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Sixty students who play string, woodwind, brass, and percussion instruments spent two intense weeks studying with professional musicians from Camden’s “Symphony in C.”
The director of a summer camp in Montgomery County is facing charges after investigators say he did not alert police after the report of a sexual assault at the camp.
On the hottest day of the year outdoor activities at Tall Pines Day Camp centered around the pool.
These are the top sleep away camps in the Philadelphia area that are sure to provide young adventurers with a summer full of fun and enrichment.
Unemployment among teens age 16 to 19 is about 25 percent nationwide. One local non-profit is hoping to change that through a workforce development program for teen girls.
Carol Pinder, of the YMCA, spoke to Talk Philly about the Y’s summer camps for kids.
The GRAMMY Foundation recently announced that GRAMMY Camp, its signature music industry camp for U.S. high school students, will take place in Los Angeles, Nashville and New York this summer.
With a lot of summer camps wrapping up and a good couple of weeks to go before Labor Day, what do you do with the kids for the rest of the summer? One organization suggests you go historic.
32 young people are enjoying themselves at an unusual summer camp in Germantown.
Ukee Washington sits down and talks to Matthew, camp director at Rocky Run YMCA in Media, about how it’s not to late to sign your kids up for summer camp. Watch The Video Now…
A summer camp for underprivileged kids in Montgomery County may have to close its doors this summer because of a lack of funding.
“Getting Piggy With It!” is a virtual fundraising campaign to send Philadelphia area kids with chronic diseases to summer camp at DragonFly Forest, a camp that works to help sick kids feel good even after the experience is over.
Nearly a dozen visually impaired and blind kids are spending time in camp this summer in Montgomery County experiencing a number of activities that their sighted friends do every day, but budget cuts may bring […]