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Summer camp guide

Tri-State-area summer camps offer fun, new friends and new things to learn

April 09, 2010
  • Summer is just around the corner, now's the time to think about summer camps.
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It used to be that when you returned from summer camp, you'd have a sunburn, a handmade potholder, a bad case of poison ivy and a blue ribbon for swimming.

Today's summer camps are much more than learning how to tie a knot or trying not to be the first to fall asleep. Parents and their children want to learn something over the summer while meeting new people and making memories.

This year's listing of summer camps offer plenty of things to give your camper a productive summer.

Lifestyle's list is separated in categories ranging from history and theater to sports and science. Within each category, listings are chronological.

Clink on the links below to get to the categories.

General

Adventures in far-off lands

Agriculture

Animals

Arts and crafts

Computers and robotics

Faith-based

Horses

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Medicine

Music

Nature

Sciences

Sports

Theater

Writing

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