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Registration Now Open for the 2017 Piscataway Summer Camp Program

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Summer camp staff were available to answer questions and help register campers at the Jan. 28th open house in the Patton Cafeteria. Credits: Kenneth Simmons
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PISCATAWAY, NJ – Parents looking for summer activites for their children can now register for them to attend the Piscataway Community Education’s 2017 Summer Camp and Arts & Enrichment Program.

Open to Piscataway children from 6 weeks old to 8th Grade, programs run for eight weeks between June 26 and August 18, with shorter, four or six week options available.

Each morning, children will participate in age appropriate activities such as arts and crafts, music, swimming, sports, dancing, and cooking.

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While afternoon sessions are reserved for other types of on-site activities, mini-excursions are also scheduled for campers to go skating, bowling, or to the movies.

“The Piscataway Summer Camp has something for everyone,” said Kim Georgeian, Director of Community Programs in the camp’s 2017 promotional brochure. “Your child’s camp experience will be filled with fun, friends and cool summer activities all day, every day.”

That also includes taking weekly field trips to water parks, amusement parks and other children’s entertainment venues at no additional cost.

For more information or to register for a camp date, visit www.piscatawaysummercamp.com or call 732-572-4688.

Job applications for Piscataway Community Education Summer Camp are now available. All staff interested in working for the camp must be 16-years-old by June 1, 2017. Click here for the application.

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