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Weinstein JCC Summer Camps are excited to welcome campers back for 2021

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Weinstein JCC staff have been busy planning a summer full of CAMP fun with all of the health and safety protocols necessary to keep campers and staff safe! With day camp options for two-year-olds to 10th graders, the Weinstein JCC has you covered.

Camp Ganim is the Weinstein JCC’s renowned day camp for preschoolers, ages 2-5.

The summer preschool program, Camp Ganim, provides the perfect scenario for young children to investigate their surroundings, challenge themselves, develop warm friendships, and strengthen emotional, social, and physical skills, while enjoying the freedom of the natural world.

From Preschool through 10th grade, Weinstein JCC Summer Camps forge lasting friendships and memories. Weinstein JCC Photos

They run, climb, dig, collect, pretend, take risks and create, while exploring the sand, mud, flowers, gardens, insects and more!

Nurturing and experienced educators supervise Ganim campers as they participate in swimming, art, water play, music and gardening in the Weinstein JCC’s state-licensed facility.

Camp Ganim offers two options: Half day: 9 a.m. -1 p.m., (with lunchtime included) for two sessions: Session One: June 21 – July 16 or Session Two: July 19 – Aug. 13. Or full day:  9 a.m. – 5 p.m., from June 21 – Aug. 27.

Camp Hilbert has been the home of happy campers for the past 70+ years. Nestled in the heart of Goochland County, Hilbert’s beautiful 110-acre site is the ideal camp setting for exploring the outdoors, building and developing skills, and forging lifelong friendships.

Campers in grades K-10 enjoy a wide range of activities from boating on serene Lake Rosalie, to team building on our low-ropes course, and playing a Camp Hilbert favorite – ga-ga.

Camp Hilbert offers the classic camp experience complete with late-nights, theme days, and Color War (Maccabiah). Transportation is offered to and from Hilbert with sessions running from June 21 to Aug. 20.

From Preschool through 10th grade, Weinstein JCC Summer Camps forge lasting friendships and memories. Weinstein JCC Photos

This summer the Weinstein JCC will be offering a variety of different Specialty Camps. Does your child ever dream of creating LEGO masterpieces, becoming a star athlete or building robots? Specialty Camps covers all of those interests and more.

Our camps provide professional and focused instruction, which results in an enriching and fun experience. Each camp aims to provide an interactive and safe environment that ensures every campers’ physical, mental, and social development needs are met. Sessions run from June 21 to Sept. 2.

Voices Together is a safe and structured day camp for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Campers participate in both indoor and outdoor activities that keep them engaged and entertained, including art, music, swimming and classroom and gym games.

The professional staff and teen volunteers make this an experience your child will remember! Voices Together is offering multiple week options beginning on July 19.

From Preschool through 10th grade, Weinstein JCC Summer Camps forge lasting friendships and memories. Weinstein JCC Photos

Kids’ Place Camp is an exciting end-of-summer experience for campers in grades K-5. The children will enjoy some in-house entertainment and vendors, along with other fun, engaging activities such as: sports, gym games, team building, art, nature gardening, socializing with their peers and more! Kids’ Place camp runs from Aug. 23 – Sept. 2.

Weinstein JCC member priority registration for camps runs from Feb. 8 -19 with an early bird discount available during this priority period. Non-members are eligible to register for Camps beginning Feb. 20.

Check out the 2021 Camps Magazine at weinsteinjcc.org early February for all of the camp options, along with safety measures, and to plan your child’s BEST. SUMMER. EVER. With the Weinstein JCC!

The Weinstein JCC is supported, in part, by a generous annual contribution, programming grants and COVID-19 Crisis Relief Funds from the Jewish Community Federation of Richmond.

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