First Day of Junior Summer

Cloudy skies can’t stop exploration!

The first day of our Junior Summer Programs was a big splash, literally during the morning of our first day the rain was coming down in buckets and our participants and instructors were all ducking for cover indoors. Soon enough however, the rain stopped, skies cleared, and everyone was outside playing name games and shortly after exploring the estuary and learning all about the parts of an Opti or Pixel.

With participants ranging from 3rd to 12th grade our programs are in full gear. From learning how to tie an eight knot or trying to catch eels in Beekman Creek to mastering the subtleties of sailing a Sonar and catching worms at Beekman Beach to use as bait. Our programs are running the full gamut.

We are excited about the start of Junior Summer, and even more excited about the short range weather forecast, which is calling for days ahead in the low 80’s with breeze out of the Northwest. Perfect conditions for all of our awesome activities!

Be sure to keep a look out as you’re driving down West End Avenue as you will, no doubt, see kids crossing the street, keep the speeds down and your eyes peeled for children!

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