It’s time to book your child’s summer camp experience for 2021. This year Stony Brook University is offering both in-person and virtual options.
For the child who loves to cook, SBU has an in-person healthy cooking program that shows kids how to harvest and cook their food using produce from the Stony Brook Heights Rooftop Farm. For music fans, programs are offered through the SBU Department of Music and Staller Center for the Arts. Tech fans can explore topics ranging from Python programming to unraveling the mysteries of how Siri and Alexa work.
Camps are available for a wide range of ages and interests. SBU programs will provide your camper with exceptional and meaningful experiences. Check out the Neighbors Guide | Camps page for more details.
Don’t miss out; register now for one of these outstanding programs. There are a limited number of spots available for in-person camps, and sign-ups have already begun.
Participants for in-person activities will be required to follow CDC guidelines for safety.
If your area offers a Stony Brook University camp that is not listed, please contact Community Relations Director Joan Dickinson at Joan.Dickinson@stonybrook.edu.
— Tamara Gregorian, Community Relations
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