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Kids Events, Family Events and Enrichment

Kids and Middle School Events

At the Y, we strive to give every child and teen opportunities to learn, grow, test their own limits and explore their potential. We believe that all children and teens deserve a safe place to go; a place to hang out with old friends and make new ones; a place to have fun, be themselves and develop character. Seasonal and regular kids and middle school events are held at the Y and are always led by trained YMCA staff.

Family Events

YMCAs have long been a place where families come together. Our family events promote intergenerational bonds, bring families closer together, and offer resources they need to strengthen and maintain healthy, happy families.


Isn't an extra dose of creative learning always a good thing? Child development starts early and lasts long. With a wide range of activities to stimulate creativity, self-esteem and independence, the Y's enrichment programs encourage good health and high achievement. 

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Kids Night Out

A fun themed night out for kid's ages 3 - 5th grade without their parents! All of the counselors dress in costume to coincide with the night's theme and all of the games and activities help to make the kid's feel like they are in the movie/show/story. Jersey Mike's sub, chips, and a cookie will be provided for dinner along with a snack later on in the evening. Kids enjoy a safe environment with tons of fun! 

Second Saturday of the month (September - April)
6-9pm at the Y
Ages 3 (potty trained) - 12

Click here for more information about
September's Kids Night Out event

Sarah Anne Walker
Day Camp Director 


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HYPE Night

September - April

The Y recognizes the limited extracurricular opportunities for middle school students outside of school functions. Middle School Night offers a fun and safe environment for middle schoolers, regardless of if you are a Y member on a regular basis. Hang out at the Y, enjoy the lounge, play basketball, Ping Pong, or games like Giant JENGA and corn hole. There will also be music, dancing, and concessions available to purchase!

3rd Saturday of every month (Sept-April)
6-9pm at the Y

6th-8th Grade

Click here for information about September's upcoming Hype Night

Sarah Anne Walker
Camp Director


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Pre-School Play Date 

Preschool Club is designed as a booster learning program. Children will learn and play with friends participating in active hands-on learning, sensory learning, gross motor play, themed games, crafts, and snacks.

A new and improved Preschool Club will be coming soon!

Regan Pierce
Youth Program Director



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Homeschool P.E.

Physical Education (P.E.) is an important part of your child’s development which builds overall wellness, a love for active play, and an understanding of healthy choices. Homeschool P.E. provides a safe and encouraging environment for your children to learn, grow, and interact. 

This 8 week program incorporates the Long Term Athletic Development (LTAD) ideology, focusing on proper physical development with body weight movements. 

Click here for Fall 2017 Homeschool P.E. information


Chris Sanders
Wellness Director


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You and Me

You & Me at the Y is designed to help a child/children and their guardian(s) build strong, long lasting relationships by spending quality time together doing enjoyable activities that help promote communication and teamwork.
Let your imagination run wild as you and your family participate together in activities centered around a specific theme guaranteed to make memories to last a lifetime.
This program fosters building family relationships, a parent or guardian must register with each child or family.

Click here for information about
our upcoming You and Me Family Event


Sarah Anne Walker
Day Camp Director   

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Healthy Kids Day

Kids are less physically active and engaged in learning during the summer months and research shows that children gain weight two to three times faster than during the school year. In addition to that, kids can fall behind academically because they don’t have access to out-of-school learning opportunities. What can you do to help?

The purpose of Healthy Kids Day is to encourage kids to stay physically and intellectually active over the summer, so mark your calendars, invite your friends, and plan to have a blast! 

For more details about the 2017 Healthy Kids Day, click HERE.


Regan Pierce
Youth Program Director 


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Next Event

YMCA events
Nov 18th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join us for for Middle School Hype night!