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HVP June 2016

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Page 14 of 47 n Hudson Valley Parent 15 Our unique program will not only focus on reading, writing, and math skills but will incorporate many other creative activities, including student participation in a music and drama program. Each summer different themes are explored through project-based learning. Limited Enrollment (845) 677-2281 | | 3625 Route 82 Millbrook, NY 12545 CELEBRATING OVER 30 YEARS of Teaching a Love of Learning July 5th – August 4th 2016 The Reading Barn offers an exciting summer for your child All of our classes are taught by experts certifi ed by Dance Educators of America! Hip Hop • Ballet • Pointe • Tap • Jazz • Acrobatics • Modern • Combination 1830 South Rd. • Wappingers Falls • 845-297-2204 Enroll for Summer Mention this ad for FREE Registration (Insurance not included) in Hyde Park, but they may not realize that Mount Gulian Historic Site is right here," Lutz says. Located in Fishkill, the site is a reconstructed 18th century Dutch manor house with tours of the barn, spring tea events and much more to see and do. Grasshopper Grove at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is a place where kids use their imaginations to hop from stump to stump, dance, sing and perform in the Adirondack lean-to, lie down on the top of a hill and more. It is open from mid-April through mid-November on Satur- days and Sundays from 10am-4pm. While there are many popular parks in the area, James Baird State Park may be an unfamiliar name. Built on farmland once owned by the contractor whose firm built the Lincoln Memorial, the park houses a nature center, scenic wooded trails for hiking in the spring and summer and cross country skiing in the win- ter as well as a sports complex for basketball, softball, volleyball and tennis. You might have heard of Cata- mount for skiing, but did you know you can keep the kids moving at the Catamount Adventure Park in Hillsdale? Ages 7 and up can climb, zipline and navigate 12 treetop courses of varying difficulties. The (Continued on Page 16) Swimming is one of the many family fun things to do at Sprout Creek Farm. Photo courtesy of Sprout Creek Farm

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