Sprout Brooklyn

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Sunday January 20 — Tu B’Shvat Fair from 9am – 12pm at Hannah Senesh Community Day School at 342 Smith Street
  • Sunday, January 27 – Info Session at private home in Cobble Hill at 12pm. Contact Elyssa at elyssa@sproutbrooklyn.org for details.
  • Sunday, January 27 – Info Session at private home in Williamsburg at 4pm. Contact Elyssa at elyssa@sproutbrooklyn.org for details.
  • Saturday, February 2 — PS 261 School’s Out Camp Fair from 11am – 2pm at PS 261 located at 314 Pacific Street
  • Monday, February 18 — Mid-Winter Break Camp from 9am – 4pm at Basis Independent located at 556 Columbia Street
  • Tuesday, February 19 — Mid-Winter Break Camp from 9am – 4pm at Basis Independent located at 556 Columbia Street
  • Sunday, March 10 — Open House & Family Fun Day from 2pm – 4pm at Basis Independent located at 556 Columbia Street. RSVP HERE

Young Judaea Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp, located in Red Hook, is a Hebrew dual-language camp for children entering Pre-K through 5th grade. No previous Hebrew experience is necessary to be part of the Sprout Brooklyn community.

קייטנת ספראוט ברוקלין, הממוקמת בשכונת רד-הוק, היא קייטנה דו-לשונית (בעברית ובאנגלית) לילדים העולים לכיתות טרום-חובה עד כתה ד

Sprout Brooklyn is a place where children from a wide spectrum of Jewish backgrounds join together to create a joyful, diverse community built on Jewish values, a connection to Israel and the Hebrew language. Sprout Brooklyn provides campers with a deeper connection to Israel, to the Jewish community and to themselves.

ספראוט ברוקלין, היא מקום בו ילדים מרחבי הקשת היהודית חוברים יחדיו בכדי ליצור קהילה מיוחדת, המבוססת על ערכים יהודיים, וקשר למדינת ישראל ולשפה העברית. ספראוט ברוקלין, מספקת לחניכים קשר עמוק יותר עם ישראל, עם הקהילה היהודית ועם עצמם

 

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We offer a unique experience where Hebrew, Jewish values and a love of Israel enhance everything we do. Some of our activities include swimming, sports, cooking, performing arts, visual arts, creative play and the exploration of nature, all interwoven with dynamic experiential Jewish programming and Hebrew.

Sprout Brooklyn welcomes campers from every walk of life, including those from different races, from non-traditional and interfaith families, as well as families from all sexual orientations and gender identities.