Youth & Family


Ages1st-3rd grade for cooking; k-2nd grade for arts & science

Camp 365 Enrichments take the best activities at camp and allow our campers the opportunity to participate in them all year long!

Carefully crafted for children from Kindergarten to 3rd Grade, our afterschool Enrichments offer an immersive experience within their chosen genre.

Our incredibly qualified instructors, along with their assistants, guide the students to their full potential in a small class setting for the ultimate hands-on experience! The end results are simply spectacular! Whether it’s custom chocolate candy, a hand-stitched bag, or a rocket ship that actually launches, each week your child will be wowed by what they are able to accomplish. Sign up and let the fun begin!


Come get your cook on with the fabulous Amanda Capon where you’ll whip up some incredible confections and savory dishes to share (or keep for yourself!)

Meet Chef Amanda!

Amanda Capon is an incoming Junior at Tenafly High School. She lived in New York City for most of her childhood and moved to Tenafly for middle school. Amanda excels in school, loves babysitting and working with kids. Her other passion is cooking. She cooked and danced her way throughout the pandemic with her dad, Chef Josh Capon (Cooking with the Capons), and in turn, learned so much. She can’t wait to teach your child all the amazing skills she’s acquired! When she’s not cooking or babysitting, Amanda also enjoys tennis, movies, and hanging out with her friends. 

Budding Chefs (10 classes)
Thursdays – 9/22-12/1, 4-5 pm; no classes 11/24

Includes all materials

Age requirement: 1st-3rd grade
Maximum number of students: 12

Fine Arts

Calling all budding artists! Come learn how to draw, paint and sculpt by first diving into the basic concepts: dimension, shadows, highlights, and perspective. Our step-by-step program gives children the self-confidence and technical skills to produce artwork in a warm and stimulating environment where their creativity can shine. Let’s get started!

Meet Debbie!

There is nothing Debbie Greenwald loves more than Art. After graduating Syracuse University with a BFA, Debbie went on to become an Art Director / Creative Director at McCann Erickson. There, she created print and TV campaigns for some of the most famous brands in the world. After leaving advertising as a young mom, she started her own design firm and, on a whim, took a job teaching art at a private school. It was there, that a small group of parents approached me to give their children after-school lessons. What started with 8 kids in my kitchen, snowballed to over 100 students by the end of the year! The next September, I opened The Art Place in Englewood. For the next 10 years, we offered craft and fine arts classes to both children and adults, parties, and yes…camps! We were such a success many other institutions (including the JCC!), had us offer our classes there. I love that this has come full circle and I am so happy to be back at the J!

Calling all Creatives (10 classes)
Mondays – 9/19-12/5, 5-6 pm; no classes 9/26 and 10/17
Wednesdays – 9/21-12/7, 5-6 pm; no classes 10/5 and 11/23

Includes all materials

Age requirement: K-2nd grade
Maximum number of students: 16


Come put real fun into action and advance your STEM skills! Our science-savvy students will be building and coding the days away while learning how to make robotic devices move and spin! You’ll learn the language of a real engineer, gaining hands-on experience while setting wheels and gears into motion! Let’s get moving!

RobotMakers: Robots in Motion (9 classes)
Tuesdays – 9/20-12/6, 4-5 pm; no classes 9/27, 10/4, 10/18

Includes all materials

Age requirement: K-2nd grade
Maximum number of students: 16

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