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Summer Enrichment Programs with DCP

Register today for summer enrichment programs with the Summit DCP's Harding Kids Club.  Explore the deep sea in a "Creatures of the Sea" program, create a masterpiece in "Meet the Artists," or prepare for the next academic year in a "Bridge to Kindergarten or First Grade" program.  Learn more at

Registration is now open for all 2015 Harding Kids Club summer enrichment programs, sponsored by the Summit Department of Community Programs (DCP). 

Program Director, Claire Renga, will once again lead children through a variety of theme-based enrichment programs, including “Creatures of the Sea,” “Meet the Artists,” and “It’s a Bug’s Life.” Each program implements a largely multi-sensory and hands-on curriculum.  Children will explore new and exciting academic topics while having fun through the use of songs and games, arts & crafts, science projects, and more.

New this summer, “Bridge to Kindergarten” and “Bridge to First Grade” will help children maintain and build upon their current academic skills, ultimately preparing them for a successful transition into the next academic year.   

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Improve your child’s confidence, boost self-esteem, and enrich their minds by enrolling him/her in a fun and affordable program with the Harding Kids Club today.

All summer 2015 programs with the Harding Kids Club will begin during the first week of June.  For a full summer course listing or for more information on year-round programs offered with the Harding Kids Club, please visit or contact Program Director, Claire Renga at 973-476-2541. 

Registration is available online 24/7 at  Class size is limited to 30.  Residents and non-residents welcome.  For registration assistance, please contact the Summit DCP at 908-277-2932 during office hours, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.

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