Community Events

May
25

Thursday, May 25th 3:00pm - 5:00pm

May
29

Monday, May 29th 7:00am - 8:15am

May
29

Monday, May 29th 8:00pm - 10:00pm

May
30

Tuesday, May 30th 8:00pm - 9:00pm

May
30

9:00pm Tuesday, May 30th - 6:15am Wednesday, May 31st

Jun
1

Thursday, Jun 1st 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Jun
2

Friday, Jun 2nd 8:15am - 9:45am

Camping

JCC Grossman Camp

Seventy-five acres of the pine-studded Hale Reservation in Westwood, MA make JCC Grossman Camp the perfect setting for activities on land and water. Varied activities give Grossman campers lots of opportunities to explore nature, develop new skills and interests in a fun, positive and active community. Supportive, experienced counselors and staff help them develop the confidence to tackle these activities in a Jewish camping environment.

The Grossman day is about having fun! Grossman campers have varying interests and abilities, and at camp they have lots of choices. We emphasize opportunities to be successful in both activities and building social skills.

The Grossman schedule is entirely flexible. Families can enroll for two to nine weeks, consecutively or as they choose. Bus transportation is provided.

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Ramah, New England

Camp Ramah in New England is an overnight Jewish summer camp located in Palmer, Massachusetts for kids and teens. Their co-ed summer camp program welcomes children from across New England, the greater Washington, DC area, Virginia, as well as parts of Maryland and New York.

A member of the Ramah Camping Movement of Conservative Judaism, Camp Ramah in New England strives to create an inspiring and exciting Jewish environment for over 1,000 campers and staff each summer. Innovative programming, exciting learning opportunities, and life-changing relationships are hallmarks of our program. CRNE is under the educational and religious auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

Camp Ramah in New England is a unique, total experience whose impact lasts well beyond the summer months. Young people have fun while developing skills, incredible friendships and a Jewish consciousness that lasts a lifetime.

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Young Judaea

Camp Young Judaea, founded in 1939, serves children ages 8-15 (completing grades 2-9). Located on 168 scenic wooded acres on the shores of Lake Baboosic, the camp's waterfront features two power boats, canoes, kayaks, sailboats, paddle boards, and row boats. Natural beauty abounds with hiking trails, plenty of green space and places to play and relax! Camp facilities include eight tennis courts, several playing fields, basketball and volleyball courts, archery and riflery ranges, broadcasting/video studios, outdoor adventure course, a large modern dining room, sturdy wooden cabins, and several other spacious indoor facilities, including a gym/theater, arts and crafts studio, and rec hall. Shabbat services are held in a beautiful grove, sheltered by towering pine trees. Music, dance, drama, and Judaica are integral parts of their program.

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Yavneh

Camp Yavneh is situated on 65 acres of woodlands and waterfront in southern New Hampshire, a short 90 minute drive from Boston. The majority of their campers come from New England; they also have many families that come from the tri-state area and Baltimore/Washington. In addition to those locations, they attract campers from many other states in the U.S. and some foreign countries as well.

Now in its seventh decade, Camp Yavneh integrates the traditional camp setting with a strong Judaic component. Many of their current Yavneh campers are 2nd and 3rd generation campers whose parents or grandparents met at Yavneh.

Whatever their Jewish background, Yavneh campers quickly realize the many aspects of Judaism that are common to all Jews. This is what Yavneh is all about, K’lal Yisrael  (all Jews are one!). Whether at a Havdallah service or a Jewish songfest, Judaism and Hebrew permeate the program in such a way that all camp activities can ultimately be placed in a more meaningful context and the camper soon realizes that living Jewishly can be fun.

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Tevya

 

Three generations of family leadership give all our camps and camp families a legacy of trust, reliability, professionalism, and deep commitment to our founding values. Read more about the Cohen Camps’ nearly 80 years of nurturing young people through the power of Jewish camping on the Cohen Camps’ website. - See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf
Summer fun dedicated to each child’s growth and happiness Joyful, pluralist, trans-denominational Jewish choices and values Full range of electives Quality, mature staff with extensive training Kosher, healthy, delicious food Mixed-age dining to foster community Well-maintained, modern facilities Israel travel leadership program for our oldest campers Three generations of family leadership, giving you all the character and passion of an independent non-profit plus the expertise and shared resources of an affiliated organization Tuition programs available including first-time camper grants, sibling discounts and financial aid - See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf
Camp Tevya is one of the three Cohen Camps; its siblings are the smaller, nut-free Camp Tel Noar and, just for girls, Camp Pembroke. Just like our campers, each Cohen Camp shines with its own personality. - See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf
Camp Tevya is one of the three Cohen Camps; its siblings are the smaller, nut-free Camp Tel Noar and, just for girls, Camp Pembroke. Just like our campers, each Cohen Camp shines with its own personality. - See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf

Camp Tevya is one of the three Cohen Camps; its siblings are the smaller, nut-free Camp Tel Noar and, just for girls, Camp Pembroke. Just like our campers, each Cohen Camp shines with its own personality. camp flag poleAt every Cohen Camp you can count on:

  • Summer fun dedicated to each child’s growth and happiness
  • Joyful, pluralist, trans-denominational Jewish choices and values
  • Full range of electives
  • Quality, mature staff with extensive training
  • Kosher, healthy, delicious food
  • Mixed-age dining to foster community
  • Well-maintained, modern facilities
  • Israel travel leadership program for our oldest campers
  • Three generations of family leadership, giving you all the character and passion of an independent non-profit plus the expertise and shared resources of an affiliated organization
  • Tuition programs available including first-time camper grants, sibling discounts and financial aid
- See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf

Camp Tevya is one of the three Cohen Camps; its siblings are the smaller, nut-free Camp Tel Noar and, just for girls, Camp Pembroke. Just like our campers, each Cohen Camp shines with its own personality. camp flag poleAt every Cohen Camp you can count on:

  • Summer fun dedicated to each child’s growth and happiness
  • Joyful, pluralist, trans-denominational Jewish choices and values
  • Full range of electives
  • Quality, mature staff with extensive training
  • Kosher, healthy, delicious food
  • Mixed-age dining to foster community
  • Well-maintained, modern facilities
  • Israel travel leadership program for our oldest campers
  • Three generations of family leadership, giving you all the character and passion of an independent non-profit plus the expertise and shared resources of an affiliated organization
  • Tuition programs available including first-time camper grants, sibling discounts and financial aid
- See more at: http://www.camptevya.org/prospective-families/at-every-cohen-camp/#sthash.3YdOE4xw.dpuf

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Tel Noar

 

For more information, click here.

 

Camp Avoda

Avoda is a Jewish sports camp for boys. Avoda brotherhood, leadership, spirit, and tradition are among the most distinctive and unique aspects of the Avoda experience. Your son will arrive with uncertain expectations and leave with indelible memories. Campers have fun in a safe and supportive environment while building confidence and character. They learn to work with others to solve problems and overcome challenges, and be valued for who they are as individuals.

For more information, click here.

 

JCC Camp Kingswood

One hundred acres in southern Maine at the base of the White Mountains make JCC Camp Kingswood the perfect setting for overnight camp! In this beautiful lakefront environment, Kingswood campers and experienced staff create a fun, positive, and diverse community where Jewish values and exciting activities in sports, outdoor/adventure, water sports and the cultural and create arts are the core of the summer program.

Kingswood provides campers with an unforgettable, fun summer experience. Campers develop independence, gain self-confidence, build individual skills and learn to work as teams, all while nurturing lifelong friendships and strengthening their Jewish identities.

For more information, click here.