Patch Picks: Summer Camps
It's time to start registering. Here are five great summer camps to consider.
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With the weather getting warmer, it's time to consider registering the kids for camps this summer and spring vacation. In no particular order, here are some interesting choices.
A staple in South Easton for 47 years, maplewood offers just about everything you could imagine in terms of fun and constructive activities.
Located on 30 wooded acres in South Easton, their expansive indoor and outdoor facilities along with our diverse program provide children with opportunities to learn, socialize, and have fun.
THere will be an open house on Saturday, March 19, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. There will be a petting zoo, rock climbing, gymnastics, arts & crafts, gym games and more.
In it's 33rd year, College Acadamy down the road at Stonehill offers an excellent option.
Through their desire to experience a summer full of unique and exciting challenges each participant embraces the opportunity to discover a diverse, project based curriculum developed by each of our creative instructors.
There will be an open house this coming Sunday from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Learn about the summer camp offerings for activities including arts and crafts, archery, sports, boating, dance, pioneering and more.
The closest camp to home is in Stoughton, but the YMCA offers a variety of summer camps throughout the area.
Camp Clark in Plymouth, Camp Satucket in East Bridgewater, Camp Yomechas in Middleboro, Camp Massasoit in Brockton, and summer day camp in Stoughton are all good options. YMCA Camp offers boys and girls a diverse mix of exciting and challenging day programs for the summer.
For those more interested in the performing arts, Camp Glee in Franklin offers an excellent option.
The Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) will offer “Camp GLEE,” July 25 through July 29. This program is open to children in grades 5-12. Registration for summer programs begins March 7.
If we have left anything off the list, please add to it in our comment section. Don't hesitate to comment and let us know what your favorite option is, too.