A look during some of a new programs during LI summer camps

January 29, 2018 - summer camp

SnappyXO, a modular robotics pack that will be

SnappyXO, a modular robotics pack that will be featured during Park Shore Country Day Camp in Dix Hills this summer. Photo Credit: Anurag Purwar

Here’s a smattering of some of a new programs starting during camps opposite Long Island this summer:

  • The Madison Theatre during Molloy College in Rockville Centre is charity a Broadway Boot Camp from Jul 9 to 13, with students ages 9 to 18 receiving instruction in steer singing, dance and movement, voice and speech, musicianship and improvisation. There will also be a Musical Theatre Intensive and Broadway Boot Camp from Jul 9 to Aug. 12. A video try-out is compulsory for all students; madisontheatreny.org.
  • Camps ‘R’ Us, which offers weekly sessions in humanities and crafts, sports, bowling, swimming and some-more for kids ages 3 to 15, has combined two new locations, in East Rockaway and St. James; campsrus.org.
  • Camp W in Melville has a new aptness room and now offers half-day trips for comparison campers on a weekly basis; campwdaycamp.com.
  • Miss Sue’s Summer Fun during Miss Sue’s Preschool Day Camp in Plainview has new areas for younger children, including a mini hockey rink, mini soccer and ball fields and a mini basketball court. There is also a new science, technology, engineering and math program; misssuesnurseryschool.com.
  • Camp Gan Israel of Roslyn has a new location during New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury; ganisraelroslyn.com.
  • iD Tech has new locations at Stony Brook University in Stony Brook, Adelphi University in Garden City and New York Institute of Technology in Old Westbury, with programs for kids ages 7 to 17 in programming, diversion design, 3-D modeling, robotics and cyber security; idtech.com.
  • The Laurel Hill School Summer Camp in East Setauket has a new outdoor scholarship classroom that covers 10,000 block feet and includes plantation animals. Programs are accessible for infants by 10th-graders; laurelhillschool.org.
  • Park Shore Country Day Camp in Dix Hills has hired a Stony Brook University professor for a Extreme Steam scholarship camp. The stay will embody SnappyXO, a patent-pending modular robotics pack designed and grown in a university’s Computer-Aided Design and Innovation lab in Stony Brook University; extremesteamcamp.com.
  • The Usdan Summer Camp for a Arts in Wheatley Heights is rising Matinee Idols, a three-week complete low-pitched museum march that will investigate a new “Mean Girls” musical. The stay will also deliver a creative-writing program, as good as a march from puppet garb Puppet Kitchen and a stone rope module that is open to students who play drums, bass, guitar, keyboard and name strings, as good as voice musicians; usdan.org.
  • Camp Edey in Bayport has introduced Corcls, turn boats that can be used while sitting or kneeling, with a paddle, for students in third class and up; nwsdy.li/edey.
  • The YMCA of Long Island, which offers summer day camps in Glen Cove, Huntington, Bay Shore, Patchogue and East Hampton for children ages 3 to 15, is introducing a new Pick Your Camp Weeks program that will concede relatives to select from adult to 10 weeks of stay from Jun 25 to Aug. 31, with a choice for discounts, as good as monthly remuneration plans; ymcali.org/summer-day-camp.
  • The School of Rock in Farmingdale is holding dual themed sessions. That ’70s Camp, from Jul 9 to 20, explores a tough stone sounds of bands such as Pink Floyd, Rush, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Journey, REO Speedwagon, The Rolling Stones, Queen, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple. The ’80s vs. ’90s camp, from Jul 30 to Aug. 10, explores a change from cocktail song from musicians such as Michael Jackson and Prince to grunge bands such as Green Day, Nirvana, Soundgarden and Pearl Jam; nwsdy.li/SOR.

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