Jewish Community Center of Rochester

183 Quaker Meeting House Road, Honeoye Falls

Summer Camps for Kids and Teens from JCC of Greater Rochester (Up to 50% Off)

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Kids’ camps at Camp Sisol include activities such as crafts, swimming, theater, and sports; teen camp teaches wilderness skills

About This Deal

Choose from Five Options

  • $195 for a one-week traditional camp for a child entering grades K–6 ($385 value)
  • $195 for a one-week stage camp for a child entering grades 3–6 ($385 value)
  • $195 for a one-week sports camp for a child entering grades 3–6 ($385 value)
  • $195 for a one-week specialty camp for a child entering grades 3–6 ($385 value)
  • $520 for a two-week travel camp for a teen entering grades 7–9 ($1,040 value)

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Aug 14, 2016. Amount paid never expires. New Campers only. Must reserve by 6-1-2016. Registration required. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid with other discounts or promotions. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About The Louis S. Wolk JCC

The newly renovated and expanded JCC is a fitness and recreational community center with gathering spaces, a brand new aquatics area including a new family pool and outdoor splash pool for kids, as well as a café featuring healthy and fresh food options. The two-floor fitness facility is surrounded by windows and natural light and filled with new equipment. The group exercise schedule encompasses over 100 classes per week including, yoga, pilates, HIIT, and TRX. The JCC nourishes the local community with diverse programs and services for all ages to promote health, wellness, and culture while offering opportunities for social gatherings and connections. The summer camps cater to youth of all ages. Parenting workshops, social and cultural events for adults, as well as free member facilities for kids to enjoy making the JCC the place for everyone. The JCC remains the place where Jews and non-Jews of all ages and backgrounds, affiliations and practices, come together to learn, play, and grow.