty featuring Mary Barton, Douglas Martin, Erika Mero, Kirk Peterson, and Maria Youskevitch. The Children’s Summer Ballet Workshop, for ages 7 to 10, is June 27–July 1 and Aug 8 –12. Children’s faculty: Jennifer Gladney and Erika Mero. 11 Princess Road, Suite 11G ; Lawrenceville. Visit for full details. To register, call ( 609 ) 937- 8878 or email DouglasMartinArts@

Music Mountain Theatre (MMT) 2022 summer camps are open to campers ages 5 through 15. The summer program offers different themes for each age group. Campers will learn what goes into creating, rehearsing, and performing a musical. The session culminates with a performance for family and friends on the stage at MMT. Our teachers are all performers with extensive experience in performing arts. Campers ages 8-11 have the opportunity to join us in The Sound of Music... and Zombies! — a musicalcomedy parody or A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far Far Away … The Musical! —a Star Wars parody musical. Ages 5-7 can join us in Adventures Under the Sea and sing, dance, and create an underwater world together. Ages 11-15 can join us in Stars on Stage and explore some of Broadway’s ensemble musicals, like Once on This Island, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown, Pippin, and A Chorus Line. Music Mountain Theatre, formerly Downtown Performing Arts Company, has been teaching classes in acting, musical theatre, and dance for over 20 years. Since moving into the theatre in 2017, the company has produced over 60 children’s theatre productions. Music Mountain Theatre Music Mountain Theatre Summer Camps holds auditions three times Join us at Music Mountain a year and they are open to Theatre for a fun summer! ages beginning at 7 years

old. The next auditions are scheduled in March. Please go to musicmountaintheatre. org for more information about auditions, the summer programs, our classes, and performance schedules for mainstage and children’s theatre, or call the box office at (609) 397-3337. Notre Dame High School Notre Dame High School is excited to offer a wide array of athletic, service, and arts camps. From third through ninth grade, we have a camp to make your child’s summer fun! New programs this year include Coding for Robots, Chr ist mas in July Bible Camp, High School Placement Test Prep Course, Public Speaking, and Python Programming. Visit NDNJ. org/summer-experience for additional details and to register. Princeton Day School Summer Programs Welcome to another exciting summer at Princeton Day School Summer Programs, the Princeton area’s premier summer day camp! We are happy to offer an impressive roster of half-day, full-day, one-week, and twoweek academics, sports, art, and adventure programs. Built-in scheduling flexibility allows parents to create summer camp experiences a la carte, with an academic program in the morning and an athletics program in the Continued on Page 24


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Everyone is welcome to attend PDS Summer Programs; Continued from Page 22 campers do not have to be afternoon, for example. PDS student. Register at pds. We are located on Princ- org/summer-programs. eton Day School’s beautiful 106-acre campus in Princeton, and follow the Princeton Friends CDC- and NJDOH-informed Summer Camp Princeton Friends Sumhealth and safety protocols mer Camp offers campers used to safely operate the school and found on pds. a summer full of adventure, org in PDS Together. Our creativity, fun, and comstate - of-the -ar t facilities munity within the peaceful include multiple air-con- wooded environment of the ditioned STEAM Centers, Princeton Friends School a r t s t u d i o s, a n d cl a s s - campus. Princeton Friends rooms, along with our new Summer Camp (PFC) fea30,000-square-foot Athletic tures arts and crafts, games Center, plus a series of spec- of all sorts, music, drama, tacular playing fields, open weekly special events, and space, our famed organic time spent every afternoon constructing stick-and-log garden, and nature trails. At PD S S u m m er P ro - “villages” in our woods. While campers spend most grams, you will be encouraged to share your talents, of the day in their units with learn from each other, and same age fellow campers, explore your potential with there are parts of the day, our talented academic and such as communit y and athletic instructors, many of swimming, when we enjoy whom are PDS faculty and mixed-age activities. In adlongtime Summer Programs dition to our regular camp team members who are com- program, we also offer a mitted to facilitating an ex- few specialty camps — Art, citing journey of discovery Drama, and Kungaloosh and exploration for each Camp. Every week we take child in a safe and nurtur- on a new theme, and around ing environment. Our coun- each theme, we offer a variselors, 90 percent of whom ety of activities and events at are Princeton Day School age-appropriate levels. At the students or alumni, will fos- center of it all is a connection ter creativity and plain old to nature deeply felt by both fun with our campers. We our campers and our staff. Our camp is offered to are licensed by the state of New Jersey and accredited students from Pre-K (beginby the American Camp As- ning at 4 years old) through sociation, whose standards eighth grade. Normal camp cover all aspects of summer hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday (except camp operations.

Town Topics for June 20 and July 4, when we are closed). Parents in need of a longer camp day for their children may register for our Extra Camp program. PFC Extra Camp runs from 7 to 8 a.m. and 4:30 to 6 p.m., features games and activities run by our camp staff, and makes for a relaxing, fun-filled way to begin or end a busy day of camp. Princeton Montessori School SummerQuest SummerQuest at Princeton Montessori School is a wholesome, stimulating, nur turing experience for your child. For children from 18 months through those entering third grade, our Toddler, Primary, and Elementary programs offer age-appropriate fun in a safe and caring environment. The summer program is unique and separate from the school year, in that the novel experiences we design for your children revolve around: outdoor time, arts and crafts, special visitors, theater, and favorite traditions including gardening and “Splash - Fest” days. There’s plenty of time for daydreaming and unstructured play with new and familiar friends. Pr inceton Montessor i S chool follows t he CO VID-19 guidelines set by NJDOH and CDC. We successfully held in-person sessions for the last two summers and safely re-opened all programs in September

2020 for in-person learning, five days a week. FullDay and Part-Day options are available between 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. 4 87 Ch e r r y Va l l e y Road. ( 609 ) 924 - 4594 ; summerquest. Rambling Pines Day Camp A summer day camp like no other. Your kids deserve the best. The best supervision, the best activities, the best friends, the best memories. Welcome to Rambling Pines Day Camp in Hopewell. Founded by the Jordan family in 1976, Rambling Pines is dedicated to creating a fun, safe and nurturing environment, with age-appropriate programs for children from ages 3 to 15. Rambling Pines Day Camp is located on 225 acres of fields and woods in the nearby Sourland Mountains. We have four beautiful heated swimming pools, airconditioned interior spaces, and activities to suit every child’s likes and abilities. We offer aquatics, athletics, performing arts, creative ar ts, outdoor education, horseback riding, and so much more. Each program provides structured activities chosen for your child’s age group, along with welltrained and caring counselors and all the fun and excitement your child needs for the perfect summer. Continued on Next Page

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To make the summer a little easier for parents, we offer complimentary doorto-door bus service, flexible camp schedules, and a modified program available to preschoolers. A nutritious and delicious lunch is provided daily. Visit Solebury School StarCatchers Theater & Scenic Arts Camps Nestled on 140 acres, Solebur y School hosts a t hree -week T heater and Scenic Ar ts Camp. Each program is led by dedicated and highly experienced staff who are passionate about the theater experience from auditions to the final curtain. All levels of ability, from the novice to the accomplished thespian, are welcome. Theater Camp: Campers will experience the theatrical process from start to finish as they collaborate to produce a musical theater per for mance. T he 2022 production will be The Little Mermaid. Their journey will include instruction in acting, singing, and dancing, as well as how to put it all together to form strong characters for our performance. Whether your child is going on stage for the first time or is a seasoned veteran, they will thoroughly enjoy this camp and will cap off their experience with performances at Solebury School on the final days of camp: two on Friday, July 15 and two on Saturday, July 16, in Solebury’s Performing Arts Center. Theater Camp is for rising fourth grade through rising

12th grade students, and runs from June 27 to July 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $975 for all three weeks per camper. Scenic Arts Camp: Highlights of the program include creating props from a variety of materials that help bring a magical world to life; developing scenic painting techniques, turning raw materials into a beautiful land that transports the audience into the action; learning the basics of lighting design to enhance the look of the sets and light the action of the show; and gaining experience work ing backstage while running multiple live shows in front of an audience. This program runs in conjunction with the StarCatchers Theater Camp and will provide technical support for their shows. Attendance is mandatory for all four shows. For more information, v isit solebur / about/summer/starcatcherstheatercamp. Terhune Orchards E xperience life on the far m ! Terhune Orchards welcomes children to enjoy a unique, fun-filled week of summer camp on a picturesque, 250-acre working family farm. Campers discover how a farm operates through fun, interactive, and educational activities. Campers will take advantage of our beautiful surroundings, streams, nature trail, and fields, and get a closer look at our resident wildlife and barnyard friends. In addition, campers cultivate a children’s garden, enjoy wagon rides, exper ience t he har vest,

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