From the county:
“Summer’s just around the corner, and there are still openings in Westchester County’s summer programs, with something to appeal to all age groups and interests. Best of all, they’re all conveniently located and offered at very affordable prices.
• Children’s Summer Ecology Program, which introduces children in grades 1 through 6 to the natural world at Cranberry Lake Preserve in North White Plains; Marshlands Conservancy in Rye; Trailside Nature Museum in Cross River; and Lenoir Preserve in Yonkers. At Lenoir Preserve there is also a Discoverers program for kindergartners, ages 4 and 5.
• Westchester Summer Music Center at the Westchester County Center is a six-week music instruction program for young people in grades 3 through 12, providing daily class instruction in band and orchestral instruments, as well as keyboard, guitar and recorder.
• Slam Dunk Basketball Camp offers young people in grades 1 through 9 an opportunity to learn and sharpen their basketball skills at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. A one-week evening camp offering high level instruction is also available for grades 6 through 10.
• Girls Volleyball Camp at the Westchester County Center offers a one-week evening program for girls entering grades 6 through 10.
• Junior Golf Camp teaches the fundamentals of golf for aspiring youngsters ages 10 through 17 as they hone their skills at six county golf courses: Dunwoodie and Sprain Lake in Yonkers; Hudson Hills in Ossining; Maple Moor in White Plains; Mohansic in Yorktown Heights; and Saxon Woods in Scarsdale.
All programs are sponsored by Westchester County Parks. Log on to www.westchestergov.com/parks or call (914) 864-7000.”