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Winter and storms may cause cancelations or other changes for dances in New England. Check the web sites for specific dances for updates don't rely on this list to have the most up-to-date information. The October 27 dance in Wareham has been canceled due to inclement weather.
While I try to keep this schedule complete and up to date as much as possible, it's hard for any one person to do so. So, I recommend checking the following contra dance listings in addition to this list:. The geography for this schedule is limited to anything these three states. Links to other pages in the www. While most of the dances have their own web sites, the Scout House does have some basic information and links to the individual dances.
And there is dancing at the Guiding Star Grange in Greenfield, Massachusetts just about every Friday and Saturday plus waltzes once a month on a Friday and occasional dances on Sundays sponsored by various groups, bands and callers plus a few special dances on other days.
Alford - Squares - Historic District Commission: Square dancing from 6pm to 8pm. Dancing to vintage rock from 8pm to 10pm.
Amherst, Massachusetts - 2nd Saturday: Dances begin at 7: Please wear soft-soled shoes. Amherst, Massachusetts - 4th Saturday: Refreshments at the break. Newcomers and experienced dancers welcome.
Amherst, Massachusetts - 4th Saturday - Fiddlers Green: Families, singles, couples - no partner or experience needed - Come one, come all! Please refrain from wearing scented products. Starting with beginner-friendly dances to orient newcomers, then gradually more advanced as the evening unfolds till Young adults 10 and up are welcome to join us. Email us below or call Munson Library, S East Street. Amherst, Massachusetts - 5th Saturday: Amherst, Massachusetts - Most Wednesdays excluding 2nd: Pleasant St, Amherst, MA.
First-timers who attend our 7pm Beginner's Lesson: FREE Please bring water and clean, soft-soled shoes to protect the wood floor. Also please refrain from wearing perfumes, colognes and other highly scented products. All dances smoke, drug and alcohol free. Annual conference with workshops organic farming, gardening and land care, homesteading, sustainability, nutrition, spirituality, food politics, activism, and much, much more including a contra dance.
Held at the University of Massachusetts in August. Amherst, Massachusetts - Hampshire College Group: Dance starts at 7: The Red Barn is visible from the road. We'll have time to mill around and eat during the break. If you're new, there will be a beginner's lesson given by the caller between 7 and 7: Make sure to show up on time if you want to make the most of your first contra dancing experience.
The floor of the hall is kind of splintery, so wearing shoes is a really really good idea. Email questions to deo07 hampshire. Amherst, Massachusetts - Amherst College: A Contra dance is a traditional American folk dance accompanied by live music and guided by the instructions of a "caller.
Join us as we build a new Amherst tradition. No experience or partner is necessary, and all are welcome! Amherst, Massachusetts - Common House: Free session of dancing at 7: Folk festival at the Hampshire College Red Barn from noon This festival is FREE and will focus on certain New England traditions and culture, tying together concepts of community, folk music and dance, and food systems.
Fun for all ages!. Potluck snacks at the break please bring one to share Admission: Free for Common School families. Suggestion donation for community members: Common School families contact Gary Powsner - businessoffice commonschool. This festival seeks to explore the boundaries of tradition and experimentation and engage the community within a larger framework, connecting the music we play with the world we live in. Includes a square dance along with a square dance in Montague the previous day.
Amherst - Squares - Roos Rohde House: There will be performances at 7: If you play an instrument, feel free to bring it along and join in on the old-time jam at 9 and onward. Special combined program of contras and English dances on Sunday afternoon at the Munson Library in South Amherst, from 1: Join the Friends of Memorial Hall Library for Friendsapalooza, a family friendly evening of contra dancing for adults and children ages 6 and up.
The event will run from pm, at Andover Old Town Hall, and features live music with a caller. If you've never contra danced, or don't know what contra dancing is, it won't matter. Rose will provide instruction and have you dancing like a regular by the end of the night.
Gather your family and friends and join the Friends of MHL for a fun evening. Dress is casual and light refreshments will be available for purchase.
All proceeds benefit Memorial Hall Library. Tickets are also available for purchase at the door the night of the event. For more information and to buy tickets, visit web site: Arlington, Massachusetts - Squares: Dance is from 8pm to 11pm.
Arlington, Massachusetts - Gammaldans: Easy old-time Scandinavian dances and waltzes alternating , beginners welcome, on 2nd Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm at Arlington Park Avenue Congregational Church, 50 Paul Revere Road, Arlington with lead musicians John Chambers and Matt Fitchtenbaum plus sit-ins. Contributions of refreshments are welcomed at all events. Please bring clean shotes, preferably leather-soled, to make turning easier and to protect the floor.
For information, call Erica at or e-mail eph ieee. Arlington, Massachusetts - Speledans: Scandinavian dances on 1st and 3rd Saturday evenings from 8: Some teaching during the early part of the evening.
Some dance experience is helpful. Arlington, Massachusetts - Norwegian: Norwegian dances on 3rd Friday evenings from 8: For information, call Erica at or e-mail gmorse comcast. Arlington, Massachusetts - Special Dance: The dance is from 7 p. The church is just a moment up the hill from the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Park Avenue in Arlington Heights. Congregational Church, 50 Paul Revere Road. There will be a potluck before the dance, at the church. Contra dance open to all!
For performers and sound engineers. Arlington, Massachusetts - Scandinavian dances and Waltzes: For those who knew Philip Zimmerman, a few of us have taken on the role of coordinating a gathering and dance to honor and remember Philip. We will have time to share memories and stories and then celebrate Philip's life with contradancing. If you'd like more information, find Tamar Myers on facebook and message her. Arlington, Massachusetts - Get Nor'easter on the Road: Accessible via 77 bus.
This was a real bummer. Rather than be bummed, though, we decided this was a great opportunity to have a big Saturday night dance party and raise some money to replace the vehicle.
Ribbon prizes will be awarded for child's best carved pumpkin, child's best painted pumpkin, adult's best carved pumpkin, and adult's best painted pumpkin. The competition is open to residents of all towns. Buckland - Library Benefit Dance: If you are looking for a fun dance in the hill towns and for a good cause, come join us at the Buckland Public Hall for a fund raiser for the Buckland Library. Dance is from 7pmpm. The hall is located on Upper Street in upper Buckland. Feel free to call Steve at for more info or directions.
Square dances and concerts at various locations and times. Cambridge, Massachusetts - MIT: All welcome, especially students! No partner or experience necessary. All dances are taught. Want to play in the band or learn to call? Students and others are welcome to sit in with the band or call dances in this series! Donation requested from other students: Free snacks at the break! Additional donations to BIDA are welcome to help fund future projects.
Family dance from 5: Cambridge Masonic Temple, Massachusetts Avenue. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Cambridge River Festival: A FREE one-day celebration of the arts along the banks of the Charles River - featuring jazz, folk, Latin and world music performances, dance, art demonstrations, family art-making activities and over specialty food purveyors and craftspeople!
Generally occurs in June. Join us in Porter Square for an evening of waltz and other couple dances! Enjoy everything from a mix of fast and slow waltzes to swing, tango, polka, Lindy, cha cha, blues, and foxtrot, with a special mix of DJ'ed dance tunes from the traditional to the exotic! We encourage people to dance with many different partners. Special mixer dances will help you meet new dance friends!
Free refreshments and holiday punch alcohol-free! All forms of waltz are welcome -- ballroom, folk, rotary, cross-step, and more! Through a week of workshops and rehearsals, Maple Morris and Morris Offspring produced "Must Come Down," a stage performance showcasing Morris dancing at its most inventive. A return leg of the collaboration in will see Maple Morris joined by Morris Offspring for two weeks of workshops and performances of a brand new stage production in Boston and Toronto.
We will again welcome the participation of some exciting musicians and writing collaborators for this project. We need your help to make this possible! Proceeds will go towards the Exchange. It will also mark the beginning of our Kickstarter Campaign to raise further funds for the project. Includes performances by Maple Morris. First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St. Maple Morris is a community of young dancers dedicated to promoting creativity, leadership, and continued excellence in the second generation of Morris Dancing.
For more information on Maple Morris, or to make a donation, visit http: We have a CD, and we're hosting a dance to celebrate! Cambridge - Sound Workshop: Stay and dance from 7: RSVP required for workshop. Cambridge - Forbes Plaza: Cambridge, Massachusetts - Callendar: Dances at 5 Callendar Street from 8pm to 11pm.
Cambridge, Massachusetts - Waltz - Democracy Center: Lesson will begin at 7pm, dancing goes until 10pm. The Democracy Center, Harvard Square. From newbies to experts, everyone can enjoy a twirl on our dance floor. Clean shoes and comfortable clothes.
The Democracy Center is right on the red line in Harvard Square! Parking can be tight, but all the metered spots are free because it's Sunday! We can't wait to dance with you! Prepare to honor the queens and kings who have the courage to be true to themselves. A DRAG themed techno contradance. Free and open to the public. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Beantown Stomp: Everyone needs to register and pay in advance, and we may sell out. Unitarian Church in Carlisle 27 School Street , located in Carlisle Center on the common, just off Route , by the only rotary on town.
Pot luck appetizers are requested, but not required. Next Generation Music and Dance. American and international dancing for youthful dancers of all ages! Beginners and experienced dancers, singles, couples, and groups are all welcome! The Folk Arts Center presents an evening of folk dance and music for and by the younger generation. All ages are welcome. The program includes international folk dancing, New England contra dancing and Balkan-based world music.
Please do not park behind the church. An afternoon contra dance is part of the festivities of First Night. Dances at the Chelmsford Old Town Hall from 7pm to 9pm. Workshops and dance party with Ari Levitt from 1: For any of these workshops, it is not necessary to attend with a partner.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your first workshop to register and pay. Check site for more details. Heron Cove Folk Festival is a mostly music festival in early August with a contra dance. Farnums Road at the Causeway between Cheshire Lake.
Dance is at 8 p. For details, call Event is from Admission to Square Dance: This is a special opportunity for new members of the CCC to be welcomed to the Center. Join us for some good old-fashioned contra and square dancing. If you can walk, you can dance! Fun for family members of all ages. The traditional July family barbecue at 5: Please bring a salad, side dish, or dessert to share. A special thanks to Mal Jones for generously sponsoring the Barn Dance!
Clinton - Girl Scout Benefit: Cohasset - Dance Your Chipotle Off: Concord, Massachusetts - Mondays: Concord Scout House -- 74 Walden St.
Route 2 to Route 4 miles west of , north 1 mile. Hall is on left before Congregational Church. Plenty of free parking but not in the church lot, please! Walk-through instructions for all dances; beginners and singles welcome. Please bring a clean pair of shoes to change into for dancing. Beginning Monday, 2 January , our admission pricing will be on a "You Pick" pricing scheme: When entering, you tell us what you're paying. No questions asked, we're happy to have you attend at any offered price and have volunteer opportunities for free admission should you need it.
If you're able and motivated to pay more, please do pick a higher amount - any additional income over our costs will go straight to the evening's performers. This is an experiment. We're not trying a full sliding scale because that makes the job of our door sitting volunteers more complicated. Hopefully the choices offered provide much of that benefit without the complication. Please lend us your support and patience as we try out this change. Cancellations only when the police advise against all driving.
Concord, Massachusetts - Cotillion: A party and dance featuring classic contras and 19th century lancers and quadrilles with a few couple dances, waltzes, etc..
Tony Parkes, prompter, with Spare Parts. For , hours are listed as 6: Dessert buffet at interval. Elegant attire period, formal or festive encouraged. Concord, Massachusetts - Summer Saturdays: Please bring a pair of clean shoes to change into for Dancing. Concord, Massachusetts - 1st Saturdays: For more info, call or e-mail nedc cds-boston. Concord, Massachusetts - 2nd Saturdays: At the Scout House, 74 Walden St. Please bring clean soft-soled shoes to dance in not your street shoes.
Concord, Massachusetts - 4th Saturdays: Scout House, 74 Walden St. Dances in in September-June with a few exceptions. Bring clean shoes, please! For more information, call Walter Lenk at Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Saturdays: For more info, call or Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Fridays: Concord, Massachusetts - Craft Fair: Over 30 craft and artisans exhibiting their wares from 10am to 5pm.
Geatana Freniere Concord, Massachusetts - Challenging Contras: This event features dances for those familiar with Contras. The dance is from 8: This is a Fragrance Free Event. Dancers should know where to be at the start of each dance phrase and how to recover from a lapse. Dancers assist their partner and neighbor to the next move and execute flourishes safely and on time without disturbing others. For more info, call Concord, Massachusetts - Family Dances: All dances will be taught.
Dances are appropriate for ages 5 and up. Parents are responsible for their children. Dances are from 2pm to 4pm. Help protect the wooden floor by bringing a separate pair of clean, soft-soled shoes to dance in. For safety's sake, childen must dance in shoes, not socks or bare feet. International folk dancing on other dates. Concord, Massachusetts - New Year's Eve: Desserts and other munchies welcome for the Concord, Massachusetts - Occasional Sundays: All start at 7: Concord, Massachusetts - Benefit Dance: Benefit for the Scout House in Concord.
Special contra dance along with a silent auction. The silent auction is jam-packed with enticing items and services from our communitynot to be missed! All proceeds benefit and support the ongoing preservation of the Concord Scout House, a non-profit organization.
Start time is 8pm. Concord, Massachusetts - Thanksgiving Benefit Dance: Back by popular demand: This special contra dance fundraiser is one of our most popular events! We have an event flyer for your fridge or to print and distribute.
Should you be on Facebook, check out our event there. For more information, call Robin Humes at or email Robin dot Humes at gmail dot com. Concord, Massachusetts - Halloween: Costume awards and door prizes. For more information call or e-mail nedc cds-boston. Concord, Massachusetts Post-Thanksgiving Dance: Dance is from 8pm to Please bring soft-soled shoes! The dance is "Fragrance-Free" in consideration of dancers with sensitivities and allergies to fragrance chemicals.
We will cancel the dance if Concord declares a snow emergency, or if we feel that weather conditions would make for unsafe travel. No animals other than service animals are allowed in the building. Please join us for an evening of dance and fun at the Concord Scout House on Sunday evening, March 1, from 5: The fun starts with a half hour of waltzing. Other planned events include a contra medley, a Hambo competition with prizes!
Attendance will be limited to the comfortable capacity of the hall, so tickets will be available in advance. If you'd like to volunteer or help us out in other ways, please contact Terry email below or Koren at koren. Advance tickets are available. For more information or any questions about tickets, please call Terry at or email Tee. Please join us at a special dance featuring Ernie Spence's favorite dances, dancers, musicians, and callers.
We'll dance Chorus Jig, Money Musk, and other contras; we'll enjoy some singing squares; we'll share some stories; and, we'll raise a glass of lemonade to Ernie!
Please help us spread the word to all who knew Ernie!! For more information, please contact Linda Spence at or lspence10 gmail.
Donations will be gratefully accepted. There is no admission fee for this event but we are asking for donations to aid research into Parkinson's Disease. Concord, Massachusetts - Mostly Waltz: Waltzes and other couple dances, 2: Beginners, experienced dancers, singles, and couples are all welcome!
This series duplicates the Mostly Waltz afternoons held in other cities across North America. Mostly Waltz for Boston also presents occasional special workshops in styles such as cross-step waltz. The regular Sunday dances in this series feature a lesson in waltz basics, figures, or styles from 2 to 3 pm, followed by live music for dancing until 5: A variety of waltz tunes and tempos are played during the session; every third number is a different couple dance, such as a polka, hambo, schottische, swing, tango, one-step, or zwiefacher.
To protect the wooden floor and to make turning easier, please change from street shoes to clean shoes, ideally leather-soled, before dancing. For the comfort and well-being of all our dancers, especially those with allergies or asthma, please do not wear perfume or fragranced personal products at our dances. With many musicians and callers who have shared the stage with Jim over the years.
This will include an opportunity for people to share memories of Jim. Followed by an evening of contradancing until 10pm. No admission, but all donations will be gratefully accepted and given to the Scout House in Jim's memory. Concord, Massachusetts - Scout House Warming: The Scout House is throwing a fund-raising party to celebrate completion of this summer's construction project. It's our Scout House Warming! Special mix of Alternative Music arranged just for contra dances.
That's rock 'n roll, Latin groove, electric Celtic, and pop tunes! We'll have refreshments and a raffle of 3 special, dance-related items. All proceeds benefit and support the ongoing work at the Scout House, a non-profit organization. Benefit dance from 7: Special lighting but no bright flashing ones to help set the mood. We'll gladly accept additional donations, too! Admission or donations above cash value are a deductible contribution as allowed by law the Concord Scout House, Inc.
Concord - Linda Leslie Celebration of Life: Event beginning at 1: Sharing of memories followed by a community dance. The sharing is for us to remember Linda and her wonderful energy, generous spirit and warm love. The dance is for Linda—this is what she wants us to do! Conway, Massachusetts - Grammar School: All dances will be taught; wear comfortable shoes. Motherhouse sponsors contra dances at the Town Hall, 24 Pine Street, generally on the 1st Saturday of the month from 7: Suggested donation to help pay the caller: For more information send us an email or call Rachel Gall Go through the center of the village, Freedom Hall is number on your left.
Cotuit, Massachusetts - Pecks Boats: Pecks Boats, Route Dancing starts at 8: Also, a Wind Turbine Dedication. For more info Call Cotuit, Massachusetts - Squares - Center for the Arts: Event begins at 6pm. Come early for a group lesson, and then prepare to swing your partner round and round.
Introductory session at 7: Dancing from 8pm to 11pm. Soft sole shoes and you can bring something extra for the break if you'd like. This is an alcohol and tobacco-free event. For more information, contact Dave at or dcannell freeshell. Coventry - Nathan Hale Homestead: Coventry, Rhode Island - Westwood Campground: Lesson for beginners 6: The Southside Community Land Trust hosts an annual hoedown Farm tours, live music, dancing, local food and beverages!
Call or e-mail sclt southsideclt. The Blackstone River Theatre sponsors contra dances from 4: All are welcome - beginners and experienced dancers; singles, couples and families; old friends and new Wear cool, comfortable clothing and flat, soft-soled shoes. Refreshments will be available. Get ready to tap your toes, stomp your feet, twirl your skirt, and smile.
Cummington, Massachusetts - Hilltown Spring Festival: Come early and enjoy live music and dinner from the many local food vendors. For more info call the Hilltown CDC at x Cummington Fairgrounds is located at 97 Fairgrounds Rd. Proceeds will support legal efforts to protect natural resources threatened by Kinder Morgan's Connecticut Expansion Pipeline Project, slated to cut though Otis State Forest in Sandisfield.
This family friendly event includes soup and refreshments provided by Alice Cozzolino's Kitchen. For more information about the event, call Jane Crosby at Clean soft-soled shoes only! Grit from the street will damage the gym floor!
Bring clean shoes to change into from your street shoes. Dance on hiatus until September Contra Dance from p. This is a fundraiser for a future theater production of "A Tale of Two Cities," which will be presented at the Church.
Wear comfortable shoes, and bring friends and neighbors. No experience is necessary. Partners are not required. BBQ and Square Dance. Fried chicken and fixings: Square Dance featuring Cliff and Senta Brodeur: Beer, wine and soft drinks available. Proceeds to benefit building restoration fund.
This is an entry-level dance aimed at parishioners, but non-members are very welcome. Includes a variety of circle, square and longways dances from all parts of North America, with some English dances thrown in.
Potluck at the hall starting at 6pm. Bring a dish to share. Please bring soft-soled shoes. Contact Amy Larkin at or amylarkin gmail. East Hartford, Connecticut - Mostly Waltz: Except as noted, pm Sunday afternoons at the South Senior Center, 70 Canterbury Street, East Hartford, with a free beginner workshop pm and intermediate-level first and second band break workshops by Robert Bolstrum.
Three of every four dances are waltzes. Refreshments served, all ages welcome, no partner required. East Haven - Family Barn Dance: Contra dance at St. Shindigs at the Barn Powder Mill, that is. Each dance taught quickly by Ralph Sweet or other guest callers.
Have fun the first time you come! You don't have to bring a partner! Casual dress best no high heels, though. Bring a picnic and explore the Greenbelt from 6pm to 7pm and then dance at 7pm. All proceeds will help to offset costs of the Cape Ann Farmers' Market. Beer and wine will be available for cash purchase.
Suggested Cash Donation At the Door: Water, light snacks available. For more information, e-mail Susan Janssen at: The Festival is an annual music and dance event held in Foster, Rhode Island. Ticket prices vary between adults and children and full day, day and evening sessions. For more information contact Elwood Donnelly at or e-mail info rifolkfestival.
Join us for a fun night of traditional contra dancing circle mixers, squares, and line-dancing. Contra Dance at 7pm with a lesson at 6: Refreshments will be sold at the dance. Raffle baskets and bake sale, too. Advance tickets for the dance can be reserved through the libraries; Tyler Library or Foster Foster, Rhode Island - Greene Library: Stop in for a brief lesson at 6: Dance will begin at 7pm.
Ages 14 and up. Call Greene Library at to reserve your tickets or pay at the door. Refreshments and raffle tickets will be sold. Email Lori - ltait coventrylibrary. Framingham - Helene Cornelius Memorial Dance: Framingham - Downtown Renaissance: Our historic Nevins Hall in the Memorial Building, Concord St, Framingham, Massachusetts will be the setting from 1pm to 5pm for this very special contra dance and silent auction benefit supporting Framingham Downtown Renaissance!
We hope you will join us for a wonderful Sunday afternoon to spin around the Hall and find treasures to bid on. Activities are from 1pm to Set to live music, contra dancing is a traditional New England dance that is easy to learn as all dances are taught by the caller.
No need to bring a partner. Beginners and Experienced Dancers. All ages and level of ability - Welcome! Please wear clean, soft-soled shoes. Please contact dattquilter hotmail. Gill, Massachusetts - th Anniversary: The dancing starts at 7: Dancers of all ages are welcome; attendees range from eight years to 80 plus years!
Everyone has a great time listening and dancing to the live music. This event is supported in part by a grant from the Gloucester Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Drinking water is available. Please bring water bottles to reduce the use of paper cups. Other non-alcoholic drinks and finger food snacks are welcomed to share during the break. For more information, contact capeanncontradance gmail.
Goshen, Massachusetts - Traditional Square Dancing: This has always been easy, fun square dancing where anyone could come at any time without having to take lessons and enjoy themselves, as they still do today at the contra dances.
Musicians include participants in various fiddle workshops. Enjoyed by all ages from the young to the young at heart. Children under 6 need an adult partner. Come and join the fun. As part of the Festival, a contra dance is held in the evening. Granby Grange 5 host square and contra dances on the fourth Friday night of each month from 7: Featuring live music and with light refreshments available for sale to benefit our Kitchen Improvement Fund, this will be a series of evenings of fun for all ages 10 years old and up.
Dress style and formality is optional, but be sure to wear comfortable clotnhing and shoes. No experience is necessary and dancing is a valid excercise, besides being fun. For more information, call Carol Innes at Greenfield, Massachusetts - 1st Saturday: The dance starts at 8: Greenfield, Massachusetts - 2nd Fridays: Swinging Star dance series with various bands and callers; beginners' workshop at 7: Greenfield, Massachusetts - 2nd and 4th Saturdays: Most dances begin at 8pm and end at 11pm.
It is recommended that newer dancers arrive at or near the beginning of the dance. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 3rd Fridays: David Kaynor, , davidkaynor mac.
Greenfield, Massachusetts - 3rd Saturdays: Beginners' workshop at 7: Van Kaynor, van themovingviolations. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 4th Fridays - Challenging: Challenging Contra with various bands and callers, p. Steve Zakon-Anderson, , zakon-anderson comcast. Greenfield, Massachusetts - 5th Fridays - Newcomers: Special night especially for new dancers but everyone welcome.
Greenfield, Massachusetts - 5th Saturdays: Steve Zakon-Anderson calls with various bands; beginners' workshop at 7: Greenfield, Massachusetts - Various Saturdays: Different programs musicians and callers for each dance at the Guiding Star Grange 1, Chapman Street. Dances usually begin at 8pm. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Various Sundays: Different afternoon and evening dances with various callers and musicians on some Sundays at the Guiding Star Grange 1, Chapman Street.
Start times and admission cost vary. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Fall Frolic: Greenfield, Massachusetts - New Year's Eve: Dessert potluck at the break. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Family Dance: There will be a short break for songs and snacks.
Greenfield, Massachusetts - Special: Times and admission vary. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Mostly Waltz - Friday: Dances occur on the 1st Friday of each month. Beginner and intermediate workshops p. Guiding Star Grange, Chapman Street. Richard Wyatt, rmwyatt comcast. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Scandinavian: Do you love dancing the hambo? Do you wish you could dance the hambo but it seems too hard? Come and experience the latest trend in folk dancing in Sweden! See our site for fun videos and more info.
Greenfield, Massachusetts - Quebecois Immersion Workshop,: Experience unparalleled instruction, a catered lunch, and quality musicianship in a relaxed and inclusive environment.
In addition to world class instruction, participants are invited to play their newly minted medley and waltz tunes on stage during the TopHill Music Contradance party that evening in the same location and share the stage with these amazing musicians! Open to all musicians. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Hambo Workshop: The hambo is one of the most widely performed dances of Sweden and has long been popular among folk dancers of many nationalities.
Come and learn to hambo -- or, if you already know how, come and help others learn. Sponsored by the Friends of Greenfield Dance. We hope you'll join us for a delightful afternoon of light, community, connection, beautiful music and dance. People of any gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, and ability are welcome.
Greenfield, Massachusetts - Waltz Workshop - Sunday: Series of waltz workshops, described below, at the Guiding Star Grange on six Sunday afternoons. Six intensive waltz workshops, each building on the one before. This gives us time and structure to learn how to put steps together, how to control the pulse of the dance steps, dance frame, phrasing and flow. These are actually two, separate waltz workshop series, one aimed at beginners, one aimed at intermediate dancers. The beginner session starts at 1: Each week will build on the previous weeks, so participation in the first workshop is necessary for anyone who really is a beginner—you will be lost if you start with the second week.
The core steps around which the beginner series will be built are: Even many experienced dancers would benefit from working on these basics. The intermediate session starts at 3: Each of these workshops also build on the previous intermediate workshops. The intermediate class assumes that everyone already knows a few waltz steps, including a clockwise turn, and can waltz around the floor fairly easily.
If you have not waltzed before the intermediate workshop will not work well for you. The intermediate series will be structured around pivots, grapevines, parallels, and open right turn. As with the beginner waltz series, the first workshop is the most critical, as I will assume familiarity with the steps taught in the first workshop in subsequent workshops.
All workshops start with a review of previous steps, then fine-tuning, elaborations and new step s. If you have an unusually healthy appetite for this stuff, you can certainly take both workshop series at the same time! The outline of the workshops is planned so that the intermediate workshops mostly do not repeat steps taught in the beginner workshop, and the beginner workshops set people up so that the steps in the intermediate workshops are approachable.
The schedule each Sunday afternoon is: Either sex can lead or follow, although unless you are a fast study I recommend sticking with one or the other for the workshop. Bring soft-soled, indoor only shoes, or carefully remove any grit. Information - rmwyatt comcast. Greenfield, Massachusetts - Callers' Workshop Series: Have you ever wanted to learn how to call contra dances?
Here is a rare opportunity to learn from Bob Isaacs, one of the nation's top callers. The series will run on 4 Saturdays. All are held from noon to 4: There will be an opportunity for some students to call a dance or two at the Fall Frolic at the Grange on Nov 4. This includes a 90 page instruction manual. This series is limited to 12 students. Email Julie Bermant at julie bermant. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Greenfield Dance. Greenfield - Contra Dance Flourishes: The Friends of Greenfield Dance present a workshop on flourishes in contra dance, Here's your chance to learn some fancy moves, improve your dancing skills, ask questions.
This event is open to all levels with a focus on intermediate and experienced dancers. Topics with be based on participant interests with an emphasis on consent and safety. Groton, Massachusetts - Banjo Camp North: Banjo Camp North is a weekend-long celebration of the 5-string banjo in both old time and bluegrass styles. The camp is at a beautiful wooded lakeside setting near Groton. Cabins are heated, so you don't have to worry about our unpredictable New England weather.
Donations accepted at the door. For more info contact Ashling at or e-mail ashling verizon. Dances on the 2nd Friday of each month, from 8: Singles, couples, groups, all welcome. Hamden, Connecticut - Friends of Brooksvale Park: The dance begins at 7pm. Bring snacks to share; water provided. Dance at the Unitarian Church, Hartford Turnpike from 7: Contact Steve Holland steveholl at aol dot com for questions.
Hamden - Eli Whitney Barn: Hamden - New Haven Farms: Fundraising dance for New Haven Farms. The ancient art of the barn-dance was the farmer's social networking opportunity. Gather with New Haven Farms to celebrate the harvest and support the modern-day small farms movement.
A caller, working with a group of live musicians, guides new and experienced dancers of all ages through dances in circle, square and line formations. We change partners often, so you don't need to bring your own to dance to these fiddle tunes! Hamden, Connecticut - Whitney: Dance in the Auditorium at Whitney from 6: Make new ones at this jovial neighborhood gathering!
Dance in the Auditorium at Whitney, Hamden, CT with a lesson at 6pm and dancing from 7pm to 10pm. No previous experience required; no partner required. Hampton, Connecticut - Town Celebration: Country dancing is included amongst the activities parade, speeches, barbeque, softball tournament, staged reading for Memorial Day, May 26 in Hampton.
Oldtone and Hancock Shaker Village present a traditionally inspired old-time music gathering featuring workshops, an open jam in the historic Round Stone Barn, a fiddle and banjo contest and more jamming.
Local food vendors and craft beer available all day. Hartford, Connecticut - Fred Community: Dance begins at 9pm. Participants are asked to wear soft-soled shoes to protect the church's wooden floor and loose comfortable clothing. Feel free to bring a snack to share at the break. Invite your friends and come have loads of fun together!
Child care will NOT be provided. Dance from 7 PM - 9: This dance is open to the public. Teens and young adults are especially encouraged to join in on the fun! Please refrain from using scented personal products as some folks in our community may have sensitivities to them. Wear comfortable clothes and soft soled shoes to prodect our beautiful wood dance floor. This annual event promises great food, fun and entertainment for the entire family, as well as promotional opportunities for area businesses and organizations.
A variety of events and activities are part of the even including a contra dance. The buses will run from 8: For more information, contact the Chamber office at or info wachusettareachamber. NEFFA is very excited about the outreach program they are sponsoring to acquaint the 6th, 7th and 8th graders at Hopkinton Middle school to traditional New England style contra dancing. They will learn some contra, square and circle dances.
After a full two day program in the school, the Hopkinton parent-teachers association has agreed to host a free public dance on Oct 11 from PM in the middle school gym. Housatonic, Massachusetts - Callers' Practice Dance: This Sunday afternoon dance is an opportunity for new contra dance callers to practice their skills and we need dancers! E-mail Maggie McRae at mcraemb7 gmail. All dances will be taught so that inexperienced dancers may join in the fun. Attendees will dance with a different partner for each dance, although dates who attend together and significant others might dance with each other more than once.
For more information, contact Judie Emery at All are welcome to join in this celebration of community as we gather musicians, callers and dancers together in the Crane Estate Barn. An informal, fun evening for all. Light bites and beverages will be available for purchase from Ferreira Foods of Salem.
Ipswich, Massachusetts - Ipswich is First: Ipswich, Massachusetts - Recreation Department: Ipswich, Massachusetts - Cultural Council: Contra dance is a traditional folk line dance.
By the end of the dance, each participant will have danced with everyone in the hall. Each dance is open to beginners and experienced dancers of all ages. Town Hall gymnasium, 25 Green St. Check web site for start and end times. Boston Gay and Lesbian Contra Dancers present contras, some squares and English country dancing, featuring live music at most dances.
Send e-mail to jp-contra-organizers AT lcfd. Boston Gay and Lesbian Contra Dancers present a special night of contras, some squares and English country dancing, featuring live music at most dances. For regular evening dances: Pay less if you can't afford it. Children under 12 get in free. For afternoon workshops and advanced dances: Second dance free cards: Tickets available at the door: All dances will be taught first, then called. Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts - Boat House: Come to dance, learn how to dance, or just enjoy the tunes.
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts - Leather Ball: It's a contra dance Non-scuff boots only, please. Details on web site. Want to be a Square Dance Caller? We'll need people to dance while the callers-in-training practice so feel free to join us for that part, too! Connecticut Hospitals - From the American Hospital Directory, with links to hospital web sites and job opportunities. Summer Jobs for Teens Tips Video. Best of the Web - Employment.
Connecticut Summer Jobs - Links to summer employment opportunities in Connecticut. The Summer Youth Employment and Learning Program pre-application process begins February 9, at 2pm and will close April 30, How to help your teen get a summer job.
Hire Teen - Jobs for all teens. It is not too early to begin planning for Summer United Way of Connecticut and the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood also provide an online search for child care including summer camps at http: Selected Youth Camps - The following camps have submitted information to be posted on this website. Audubon Center at Bent of the River.
Avon Old Farms Summer Programs. Channel 3 Kids Camp. Department of Children and Families Wilderness School. Ethel Walker Summer Camp. Girl Scouts of Connecticut. National Computer Camp at Fairfield University. Joe Namath Football Camp.
Mystic Seaport Camps and Programs. The New Children's Museum. Woodcock Nature Center Summer Camps. Yale Peabody Museum Summer Camps. The University of Hartford offers four exciting summer camp programs for children from pre-school through twelfth grade.
Each program is unique, yet all share a common commitment to excellence in curriculum, staff, and facilities. All programs are based on the premise that learning and fun go hand in hand! Summer Place - First through ninth graders. Offered in three two-week sessions. Your child will have the unique opportunity to hang out with dinosaur fossils, explore ancient cultures, study rocks and minerals, and investigate wildlife through the museum's hands-on, interactive, sciencefocused camps.
These five-day camps offer a glimpse behind-the-scenes of the Peabody and into rarely visited spaces, while providing fun, safe, engaging summer activities. To register for Summer Camp, visit http: Some weeks even have a Friday night campout option for campers and their parents to set up tents, roast some marshmallows, and enjoy all the wonders a star-filled Woodcock night has to offer! PreK and older groups only. The ratio of staff to campers is 1 to 6 or better and the maximum number of campers per group is Our exceptional location, all-star staff, expanded fleet of small boats create the ultimate summer experience for your child.
Choose from our camp options: This camp is open to girls entering grades Summer Riding Experience is staffed by the same team that runs the School's equestrian program. All are second and third generation horsewomen who are seasoned competitors and trainers. SRE campers of all ability levels are coached by the Walker's team to become more complete equestrians, whether they are getting on a horse for the first time or are already accomplished riders.
Additionally, girls from Walker's equestrian team assist with SRE, giving campers a glimpse into the spirit and camaraderie of the School's riding program. For more information, contact Hillary Rheinheimer at hrheinheimer ethelwalker. Field trips three times per week. Room to Grow is a child care center and nursery school inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach to early education.
Air Conditioned - Bright - Clean Facility. We are proud in our belief that any child that wants a camp experience should have one regardless of a family's ability to pay, or any physical or developmental disability.
We are wheelchair accessible and can accommodate special dietary needs as well. Established in , we have over years of experience in providing elite staff, quality programming, and endless adventure. Children may attend multiple sessions providing space is available. We are very proud to be a host site for several specialty weeks happening this summer through partnerships with other organizations.
The National Military Association holds an Operation Purple camp week for children with parents that are in the military. Our full-day camp program runs all summer long and gives kids the opportunity to grow in spirit, mind and body through a variety of activities at our amazing facilities including: One of the reasons for this long-term success is the firm belief in maintaining the traditions and values that make campers want to come back year after year.
Campfires, ceremonies, singing, camping out under the stars, small cabin groups and a family-like community are as important as helping kids develop their character and confidence. Call our office, or Register Online. These camps are licensed by the DPH and inspected during the camp season every summer.
Many of the camps have also chosen to become accredited by the American Camp Association, which requires meeting hundreds of standards and is voluntary.
Camp staff are selected for their experience and skills working with youth in educational environments and for their knowledge of local ecology and natural history. All staff must pass background checks and are required to hold current CPR and First Aid certifications, making camp a safe place to learn about and experience nature.
Audubon Naturalists Day Camp: Leaders in Training Camp for Ages 14 and up. Mystic Seaport Summer Camps and Programs - Mystic Seaport offers a number of summer camp programs that provide a unique learning adventure where meeting new friends is fun and easy.
Select the camp that best suits your children and give them a summer to remember at Mystic Seaport! Our days are filled with riding lessons for beginners to advanced riders, horse care, barn management classes, swimming with the horses, supper rides, learning how to show a horse and much more. Girls also enjoy boating and swimming in our lake, tennis, archery, arts and crafts, evening programs, and field games. Each session ends with a horse show that family members may attend. Call today to arrange a tour.
Open Monday through Friday during scheduled sessions and designed to provide children with a complete summer day camp experience, activities include Red Cross swimming instruction, team-building activities, nature studies, organized sports, field events, nutrition education, cook-outs and more!
The program emphasizes the group experience and encourages an appreciation for nature and the environment. Applicants are considered without regard to race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, mental disability, national origin, age, physical disability, or ability to pay..
Campers have the chance to take part in visual arts, Capoeira, creative writing, dance, drama, music, textile arts, circus arts, African dance, yoga, pottery, and more with teaching artists who are all professionals in their fields. Organic nut-free and gluten-free snacks are offered daily.
Children must bring a nut-free lunch. An ice cream party and refreshments will be included as part of the festivities. Our day camp has either a full day or half day option and is for children entering grades 1 through 6. Each week has a theme, but each session is sure to feature planetarium shows, animal demonstrations, and time exploring exhibits.
The Preschool is onsite and so the children also get to enjoy visiting the museum. Please visit our website for more information regarding upcoming summer programs and registration dates. Please contact us at camp avonoldfarms. It is our mission to provide camps that offer children the opportunities to experience and learn new skills, build friendships, and gain self-confidence.
This summer we will be offering a variety of day and boarding camps, and hope that you will join us. For more information, please visit the Summer Program page on our website, www.
We can also be reached by phone at or email at camp avonoldfarms. Middlesex County Camp - Moodus, Connecticut. Camp friends are forever friends. That's our motto at Middlesex County Camp, a day and overnight camp for children and teens ages 4 to Our modern facility within a woodland setting offers a mixture of traditional camping and innovative programming.
A superior staff from all over the world combines play with personal rewards to create unforgettable memories as well as to facilitate lifelong friendships in both campers and staff. Overnight sessions run weekly from Sunday afternoon to Friday evening. Day Camp programming runs Monday-Friday from 7am to 6pm. We hope to see you soon! Learn more about our camp at www. Project Oceanology Summer Camps are a great way to explore new environments, expand your science knowledge and make lifelong friends!
Project Oceanology has over 35 years of experience in offering engaging, enriching and exciting summer learning opportunities in STEM related areas. Students participating in Project Oceanology summer camps leave having a better understanding of the natural world around them, future career opportunities and friends for life.
We offer a variety of summer camp options to meet your campers level of interest. Explore Long Island Sound, rocky shores, salt marshes and barrier beaches. Discover the vital role habitats play in our coastal ecosystems by using scientific instruments, such as trawl and plankton nets and water chemistry kits.
Participants in Summer Marine Studies spend 3 weeks doing an in-depth research project investigating a variety of topics involving the Poquonock River. Learn how to operate scientific equipment such as electronic meters and microscopes. Teams of 2 to 4 students will prepare a written and oral presentations.
Girl Scout Camps in Connecticut offer all girls a wide variety of day and residential camping experiences including sports and crafts. The camps and their internet addresses are as follows: Join us for our 60 th summer! Making new friends and learning exciting new skills is at the heart of what we do at Camp An-Se-Ox, a day camp located in Oxford, CT, every day. Our beautiful acre outdoor center provides the perfect balance of natural wooded areas and open activity spaces: Girls learn the values of determination, curiosity, and responsibility as they enjoy the 16 acres of summer camp here at Camp Aspetuck, a day camp in Weston, CT.
Girls get to explore their individuality and creativity through traditional camp activities and fun themes for each week: Weekly themes and unique creative activities make each session at Camp Carlson, a day camp in Bristol, CT, a special one. Girls get to explore their individuality and creativity as they enjoy all the activities that this traditional camp has to offer. Every girl receives swim instruction, and girls entering grade 4 and up can try archery.
Horseback riding lessons are available during selected sessions: Nestled in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountain in Central Connecticut, Buck' Rock is like no other summer arts sleepaway camp. We are a low-key, non-competitive haven where artists ranging in ages from 9 to 16 are free choose their own creative and preforming arts projects and activities. We share the principles of Montessori, and have always believed in young peoples' ability to structure their time intelligently and make self-directed choices that tap their inherent interests most productively.
Under towering oak and maple trees, our teen and junior campers discover their passions, find their voice, and experience the exhilaration of endeavor and accomplishment. Litchfield Jazz Camp - A co-ed one-to-four week residential or day program for vocalists and instrumentalists ages 12 to adult, beginners, intermediate and advanced players, students with learning disabilities, and others. That is how the collaborative, supportive and fun atmosphere at Litchfield Jazz Camp is created..
The program runs Sunday to Friday. Students attending more than one session are welcome to stay on campus over the weekend. There is no pre-audition required. Instead, campers are placed into skill-based combos and prepare a short concert to perform for parents and friends. Rowing Camp - A co-ed, one-to-three week residential or day program for beginning, intermediate and advanced rowers who are entering grades 7 to Field Hockey - A day program for girls entering grades The curriculum features the latest stick work, passing, offensive and defensive techniques, and goalkeeper training.
Instructors are experienced field hockey coaching staff. We also offer a morning half day camp for year olds. NCC camps offer a wonderful opportunity to sample college life and are ideal for experienced as well as first time campers. Morning camp is available to year olds. Coed ages with computer backgrounds from absolute beginner to super advanced. The curriculum consists of the following major areas: Campers select the course s they want to take at camp on the Course Selection Form that is mailed to the campers upon receipt of the application see Forms and see Courses.
The Complex Performing Arts Centre. Curtain Call's Summer Youth Theater. Friends of Madison Youth - The Barn. The Elm City ChamberFest. Katharine Hepburn Cultural Arts Center. Kokopelli School of Music and Arts. New Britain Youth Theater. Newington Children's Theater Company. Pantochino Productions Summer Theater Camp. Shubert Summer Theater and Arts Camps.
Ballet School of Stamford. Summer Theater of New Canaan. Wethersfield Academy for the Arts. Giuliano's School of Music. Central Connecticut Student Writing Program. Manchester Community College Gifted Education. Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation. Common Ground Environmental Center. Boys and Girls Clubs of Bristol. Bushy Hill Nature Center. High Meadow Day Camp. Indian Rock Day Camp. Stamford Jewish Community Center. Westville Community Nursery School. Audubon Center in Greenwich. Pelagic Kids Fishing Camp.
Northwest Catholic High School Sports. Wu Dang Kung Fu Academy. YB World Taekwondo Academ y. Microsoft Store Free Summer Camps. Academy at Post University. Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Color, Photography and more! Come and learn from a professional artist in a beautiful nature preserve in Killingworth. The classes are offered to children and adults and the schedule will be set up according to age groups. Students will sign up for a week Monday thru Friday: Classes will meet in the Pond House Studio and on the grounds of the private nature preserve of Murray Pond.
Children get a fun week of zoo-based activities, tours, and behind the scenes experiences. Each day patrollers tour an area of the zoo Rainforest, Predators, Farmyard, Hoofstock and have a special presentation by our keeper staff. The activities may include making enrichment items for the animals, watching training procedures, learning about new exhibits and more. Each week also offers some of our zoo resentations and introduction to our education animal collection. We offer zoo related games, crafts and activities for the younger groups.
The sessions for the older children may include hands on activities involving tracking, scientific observation, and artifact identification. Zoo Patrollers also take part in all special summer shows offered by the zoo.
Each day includes time for a snack and a little air-conditioned break! Special Friday activities include a carousel ride and a trip to the gift shop. Please call the Education Department for more information: Activities at both the historic Noah Webster House and the farm at Westmoor Park give campers first-hand experience with the games, fun, and chores of colonial times.
At Westmoor Park, children encounter life on a farm by caring for the barnyard animals, tending the vegetable garden, and creating food and crafts from the bountiful natural resources of the park.
We have a great summer planned filled with science, art, hikes, swimming, and animals! Each day begins with hands-on activities led by an experienced museum educator.
Afternoons are devoted to playtime, swimming, crafts, and field trips. Register for one, two, three, or all six weeks. Hours each day are from 8: The Oak Grove Nature Center offers fifty-two acres of land with trails, a pond, covered bridge, and a teaching building. Rachel Hadyka rhadyka lutzmuseum. Half-day and full-day classes are offered; different art themes and media are offered each week. Financial aid is also available. Classes cover a range of media and themes, including multimedia art, digital photography, glasswork, textiles, pottery, metalworking, printmaking, beading, sewing, drawing, comics and more.
All classes are currently posted on the GAC website, www. Registration remains open throughout the summer. Children participate in age-based groups, accompanied by warm and supportive counselors who work with the children throughout the day.
Each group, which is identified by a distinct color, enjoys drama, dance, music, art, and movement each day, under the guidance of our experienced artistic staff. This five-week program provides instruction in Circus Arts to over children. Children have learned juggling, unicycling, acrobatics, clowning, stilting, dance and visual arts and worked with skilled artists to create an original, open-air, Circus every summer since ! Kids work together, build skills, strength and friendships over the course of this unique program.
Advanced Circus students also serve as role models and student leaders in clowning, stilting, unicycling, juggling, acrobatics and puppetry classes and performances. Summer at New Haven Ballet provides the highest caliber classical ballet training, augmented by a rich diversity of classes taught by our outstanding faculty.
In addition, NHB is offering two types of summer classes in July. In New Haven we will offer our traditional Summer Intensive, during which students focus on improving their technique by dedicating several hours each day to classical ballet and performing for friends and family in a lecture demonstration at the end of the week. In Branford we will offer expanded recreational classes in the afternoons and evenings for students aged 3-adult.
Common Ground Environmental Center Summer Camps - Summer should be for making mud pies, building forts, wading in streams, eating food right from the garden, and making friends and lifelong memories. Our camps are based on a child-centered model where campers make daily choices about the things they are most excited to do.
There is lots of time for free play and discovery as well as daily activity sessions on the farm and in the forest, led by our amazing team of caring and creative staff.. At iD Tech Camps, imaginations soar as kids and teens unlock their internalDrive and use 21st century skills to transform interests into projects of their own-and have fun doing it.
For both the beginning computer novice and advanced tech whiz, students collaborate, make new friends and develop new skills, gaining confidence and a competitive advantage for college and future careers. Many of our staff are professional educators. Additionally, a significant number of our instructors are teachers from The Independent Day School. Children may enroll in Summer Programs for one to seven weeks, for a full day, 8: Some workshops are designed to take place over two weeks, so that campers can have a more in-depth experience.
Each morning workshop includes time for snack. Snacks, lunches and beverages are brought from home. Supervised lunch is from Elm City ChamberFest is a two-week intensive chamber music program for intermediate and advanced string and piano students from ages 8 - In addition to participating in their weekly chamber music performances, students, in small 5: Additional instruction is provided by our internationally renowned guest artists that offer master classes and coachings throughout the two weeks.
Students also have the opportunity to observe a world class group of faculty and guest artists in performances as part of an evening concert series. Elm City ChamberFest is also one of the few programs in the country that offers chamber music for young guitar students.
Open Choice Summer Programs. Center for Creative Youth. This program is designed for boys and girls ages 8 - 12 and it sells out every year!
The program is held at our Bloomfield, CT headquarters and run by our staff. Program consists of week-long sessions, either morning or afternoon.
Kids will learn about guide dogs and their blind partners; dog grooming and health care; and dogs who perform other jobs, such as police work. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, and we recommend early registration - this program sells out every year! Contact Jan Adams at or jadams fidelco.
Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, Inc. Overall, our Summer Youth Theatre provides nearly hours of creative enrichment and interaction for youth with common interests under the guidance of a team of area professionals.
Summerstock Creative Theatre ages Monday to Friday, 9: Improvisation, modern acting and Shakespeare.
Build performance skills, creative instincts and self-confidence. Summerstock Musical Theatre ages Monday to Friday 9: A fun and focused study in voice, movement and acting for musical theatre performance. Summerstock Junior ages Two, separate, two-week sessions; Monday to Friday, A well-rounded curriculum featuring acting, music, movement and basic stage craft.
Each session culminates in a performance showcase for family and friends. Bianco at brian curtaincallinc. Campers in grades will experience hands-on science enrichment through fun and engaging activities. Camps include structured activities with our STEM Educators, as well as supervised free time to explore the Science Center's galleries and exhibits.
We offer Day Camps during school vacation as well as week-long programs in the summer. Each camp's theme helps develop science concepts, guiding campers to greater understanding of science material and its application to the real world.
Kids can explore a different science theme at each camp! Connecticut Science Center Columbus Blvd. Private camps - NEW 6 person minimum or equivalent in cost - call for available dates. In the Downunder summer program our focus is to make paddling an easy, safe, and fun experience while teaching skills the 'right' way, and appropriate to the age and ability of the campers.
Where the wonders of summer meet the joys of learning. Why settle for an ordinary summer Explore both familiar and new subjects in an atmosphere that inspires academic engagement, enrichment, and growth. You will learn alongside peers from around the world in small, experiential classrooms.
Mornings focus on fashion and illustration, afternoons on sewing and clothing design. On the last day participants put on a runway fashion show for parents and relatives with professional styling and a photo shoot.
Week Two focuses on the different styles of two fashion designers: Gianni Versace and Jeanne Paquin. Advance registration is recommended. Sign your kids up for summer STEM learning fun with hands-on activities through full and half-day programs for young learners entering grades K We offer new themes each week and special 2-week programs for kids entering Grades Discounts are available by phone for households booking multiple programs, and for Museum Members. For additional information, or if you have questions about our Summer Programs, contact Lynn Olins at x Apply to be a Summer Programs volunteer today must be at least 15 and entering 10th grade!
Yale Peabody Museum - Summer Camps. Are you looking for a fun and educational program for your children next summer? Summer Camps for children entering 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grade. A limited number of full and partial need-based scholarships are available.
To request a scholarship application please email peabody. Rehearsals will be held over a four-week half-day program on Mondays through Fridays from July 2 through July 27 except July 4. Program hours are 9: All children who register will be cast in the show, but auditions will be scheduled in June to place actors in roles. Rustic Pathways Foundation - The Rustic Pathways Foundation is a nonprofit c 3 organization committed to strengthening communities and increasing educational and enrichment opportunities available to underprivileged youth in the United States and abroad.
Wooster School - Summer At Wooster. Experience the difference at a summer camp for children from Pre-K through 9th grade. The focus is on fun and friendship. Brian Hastings, Director of Summer at Wooster. Kris Honeycutt, Registrar of Summer at Wooster summeratwooster woosterschool. The camp offers students a chance to take in-depth classes in theater, dance and visual arts while in an arts rich environment.
The camp is open to both New Haven and non-New Haven residents. Both performances are open to all campers, their families, and friends! Campers may bring their own lunch or opt for a district-provided lunch; a mid-morning snack is provided. Each class will take at least one field trip to local arts-based organizations and institutions. Teens will have the opportunity to rehearse and perform in a full production of Pippin, which will be performed in the Hartford Stage theatre in downtown Hartford.
Teens will participate in acting classes, electives and workshops with guest artists. Students are cast in either a musical or non-musical production. Students spend mornings rehearsing and afternoons exploring elective classes of their choice. Once a week, the Youth Ensemble enjoys a field trip together.
Students will take classes in story theatre, creative movement, music, puppetry, and arts and crafts, and go on a weekly field trip. Each session ends in a mini-production that the cast creates based on favorite stories and characters.
One-Act Play, Ages , 9am-5pm. Young actors will hone their skills with training in the basics of acting and improvisation, working toward a production. Close out the summer with drama and fun!
Students will explore literature from summer reading lists through acting, musical theatre, creative movement and arts and crafts.
Our youngest artists will enjoy a half-day of creative movement, music, story theatre, and puppet play! Located just outside of Hartford, this is the perfect site for an adidas Tennis Camp. Campers can choose from participating in Tennis only or Tennis, Basketball or Soccer drills throughout the week. Sacred Heart University Tennis Camps. Campers will train on Sacred Heart University's 6 varsity tennis courts. Don't miss out on this Connecticut tennis camp.
Campers will train on the brand- new 14 court tennis complex. Don't miss out on one of the finest Connecticut tennis camps. Parents supply daily lunch, sunblock, change of clothes, bathing suit and towel. Van transportation available for the children pick-up and drop-off in Torrington. The more sessions you sign in, the more you save!
To inquire at our Connecticut location: Everyone enrolled is cast in the production! Sessions run Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, with performances on the weekends. Payment plans and before and after care available. Performances are Friday and Saturday at 7pm and Saturday and Sunday at 2pm.
Everyone receives a free cast t-shirt! Throughout the session, kids will learn blocking movement , choreography and music in preparation to become part of the ensemble of the corresponding Summer Stages production. Everyone receives a free cast t-shirt. Culinary Institute grades A one-week, full-day program for grades exploring the culinary arts.
Three 3 identical one-week sections each summer. Adventures in Leadership grades or grades A one-week, full-day program for grades or grades strengthening leadership and teamwork skills. A one-week, full-day program for grades exploring technology, engineering, science or mathematics. Two 2 one-week programs, Technology One and Technology Two. Students can enroll in both weeks or one. August Full-Day Academic Program: Summer Academy for Gifted Youth grades K-8 A two-week academic enrichment program for gifted, talented and highly motivated students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
There are many specific courses to chose from. Please see our summer catalog for specific course listings and descriptions. Here at Pantochino, we are not teachers by trade. We believe this is what sets us apart, and makes our camps the most fun. Since , Breakaway Hockey has been successfully offering hockey skills camps to players in northern Connecticut. Once again this year, Breakaway will be teaming with former Breakaway camper Ben Smith, now a member of the Toronto Maple Leafs, to bring skill development to experienced players.
Must have played on a team in the season. Ben will be an active participant in all aspects of the camps. Campers will have approximately 3 hours of ice time daily. Off-ice sessions will include on balance, agility, foot-speed, power, strength and flexibility, based on USA Hockey's Windows of Trainability.
Camp jersey is included. For families seeking a five-day camp experience, we have added an optional "Fun Friday" to our sessions. Extended Day is available until 4: Long Days of Summer, open to rising 1st - 6th graders, 8: Students will have the support of educators and their peers while they work on their own story from beginning to end.
They will then have the opportunity to have their work workshopped and finally published in an anthology at the close of our program. The afternoons of our first week, we will be holding our Poetry program. Students will be exposed to various forms of poetry and other forms of more artistic writing, applying their learning to the writing of their own poetry.
They will have the option of publishing their original work in our anthology at the close of our program. The afternoons of our second week, we will be holding a Daily Workshop program.
Each day, students will experience a different variety of writing and work on several different pieces. More information on each day's workshop will be coming soon, but your student can expect to work with more creative styles of writing as well as see the different ways writing can be used to communicate ideas and take action in their world. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to email us at centralctwp gmail. You may also call us at All classes are based in technology while focusing on a variety of topics to encourage kids in science, technology, engineering, arts, math STEAM programs.
Regardless of experience, all kids are encouraged to join in and be innovators! All classes include lunch, t-shirts and goodie bags. If you require assistance, please contact Christa Sterling at or csterling ccsu. No one does summer like the Mandell JCC! We combine the best of all your favorite summer activities in one place to give you an unparalleled experience. Summer Camps and Programs: Stamford, CT , Phone: Cedar Island Marina - Summer Camp. Marine Biology Educational Program.
Be a Marine Biologist! Our program participants have the opportunity to spend a week with real marine biologists! We have an instructor to child ratio of 2 to 1, which means participants not only form bonds with their peers, but also with the counselors. This allows our future scientists to perform scientific experiments that include looking at the abundance of the different species present in numerous habitats. Working in small groups also provides a more personalized setting allowing for fun AND learning.
Each day of our program begins with launching canoes in Clinton Harbor! We then take tours up the Hammonasset River and through the surrounding salt marshes. At high tide we go further into the marsh to compare and contrast marsh and harbor animals. At low tide we visit the mudflats adjacent to our marina, which is always a favorite!
Ages 9 - Must register at least 2 weeks before program session. For further information contact us directly at CIMresearchlab gmail. Mini Golf Mural Madness. Projects will be different each week. Mosaics and Mulligans with Artist Sarah Segovia: Can you see sound? Can you hear art? Explore the peripheries of digital and sound art with new media artist Balam Soto during an immersive experience The MATT for teens Paint a mural that becomes an electronic, musical instrument when you touch it!
Sonic Mural will be an interactive mural that combines art with cutting-edge technologies. After painting the mural, participants will learn to integrate touch sensors and electronics. Please contact the Museum at x for more information. Our weeklong summer programs are transformative. Students will grow leaps and bound, both in their technical skill and in their creative thought.
Summer programs are designed to keep summer fun in mind and also give students an intensive experiences where they truly excel and exceed all expectations! Summer Arts Intensive, Ages 12 to The Complex's Summer Arts Intensive is like no other program around. Delve into the arts, examine your practice, develop your unique voice, enhance technical skills, push your limits, step out of the comfortable and into the possibilities.
Led by The Complex Directors, Nichola Johnson MFA, and Julie Watt MFA, along with a staff of professional artists, students will be taken on a journey they will never forget and will forever effect the way they think about art and creating. Join us and take the leap this summer!
An experience you will never forget and a learning environment that is second to none. Putnam CT , www. The day will combine the training of basic skills as kicking, punching and jumping. It is our goal to help the campers build body strength, conditioning and flexibility, as well as a effective approach to self-defense. Sibling discount is available. Everyone is welcome, but our space is imited 20 campers per week , register soon if you are interested. Meet new friends and check out the fantastic fun adventures offered at Summer Escape Camp!
We have many activities planned that will entertain and excite kids throughout the summer. Summer Escape Camp, licensed by the Summer Youth Camp division of the CT Office of Early Childhood, ensures your kids are in a safe and supportive environment filled with boredom-busting activities. Of course, no session would be complete without a weekly field trip to Lake Congamond in Southwick, MA for swimming, building sand castles, and sand volleyball.
Connecticut Audubon Society - Summer Camps Low staff-to-camper ratios ensure all campers have a safe, fun, and educational camp experience. Our Summer Camps staff strive to provide a variety of hands-on activities each day. Box 11 Pomfret Center, CT Roger Tory Peterson Center: Join us this summer for exciting programs that can help you find your passion and get a head start before your first college semester.
Summer Academy programs are offered during both July and August, which means you can participate in more than one option. Each one-week program provides you with an intensive, hands-on exploration of the area of study. Each sport session follows a similar format, with individual skills, group stations, contests of the day, and game play. All campers will receive a Sports Academy t-shirt and the ever-popular Car Magnet.. This All Skills camp, for girls ages , is designed to teach the fundamentals of volleyball along with the opportunity to improve on individual skills.
The curriculum will cater to those ranging from elite to beginner levels. The players will be grouped by age and skill level so that they can compete in a safe and competitive environment. The Den, 30 Baker Hollow Rd.
Boys Camp is back this summer. This camp will be open to boys entering 7thth grade and will be very focused on helping players master the fundamentals. Each day will feature some tournament play as well usually 2v2, 3v3 or 4v4. Give your body the tune-up it needs just in time for your high school volleyball tryouts. This day camp is designed to hone your skills in an intense but fun environment.
Incoming 9th graders are welcome with or without experience. Middle school players with prior club experience will be accepted on a case by case basis. Nutmeg Volleyball Camp at Loomis Chaffee School includes top quality volleyball instruction and 24 hour supervision with the goal of providing a safe and fun volleyball experience. Dormitory housing on campus and all meals are provided for overnight resident campers. Extended Day campers will have lunch and dinner provided. All day camp for children is from 9: Children will enjoy science experiments, cooking, field trips, special vistors, games, painting, stem activities, crafts and more based on the "Theme of the week".
Please call for more info and to register. We get active and get outdoors daily! Summer is the time to explore, learn and grow. Our well-rounded program encourages campers to build friendships and develop an appreciation for nature and science. Indoor and outdoor activities create wonderful opportunities for fun and exploration. Each week a different nature inspired theme reflects our commitment to the natural world around us. This summer is going to be amazing!
First, we have a new name, Day Camps The J! Second, Day Camps The J will encompass all of our summer camp programs, including O-la-mi our traditional day camp and new sports and creative specialty camps. The Jewish values of kindness, respect, compassion, and community that O-la-mi was built on are more important than ever. Day Camps The J will continue to be a place where campers, their families and our staff come together to learn, grow, build confidence and make lifelong friendships.
Program and registration information. In all those years we have learned the basic truth about all kids - they just want to have FUN! There's an abundance of fun to be had at High Meadow Day Camp and as our campers play and enjoy their summer days they also master new skills, overcome challenges and build confidence.
At the same time they develop special friendships and come away with memories that last a lifetime. Our trained, certified staff members teach fun and varied activities. The small counselor to camper ratio encourages the development of diverse skills by working in small, intimate groups and encouraging each camper. Learning to take risks is an important part of growth and development. High Meadow provides a safe, comfortable environment for children to take that extra step toward making them more confident.
The facilities and programs offered at High Meadow Day Camp are of the highest quality. Our accreditation by the American Camping Association assures parents that we have met the highest health and safety standards in the camping industry.
We are also inspected and licensed annually by the State of Connecticut. Ben Chaback, Mailing Address: The legendary George Balanchine created many major roles for Ms.
Govrin, and today she excels as both a teacher and choreographer. All of our professional faculty, many with deep roots in the Balanchine tradition, will provide the nurturing and guidance to enrich your own experience..
Although we are located in a church we are not a religious program. NCCCC was established in in response to a need for quality child care. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 6: We ask that parents choose a nine hour period within this time frame. All of our counselors are at least 18 years of age; most are in college.
Children between the ages of 5 having completed Kindergarten and 12 may register. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis. Please call Kathy for more information or check out our website at http: Explore the visual arts this summer with week-long summer programs for ages 4 to Programs are available for Ages , Ages , and Ages Each one or two week program includes: Morning drop-off beginning at 8: Space is limited; please enroll early! We have three amazing programs this summer!
Professional theatre artists work with Junior Company members to mount a musical. Students entering grades participate in a three-week theatre intensive including workshops and master classes taught by a variety of professional theatre artists. Students will also have the opportunity to attend a Broadway show with cast talk back!
A unique musical theatre program for children with special needs! Children ages will rehearse and put on a musical. For more information on programming please contact Education Director Meredith Walker: The Palace Theater - Summer Camp. Triple Threat Performer Intensive. This week-long theatre arts intensive is designed to propel aspiring performers to reach dynamic new levels of skill.
Students will fully engage in master classes exploring the disciplines of acting, singing, and dancing Musical Theater, Body Percussion, Hip-Hop, Latin Fusion and more. At the end of this transformative week, students will have a deeper understanding of how to successfully integrate song, dance, and character. A fun-filled week of Circus-Arts Workshops where students learn exciting new skills, including: Camp participants will take away performance skills, gain confidence and experience the joy of Circus!
Information and Registration ,. We provide a variety of activities that are age-appropriate and designed to offer children and early teens a full day of learning and fun during the summer. Courses include adventure sports boogie boarding, fishing, kayaking, snorkeling, SUP, surfing , marine science, power boating, and sailing.
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