Hudson Valley Parent

HVP May 2018

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14 Hudson Valley Parent n May 2018 A Parent SPECIAL SECTION ADVERTISING SUPPLEMENT ENRICHMENT After-school programs and activities open up a world of possibilities for children. To guide you through the many opportunities in our area, check out this month's Enrichment Guide! For more enrichment programs, visit Iron Dragon 88-8 Dunning Rd., Middletown. 845-342-3413; Find out why we are voted #1 by local parents. Martial Arts build self-esteem, teach children to respect themselves, have self-control and defend themselves. 25 years of experience. 14 Hudson Valley Parent Q August 2013 Photo provided by Kit Defever; Amelia Seyssel Parks Music Studio Near Spackenkill Rd. and Rte. 9, Poughkeepsie. 845-462-6209; Let your child discover the joy of singing! The Suzuki Method most widely associat- ed with the violin is now available for Voice. Individual Lessons; Family Lessons; Group Lessons; Recital Performances. Saturday Arts Lab @ SUNY New Paltz Smiley Art Building 108-A; 1 Hawk Dr., New Paltz. 845-257-3850; Classes offered in the visual arts, theatre and music. Experimental and traditional methods and techniques. Exploratory based learning. No experience necessary to learn and have fun. Scholarships available. Gardnertown Farm 822 Gardnertown Farm Rd., Newburgh. 845-564-6658; We offer English riding lessons, Summer Camp and indoor polo. We have quality school horses, indoor and outdoor facilities and host recognized and schooling horseshows regularly. Gold's Gym LaGrange 258 Titusville Rd., Poughkeepsie. 845-463-4800; A wide range of kids and teens programs, for girls and boys ages 3 to 5 yrs old including soccer, basketball, fitness classes and more. Need not be a Gold's member to participate. Hudson River Performing Arts Center 29 Elm St., Suite 205, Fishkill. 845-896-1888; For the best instruction in the arts throughout the year for Pre-School to Adults in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Modern, Acting, Musical Theater, Voice, Guitar and Music Together. Now enrolling for fall. Boy Scouts of America Summer Day Camp Locations in Dutchess, Rockland and Orange Counties 845-566-7300 Boys and girls ages 7-10 will enjoy fun and educational games in a natural setting while developing new friendships and building self-confidence. Reading Barn 3625 Rte. 82, Millbrook 845-677-2281 The Reading Barn gives your child a fun and creative experience, enhancing his or her reading, writing, and math skills in a beautiful outdoor setting. We enroll children who have completed preschool through those in grade five. Mid-Hudson Civic Center 14 Civic Center Plaza, Poughkeepsie 845-454-5800 The Mid-Hudson Civic Center's McCann Ice Arena and Ice Time Sports Complex serve youth organizations, leagues and individuals for both recreational and competitive figure skating, ice hockey, group and private lessons, public skating sessions and private parties. Army West Point Summer Camps 63 Howard Rd., West Point 845-938-5145 Army offers the following camps: baseball, basketball, hockey, lacrosse, rugby, football, soccer, softball, sprint football, swimming, tennis, track and field, cross country, volleyball, rifle and wrestling. Marist Summer Pre-College 3399 North Rd., Poughkeepsie 845-575-3226 Marist's summer pre-college program is an exciting way for students to gain a unique college experience while still in high school. Choose from 16 program o erings all located in the beautiful Hudson River Valley. Camp Hillcroft 1562 Rte. 55, Lagrangeville 845-223-5826 Camp Hillcroft is a family-run camp where children "learn by doing." Children will experience a full range of enrichment activities including creative arts, swimming, outdoor adventure, theater, dance, farming and a sports program. Camp Eagle Hill 232 White Oak Rd., Elizaville 914-725-4876 Camp Eagle Hill Day Camp offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, a beautiful 200-acre facility, small camp groups, a large adult staff and a wide variety of activity areas. iD Tech Camps SUNY New Paltz, New Paltz 844-788-1858 Code, game and create at the world's #1 summer technology camp! Students ages 7-17 learn to code apps, design video games, mod Minecraft, engineer robots, discover cyber security, build websites, print 3D models and more. A Parent Special Section CAMP GUIDE Check out this guide for highlights and contact information for 14 awesome local camps and summer programs. For more information on local camps, visit Kids are excited with camp season just around the corner. Photo by Michael Bloom

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