Project Dacha

Project Dacha brings informal Jewish experiences directly to Russian-speaking Jewish families who spend their summers at upstate NY cabin communities – Dacha – by providing fun hands-on workshops for children during the week and immersive family activities during the weekends.

Albert's Bungalow Colony - Liberty, NY

Jul 26 — Aug 15
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COJECO Project Dacha is a new model of Jewish day camp designed specifically for RSJ children, parents, and grandparents, providing informal Jewish educational experiences presented through a culturally sensitive approach. For children, Project Dacha offers a weekday program that combines the fun of summer camp with enriching Jewish experiences through arts, science, drama, music, storytelling, and more. Evening & weekend programs will be specifically designed to involve the whole family, including Shabbat celebrations, interactive workshops, and family games.


Where and When?

July 26 – August 15, 2015 | Albert’s Bungalow Colony (Liberty, NY)


Pricing Information

1 Week: $125

2 Weeks: $220

3 weeks: #300


  • 10% discount for each additional child in the same family
  • If you register for 1 week, you can add additional weeks later on (you’ll be charged weekly price).
  • All Camp Fees include all activities & supplies.
  • Each child also receives a T-shirt, Dacha bag, hat & a water bottle on the first day of camp.
  • Cost of family events and adult programming are not included in the program fee. Additional fee will apply.
  • Scholarships are available. Please contact Marina Zurakhinsky at for more information.


For more information or if you have any questions, please e-mail Marina Zurakhinsky at




Albert's Bungalow Colony - Liberty, NY


COJECO (Council of Jewish Émigré Community Organizations) is the central hub of the Russian-speaking Jewish community in the New York tri-state area. We are the central hub for the Russian-speaking Jewish community in New York tri-state area. Our mission is to convene and connect the Russian-speaking Jewish community to build on our heritage through collaborative leadership, innovative engagement, Jewish education, and community capacity building.   COJECO_LOGO

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