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WELCOME TO CAMP MONA!

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Join us at Camp Mona, a premier early childhood day camp for 2-5 year olds at The Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton Beach. Camp Mona will be in the brand new state-of-the-art facilities of The Hampton Synagogue Children’s Center, Jack’s House. Camp Mona will give the youngest campers a magical camp experience, including activities ranging from Science, to Art, Dance to All Camp Shabbat. 

Sample Schedule

DATES

Week 1, JUNE 24 – JUNE 29

Week 2, JULY 1 – JULY 3 

Week 3, JULY 8 – JULY 12

Week 4, JULY 15 – JULY 19 

Week 5, JULY 22 – JULY 26

Week 6, JULY 29 – AUGUST 2 

Week 7, AUGUST 5 – AUGUST 9

Week 8, AUGUST 12 – AUGUST 16 

Week 9, AUGUST 19 – AUGUST 23

Week 10, AUGUST 26 – AUGUST 30 

Tuition

(list by number of weeks registered)

*Tuition includes snack and all supplies.
We strongly encourage registering your child for a minimum of 2 weeks of camp).
Kosher Dairy/Parve Lunch and Snacks are included in tuition.

Grown Up and Me Programs

For toddlers 12-24 months and their grown up, we will craft, sing and play, giving our youngest campers a taste of camp.

GROWN UP & ME SCHEDULES ARE FLEXIBLE!

WE can accommodate YOU.

You may choose # of days per week and even choose which days. Camp is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.  Please indicate your dates on the Application Form. Hours for 12-24 month olds and a Caregiver are from 9:30 – 11:30am.

After downloading and completing the application form, you may:

  • • Scan and email it to Mindy at childrenscenter@thehamptonsynagogue.org
  • • Pay over the phone by credit card —  631.288.0534 ext. 220
  • • Drop it off or mail it to The Hampton Synagogue, 154 Sunset Avenue, Westhampton Beach, NY 11978

Contact Information:

MINDY R. KREMER
Children's Center Director

631-288-0534 x220
childrenscenter@thehamptonsynagogue.org
154 Sunset Avenue, Westhampton Beach NY 11978

Camp Mona is named in loving memory of Dr. Mona Riklis Ackerman, by her children Ari Ackerman and Gila Ackerman. She is remembered as a devoted mother and grandmother, an accomplished psychologist, and a prominent philanthropist dedicated to Jewish life. Mona was a great benefactor and supporter of The Hampton Synagogue.