Youth Drop In
AGES: 6 – 13 years
When: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 6:30PM – 8:30PM
What is Youth Drop In? This program will let children enjoy activities in a safe environment, allowing self-expression, individual development, social interaction and tons of fun.
Who, Where, How? Drop-In registration will be in the entrance to gym 1 between 6:30-6:45PM.
Members must show their membership card during check-in. FREE TO MEMBERS
Non-Members may also participate for a fee of $4 per visit
During the first hour, gym games will be played.
The second half of the program will be swimming.
- Children must bring a bathing suit and towels. It is recommended that children with hair longer than shoulder length wear a bathing cap or tie it back.
- Children must be here for the first hour to be able to participate in swimming. Children must remain with staff at all times even if they choose not to swim.
Children must be signed in and signed out by a parent or guardian.
DROP IN FOLLOWS THE PUBLIC SCHOOL CALENDAR. Drop In will not be held if school is cancelled or during vacation weeks and summer vacation.
Healthy Kids Day
HAPPY & HEALTHY
Sponsored by Lowell General Hospital
May 4, 2013 from
10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
As part of a nationwide effort to encourage kids to move the Greater Lowell Family YMCA will host YMCA Healthy Kids Day on May 5, 2012. Healthy Kids Day is filled with fun, engaging and creative activities that foster healthy living and is part of the YMCA’s larger efforts to help more kids and families become physically active. YMCA Healthy Kids Day will provide resources to help educate grownups about making healthy choices for their families every day. All activities are free and open to all.
When’s the last time you set a healthy example for your child? The YMCA of Lowell says this weekend is the perfect time.
It’s the nation’s largest health day dedicated to kids and families. YMCAs nationwide take part in this annual event, and even though it’s directed at kids, parents can participate as well in activities such as family games and nutrition. When kids are healthy, they’re making good decisions and it empowers them. Being active gives them confidence that they can do it and they know they’re healthy, they just feel good.