Jewish Ledger Camp Guide

Summer Fun!

A listing of some local and regional Summer Camps, both over-night and day camps. Many are specifically a Jewish experience, others are educational or sports camps.

Camp Laurelwood

Camp Laurelwood, Connecticut’s only Jewish co-ed overnight camp, provides safe, high quality camping to youth 7-15 years of age. Camp boasts two pools, boating lake, archery, ropes course, all land sports, drama, arts and crafts and a Kosher kitchen. First time camper incentives available. Visit our Open House, Sunday, March 27 from 1-3 p.m.

For information contact info@laurelwood.org or (203) 421—3736.

Mandell JCC’s Camp Shalom

Campers and families looking for the latest fun summer camping programs are heading to the Mandell JCC’s Camp Shalom in Windsor, where rocketry and model airplane building, fitness boot camp, kids yoga, expanded waterfront activities and a new teen Leader-in-Training program join skiing, boating and swimming, outdoor adventure, arts, tennis, ga-ga, soccer, softball, Frisbee, hockey, basketball, volleyball, ropes, a climbing wall and more. For more information visit www.mandelljcc.org or call 860-236-4571.

The Cohen Camps: Pembroke, Tel Noar, and Tevya

Camp Pembroke is an all-girls camp fostering feelings of sisterhood, camaraderie and warm friendships.  Celebrating over 70 years of quality camping, at Pembroke, the girls can let their hair down and be themselves.  Pembroke offers a swimming pool, horseback riding and ice-skating.

Camp Tel Noar is a co-ed camp with a heritage of over 60 ears.  Camp cabins surround a central lounge with a fireplace to foster community living and interaction between different aged campers.  Celebrating Shabbat at Tel Noar is a special celebration of song, dance, and having fun being Jewish.

Camp Tevya, also co-ed, has over 65 years of summer memories and is the largest of the three camps with almost 600 acres in which to spread out.  The pride and spirit of Tevya can’t be beat and neither can the unforgettable sunsets over Lake Potanipo.

All three Cohen Camps offer arts and crafts, athletics, visual and performing arts, waterfront sports, a full gamut of electives, inter-camp competition, special events, trips and more.

Camp Pembroke, Pembroke, MA, 800-375-8444, Pembroke@cohencamps.org, www.camppembroke.org, Director: Ellen Felcher

Camp Tel Noar, Hampstead, NH, 800-375-8444, telnoar@cohencamps.org, www.camptelnoar.org, Director: Molly Lourie Butter

Camp Tevya, Brookline, NH, 800-375-8444, tevya@cohencamps.org, www.camptevya.org, Executive Director: Pearl W. Lourie

Kids Camp at Keyboards: National Computer Camps

National Computer Camps, America’s first computer camp, is held at Fairfield University in Fairfield.  Overnight and day programs are available.  The camp is for youngsters of all levels from beginner to super advanced. In addition the campers enjoy superb recreational facilities including swimming and tennis. Registration is now open.  For further information and a brochure visit the camp at www.NCCamp.com, email: info@NCCamp.com or call (203) 710-5771.

Holiday Hill to host open house

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