SUMMER CAMP 2015

Harmony offers a fun-filled summer for children of all ages! We begin on June 29th and due to the timing of Labor Day this year, we run through Thursday, September 3rd. Subject to availability, children who toddler aged and above, can attend 2, 3 or 5 half or full days, for as little as one week, up to all 10 weeks of camp. This year’s fun themes include Stars and Stripes, Fairy Tales, Exploring the Solar System, Teddy Bear’s Adventures, International Week, Where the Wild Things Are, Down on the Farm, Construction Week, Beach Week and Fitness Week. We have many in-house visitors to enrich each theme, including the Pearl Observatory, the Build a Bear Workshop, Youth Stages, Mad Science,and Happy Trails Petting Zoo. Our older campers go on fun field trips to Colonial Bowling Lanes, the Off-Broadstreet Theater, the Library, and the Plainsboro Preserve. Our supplemental programs continue as optional add ons to camp; Soccer Shots, Amazing Athletes, Tumblebus, Musically Yours, Cooking, Yoga, Creative Digital, Swim lessons and Martial Arts classes at Forrestal Fitness, and Ballet class at Princeton Ballet and Dance Theater. Please call us for more information and camp costs.

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AELL Names Lisa Forrester “Director of the Year”

Lisa Forrester, our founder and the Director of our Princeton school, was named “Director of the Year” at the 2015 annual conference of the Association of Early Learning Leaders (AELL). The association is one of the major early childhood professional organizations in the country. They organize conferences and continuing education programs for child care center owners, teachers and emerging leaders three times per year at locations in
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