We have made the excruciating decision to cancel on-site programming for Summer at Park and the Swim Club at Park 2020. Above all, we must ensure that we can provide a safe and healthy space for our campers, members, and staff at Summer at Park and the Swim Club. In the end, we did not feel comfortable that we could provide that safe environment for our entire community. Full refunds will be provided for all registered families, and we appreciate your patience as we work closely with the School and our business partners to process those refunds in a timely manner.
Never in our wildest dreams did we imagine a scenario where camp would not be a reality for all of us. We have spent the better part of this year planning, staffing, and preparing for what was going to be another spectacular summer on our campus. Unfortunately, that is not going to happen and we need to prepare for the next step.
We are excited to offer the Park Summer Programs, which is a collaboration between Summer at Park and Creative Arts at Park. The Park Summer Programs website will be the home for our synchronous and asynchronous online programming. Our hope is to provide opportunities for campers to gain some semblance of the community, camaraderie, and joy that camp brings throughout the summer. We are currently updating our offerings and encourage you to bookmark this page, as we are certain our staff will be able to create some amazing ‘camp’ memories for all of our campers this summer.
We will miss you, your children, and our days together, and we truly look forward to being together at camp once again in the future.
If you have any questions, please always feel free to reach out to us.
Mary & Nick
If you would like to relive some of the memories from previous summers in our photo albums:
"My son completed his two-week session in Junior Einsteins, I just wanted to let you know how much he loved it. He attended last year too and liked the program, but this year he was noticeably more excited and couldn’t stop talking about everything. I can’t believe the number of projects they did each day and really liked the journal he kept throughout the two weeks. We now have many versions of the science experiments around our house that he wanted to re-create."
Junior Einstein Mom
Although we have cancelled on-campus programming for the summer, we are excited to announce the creation of Park Summer Programs, a collaboration between Summer at Park and Creative Arts at Park.
The Park Summer Programs website will be the home for our synchronous and asynchronous online programming.
Thank you and we hope to see you online this summer!
Registration for Summer at Park is currently open. Please come visit us at 255 Goddard Ave to find out more about all of the wonderful offerings that we have in store for this summer!!
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