Dwight Summer Day Camp

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Stan Schnier
May 31, 2011, Riverside Park

Some kids always seem to be in “go!” mode—ready to take on a challenge and try something new at every turn—and that’s exactly the type of kid that Dwight School’s Adventure Camp was designed for. Tweens ages 9 to 12 are in for an action-packed summer, with fresh weekly themes that transport them through historical periods and to far-flung locations around the world. Sweet activities and community service projects keep campers busy creating a rainforest in the Amazon, battling climate change during the Ice Age, hunting in the Stone Age and even journeying to another galaxy. If those crazy adventures aren’t enough, day trips, leadership exercises and daily swim instruction round the days out. The Discovery, Sports and Spark camps are open to kids as young as age 4, so little ones can get in on the action too. Ages 4–12.

Venue name: Dwight Summer Day Camp
Address: 2116 First Ave
New York
Cross street: between 108th and 109th Sts
Transport: Subway: 4, 6 to 110th St
Price: une 20–Aug 26; Mon–Fri 9am–4:30pm. Two-week session $1,300; early-bird, sibling, returning-camper and multiweek discounts available.
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