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It's Not Too Late for Camp at The Connection!

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Summer Camp at The Connection has begun!  It’s not too late to join in the fun, summer camps run weekly through August 21. Campers will build friendships, create memories, and  enjoy activities such as: Performing Arts, Gymnastics, Sports, Swimming, Yoga,  Art, or Travel with fun weekly themes!

The Connection offers SummerFun (boys and girls 3+), Lights! Camera! Action! (boys and girls 3+), Girls Gymnastics (girls 4+), Fit & Fun (boys and girls 4+) and Travel Camp (boys and girls 8+),   as well as extended camps such as early morning Sunrisers from 7:30-8:30am (ages 3+), late afternoon Campers Club from 4:30-6:00pm (ages 4+), and an all-day option (ages  4+).

The traditional SummerFun camp (8:30-1:00pm) offers daily activities such as swim lessons, yoga, dance, gymnastics, sports, video, arts and crafts. Campers are grouped by age and rotate through the 30,000 sq ft building, outdoor recreation and playground facilities, plus a state of the art gymnastics gym for a well-rounded summer camp experience. New this summer, campers will participate in theme weeks to add to the fun! Special activities will include a dunk tank, pie throwing contest, water games, Disney Day, a camp picnic, trick or treating, a visit from the ice-cream truck, 70’s day, a Hawaiian Luau, and much more.

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Lights!Camera!Action! (1:00-4:30pm) provides young performers with a summer stock experience. Activities include an on camera class, dance, staging, set and costume design, plus recreational swim or an optional swim lesson. The Connection’s specialty teachers guide campers through every aspect of putting on a show, culminating in a spectacular performance the last day of each two week session. This year’s shows include: The Lion King, Peter Pan, Matilda, and Annie.

Gymnastics Camp (1:00-4:30pm) is perfect for beginners to advanced gymnasts, combining instruction on balance beam, uneven bars, vaulting, floor exercise and tumble track. This camp also includes a daily recreational swim time or optional swim lesson, a dance rotation and a tumbling contest every Friday. After a summer of flips and jumps, even the novice will feel confident.

Fit & Fun (1:00-4:30pm) uses spirited play geared to individual ability levels to teach campers multiple sports, help them gain confidence and acquire a love of sports to match their talents and interests. Daily recreational swim or swim lessons are also included in this camp. 

Lucky travelers will visit exciting locations in Travel Camp such as: A trip to NYC to see The Lion King on Broadway, The Beast Speed Boat Ride PLUS The Ride Interactive Bus Tour NYC, Tomahawk Lake Water Park, Island Beach State Park Ecology Tour and beach time, New York Liberty WNBA Game at Madison Square Garden, Powerhouse Studios Wild Wacky Challenge, paintball, paddle boarding, and more!  Choose any day or combination of days or weeks.  All trips are well supervised by The Connection’s trained staff.

To learn more about The Connection summer camps and to view a brochure, visit www.TheConnectionOnline.org, call: 908.273.4242 or stop by 79 Maple Street in Summit.

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