Summer Camp Options in Greenwich are Just a Click Away

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It’s that time of year again, and if you procrastinate, you know how it goes: Slots in Greenwich summer camps are full and you’re in waiting list purgatory.

Community Answers, the folks with the cool balcony office inside Greenwich Library, publish annual resource guide to summer camps that is all encompassing.

Consider Boy Scouts Camp Seton with its outdoor emphasis on boating, swimming, archery, nature, Scout skills, climbing and fishing.

Got a budding history buff? How about Greenwich Historical Society’s camp where children learn from re-enactors, professional artists and museum staff what it was like to grow up in Colonial New England and be an artist at the Cos Cob Art Colony.

The guide features 38 pages of camps listed both by name and by category.  The guide can be accessed online or pick up a copy at any Greenwich Library branch, public schools or Town Hall.

Community Answers has changed with the times, staying relevant by maintaining a landline that is promptly answered Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 3:00pm at (203) 622-7979 as well as an interactive website.

A United Way program, Community Answers is a non-profit information and referral program located in Greenwich Library. They have served Greenwich for almost 50 years.


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