Ages 6 to 13 years old

BRICKS 4 KIDZ® camps are a high-energy, fast-paced setting where kids discover, explore, invent and create. The camps provide a child the opportunity to take a simple model, add their own imagination, and test the limits of their creativity. Whether building specific Bricks 4 Kidz® motorized models and then modifying them or building during free play, campers will have a great time. In addition to lots of building with LEGOS® our themed camps include games, challenges, and role-playing.

Full Members: $310 Program Members: $345

Please note, May 1: Camp fee increases $20 per session. Register early and save!

Online changes and registrations end 1 week before the beginning of each session.   In person registrations end at noon the Friday before each session begins.


  • Sessions: All camps are 1-week sessions
  • Camp Hours: Monday–Friday: 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
  • Extended Care Opportunities – Extended care is a supervised recreation program available for all full day camp programs. Daily or hourly rates are not available, and the parent must provide transportation. Extended care options include morning care from 7:15 a.m.–9 a.m. and afternoon care from 4 p.m.–6 p.m.
  • Bus Transportation – Transportation by bus is available for students attending both Camp Carr and Sports Camp for sessions 2-9
  • Sibling Discount – $15 per session. Please note, discount will be applied by our billing department, after registration
  • Financial Assistance – The Hunterdon County YMCA is a non-profit United Way agency dedicated to serving all local residents. Financial aid is available to qualified applicants.
  • Online account for Snack Bar Cards at Camp Carr & Sports Camp -  create an account at FunFangle.    From here you can add funds and check balances.
  • Need to make changes to your child's camp schedule? Click here

Brick City Engineers

Ages 6 to 12 years old • June 29 – July 3 (Session 2)

What would a city be without the architects and engineers who come up with the ideas, designs, plans and building skills to put it all together. This camp celebrates those disciplines. The sky is the limit the campers are challenged to use their own ideas and skills to build the tallest skyscraper. They will also build vehicles, airplanes, parks and more as they create a vibrant LEGO® city. And when they aren’t building, they will be doing related crafts and playing games to keep the action constant. All participants will receive a Bricks 4 Kidz take home.

B4K Kids Engineering Discovery Workshop     

Ages 7 – 12 years old • July 6 – July 10 (Session 3)

A non-LEGO® program from Bricks 4 Kidz. This is a hands-on program for those campers who ask how or why something works. It’s about learning different engineering disciplines and then having a great time designing and building a working model. They will work in teams to create a design, build it, test it and try it out with the entire team. They will create their own electro-magnet or flashlight, build a balloon powered race car, design a giant roller coaster, build a cup tower without touching the cups, build a catapult and see who can launch a golf ball the furthest and numerous other DIY projects. The campers will get to keep many of their projects.

Remote Control Mania

Ages 6 – 12 years old • July 13 – July 17 (Session 4)

Making it move is the name of the game at this exciting camp! Kids will love to see their creations in motion using LEGO® wireless remote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions, machines and more. As they enjoy the fun of building, campers will understand the basic working principles of many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday lives. Campers will also learn how to magnify, diminish and redirect force to move objects at different speeds and in different directions. This camp is loads of fun and learning for budding builders.

Video Game Design with Scratch Camp

Ages 8 -14 years old • July 20-July 24 (Session 5)

Students will develop a range of coding and problem-solving skills as they create fun video games. Game designers will think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively to create various video games. Each game progressively teaches more advanced capabilities within the video game design software. Students will be proud and excited to actually play their very own completed video games.


18feb7:00 pmTraining Zone Pilot Class - Deer PathFit February

25feb5:00 pmMardi Gras Zumba PartyFit February

27feb7:30 pmTraining Zone Pilot Class - Round ValleyFit February

28feb6:30 pm8:00 pmFamily Paint Night


06mar6:30 pm8:00 pmFamily First Friday - Animal Kingdom

14mar6:30 pm8:00 pmSecond Saturday - Teen Night

20mar6:00 pm9:00 pmParents Night Out

28mar10:30 am1:30 pmOpen House


12aprAll DayEasterBranches are closed today


25may5:00 am3:00 pmMemorial DayBranches close at 3pm

30may10:00 am2:00 pmUltimate Field Day!New Date!

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