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  • LITTLE ATHLETES CLUB CAMP. Chelsea Piers Connecticut, 1 Blanchley Rd., Stamford. Half days for campers ages 4-6. Two consecutive weeks participating in both swimming and tennis. 
  • DAY CAMP AND TRAVEL CAMP. Rye Brook Recreation. Day Camp is for boys and girls entering K-6th grade. Teen Travel Camp is for boys and girls entering 7th-9th grade. The early bird discounted rate ends Apr. 30--$960 for 6 weeks; $760 for additional child. Travel Camp is $1,690 for 6 weeks. Non-residents can sign up after May 1. For Day Camp call Kyle at 914/305-2948. For Travel Camp call Janice at 914/305-2947.

    CLAY ART CENTER SUMMER CAMPS. Clay Art Center, 40 Beech St., Port Chester. An enriching and exciting schedule of summer camps. This summer Clay Art Center offers 24 weekly, themed summer camps for ages 6-15. Camps offer young artists the chance to develop their imaginations and gain self-confidence while working in the transformational medium of clay and mixed media. Younger students ages 6-9 choose from exciting camps themes including "Puppetry", "ArCLAYology" and "Game On!" Older students age 10 and up use the potter's wheel as a tool to create unique functional and sculptural pieces of art during camps like "Reinventing the Wheel" and "Can You Handle It?". Parents can choose from half-day, morning or afternoon camps, or full-day camp including a supervised lunch break. Class size is limited to give students plenty of individual instruction and like-aged students are seated together. Port Chester residents with children in the Port Chester public school system are eligible to receive a 20% discount, and full and partial scholarships are also available. Scholarship applications are due the week before camp and can be found on at www, where there is also a full camp listing.

    PADDLE ADVENTURE CAMP. Rye Nature Center, 873 Boston Post Rd., Rye. Open to those entering grades 8-10. Sign up for one week or all three. Week 1: July 6-10; Week 2: July 13-17 and Week 3: July 20-24. Mon.-Fri., 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Whether you are an experienced kayaker or beginner, you will master the skills you need to get through lakes, rivers and the Long Island Sound. You will kayak through marshes, under train trestles and to islands. Portage through forests, hike rocky faces and learn how to read the water, the wind and the seather. Kayaks, lifejackets and paddles are provided. $600 per week. 914/967-5150.

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY PARKS SUMMER CAMPS. Perfect Pitch & Swing Baseball Camp. V.E. Macy Park, Ardsley. Five 1-week sessions beginning June 9 for ages 8-12. Training uses technique and innovative methods combining traditional skills with disciplines from other sports. Fee: $200 per week before May 29; $275 afterwards. For brochure and application call 914.231-4673. Slam Dunk Basketball Camp. Westchester County Center, 198 Central Ave. White Plains. For boys & girls ages 3-9. Four 1-week sessions beginning June 29. 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. (lunch is provided). $327 per session before June 27; $350 afterwards. 914/231-4673. Girls' Volleyball Camp. Westchester County Center, 198 Central Ave., White Plains. For grades 6-12. Two 1-week sessions beginning July 27 & Aug. 3. Grades 6-8, 3-5 p.m.; grades 9-12, 6-9 p.m. $150 per session for middle school; $200 for high school. 914/231-4673. Challenger Sports Soccer Camp. V.E. Macy Park, Ardsley For grades 1-9 in half and full day programs. $135-$249. Seven 1-week sessions beginning June 22. 914/714-8601 or Hole-in-One Junior Golf Camp. County golf courses: Dunwoodie, Sprain Lake, Hudson Hills, Maplemoor, Mohansic & Saxon Woods.. For kids 10-17. Camp meets for 2 hours four days per week. Taught by PGA professionals. $50 per session. Times and days vary at each course. Call 914/231-4673 for information.

    SUMMER THEATRE ACADEMY 2015. White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Pl., White Plains. Session 1: Zombie Prom, June 29-July 25. Session 2: Bye Bye Birdie. July 27-Aug. 22. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Students must be entering grades 5-12 in the fall of 2015. $1,250 per 4 week session. 914/328-1600;

    LMCTV SUMMER FILMMAKING WORKSHOPS. Larchmont, Mamaroneck Community Television, 740 W. Boston Post Rd., Mamaroneck. Workshop 1: Filmmaking. Make a movie that tells a story. Mon., June 29-Fri., July 17 (no session July 3). 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Workshop 2: Filmmaking. Mon., July 20-Fri., Aug. 7. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Geared for teens 13 & older. These workshops are an opportunity to learn hands-on filmmaking skills, from cinematography to scriptwriting to computer video editing. Participants will collectively conceive of, write a script for, shoot, direct and edit a short dramatic film using high definition video equipment, editing and scriptwriting software. $1100 for 3 weeks/$400 per week. Sibling and dual workshop discounts are available. 914/381-2002.

    THE PLAY GROUP THEATRE SUMMER CAMPS FOR KIDS AND TEENS. 1 N. Broadway, White Plains. Session 1: July 6. Session 2: July 27. Camp ends Aug. 12. Students can enroll in one or both sessions. For information about any of the programs offered go to or call 914/946-4433.

    • RYE BROOK RECREATION DAY CAMP. Crawford Park, 122 North Ridge St., Rye Brook. Mon.-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Spaces remain for the last three weeks of camp-July 21-25, July 28-Aug. 1 and Aug. 4-8. Meet new friends, go on trips and enjoy the remainder of the summer. $335 for 1 week ($255 additional child); $520 for 2 weeks ($420 additional child) and $645 for 3 weeks ($495 additional child). Day camp calendar can be found online at by clicking on the Forms/Publication tab and scrolling down to the Day Camp section. For information or to sign up call 914/305-2948 to speak to Kyle Thornton.
    • SUMMER CAMP 2014. Rye Nature Center, 873 Boston Post Rd., Rye. Ages 3½-13. July 21-25: Stories in the Land. Step into the past and delve into local natural history and learn about the land as archeologists. July 28-Aug. 1: You're a Real Character. RNC is holding its annual movie week at camp and directors, prop-makers, camera operators and movie stars are needed. They are on the lookout for superheroes to protect the nature center and environment from invasive plants to defend the native species. Aug. 4-8: Perfect Patterns Naturally. Discover natural designs in animals, heard in birdcalls or identified in animal behaviors. Learn about some of the identifying features and realize that in some cases patterns may look alike but are never identical. Evening program 1 week only, Aug. 11-15: Out Of This World. Explore gravity, the planets and what it would be like to live as an astronaut for a day. Each group will make its own spaceship. For information call 914/967-5150 or log on to
    • CLAY ART CENTER SUMMER CAMP. 40 Beech St., Port Chester. CAC offers 28 weekly, themed summer camps for ages 6-15. Camps offer young artists the chance to develop their imaginations and gain self-confidence while working in the transformational medium of clay. Younger students, ages 6-9, choose from exciting camp themes including "Colossal Coliseum," "Minecraft in Clay" and "Monsters, Myths and Magic." Older students, ages 10 & up use the potters' wheel as a tool to create unique functional and sculptural pieces of art during camps like "Reinventing the Wheel" and "Wheel Throwing Boot Camp." Parents can choose from half day, morning or afternoon camps or full day camp including a supervised lunch break. Class size is limited. Residents with children in the Port Chester public school system are eligible to receive a 20% discount. Full and partial scholarships are also available. For a full camp listing and to sign up go to
    • SUMMER THEATRE ACADEMY. White Plains Performing Arts Center, 11 City Pl., White Plains. For students in grades 5-12. Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. July 28-Aug. 23: Disney's "Beauty and the Beast." Youth and teens who live musical theater can spend the summer acting, singing and dancing while putting together a show on the main stage at the WPPAC's Summer Theatre Academy. Students spend their mornings in workshops with WPPAC Summer Academy staff and special guest teachers learning about auditioning, makeup, prop design, playwriting and improve and more. During afternoon sessions student actors rehearse with production staff members for summer shows. Students learn to apply techniques taught in morning workshops towards their performance. Each session culminates with Friday and Saturday evening performances on the WPPAC stage. $1250; sibling discounts available. Register at and click on "Buy Tickets Now" or call 914/328-1600.
    • SUMMER NATURE DAY CAMPS. Audubon Greenwich, 613 Riversville Rd., Greenwich. For children and teens entering grades K thru 9th grade. One-week camps thru Aug. 15. 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Each week brings new, exciting themes to lead campers on their adventures. Fun-filled weeks of hands-on, educational hikes, games, activities and crafts. For camp details and registration info, go to
    • OUTDOOR THEATER CAMP. Muscoot Farm, Rte. 100, Somers. Mon.-Fri., July 28-Aug. 1 and Aug. 4-8. Children in grades 5-8 will play theater games, go on nature hikes, work on "improv" skills, learn from guest artists and rehearse and perform a short play. Fee for each session is $325. 914/864-7286.
    • NATURALIST APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM. Muscoot Farm, Rte. 100, Somers. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For children in grades 5-9 who have an interest in science and nature and a love for being outdoors. Activities include fire making, cooking and wilderness survival, along with tree identification, wetland and forest ecology and sustainability. Grades 5 & 6 can attend from July 21-25. For Grades 7-9, a one-week session is available from July 28-Aug. 1; a 2-week session is available from Aug. 4-15. Fees are $325 for a one-week session; $750 for the two-week session. 914/864-7286.
    • SUMMER ART ADVENTURES. Katonah Museum of Art, 134 Jay St., Katonah. Thru Aug. 7, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Art workshops for children ages 6-12. Explore concepts of land, space and environment through different lenses and materials. July 24: Photographic Experiments. Guest artist Kate Lanfer examines our surroundings through unique photography experiments-photo document a nature walk, create sun prints and construct a photographic installation. July 31: Environmental Worlds. Inspired by the Icelandic tales of the "Hidden Folk," create magical mini-worlds with detail, mystery and fantasy. Aug. 7: Mixed-Material Landscape. Collage, drawings, recycled materials, found imagery and words will all be combined to create unique landscape-inspired artworks that defy definition. Think big, think surprising, think creatively. Non-member fee is $60 for each class. Pre-paid registration required. Discounts are available for multiple workshops or siblings. Bring lunch. Register at 914/232-9555, ext. 0.
    • MISSOULA CHILDREN'S THEATRE: ALADDIN. Emelin Theatre, 153 Library La., Mamaroneck. Mon.-Fri., July 21-25. Performance is Sat., July 26 at 11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Children ages 6-7 as of July 1, 2014 are $165; children 8 & over as of July 1, 2014 are $195. Registration form can be downloaded at Full payment must be included with registration form. 914/698-3045, ext. 200; fax: 914/698-1404.
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