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Popular Montclair Camp Moves to New Location for Summer 2016

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We are pleased to announce that Northeast Summer Fun, a popular Montclair summer camp for elementary-aged children, will be hosted this summer at Renaissance at Rand beginning June 27 and running until July 29th, 2016.

After much debate this past spring about where to host the summer camp this year, the decision was ultimately made to move at Renaissance due to summer construction at Northeast School in Upper Montclair, NJ.  Dr. Barbara Weller, principal of Renaissance, was very accommodating about the transition to her middle school.  The move is expected to be temporary.

With a new year and a new location, Northeast Summer Fun will also be making some minor changes to its program. This summer, the camp will add sculpting and painting  to its already-impressive list of classes, which include activities such as dance, theater, cooking, sports, arts and crafts, computers and Wii Fun, and swimming at the nearby pool.  The camp, which caters to children ranging from new incoming  Kindergarteners to rising 6th graders, with retain its focus on providing a unique and varied summer camp experience for its campers.  All classes are taught by experienced certified instructors.

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Northeast Summer Fun is run by a husband and wife team of co-directors, Mr. and Mrs. Martire, both long-time teachers in Montclair.  They look forward to continuing their great relationships with the parents and children of Montclair and surrounding towns, as the summer camp is open to both Montclair and non- Montclair residents.  Anyone interested in signing up their child(ren) can can register directly online or contact the co-directors at or for additional information.

To register for Northeast Summer Fun, please visit

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