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SUMMER CAMPS riding their Monday - Friday sessions run from July through August 25 and will teach your youngster all there is to know about the equine arts in a caring and supportive environment. Instructors here are fun and energetic, just waiting to share their love of horses and riding with your kids. Once done all campers are encouraged and welcome to participate in the Hampton Classic! Open year round GHF is also a full service breeding and boarding program round. Adults are also more than welcome, with private and group lessons tailor made for them, too. You’ll find them north of the village at 849 Hayground Road.   ROWING CAMP Combining strenuous physical exercise with men- tal disciple rowing isn’t for everyone. But if you’re looking to tune your body and mind it can be one of the most rewarding experiences you can ever have. Add to that the camaraderie rowing in pairs or quads brings and you have a unique athletic experience. The SAG HARBOR COMMUNITY ROWING CLUB 631-553-1112 will be happy to introduce your child to all this in one of their weekly summer camps.   FISHING CAMP Surrounded by water on all sides what better place for your kids to learn to sail than maritime Montauk! Great sport, but what if you have no boat or experience to pass on? Luckily we have just the folks to teach your tykes how to steer their tall ship. Now in their sixth year SAIL MONTAUK 631-552- 5183 are experts in teaching novices the ways of the wind and water. Located at the Montauk Yacht Club you’ll cruise local waters in safe, stable 24’ Pearson sloops, learning fore from aft and boom from mast. New this year they’ve added 2 week sailing camps to their individual instruction. For all the details go to their website www.sailmontauk.com. Back in Sag Harbor, the home of blue-water sail- ing ships, BREAKWATER YC 631-725-4604 offers a great junior sailing program that will teach your son or daughter how to heave ho and make for open waters. Located in scenic Sag Harbor their weekly session run from mid-June through the end of Au- gust. ien c e S u mme S O r P Sc PECONIC LAND TRUST   SAILING CAMP One of the fundamental sports in this area, hook- ing a keeper is a joy to learn and a skill to treasure a lifetime. But who’s going to teach the young fry how to land their first snapper? Bring your boy or girl to the FLYING POINT FISH CAMP 516-885-6607. Located in Sag Harbor they offer five day sessions that will turn neophytes into old salts. With fully ap- proved Coast Guard qualified guides at the helm of 25’ center consoles your son or daughter will be in the best of hands, while they cruise local waters for their first trophy fish. F O 2017 SoFo’s Marine Science Summer Program consists of a one week adventure exploring the various marine habitats and their fascinating, secretive occupants. Your child will come away with a new appreciation for our diverse marine environments. Monday—Friday • 9am-3pm Transportation Provided While the Peconic Land Trust is busy conserving working farms and natural lands, we also offer fun, family friendly Connections programs on conserved lands throughout th e East End, including our. . . Quail Hill Farm | Amagansett Bridge Gardens | Bridgehampton Agricultural Center at Charnews Farm | Southold Join us! www.PeconicLandTrust.org | 631.283.3195 The Trust does NOT collect or distribute the CPF 2% real estate transfer tax. www.MontaukLife.com “Peanut Bunker” Marine Adventure Week I Monday, July 31—Friday, August 4 “Sea Bass” Marine Biology and Fishing Week Monday, August 7—Friday, August 11 “Peanut Bunker” Marine Adventure Week II Monday, August 14—Friday, August 18 ***Peanut Bunker Week II is FULL*** For more information, contact SoFo at 631-537-9735 or sofo@hamptons.com. August 2017 | Montauk / Hampton Life | 41