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Still looking for a camp? Long Island Achievement Center offers August sessions

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It's August and there's still another month before the kids go back to school. If they're complaining they're bored or driving mom and dad batty, a summer camp can provide an good option to keep them occupied.

Long Island Achievement Center opened earlier this summer in the heart of Huntington, New York to the delight of Long Islanders. The facility is primary a tutoring center throughout the year for all ages that also offers enrichment classes in art, music and science for ages 2 and up. During the summer the Center offers weekly themed summer camps that incorporate not only fun but also an education component to its sessions.

The camp sessions are geared for boys and girls ages 5-7 years old and cost $125 per week. Campers meets five days a week from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and the camp includes drinks and peanut-free snacks.

The Center's recent Frozen camp, based on the popular Disney movie, thrilled little girls with it's winter-themed activities. Arts and crafts included snow globes, snowflakes, tutus and magic wands.

In August two sessions are taking place and accepting registrations.

SPA/TEA PARTY August 4 - 8
A beauty summer camp focused on inner and outer beauty. Learn about health and beauty from the inside out while making lip gloss, sugar scrubs and facial masks. Enjoy a paraffin hand treatment, facial, back massage and manicure.
On August 8 the campers will have a tasty tea party.

TRIP AROUND THE WORLD August 11 - 15
Get passports ready for a creative and fun trip around the world. Visit a different country each day and create crafts, listen to music and learn about the culture of each location.

FROZEN August 18-22

Experience all things Frozen. Inspired by Disney's new hit movie, join us on a magical adventure with Elsa, Anna and Olaf as we make snowflake crafts, tutus, magic wands and snow globes. FROZEN takes place in Arendelle, a fictional land based in Norway. Campers will study Norway and master the art of rosemaling, a traditional Norwegian artform.

For more information or to register for the camps, please visit www.longislandachievementcenter.com or call 631-470-9300. Follow Long Island Achievement Center on Facebook for additional information.

Long Island Achievement Center
124 Main Street, Suite 1A
Huntington, NY 11743
Parking can be accessed off of Irwin Place

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