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Summer Day Camps 2014 Early Enrollment

SCHOOLS

Camp Guide from page 35

Brookside Tots Day Camp
for Boys & Girls
ages 3 — 4

HILLEL DAY SCHOOL
EARLY CHILDHOOD
CENTER CAMP
FUNTABULOUS
32200 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(248) 539-1484
aschlussel@hillelday.org
www.hillelday.org

Brookside Day Camp
for Boys & Girls
ages 5 — 6

Cranbrook Day Camp
for Boys

ages 7



14

Kingswood Day Camp
for Girls
ages 7 — 14

See why sunshine and laughter,
music and art, sports and water
play, running and jumping, and
exploration and discovery are all
better together at Camp FunTabu-
lous. Campers ages 2-5 will play
and explore in our safe and secure
facility, playgrounds and outdoor
nature area. For more informa-
tion, contact Robin Pappas, direc-
tor of the ECC, at (248) 539-1489
or rpappas@hillelday.org .

Summer Theatre School
for Boys & Girls
grades 2 — age 19

Summer Art Studio
for Boys & Girls
ages 7 14

Jazz Ensemble
for Boys & Girls
grades 6 10

JEWISH COMMUNITY
CENTER OF
METROPOLITAN DETROIT

TECHNO-botics Robotics
Camp for Boys & Girls
grades 1 — 10

CENTER DAY CAMPS
6600 W. Maple Road
West Bloomfield 48322
(248) 432-5578
Tal Siegmann, director
tsiegmann@jccdet.org

Cranbrook Kingswood
Athletic Camps
for Boys & Girls
grades K — 12

Young Authors Day Camp
for Boys & Girls
grades 1 9

Camps available by the week
For best pricing — register early

Fore & Aft Care Program
for Boys & Girls
ages 3 — 14

For more information online visit:

MUSIC INSTITUTE at Cranbrook
ages open, byaudition
www.musicatcranbrook.org

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www.schools.cranbrook.edu/programs/day

Phone: 248. 645. 3674
E-mail: summer@cranbrook.edu

Center Day Camps is licensed
and accredited and open to ages
2-15. Includes 100-plus programs,
ranging from sports to theater
and programs for youth with
special needs. Free transporta-
tion to most areas. New this year:
Hebrew immersion.

8.365.401

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time to start planning their Mitzvahs!

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Call 248.351.5107 for more information

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CAMP DISCOVERY
15110 W.10 Mile Road
Oak Park 48237
(248) 967-4030
Judy Front, director
jfront@jccdet.org
www.jccdet.org

Camp Discovery has programs for
ages 2-16. With dozens of camps
including sports, performance
arts, visual arts, specialty, teen
and tween. New this year: Robot-
ics and Minecraft, and Teen Kind-
ness Mission.

LAWRENCE
TECHNOLOGICAL
UNIVERSITY SUMMER
CAMPS
21000 W.10 Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075
(800) 225-5588
summercamps@ltu.edu

www.ltu.edu/summercamps

Academic summer camps for high
school students interested in en-
gineering, design, technology and
science are taught by professors
in modern labs and studios on
LTU's 102-acre Southfield cam-
pus, June 23-27, July 7-11,14-18
and 21-25.

MICHIGAN SCIENCE
CENTER SUMMER CAMP
5020 John R St.
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-8400
info®mi-sci.org
www.mi-sci.org

The Michigan Science Center
summer camp features five
theaters, 250+ hands-on exhibits,
outdoor activities and visits to
other nearby cultural institutions.
Campers in preschool through
grade 8 will explore life, space,
engineering and physical science
concepts.

ROEPER SCHOOLS
41190 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
www.roeper.org

Roeper Summer Programs offers
many camps throughout the
summer for children 3-years-old
through 12th grade. Programs
include the Roeper Summer Day
Camp, Summer Stock Theatre
and Roeper Dance Camp. Visit our
website for more information.

SUMMER IMPRESSIONS
DAY CAMP
4150 Middlebelt Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
(248) 661-3630
www.summerimpressions.com

The ultimate ACA-accredited spe-
cialty day camp for ages
3-10 (LIT's 11-14). Something
for everyone ... sports, arts and
crafts, drama, photography, chal-
lenge and miniature golf courses,
Ga-Ga courts, rock climbing,
tennis, basketball, Ping-Pong,
two in-ground heated swimming
pools, an arcade games room,
special visitors and events, theme
overnights and field trips. Private
group swim, tennis, soccer, cheer-
leading and math lessons avail-
able. In addition, summer stock
theater and our own Safety City
program. Campers can register

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