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Feb
15

Getting Serious About Summer Camp 2009: Randolph Gymnastics

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Back in early January, I had started to think about summer camp options for my two girls, London and Maddie. Now that the weather has warmed up enough to melt the snow and ice before the next round of winter storms, it feels like it’s time to get serious about our summer camp options. While I will write about ballet, tennis, singing and acting camps in the coming weeks, today’s focus is gymnastics summer camp for kids 5 and up.

I’ve posted here before about London and Maddie’s weekly gymnastics lessons at Randolph Gymnastics, and Maddie continues to be over the moon about moving up to Novice II and more advanced gymnastics training in the group with her older sister and their best friend. A couple of weeks ago, I had the chance to stop by and see them in action, and was impressed to see Maddie’s cartwheels on the balance beam and London’s back flips on the trampoline.  I snapped a few photos, but the girls were leaping, tumbling and cartwheeling by me so quickly that my shots didn’t come out very well.

Over the summer, starting the week of June 29th and running through August 28th, Randolph Gymnastics offers a 10-week Summer Day Camp Program for aspiring gymnasts age 5 and up to learn or maintain their gymnastics skills during the off-season.  Both a full and half day camp schedule is available. The full day runs from 9:00am through 4:00pm and half day runs 9:00am through 1:00pm. Before and after care is available if needed. Some of the camp’s activities will include: recreational gymnastics & open work-out, arts & crafts, games and races, swimming, non-contact team sports, and a climbing wall.

The awesome climbing wall shown in the photo on the left is right next door at Randolph Climbing Center, where London and Maddie have enjoyed several rock climbing birthday parties.

The Randolph Gymnastics Summer Day Camp schedule is flexible, and you’ll find rates on the Randolph Gymnastics web site for one to five days per week and one to ten weeks of camp.

Call Randolph Gymnastics at (973) 584-4111 to learn more about summer camp, group classes or private lessons. If you let Shannon know that Roxy sent you, she’ll arrange for an age and skill appropriate free trial class for your child.

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