Richard Hall Mental Health Community Center is offering Teens Aged 12-14 who have experienced challenges due to abuse/neglect/trauma activities from 9-4 p.m. that include Trips to Duke Farms & Turtleback Zoo, Trip to Safe Harbor, Equine Therapy, Cooking Class, Yoga Wellness class, Living skills, Bricks4Kidz, Pet Therapy and Movies!
Recreational Activities and Resources
Virtual summer camp and learning experiences have been added to this directory due to the abundance and needs presented with COVID-19 restrictions and limitations. These links below provide a variety of opportunities ranging from creative arts, sciences, and athletic opportunities. Skills based programs are also included.
The county park systems offer a diverse array of programming throughout the year. Activities such as nature learning experiences, arts and crafts, volunteer projects and more are available. Seasonal program guides are available electronically or in hard copy. For more information or to request a program guide, visit Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation at: http://www.co.hunterdon.nj.us/depts/parks/programs.html.
The county park systems offer a diverse array of programming throughout the year. Activities such as nature learning experiences, arts and crafts, volunteer projects and more are available. Seasonal program guides are available electronically or in hard copy. For more information or to request a program guide, visit the Somerset County Park Commission at: http://www.somersetcountyparks.org/.
The county park systems offer a diverse array of programming throughout the year. Activities such as nature learning experiences, arts and crafts, volunteer projects and more are available. Seasonal program guides are available electronically or in hard copy. For more information or to request a program guide, visit Warren Parks at: https://warrenparks.com/calendar/.
We provide library facilities and services that meet the evolving needs of the Hunterdon County community. We believe an informed community is an empowered community. We are dedicated to enriching lives with outstanding library facilities, resources and services. Our commitment to developing strong partnerships broadens our ability to enhance the quality of life for the Hunterdon County community. We provide services such as: book groups, interlibrary loans, computers and technological equipment, wi-fi, meeting rooms, museum passes, concerts, exhibits, lectures, homework help, story times, workshops, youth & teen programs, volunteer opportunities and more.
The Warren County Library celebrates creativity, inspiration, and community in north-western New Jersey. Explore new ideas with us, expand your knowledge, and gain access to technology. We are your idea store, entertainment center, quiet corner, and communication portal. Adults, check out our movies, music CDs, video games, magazines, and more. Register for library programs ranging from lectures and concerts to various crafts, or brush up on your computer skills. Teens, this is the place to go for fandom parties, maker projects, cool crafts, studying and discovery. Kids can enjoy programs from live animal shows to story time and crafts and the best summer reading program around, the Warren County Library is a source of creativity, education, and imagination for kids. There’s something for everyone at the Warren County Library!
Somerset County Library System of New Jersey partners with you to connect, to explore, to share and to discover. Our vision is to work together to enrich lives, expand knowledge and strengthen communities. We offer programs for kids, teens and adults. Programs include book discussions, spelling bees, crafts, puzzle challenges, art exhibits, story times, English as a second language lessons, gaming groups, homework help and more!
A Summer Day Program for Children with Learning Disabilities, Asperger's Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, or a Mild Intellectual Disability (ages 9-15). This summer program offers 6 ONE week sessions for children ages 9-15. From July 12-August 20th. Each week will be different themed with a variety of hands-on activities.
High School Students with an IEP or 504 Plan can make extra cash this summer in a community work experience. The Center for Educational Advancement offers work readiness training, career exploration, and paid internships of $12 per hour at local Hunterdon county businesses. There is limited enrollment.
Paid Summer Internship Program Earn $12 per hour! An opportunity for students to reinforce soft skills, "Get a Plan, Get a Job, Keep a Job," provided by Abilities Pre-Employment Transition Services. Eligibility requirements, how to sign up and contact information on flyer.
2021 Recreation and Social Programs/Volunteer Opportunities Directory: Hunterdon, Somerset and Warren Counties - Copy
The sole purpose of this directory is to provide a diversified listing of recreation and social programs for youth who reside in Hunterdon, Somerset, and Warren Counties. *Note: Due to the national public health crisis, readers are encouraged to verify operating status of Directory listings.