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Filtered by County: Somerset, Category: Music
  • 697 US-202

    Far Hills, NJ 07931

    908-766-0622

    Smart Fun Camps @ Far Hills

    Category: Academics, Art, Arts, Athletics, Day, Language, Music, Nature, Performing Arts, STEM, Science, Sports, Teen/Traveling, Video Gaming

  • 1790 Springfield Ave.

    New Providence, NJ 07974

    908-464-5928

    Category: Dance, Day, Music, Performing Arts

  • PO Box 713

    Wharton, NJ 07885

    973-252-5043

    Category: Art, Arts, Dance, Day, Music, Performing Arts

  • Caldwell, Chatham, Far Hills, Lincroft/Red Bank, Livingston, Oakland, Paramus, Princeton, Scotch Plains, Short Hills, Somerset, Summit

    Princeton, Far Hills, Somerset, Scotch Plains, Lincroft/Red Bank, NJ 07078

    908-899-1338

    Category: Academics, Art, Arts, Day, Digital Media, Fashion, Music, Performing Arts, STEM, Science, Teen, Video Gaming

  • 5 Jill Ct.

    Bldg. 14 Units 4-6

    Hillsborough, NJ 08844

    908-431-4439

    Category: Art, Arts, Day, Music, Performing Arts, Referral, Special Needs

  • 1 W Main Street

    Somerville, NJ 08876

    908-231-8300

    Category: Arts, Day, Music, Performing Arts

  • Highlands Village

    572 Allen Road

    Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

    908-506-1010

    Category: Art, Music, Performing Arts

  • 475 DeMott Lane

    Franklin Municipal Complext

    Somerset, NJ 08873

    732-873-2710

    Category: Arts, Dance, Day, Music, Performing Arts, Teen

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