Summer Listings: From Arts to Sleepaway to Study Camps

Arts Camps

Actors’ NET of Bucks County, 635 North Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville 19067. 215-295-3694; fax, 215-295-3694. www.actorsnetbucks.org. ActorsNET@aol.com.

Summer Stars Theater Training Program: Acting, voice, and dance workshop for kids age 7 to 12 in the morning and ages 13 to 17 in the afternoon. Four-week courses concludes with a full-length custom-written musical comedy.

Allentown Children’s Theater, 27 High Street, Allentown 08501. 609-259-7369; www.allentownchildrenstheater.com. allentowntheater@verizon.net.

Musical theater at Upper Freehold Elementary has been offered in the past. Call for information.

American Boychoir School, 19 Lambert Drive, Princeton 08540. 609-924-5858; fax, 609-924-5812. www.americanboychoir.org. camp@americanboychoir.org.

Camp Albemarle is a co-educational, day and boarding summer music camp for 7 to 14 year-olds, with or without musical training. No auditions are held. Two-week sessions culminating in musicianship and choral concerts, include traditional camp activities. America Boychoir Experience, a one-week camp for boys ages 9 to 12, is new in 2009.

American Repertory Ballet’s Princeton Ballet School, 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7758; fax, 609-921-3249. www.arballet.org. cbellis@arballet.org.

Summer Intensive, a residential program in dance for ages 13 and up by audition. (Day only for age 13). Monday, June 22, to Friday, July 24. Also, Intensive Intermediate, Monday, June 22, to Friday, July 31; and Intensive Junior, Monday, June 29, to Friday, July 24. Some by audition.

Appel Farm Summer Arts Camp, 457 Shirley Road, Box 888, Elmer 08318. 856-358-2472; fax, 856-358-6513. www.appelfarm.org. camp@appelfarm.org.

Residential arts program with two, four, and eight-week sessions for ages 9 to 17. Music, dance, theater, visual arts, photography, creative, writing, recording arts, and video. Two-weeks sessions begin Sundays, June 28 and July 26; $2,"500; four-week sessions begin Sundays, June 28 and July 26, $5,"000; eight-week session, Sunday to Friday, June 28 to August 21, $7,"300.

Arden Theatre Company, 40 North 2nd Street, Philadelphia. 215-922-1122; www.ardentheatre.org. mmullin@ardentheatre.org.

Summer Theater Camp for grades 1 to 5. One week sessions from Monday, June 22 to Friday, August 14, $360. Musical Theater Camp for grades 6 to 12, three weeks, Monday, July 13 for Friday,"31, $800.

Art Collaborations, 61 Leigh Avenue, Princeton 08542. 609-430-1036; heather@artcollaborations.net.

Day camp for grades 1 to 6 in Princeton.

Arts Council of Princeton, 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton Shopping Center, Princeton 08540. 609-924-8777; fax, 609-921-0008. www.artscouncilofprinceton.org. jsauer@artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Art and drama programs will be held at Princeton Junior School, 90 Fackler Road, Lawrenceville. Extended hours and scholarships are available.

Arts Youniversity, 4 Tennis Court, Hamilton 08619. 609-586-3008; fax, 609-586-3105. www.artsyouniversity.com. artsyouniversity@aol.com.

Broadway Babies day camp for ages 3 to 6, Monday to Friday, July 20 to 25, and July 27 to 31, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., $225 per week. On Broadway day camp for ages 7 to 12 offers performing arts with classes in dancing, acting, and singing. Costuming, props, sets, makeup, and production for “High School Musical,” July 6 to 11; “Annie,” July 13 to 18; “High School Musical 2,” July 20 to 25; “Wizard of Oz,” July 27 to 31; “High School Musical 3,” August 3 to 7. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., $300 per week.

Summer Stock for teens ages 12 to 18 presents “Grease” through audition process, $200. Company Intensive for ages 13 to 18, Monday to Friday, August 24 to 28, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., $250.

New York City Experience for ages 13 to 18 includes train fare, two dance classes, a Broadway show ticket, dinner, one night hotel, $250. Script to Screen Movie Camp for ages 11 to 17, Monday to Sunday, July 13 to 19. $450 include camp, film equipment and materials, dinners, screening, and DVD.

The Clay Garden, 34 Second Street, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-2637; fax, 609-466-2637. www.theclaygarden.com. theclaygarden@gmail.com.

For ages 5 to 16 to create functional pottery and sculptural art work and decorate it with food-safe colors and glazes. Ages 10 and up will learn how to throw on potter’s wheel. Monday, June 14, to Friday, August 28. Full and half day programs.

Community Christian Choir, Box 9486, Trenton 08650. 609-587-7076; www.ccchoir.com. ccchoir@verizon.net.

Christian music and arts camp for ages 9 to 15. Held at First Presbyterian Church of Hamilton Square, 3550 Nottingham Way, Hamilton.

Cranbury Arts Council, 183 North Main Street, Cranbury 08512. 609-655-1705; www.cranbury.org/clubs/artscouncil.

Art and Technology Camp for ages 10 to 15. Computer graphics, filmmaking, jazz band, fashion design, musical theater, arts and crafts.

The Dance Connection, 1 Jill Court, Hillsborough 08844. 908-874-8800; www.danceconnectionnj.com. move@danceconnectionnj.com.

Storybook dance for ages 3 to 6; ballet and hip-hop for ages 5 to 18; and a two-week intensive program for age 7 and up.

Dance Corner Inc., 335 Princeton-Hightstown Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-9677; fax, 609-716-9418.

Dance Corner II LLC, 10 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-9677; fax, 609-716-9418. www.thedancecorner.org. thedancecorner@aol.com.

Dynamic Dance Camp for ages 5 to 14 includes ballet, hip hop, tap, jazz, lyrical, and acro/jazz. Monday to Fridays, July 6 to 17, and July 20 to 31. Half day, $225; full day, $400. Thomas Grover Middle School, Village Road, West Windsor.

Dance Expo, 217 Clarksville Road, Box 67, West Windsor 08550. 609-799-7744; fax, 609-655-8572. Also, 572 Route 130, Box 67, East Windsor 08520. 609-371-2828; fax, 609-655-8572. www.danceexpo.org. classinfo5678@aol.com.

Classes in preschool, jazz, hip hop, tap, and ballet. Also evening classes and weekly theme day camp for ages three and up.

EnCorp Inc. Theater School, Box 709, Buckingham 18912. 215-262-1232; www.encorpinc.org.

Broadway Memories theater camp features singing, dancing, and acting with stage professionals at Villa Victoria in Ewing.

Firehouse Art Camp, 8 Walnut Street, Bordentown 08505. 609-298-3743; www.firehousegallery.com. lovsart@aol.com.

Art classes for ages 7 to 16. Half and full day programs beginning Monday, June 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cartooning, sculpture, drawing, painting, illustration, faces and places, abstract art and experimentation, and a new program to write and illustrate a book. $120 for a half day week; $240 for a full day week. All supplies included. Scholarships are available.

Galaxy of Dance, 51 Everett Drive, West Windsor 08550. www.galaxyofdance.com.

Jazz, hip hop, lyrical, contemporary, tap, ballet, and pointe. Musical theater. Several one-day events scheduled.

George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick 08901. 732-846-2895; fax, 732-247-9151. www.gsponline.org. education@georgestplayhouse.org.

One-day workshops for ages 6 to 11; teen seminars for ages 12 to 17 for half or full days. One and two-week theater classes for ages 5 to 12. Two-week teen workshop to explore the full range of theater production. One-week teen conservatory for acting.

Highland Studio, Box 40, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-3475; fax, 609-466-3475. www.karenmclean.com. Karen@karenmclean.com.

Summer art workshops with digital photography, drawing, and painting for ages 7 to 17.

The Hun School of Princeton, 176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7600; fax, 609-683-4410. www.hunschool.org. admiss@hunschool.org.

Day camp, for boys and girls ages 5 to 12, June 29 to July 31, $2,"645 for five weeks; academic session features small group instruction, traditional grading, and individual attention, June 29 to July 31, $5,"023 for resident program; American Culture and Language Institute, a program for international students wishing to improve their English skills while enjoying American culture, June 30 to August 1, $6,"540; baseball and basketball camps, for boys, ages 8 to 15, August 3 to 7, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. All camps are Monday to Friday. Students, 13 and up, may live on campus for the academic session and for the American Culture and Language Institute. Open house on Sunday, March 1, noon to 3 p.m.

Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center Street, Clinton 08809. 908-735-8415; fax, 908-735-8416. www.hunterdonartmuseum.org. cara@hunterdonartmuseum.org.

For artists ages 4 to 14. Mornings, afternoons, and full days. Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 21.

KidzArt, 791 Newtown-Yardley Road, Newtown . 609-918-1300;

Art camp focuses on drawing, sculpture, and a variety of mediums. July and August, 9 a.m. to noon.

McCarter Theater Center Summer Program, 91 University Place, Princeton 08540. 609-258-8289; fax, 609-497-0369. www.McCarter.org. firststage@mccarter.org.

Programs include Spark the Imagination for kindergarten to grade 3, Monday to Friday, July 13 to 24, $450; and Summer Shakespeare for grades 9 to 12, Monday to Friday, July 6 to August 8 with weekend performances (by audition on Tuesday, March 24). Programs for grades 4 to 8 include Adventure Theater, July 6 to 17; Acting in Style, July 20 to 31; and Musical Theater, August 3 to 14, $750 each.

Tomato Patch Performing Arts Workshops, Box B, West Windsor 08550. 609-570-3333; fax, 609-470-3843. www.mccc.edu. getlik@mccc.edu.

Summer workshops in theater, dance, music, and visual arts for grades 5 to 12. Both conclude with a Festival of the Arts featuring performances and an art exhibit.

Mercer County School of the Performing Arts, Box B, Trenton 08690. 609-586-3550; www.mcls.edu. rmurphy@mcls.edu.

Fame is for grades 7 to 9 interested in dance, drama, and vocal music.

Opera New Jersey, 14 Washington Road, Building 6, Box 3151, Princeton Junction 08543. 609-799-7700; fax, 609-799-7703. www.njot.org. info@njot.org.

Explorations in opera, a day camp to explore the plot, setting, and characters through theater games and improvisation, also include stage management, costume design, lighting, and set construction. Brown bag lunch. Contact Peter Hoyle at phoyle@opera-nj.org for specific information not yet available.

New Jersey Performing Arts Center, One Center Street, Newark 071023. 973-297-5838; fax, 973-648-6724. www.njpac.org. artseducation@njpac.org.

Summer youth performance workshop and NJ Youth Theater Summer Musical program. Register by Monday, March 2, for auditions Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 29, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

New Jersey School of Ballet, 15 Microlab Road, Livingston 07039. 973-597-9600; www.njschoolofballet.com.

Intensive workshop, Monday to Friday, July 13 to August 21; performance on Saturday, August 22.

Peddie School, South Main Street, Box A, Hightstown 08520. 609-490-7532; fax, 609-944-7910. www.peddie.org. jgreen@peddie.org.

Summer theater camp for ages 12 to 15, from Monday, July 6 to Saturday, July 18, and Monday, July 20 to Saturday, August 1, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Green Apple Theater features one week camps for ages 8 to 11, Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 31. Intern positions are available for ages 15 and up.

Pennington Dance, 131 Burd Street, Pennington 08534. 609-737-7596; www.penningtondance.com. info@penningtondance.com.

Young dancers, ages 4 to 8, explore dances and culture from around the globe through crafts, storytelling, and music, 9:15 to 11:45 a.m.

Playwrights Theater Camp, 33 Green Village Road, 1295, Madison 07940. 973-514-1787 ext. 21; fax, 973-514-2060. www.ptnj.org. asarian@ptnj.org.

Creative Arts Academy’s Summer Theater Camp includes five two-week sessions for students ages 4 to 18.

Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart, 1128 Great Road, Princeton 08540. 609-921-6499; fax, 609-921-9198. www.princetonacademy.org. tvonoehsen@princetonacademy.org.

Clown Academy for students from grades 4 to 12. Features miming, pie-throwing, slapstick, pratfalls, make-up, unicycling, juggling, stilt-walking, costuming, tumbling, and acrobatics. Monday, July 13, to Friday, July 24, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Giants Youth Football Camp, for ages 6 to 14, Monday to Friday, July 6 to 10, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., $435.

Princeton Dance & Theater Studio, 116 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540. 609-514-1600; www.princetondance.com. info@princetondance.com.

Summer intensive for ages 10 and up with ballet, pointe, partnering, pilates, jazz, modern, and musical theater, Monday, June 29, to Friday, July 31, $2,"500. Four-week program begins Monday, July 6, $1,"500. By audition. Boarding for ages 13 and up at the Hun School, $1,"900.

Red Green Blue True Color Creations, 4 Hulfish Street, Princeton 08542. 609-683-5100; www.redgreenblueonline.com. info@redgreenblueonline.com.

Mixed media including glass fusing, mosaic, sculpture, painting, and games. Ages 6 to 12. 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Extended session available. Snack provided. $289 per week. June 15 to September 4. Day sessions, July 6 to August 7, $79 per day.

Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison 07940. 973-408-3980; fax, 973-408-3361. www.shakespearenj.org. jbgrant@shakespearenj.org.

Junior Corps, a two-week acting program for ages 11 to 14, includes hands-on training for the stage, movement, stage combat, scene study, and Shakespeare’s text, Monday to Saturday, July 13 to 25; and July 27 to August 8, $600.

Senior Corps, a three-week program for ages 14 to 17, has an enhanced focus on Shakespeare, the rehearsal process, and performance techniques. Begins Monday, June 22, and August 10, $700. Audition required for Senior Corps. The Summer Professional Training Program, an 11-week program, is $3,"200 including housing. Application deadline is Friday, May 1. The Intern Company provides young artists an opportunity to develop skills in a regional theater, no tuition, housing available.

Summer Vocal Institute, High School North, Plainsboro 08536. 609-443-5760;

Two-week course for serious singers from high school sophomores to college freshman. Monday to Friday, June 29 to July 10, and July 13 to July 24. $650 per session.

Taubenslag Productions, 496 Taylor Place, North Brunswick 08902. ; www.taubenslagproductions.com. michael@taubenslagproductions.com.

Theater camp with half and full-day programs, two to eight-week sessions.

That Pottery Place, 217 Clarksville Road, West Windsor 08550. 609-716-6200; www.thatpotteryplace.biz. potteryplace@aol.com.

10 one-week sessions for ages 5 to 14.

VSA Arts of New Jersey, 703 Jersey Avenue, New Brunswick 08901. 732-745-3885; fax, 732-745-4524. www.vsanj.org. info@vsanj.org.

Fine arts program at Mercer College, open to Mercer residents ages 8 to 21 with a disability.

Villagers Theater, 475 DeMott Lane, Box 6175, Somerset 08875. 732-873-3009; fax, 732-873-1149. www.villagerstheatre.com. donna@villagerstheatre.com.

Summer theater arts training for ages 6 to 16 includes acting, dance, movement, vocal training, music, and production arts, with live theatrical productions. Extended day available.

Westminster Conservatory of Music, 101 Walnut Lane, Princeton 08540. 609-921-7104; fax, 609-921-7296. www.rider.edu/conservatory. wccconserv@rider.edu.

Music and performance for age two to adult. Most are one-week sessions. Piano, vocal, flute, composition, guitar, organ, strings, jazz piano, and musical theater. Musical Theater Academy for grades 1 to 8, audition required. Ancient Ancestors of Modern Instruments for grades 9 to 12, is new this year. Chamber Music Camp for ages 16 and up. Guitar camp for grades 7 and 8.

Young Audiences of New Jersey, 200 Forrestal Road, Princeton 08540. 609-243-9000; fax, 609-243-8999. www.yanj.org. info@yanj.org.

Call for information about summer programs.

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick 08901. 732-932-7237, ext. 615; fax, 732-932-8201. www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu. linfoley@rci.rutgers.edu.

Summer art camps from Monday to Friday, June 29 to July 31.

Day Camps

Black Bear Lake Daycamp, 457 Stage Coach Road, Millstone Township 08510. 609-259-1777; fax, 609-259-2248. www.blackbearlake.com. info@blackbearlake.com.

Horseback riding, fishing, boating, photography, and mountain boarding for ages 4 to 14. Daily swim lesson and free swim in three heated pools. Transportation, hot lunch, horseback riding, and towel service included. Monday, June 29, to Friday, August 21.

Blawenburg Village Preschool, Box 153, Blawenburg 08504. 609-466-6600; fax, 609-466-3118. www.bvspreschool.com. bvspre_Sharon@mac.com.

Summer camp for ages 3 to 6, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Preschool and full day kindergarten with Christian teachings during the school year.

Camp Gan Israel, 731 Princeton Kingston Road, Princeton 08540. 609-252-0124; fax, 609-252-0114. www.princetonchabad.org. chabadmerc@aol.com.

Boys ages 3 to 9, girls ages 3 to 12, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jewish day camp located at Princeton Junior School.

Cedarville Country Day Camp, 148 Cedarville Road, East Windsor 08520. 609-448-3881; fax, 609-448-8726. www.cedarville.com. info@cedarville.com.

Half day, full day, and extended day sessions for ages 3 to 13. Three to five days a week, four to eight weeks. Softball, lacrosse, basketball, tennis, trips, golf, soccer, pools, electives, and trip program. Transportation and extended day available. Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 14.

Chapin School, 4101 Princeton Pike, Princeton 08540. 609-924-2449; fax, 609-924-2364. www.chapinschool.org. inquiries@chapinschool.org.

Summer program for Chapin students only.

Chesterbrook Academy, 108 Woodward Road, Manalapan 07726. 732-446-1379; www.chesterbrook.com. patricia.rogove@nlc.edu.

Camp Zone, day camp for pre-school to grade 8. Musical stage productions, young business entrepreneurs, culinary arts, sports, chess, golf, bowling, swimming, trips. Monday, June 15, to Friday, August 28.

Country Roads Day Camp, 139 Pinebrook Road, Manalapan. 732-446-4100; fax, 732-786-1072. www.countryroadsdaycamp.com. info@countryroadsdaycamp.com.

Four, six, and eight-week sessions. Door-to-door busing, hot lunch, and towel service. CIT program. Mini, half, and full days for ages 3 to 5. Monday, June 29, to Friday, August 21. Open house Saturday, February 21, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

CYO Day Camp, 453 Yardville Allentown Road, Yardville 08620. 609-585-4280; www.cyomercer.org. info@cyomercer.org.

Day camp under the auspices of Catholic Youth Organization. Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 21.

ESF Summer Camps at Lawrenceville School, 750 East Haverford Road, Bryn Mawr 19010. 610-581-7100; fax, 610-581-7040. www.esfcamps.com. srourke@esfcamps.com.

Coeducational camps at Lawrenceville School include a day camp for ages 4 to 8; sports camp for ages 7 to 14; and senior camp for ages 9 to 15. Extended day, swim instruction, academic tutoring, and sports instruction available. Monday, June 22 to Friday, August 21. Open house Sunday, February 22, and April 26.

Eagle River Day Camp, 1470 Perrineville Road, Monroe 08831. 609-448-5885; fax, 609-448-0029. www.eagleriverdaycamp.com. mailbag@eagleriverdaycamp.com.

Co-educational for ages 3 to 15 features four to eight week programs. Door-to-door transportation included. Trip program for grades six to eight. Mini program for ages 3 to 6 available. LIT and CIT for grades nine and ten. Daily hot lunch available. Pool for swimming and lake for boating. Monday, June 29, to Friday, August 21, 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. Extended day available. Open house Sunday, February 22.

East Windsor Township, 16 Lanning Boulevard, East Windsor 08520. 609-443-4000; fax, 609-443-8303. www.east-windsor.nj.us.

Registration begins on Monday, March 16, for Township residents. Non-residents register on May 11.

Fernbrook Farms Education Center, 146 Bordentown Georgetown Road, Chesterfield 08515. www.fernbrookfarms.com. eric@fernbrookfarms.com.

Fiddleheads Day Camp focuses on nature, history, and ecology on a working farm for ages 6 to 11. Young Stewards Summer Enrichment Program focuses on agricultures, ecology, and community with field trips to discover the natural diversity in the Pine Barrens, on the coastline, and on the waterways. Last week in June to Labor Day. 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended days available.

Frogbridge Day Camp, 7 Yellow Meeting House Road, Millstone Township 08514. 609-208-9050; www.frogbridge.com. info@frogbridge.com.

Day camp for ages 3 to 15 in four, six, or eight-week sessions. Extended hours available. Mini week for ages 3 to 6. Day trips for seventh to ninth grades, Overnights for ninth and tenth grades. CIT program. Transportation, bathing suit laundering, and hot lunch included. Baseball and soccer academies. Monday, June 29, to Friday, August 21. Open house Saturday, March 7, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

George School, 1690 Newtown-Langhorne Road, Box 4000, Newtown 18940. 215-968-3811; fax, 215-579-6579. www.georgeschool.org. campconcepts@comcast.net.

Day Camp for ages 6 to 14 includes kayaking, computers, mountain biking, nature, and off-campus trips. Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 7. Seven weeks with transportation, $3,"050. Extended hours available.

Girl Scouts of Central and Southern NJ, 40 Brace Road, Cherry Hill 08034. 800-582-7692; www.gscsnj.org. vallen@gscnj.org.

Camp Sacajawea, a day and resident camp, is for girls entering second grade and up. Oak Spring Girl Scout Day Camp, 228 Weston Road, Somerset 08873, is a day camp for girls ages 5 to 17 including swimming, boating, traditional camp skills and crafts, biking, leadership skills, science, drama, sewing, and cooking.

Hamilton Township Recreation, 2388 Kuser Road, Hamilton 08690. 609-890-4028; fax, 609-890-4032. www.hamiltonnj.com.

Camps begin in June. Check website for updated information.

Hamilton YMCA, 185 Sawmill Road, Hamilton 08620. 609-581-9622; www.hamiltonymca.org. info@hamiltonymca.org.

Day camp for kindergarten to grade 8. Monday to Friday, June 18 to August 28, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Extended day available.

Harmony Schools/Foxmoor, 2022 Washington Boulevard, Robbinsville 08691. 609-443-7575; fax, 609-443-6911. www.harmonyschools.com. info@harmonyschools.com.

Day camp for ages 3 to 9.

Howell Living History Farm, 101 Hunter Road, Titusville 08560. 609-737-3299; fax, 609-737-6524. www.howellfarm.org. kbrilla@mercercounty.org.

Farm camp to help with chores including feeding animals, shelling and grinding corn, and gathering eggs. Fiber camp concentrates on sheep care, shearing, spinning, weaving, and felting.

Ivy League Day Camp, 140 Gordon’s Corner Road, Box 735, Manalapan 07726. 732-446-7305; fax, 732-446-5623. www.ivyleaguedaycamp.com. info@ivyleaguedaycamp.com.

Swimming, sports, camp activities. Half and full days. Teen travel camp. Includes transportation and lunch.

Jewish Community Center Princeton Mercer Bucks, 4 Princess Road, Lawrenceville 08648. 609-219-9550; fax, 609-219-9040. www.JCCtoday.org. sweiner@jcctoday.org.

Camp Abrams for age three to grade five, four to eight week sessions. Sports, arts, music, crafts, Jewish heritage, and Israeli culture. Extended days available. Specialty camps in sports, arts, and adventure, Transportation, lunch, and snack included. CIT program. Half day camp for ages two to four. Camp located at Rider University, runs Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 14. Teen Travel Camp for grades 6 to 10 has daily trips to beaches, amusement parks, theater, sports events, and museums.

Liberty Lake Day Camp, 1195 Florence-Columbus Road, 370, Columbus 08022. 609-499-7820; www.libertylakedaycamp.com. fun@LibertyLakeDayCamp.com.

Athletics, fine and performing arts, boating, fishing, photography, archery, golf, rock climbing, rocketry, and mountain boarding. For kindergarten through ninth grade. Transportation, extended hours, trips, and hot lunch included. Monday, June 22 to Friday, August 24.

Lucky Dog Day Camp, 24 Elm Ridge Road, Pennington 08534. diggingdog@aol.com.

Nature based one-week program for ages 4 to 10. Sessions begin on Mondays, July 13 and 20, Monday to Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $325 for one week, $600 for two weeks.

Meadowbrook Country Day Camp, 73 East Valley Brook Road, Long Valley 07853. 908-876-3429; fax, 908-876-4635. www.meadowbrookdaycmap.com. info@meadowbrookdaycamp.com.

Riding, archery, performing arts, swimming in heated pool, sports, computers, bumper boats, for ages 3 to 15. Four weeks program. Transportation included. Also a teen program with day trips.

Mercer County Catholic Youth Organization, 920 South Broad Street, Trenton 08611. 609-396-8383; fax, 609-392-8419. www.cyomercer.org. CYOMercer@aol.com.

Yardville Day Camp, Monday to Friday, June 22 to August 21. Located on 23 wooded acres along Doctor’s Creek in Yardville, for ages 5 to 12, in full and extended day three-week sessions. Arts and crafts, nature study, sports, recreational games, swimming lessons, free swim, field trips and more. Lunch, snack and transportation provided, nurse on staff.

Mercer County Community College, Nautilus Fitness Center, Box B, Trenton 08690. 609-570-3311; fax, 609-570-3875. www.mccc.edu.

Camp College: Study six age-appropriate courses from more than 60 selections including art, foreign language, swim instruction, performing arts, writing, art, and sports. Three and four-week sessions for ages 6 to 16 beginning Monday, June 22. Optional Friday Fun Days and extended days are available. $975.

Sports camps for ages 7 to 17 include mountain biking, baseball, softball, basketball, golf, hockey, lacrosse, soccer, and tennis. One-week sessions begin Monday, June 22.

Specialty Camps include one week interactive workshops in arts and sciences, crafts, culinary, marine biology, archaeology and paleontology, computers, and science. Half and full day programs, four and five days. Friday fun days, before and after camp available. Begins Monday, June 22.

Open house events are Saturdays, February 21, March 28, and April 25, from noon to 2 p.m.

Middlesex County College, 2600 Woodbridge Avenue, Box 3050, Edison 08818. 732-548-6000; www.middlesexcc.edu.

A variety of week-long special interest camps, including arts, theater, sports, and magic, for ages 6 to 18. Half, full, and extended days available. Open house Sunday, March 1, from 1 to 4 p.m.

Middlesex 4-H, 645 Cranbury Road, South Brunswick 08536. 732-398-5264; www.co.middlesex.nj.us. bovitz@aesop.rutgers.edu.

One week program for grades 3 to 7, Monday to Friday, July 13 to 17. $155.

Mill Road Day Camp, 74 Davidsons Mill Road, North Brunswick 08902. 732-821-9155; fax, 732-821-5196. www.millroaddaycamp.com. millroad@millroaddaycamp.com.

Day camp for ages 3 to 5. Three and five day mini camps available. Extended hours available.

Miriam Morris Private School, 3332 South Broad Street, Hamilton 08610. 609-585-7223; fax, 609-585-2217.

Swimming, games, and crafts for pre-school to age 12, full or extended day.

Montessori Corner Country Day, 72 Grovers Mill Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-7990; www.MontessoriCorner.org. MontessoriCorner@aol.com.

Camp features a flexible programs for ages 18 months to 10 years. Arts, outdoor education, literature, music, and drama. Indoor pool allows daily swim instruction. Camp at the Country Day Campus.

Camp Shadyrest, 187 Crosswicks-Chesterfield Road, Trenton 08620. 609-298-1244; fax, 609-324-1554. www.shadyrest.org. camp@shadycrest.org.

Day camp for ages 5 to 14 located at Shadyrest Bible Church in Chesterfield. Monday, June 22, to Friday, August 14.

New Jersey Museum of Agriculture, 103 College Farm Road, Box 7788, North Brunswick 08902. 732-249-2077; fax, 732-247-1035. www.agriculturemuseum.org. info@agriculturemuseum.org.

Week-long camps for ages 6 to 11.

Oak Crest Country Day Camp, 92 Cortelyou Lane at Route 27, Somerset 08873. 732-297-2000; fax, 732-821-5017. www.oakcrestdaycamp.com. info@oakcrestdaycamp.com.

Full, and part-time programs for ages 3 to 15. Four, five, six, seven, or eight-week sessions. Transportation and hot lunch. Extended day available. Golf, archery, swimming, bumper boats, mountain biking, and arts. CIT program. Open house, Sunday, February 22, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Old Barracks Museum, 101 Barrack Street, Trenton 08608. 609-396-1776; fax, 609-777-4000. www.barracks.org. barracks@voicenet.com.

Muster into George Washington’s Patriot Army to sing, dance, march, and drill. For boys and girls ages 9 to 12. $190 per week. Monday to Friday, July 13 to 17, and July 20 to July 24, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. $190 per week.

PEAC Health & Fitness, 1440 Lower Ferry Road, Ewing 08618. 609-883-2000; fax, 609-883-2070. www.PEAChealthfitness.com. vmlopenzina@peachealthfitness.com.

KidsKamp program features eight one-week sessions for ages 6 to 14. Half and extended day available. Monday to Friday, June 29 to August 20. Full day, $225 per week; half day, $150 per week.

Pennsbury Manor, 400 Pennsbury Memorial Road, Morrisville 19067. 215-946-0400; fax, 215-310-1011. www.pennsburymanor.org. info@pennsburymanor.org.

Colonial camp for grades 1 to 6, one-week sessions with hands-on history, candle making, arts and crafts, and games.

Pinky Toes Party Palace, 2350 Route 33, Robbinsville 08691. 609-920-9264; www.pinkytoespartypalace.com. killirubino@pinkytoespartypalace.com.

All-inclusive girls themed tea parties, pajama parties, dazzle your room parties, and fashion parties for ages four and up. Promotes social relationships, work ethics, and responsbility with young girls. Summer camps include “Camp Pinky Toes,” ages 6 and up; “Courtesy for Kids,” ages 7 to 10; and “Confidence is Cool,” ages 10 to 13. $160 to $170 per week.

Plainsboro Preserve, c/o New Jersey Audubon Society, Cranbury 08512. 609-897-9400; fax, 609-897-0287. www.njaudubon.org/centers/Plainsboro/. plainsboro@njaudubon.org.

One-week sessions for grades 1 to 6.

Plainsboro Township Recreation, 641 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-0909; www.plainsboronj.com. pmillen@plainsboronj.com.

Day camp for ages 4 to 17. Junior Ranger Program, Lenape Trailblazers Camp, Youth Police Academy, theater, aquatics, basketball, tennis, cross-training, lacrosse, fencing, and soccer.

Princeton Alliance Church, 20 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro 08536. 609-799-9000; fax, 609-799-5650. www.princetonalliance.org. jcapre@princetonalliance.org.

Monday to Friday, August 3 to 7, 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Free. @real:

Princeton Day School, The Great Road, Box 75, Princeton 08542. 609-924-6700; fax, 609-924-8944. www.pds.org. summerprograms@pds.org.

Co-educational for ages 3 to 18 beginning Monday, June 15. One to four week camps in academics, arts, adventure, and athletics. Half day, full day, extended day, residential, and travel camps. Programs include writing workshops, computers, Lego robotics, world language, acting, math, chess, sculpture, drawing, ice hockey, tennis, lacrosse, volleyball, fencing, soccer, and photography. Adventure programs include canoeing, rock climbing, kayaking, and backpacking. CIT program and lunch available. Tuition by the course.

Princeton Friends School, 470 Quaker Road, Princeton 08540. 609-683-1194; fax, 609-252-0686. www.princetonfriendsschool.org. friends@princetonfriendsschool.org.

Nine one-week sessions for pre-K to eighth grade. Swimming, sports, arts, music, and field trips. Extended hours and swim lessons available. Open house Saturdays, March 14 and April 18.

Princeton Montessori School, 487 Cherry Valley Road, Princeton 08540. 609-924-4594; fax, 609-924-2216. www.princetonmontessori.org. mevans@pmonts.edu.

Day camp for infants through age 12.

Princeton Recreation Department, 380 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08540. 609-921-9480; fax, 609-688-2040. adminoff@princetonboro.org.

For Princeton borough and township residents only — general arts and crafts, swimming and sports for rising first to sixth graders, full and extended days. Travel camp for grades 6 to 10.

Princeton University Day Camp, Dillon Gym, Princeton 08544. 609-258-3533; fax, 609-258-2490. www.princetonedu/campusrec. pfeil@princeton.edu.

Day camp for ages 6 to 10 includes sports, field trips, swimming lessons, and free swim. Monday, June 222 to Friday, August 14, 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Extended hours available. Travel camps for ages 10 to 14. Monday, July 6 to Friday, August 7. Also available are boys, girls, and co-ed sports camps.

Rambling Pines Day Camp, Route 518, Box 3, Hopewell 08525. 609-466-1212; fax, 609-466-1196. www.ramblingpines.com. funsummers@aol.com.

Eight-week program with full, mini, or extended days featuring horseback, gymnastics, performing arts, computer, ropes, off-road biking, basketball, golf, and swimming. Lunch and transportation included. Ages 3 and up. $4,"595, eight weeks; $3,"025, four