Mama Brokelyn Mondays: 6 Brooklyn summer camps that go until Aug. 31

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Alternately, the fun and action-packed “Camp Grocery Store” is also open next week.

Why do so many summer camps fizzle out mid-August, as if parents automatically get three weeks off a the end of summer to hang around Sesame Place? While a few Brooklyn camps are still open this week, only a handful of holdouts go all the way up to Friday, August 31 this year. (School starts Sept. 6, and you’re pretty much SOL from Labor Day ’til then.) We found six places to park your kids next week, ranging in price from $335 to $450 for full days that range from six to eight hours. If you know of any other kids’ programs open for business next week, please add ’em in the comments: 

Prospect Park South: Home Run Baseball Camp in the Parade Grounds: 9 – 3, $335

Windsor Terrace: Kings Bay Y at Windsor Terrace: 8 – 4, $350

Kensington: Pony Camp at Kensington Stables: 10-4, $400

Various locations: Park Slope Day Camp (several locations around Brooklyn): 8 – 4, $425

Park Slope: Park Explorers: 8-4, $425

Carroll Gardens: Brooklyn Strategist game camp (Carroll Gardens), 9 – 5, $450


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