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Hello Parents!

Thanks for looking into Camp Nabby! Whether you’re a new family in search of information or a returning family looking to sign up, we encourage you to fill out an online profile. From there, we can follow up with additional information and schedule a personal tour of our wonderful facilities. For specific questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly.

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Registration

Our full, 8-week summer session for 2017 runs from June 26 - August 17. We require a 4-week minimum for enrollment, but those weeks can be arranged to reflect family needs, vacation time and other extenuating circumstances.

Online registration reserves a spot for your child in one of our groups and the following items and services are made available during our summer season: 

  • Each camper receives one t-shirt, one backpack and one towel.

  • Busing is available for an additional fee from select towns in Northern Westchester county.

  • One healthy snack is provided daily, along with water and some much needed down time.

  • Photo packages include one individual photo and one group photo.

  • Cookouts are available for lunch once a week, where we serve Hemlock Hill Farm hamburgers, veggie burgers and Hebrew National all-beef kosher hot dogs. 

  • All groups will be provided a pizza lunch every Friday. Yay!

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"The kids are LOVING camp! This is the first summer the come home happy! Thanks!  (new nabby campers)."

- Stacy G., Chappaqua
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Get to know us during the year!

Get To Know Us

It is our goal to make sure every family feels comfortable, even familiar, with our facilities and staff before the summer starts. To realize this effort we put together a bunch of ways to get to know us better during the year—making the summer transition easy, fun and less intimidating for new campers. 

Besides our scheduled events we're always available to meet at the camp office during drop-in hours, just give us a heads up first so we know you're coming over. 

And, if you're so inclined, send us suggestions about how to get involved in your neighborhood; we're always open to new ideas! Give us a call or contact our Program Director, Matt, to leave a tip. We love finding new ways to interact with current and future Nabbers. 

 

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"Thanks for running such a fabulous camp--I can't believe after all these years they still come home so enthusiastic about their day--(and they are going into 8th grade!)."

- Sara L., Croton
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Meet the Team

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Who Works at Nabby?

Although our main goal is to provide remarkable summers for our campers, we also try our best to create a rewarding experience for our staff. With nearly a 75 percent return rate, we like to think we’re doing something right.

From teachers to coaches to students, our team is made up of lots of interesting people. But regardless of profession or background we expect a high level of commitment and unwavering passion for working with children.

 

 

Leadership Team

The leadership team at Camp Nabby is made up of our three program directors.

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Sam Stern

Program Director, Junior Camp

Sam was born and raised in Ardsley, NY. Sam received his BS from Skidmore College in Elementary Education, and a Master's from Manhattanville in Special Education. Over the past 15 years Sam has taught at several area schools, most recently, Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School. This is Sam's fifth year at Camp Nabby where he's been the 3rd grade boys' counselor for four years. When Sam is not teaching or playing with campers you can find him running around with his two young sons, Matthew and Ryan. Sam loves to golf, sing and watch his favorite teams the NY Yankees, and NY Giants! 

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Matthew Bertino

Program Director, Senior Camp

Matt grew up and attended high school in Ossining, where he earned the honorary nickname “Mayor” due to his outgoing personality. While attending the University of Kansas (Rock-Chalk-Jayhawk!), Matt discovered his passion for fine spirits, world history and country music. After college he took a job at Madison Square Garden as a member of the New York Rangers “Blue Crew” and the New York Knicks “7th Avenue Squad.” When he’s not running the senior camp programs, you can find Matt sculpting his biceps at the gym or shooting t-shirt cannons at screaming fans in NYC.

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Rikki Saperstein

Program Director, Special Events

A Cortlandt Manor native, Rikki Saperstein attended Hendrick Hudson High School and later went on to study at the University of Vermont. After graduation she jumped to Pace University in Pleasantville where she received her Master’s degree in teaching (social studies, 7-12). Rikki is currently a high school history teacher in the area.  In addition to running our special events and theme days at camp, Rikki has helped develop our LIT (Leaders-In-Training) program to transition campers into full-time staff members. This will be Rikki's 10th year on staff!

Testimonial

"Today was my daughter's first day at Camp Nabby. I cannot express how happy and impressed with Amanda we are. She impressed us from day  one...We are so happy we chose Camp Nabby!" 

-Kaylynn H., Mohegan Lake
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FAQs

Answers to all of your Nabby questions!

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