Re: seeking recs for birthday party space for adultsHere are the recs I got: Camp Friendship
Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp SurveyThis new camp is very low-key and not very "camp"-like at all. In fact, my child calls it school, not camp. BUT that's exactly what we love about it. He has music class, art class with an amazing art teacher, gymnastics, yoga, and capoiera, with a walking trip to Prospect Park one day a week and one day with sprinklers and water games. It's very mellow and is run by the school's after-school program. My son did a popular camp last summer with lots of exciting trips, but he was miserable and exhausted. Camp Summer Friendship has been a perfect fit for him, and we plan to send him again next summer if they expand the program. If you could change anything, what would it be? The park and water days are set ahead of time. I wish there was more flexibility so that they could change the schedule if the weather isn't good for going outside. Age of child: 5 Based on a Summer 2017 experience
[PSPTweens] Bat mitzvah spacesCamp Friendship is also a place I’ve seen nice Bar/Bat Mitzvahs.
[PSPTweens] Bat mitzvah spacesThere's also Camp Friendship, we used to do PSFC events there many years ago but it was just the right size for around 100 people.
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