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12 Hudson Valley Parent ■ May 2015 Little Pals Preschool 121 Harriman Heights Rd., Monroe; 845-783-3006; Your little camper will love our themed weeks, water activities, yoga, special events, sports, music, dance, and more. Plus, we have a large playground, bouncy house, and air conditioned facility for kids to enjoy. Panorama, The Olana Partnership 5720 Rte. 9G, Hudson; 518-828-1872; Panorama, Olana's week-long summer program, is held Monday-Friday during July. Weekly themes include: Art Making Camp, Environmental Science Camp, Wild Outside Camp, and Theater Camp. Participants may choose to attend one or all four weeks. Spark Media Project 42 Catharine St., Ste. C-200, Poughkeepsie; 845-485-4480 Campers of all ages work in teams to make their own movies, animations, radio podcasts, and more! We walk campers through the creative process and give them the opportunity to imagine, strategize, and produce. Lucky C Stables 31 Yankee Folley Rd., New Paltz; 845-255-3220; Children of all riding levels welcome. We have safe, reliable horses and an educated and knowledgeable sta. Full day or half day options. Campers will also learn how to care for and understand the horse. Poughkeepsie Galleria Kids Club 2001 South Rd., Poughkeepsie; 845-297-7600; A free, fun and entertaining way for your child to spend their summer mornings! Join us for dierent sessions with Just For Kicks Martial Arts, Two By Two Zoo and The Music School at Dutchess Community College! Ms. Claire's Montessori 8 Factory St., Montgomery; 845-522-9652; Our summer program is designed to provide campers with unique and enjoyable educa- tional, cultural, and recreational activities. There will be music, movement, arts and crafts, and much more. Mad Science Camp Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, & Ulster counties; 845-294-5434; Programs for K-6th grade. AM and PM programs running throughout the region. From Robotics to Outer Space, we have programs that will excite every child. Little Explorers Nursery & Day Care Center 304 Rte. 32 North, New Paltz; 845-256-2299 We are CPR, First Aid, and MAT Certied. We oer fresh fruits and vegetables as our morning and afternoon snack. A dierent theme each week ensures your child has a wonderful summer camp experience. Newburgh Free Library 124 Grand St., Newburgh; 845-563-3600; Join us for our summer reading programs for preschoolers, school-aged kids, and teens. Kids will enjoy story times, fun crafts, and special events. Meadow Creek Farm 321 Skidmore Rd., Pleasant Valley; 845-363-6000; We are a full-service English riding stable for riders and campers of all levels. Our camp oers tailored riding lessons, hands-on learning, grooming and tacking, mini horse shows, and guest visits from local equine specialists! Imagination Station Children's Center 90 Old Rte. 52, Stormville; 845-592-4800; Our experienced sta provides a safe, loving, and nurturing environment for your child, which fosters development across all areas. Your camper will enjoy themed weeks, tons of outdoor activities, and making memories. High Meadow School 3643 Main St., Stone Ridge; 845-687-4855; High Meadow is a progressive independent school that fosters creative and intellectual discovery, civic engagement, and personal growth. We celebrate the joy of learning and the power of community through volunteerism and school-wide cultural events.

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