Brentwood, NY Summer Camps

Results 1-5 of 5 Find Brentwood, NY Summer Camps for kids & teens and choose your summer camp program: day, overnight & specialty featuring archery, challenge/rope courses, field trips, music, performing arts, team field.
 
Crestwood Country Day School
Melville, NY 11747  
Archery, Challenge/Rope Courses, Field Trips
 
 
Camp Edey
Bayport, NY 11705  
Arts and Crafts, Boating, Camping
 
 
Alvernia
Centerport, NY 11721  
Arts and Crafts, Basketball, Boating
 
 
Great South Bay Ymca Day Camp
Bay Shore, NY 11706  
Aerobics/Exercise, Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball
 
 
Hidden Pond Day Camp-the Rinx
Hauppauge, NY 11788  
Arts and Crafts, Baseball/Softball, Bicycling/Biking
 

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Brentwood is a hamlet of the Town of Islip in Suffolk County, New York. According to the 2000 Census, the population of Brentwood is 53,917. By contract, all the land ) was bought and sold at cost, with 3 acres being the maximum allowable lot size. The community was said to be based on the idea of individual sovereignty and individual responsibility. Individuals were encouraged to pursue their self-interest as they saw fit. All products of labor were considered private property. The community had a local private currency based upon labor exchange in order to trade goods and services . All land was private property, with the exception of alleys which were initially considered common property but later converted to private property. Initially, no system of authority existed in the colony; there were no courts, jails or police. This appears to have given some credence to Warren's theories that the most significant cause of violence in society was most attributable to policies and law which did not allow complete individuality in person and property. However, the modest population of the colony might be considered a factor in this characteristic. The Civil War, as well as a gradual infiltration into the community by those that did not share the same libertarian and economic philosophy, is said to have contributed to its eventual dissolution. Modern Times is now known as...