Summer Day Camp is for girls and boys ages K-6th grade. A great summer day camp for those children who need summer long activities as well as those only looking for week-long adventure! Each week is highlighted by a special theme. Summer Day Camp runs from the end of the school year until the start of the next. The Camp day runs from 7am-6pm.
The YMCA Day Camp program serves any child K-6th grade. The YMCA does not discriminate against families based on race, age, color, creed, sex or national origin. All children will be required to have the following information completed and on file before starting the program. Register early! Limited enrollment!
Registration for Summer 2020 is full. You are welcome to be put on the waiting list but at this point it maybe hard to get in.
SUMMER DAY CAMP 2020 - FULL
Registration For Summer Day Camp
March 1st - YMCA Members
March 15th - Potential Members
Sessions run weekly with the following options:
The YMCA Summer Day Camp program is tax deductible as a child care expense. Check with your tax preparer for details.
Family Child Community Accessibility
We will support, educate, and guide parents to build healthy relationships with their children and continue to develop the family as a unit. We will provide an environment that encourages your child to grow within the four core values of the YMCA: Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility. We will provide trained staff and age appropriate activities. We will design our program to meet the specific needs of its participants as well as the community in which it serves. Your child’s care and safety are our primary goals. We will provide the tools necessary to meet those goals regardless of the family’s ability to pay.
If you have any questions, please email our Youth & Family Director.
Masks are required to visit the YMCA. Masks can be removed during exercise.
Managing your chronic condition can improve your health and quality of life. Participants will meet weekly to create plans, share experiences, and help each other solve problems. Topics include nutrition, exercise, medication use, pain management, emotions and communicating with medical providers.
Class will be held virtually via ZOOM. Thursdays from August 27-October 1, 9:00am-11:30am
Contact Stacey at 218-739-4489 ext 205 to register.
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