Blogs > All About Milford and Orange

If you live, work, or simply just care about Milford and Orange, this is the site for you. We'll provide you with interesting news about these communities. Most importantly we want to hear from you. Feel free to contact City Editor Helen Bennett Harvey, at hbennettharvey@nhregister.com or Brian McCready, Milford Bureau Chief, at bmccready@nhregister.com

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Milford summer camp opportunities


MILFORD--The Milford Consortium for Childcare Initiatives announced today that they have 30 spots available for summer camp that are now open to Milford residents or persons that work in Milford.  

The summer camp program is held at West Shore Recreation Center five days a week Monday through Friday, from 7:45 am to 5:15 pm.  The camp is fully staffed. Children must be between the ages of 5 (must have completed kindergarten) and 12 years old.  Activities include inside/outside sports, games, arts and crafts, movies etc.  Children may register for one or more weeks.  The cost is $120 per week.  There are optional trips for bowling and the movies that are extra.  

Call Connie at the Milford Chamber of Commerce, 203.878.0681 for registration and information. 

Labels: ,

1 Comments:

Blogger Jackie Champion said...

Hi! Thank you for sharing your thoughts about summer camps. I am glad to stop by your site and know more about summer camps. Keep it up! This is a good read. You have such an interesting and informative page. I will be looking forward to visit your page again and for your other posts as well.
Many Finnish non-governmental organizations arrange summer camps for children in a wide variety of age brackets. Major organizers of summer camps are the scouts, sport teams and the orthodox and evangelic-Lutheran churches. The concept of summer camps arose with the rapid post-WWII urbanization and industrialization Finland experienced. The reason behind this was that Finnish pedagogues of that period, influenced by the values of the largely agrarian pre-WWII society, were convinced that an urban lifestyle was harmful for the development of children. The idea behind summer camps was to ensure that children had experiences of the countryside, experiences that would aid in development into a decent citizen.
Summer is almost here, and the students of Hamilton and Wenham, MA will have an exciting option when it comes to summer camps – Mathnasium! During the summer, kids lose about two months of the skills they’ve gained throughout the school year. Take preventative measures now and enroll your child in a Mathnasium summer camp where they’ll be engaged by a program designed around their goals and ability level.

Summer Camps Hamilton MA

October 5, 2012 at 9:47 AM 

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home