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Summer camps at Moorestown’s recreation center

Activities include culinary and sports programs

Fill your days this summer with week-long youth camps that meet individual interests and schedules. Take sports camp in the morning and learn what to do with all the beautiful produce found at Moorestown’s Farmers Market (Saturdays at the Burlington County Agricultural Center) with ‘Jersey Fresh’ Culinary Camp. The summer camp selection allows families to create the optimal experience.

Each week has options. Pick and choose from culinary, robotics, sports and traditional half-day camps.

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For the week of June 27, mornings – Roberts School classic camp from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Sports Camp at Jeff Young Park from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Afternoon European Dessert Baking Camp from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

For July 5, just the Roberts School daytime camp considering the holiday.

For July 11, mornings – Roberts School, Sports Camp, ‘Hogwarts’ Baking Camp. Afternoons – Beginning Baking and Robotics (Mars Mission & Zoo Bots). 

For July 18, mornings – Roberts School only. Afternoons – ‘Jersey Fresh’ Culinary Camp.

For July 25, mornings – Roberts School (last week available), Sports Camp and Basketball Camp. Afternoons – ‘Jersey Fresh’ Culinary Camp.

For Aug. 1, mornings – Art Camp and Sports Camp. Afternoons – ‘Jersey Fresh’ Culinary Camp.

For Aug. 8, mornings – Sports Camp and ‘Great British’ Baking Camp. Afternoons – ‘Cupcake Wars’ and Robotics (Animation, Minecraft and 3D printing).

For Aug. 15, mornings – Sports Camp only.

For Aug. 22, mornings – Sports Camp, Basketball Camp and Robotics (Spacebots and Mission Mars). Afternoons – Mini Soccer Camp (2 sessions).

For Aug. 29, mornings – Robotics (Drones and Outdoor Science).

There are still slots available. Visit www.moorestownrec.com for full details and to register. Age levels, times and length vary by camp (some camps are four days and some five days). It’s happening at the rec.


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