CRANFORD – On May 14, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., there will be an open house for the summer College for Kids & Teens (CFK) program at Union County College’s Cranford campus.
This event will include free activities for kids including a bouncy house, face-painting, live Zumba sample classes, a raffle, and more. The CFK program runs all summer and offers classes in areas such as sports, arts and crafts, sciences, theater and many others, which provide entertainment in a safe learning environment. The program offers affordable classes for children aged 5 – 18 and all are welcome to the open house to meet the staff and instructors, ask questions, and register for courses.
The CFK Program is made up of courses ranging from a week through a month, most of which are held in 1.5 hour sessions on Monday to Thursday. A highlight of summer classes include “Build Your Own Webpage”, “Zumba for Kids”, and “Mathmagicians”. The program has flexible scheduling so students can take just one class or stay all day and take multiple classes. Classes begin in late June and run through August. Tuition varies course by course and classes can fill quickly.
In the CFK program, children and teens have the opportunity to explore different subjects through structured activities that make learning fun. For more information and to see the full list of summer course offerings visit the website: www.ucc.edu/go/kids, email College4Kids@ucc.edu or call 1-908- 709-7600.
The May 14 open house will be held in the Nomahegan Building on the college’s Cranford campus at 1033 Springfield Avenue.
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