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06 Jul
July 6 - August 25 The Saratoga Film Academy, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map $800
July-Aug. 25 | The Director’s Class 9am-3:30pm @ Saratoga Independent School [High School] This intensive summer course is designed for the serious filmmaker who wants to produce a portfolio piece they can use for college or other professional opportunities. Students go through the film production process from idea to finished movie. Jul. 6-Aug. 3 students will meet with their instructor for 15-20 minutes, once a week online to develop, write, and plan an original short-film. During this time students will…
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10 Jul
July 10 8:30 am - August 3 2:00 pm Cheryl’s Lodge, 25 Fern Lane, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map
Peace Camp Children who are entering 1st – 6th grades (Shenendehowa School District) July 10 – August 3, Monday – Thursday 8:30 am – 2:00 pm FREE, but limited to 40 students   Peace Camp is an intensive, three-week summer day camp located at Cheryl’s Lodge, uniquely designed for elementary school children who are experiencing behavior problems at home and school. Through the use of drama, arts, music, and recreation, youth are taught peaceful, effective communication skills to help them more…
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11 Jul
July 11 10:00 am - August 17 2:30 pm Northumberland Summer Youth Program, 17 Catherine Street, Gansevoort, United States + Google Map
The Town of Northumberland Summer Program is offering a low cost 6 week, 2 days per week travel program for children ages 5-12. That is 12 total trips! The bus will leave from the Northumberland Town Hall, 17 Catherine Street, Gansevoort (subject to change with advanced notice) promptly at 10 a.m. and return around 2:30 p.m. on the dates listed above. This summer program is designed for children to have fun in a non-competitive learning environment. All programs are co-ed,…
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23 Jul
July 23 - August 5 Camp Cedarbrook, 59 Davignon Rd, Corinth, United States + Google Map $1,200
Camp Cedarbrook provides a safe, supportive place for girls to seek new opportunities and challenges. Campers experience achievement and build their self-confidence and courage to try new things. Within a structured setting, campers pursue personal interests in their chosen activity areas, such as archery, kayaking, and crafts, and collaborate with their bunk group in shared activities. Each camper learns outdoor living skills that will enable her to be comfortable and independent in the great outdoors and become more aware of…
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23 Jul
July 23 - August 12 Camp Reece, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map $6400
Camp Reece is a residential summer camp for children with special needs where children learn skills and make memories that will last a lifetime. Camp Reece provides the ideal setting to develop character and encourage social and emotional growth. Reece Campers participate in activities of their choice that stretch the limits of what can be accomplished while having fun with wonderful friends. Children develop self-confidence and self-esteem that will enhance all aspects of their lives and serve them long after…
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24 Jul
July 24 7:30 am - August 4 6:00 pm The Children’s Garden School, 2176 Maple Avenue, Charlton, United States + Google Map
Children’s Garden School Summer Camp – Session 2 (toddlers – age 10) Summers are about sunshine and good times, and we have lots of both here in the Garden. Session One ~ Farm to Fair Theme July 10th — 21st Local Agriculture has long supported our Upstate way of life. Help us celebrate The Saratoga County Fair, by participating in 4H activities, visiting a local farm, and joining other families, for our Day at the Fair! Session Two ~ Up…
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24 Jul
July 24 8:30 am - August 4 5:00 pm Camp Northwoods @ Skidmore College, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map $460
The program draws on the rich and varied resources of Skidmore College and the surrounding area.  The camp’s home base is Falstaff’s Pavilion on the Skidmore College campus, but campers frequent the Williamson Sports Center, Schick Art Gallery, Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery, and Zankel Music Center. The daily enrichment activities led by the qualified staff are supplemented by weekly field trips to recreational and historical sites, and visits by special guests. Children will also enjoy activities that include…
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24 Jul
July 24 9:00 am - August 4 3:00 pm Saratoga Children’s Theatre @ St. Clement’s School, 231 Lake Avenue, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map $500
Juniors Theater Camp – 2 weeks – High School Musical 2 JR (ages 10-13) July 24- August 4 from 9:00am-3:00 pm Ages 10-13, Two Week Program; Performances:  August 4, 2017 at 1pm & 6pm $500 ($8.30 per hour) Registration, $450 ($7.50 per hour) before February 1, 2017 There is a $20 script fee and all the campers get to keep their scripts! The gang is back for an action-packed summer extravaganza as Troy, Gabriella and the rest of the Wildcats finish junior year…
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24 Jul
July 24 9:00 am - August 4 12:00 pm Clifton Park Summer Rec, One Town Hall Plaza, Clifton Park, United States + Google Map $125
Crew: Learn to Row Camp (Ages 11- 18) Rowing develops teamwork, cooperative skills and positive character traits, while building physical strength, endurance, coordination, and self-confidence. During the summer, new rowers are introduced to the sport. All rowers must pass a swimming proficiency test that is offered the first Monday evening of each two week session, at Locust Lane pool. Many rowers return in the fall to row with the Shen Crew Club. Dates: June 26 – July 7 Session: 1…
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24 Jul
July 24 9:00 am - August 4 12:00 pm Saratoga Rowing Association, 543 Union Ave, Saratoga Springs, United States + Google Map
Our SUMMER LEARN-TO-ROW program for those new to rowing is available for three different 2 week sessions.  Try one, two or sign up for all of the sessions and you will be better prepared to become a competitive rower in the Fall.  You must be going into 7th grade or older for this program. The Charles R Wood Learn to Row Program was created to offer the experience of rowing to interested children entering grades 7 and above. The Learn to Row…
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