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River Friends Day Camp (ages 2 – 6)

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River Friends Day Camp (ages 2 – 6)

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Early Childhood Center

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Early Childhood Center: Turning 2’s

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Children

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Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness & Recreation

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Fitness Center

Personal Training

Group Exercise

Pickleball

Tai Chi

Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness

Fitness Center

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Personal Training

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Group Exercise

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Pickleball

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Tai Chi

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Youth, Teen, and Family Fitness

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American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Cross

Private Swim Lessons

Hammerheads Swim Team

Lap Swimming

Adult Group Swim Lessons

PADI Open Water Scuba Diving (ages 10 & up)

American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Cross

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Aquatics Exercise

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Private Swim Lessons

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Hammerheads Swim Team

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Lap Swimming

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Youth Group Swim Lessons

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Adult Group Swim Lessons

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PADI Open Water Scuba Diving (ages 10 & up)

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Jewish Life

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Special Needs

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Renard Lecture Series

Renard Lecture Series

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Stephany Olivieri

Co-Director of River Friends Day Camp

Stephany Olivieri brings great leadership experience to River Friends Day Camp. She currently teaches social studies at Ardsley Middle School and was Assistant Director at Ardsley Country Club’s day camp last summer. At camp, Stephany and her team created and successfully implemented COVID-19 mitigation strategies, managed day-to-day COVID-19 protocols, and supervised counselors’ daily responsibilities. In addition to her teaching role in Ardsley, she is the Girls JV Basketball coach, has previously coached lacrosse, and she has coached volleyball at the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry. Further, Stephany is dedicated to community service. She volunteers for the JCK Foundation, an organization that develops programs to improve mental wellness and resilience among local youth. She has an undergraduate degree from Loyola University, a Masters from Lehman College, and will begin a second Masters in Educational Psychology at the University of Virginia this fall. And as a lifelong camper herself as a child and teen, she enthusiastically awaits summer and her return to the world of camp!

Important: beginning Monday, November 29, the Shames JCC will be requiring all Members and Guests to be vaccinated. Masks will become optional with certain restrictions in select children's programming. Please read the full announcement for complete details.