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Summer Fun at the Aisling Center!

Celtic Summer Camps are a fun-filled experience suitable for children aged 4-10 years old, usually from 9:30am – 12:30pm every day depending on the year. It gives children a taste of all the various aspects of Irish culture and heritage in both an educational and recreational way. Irish or not, all children are able to engage in this summer camp and enjoy the stories, songs, dances, music, folklore and drama that it entails! There are also various other fun activities such as arts, crafts and games. 

Important Information

The summer camp is coordinated by a qualified teacher and experienced camp coordinator. For Registration or any inquiries about prices, please email or call us at 914-237-5121 if you want to register your child for any of our July and August Celtic Summer Camps. You can also use the form below to give us your information and we will contact you with final details!  

Who Can Join?

This camp is suitable for any child age 4 – 10. You do not need to be Irish to join camp! 

When does camp take place?

Our Camps run in July and August. Keep an eye on this page and our Facebook for final dates!

Where does camp take place?

All camp takes place at the Aisling Irish Center!

What do you do at camp?

Our weekly activities include music, dance, arts & crafts, storytelling and games. 

How much to register?

Camp cost $150 per child. 

Please call 914 237 5121 or email to reserve your spot!

What Does A Day at Celtic Summer Camp Look Like?

Drop off your child(ren) at the Aisling Center! 

We usually start off the day with learning songs like “I’ll tell Me Ma” or playing games like Bingo in Gaeilge! 

Each day has a different theme and students will learn a new Irish story each day. Some of the stories include: The Salmon of Knowledge, The Story of St. Brigid, and Children of Lir.

This is a great time for students to take a break from learning and enjoy a snack! 

Campers will do artwork, usually based on the theme of today! This includes drawing Quilt patches for St Brigid’s Cloak or making a mosaic of the Salmon of Knowledge. 

For the last activity of the day students will learn a little bit of Irish Dance or Act out the story they learned earlier!

Time to pick up your camper after a long fun day!

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