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Summer Registration for Kid's Camp and Camp Maple Currently Open

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2016 Kid's Camp

Kid's Camp will run single-week sessions from June 27th-August 19th.  New for this year, we're adding a 7th and 8th week!  Camps will be Monday-Fridays except for holiday conflicts. Children must be in grades Kindergarten-5th grade or must be at least five years of age. Camp's location will be at the Maplewood Community Center - 120 Burnett Avenue.  

Includes: structured games, free time at the playground, arts and crafts activities, pool trips, fields trips (Thursdays).

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Full Day Camp: 8:30am-3:30pm
Half Day Camp: 8:30am-1:00pm

The camp will run for eight, one-week sessions:

Session I: June 27 - July 1

Session II: July 5 - July 8 (No Camp on July 4 - prorated)

Session III: July 11 - July 15

Session IV: July 18 - July 22

Session V: July 25 - July 29

Session VI: August 1 - August 5

Session VII: August 8 - August 12

Session VIII: August 15 - August 19

* Trips are currently being scheduled*


Cost:  Full Day- $250 per week
         Half Day- $185 per week

Campers must bring lunch each day unless otherwise notified. Campers swim at least one day a week at the Maplewood Community Pool.  All campers are swim tested and assigned pools accordingly.  Parents now have the option of having their children enrolled in swim lessons during camp hours.  
Each week (Thursdays) the camp leaves the community center for a field trip. Your child must be wearing their camping shirt, and we recommend that you send extra spending money with your child for games and food if needed.  All half-day campers will be on trips as well.

 

2016 Camp Maple
Camp Maple is a 6-week program offered to children with special needs. The program provides opportunities for gross and fine motor development as well as cognitive and social growth.

Camp Maple will run for six weeks from June 27th-August 5th. Children must be in grades Kindergarten-5th grade or must be at least five years of age. 

Camp's location is at the Maplewood Community Center, 120 Burnett Ave. 

Camp will run from 8:30am-1:00pm  

Camp Price: $100 per week

The camp will run for six, one-week sessions:

Session I: June 27 – July 1

Session II: July 5 – July 8 (4 day week – prorated)

Session III: July 11 – July 15

Session IV: July 18 – July 22

Session V: July 25 – July 29

Session VI: August 1 – August 5

Online registration can be done by using the following link: https://register.communitypass.net/maplewood. You may also register in person at the recreation office in the Town Hall Building, 547 Valley Street in Maplewood. For additional information, please call 973-763-4202

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