Don’t miss camp this year!
I’ve had the pleasure and the honor of working with thousands of kids and families within our Cape Cod community for the past ten years and I am inviting your family to join us this summer for another amazing adventure!
Youth Development at the Y means showing kids, teens and young adults role models and behaviors designed to inspire healthy choices and lasting positive relationships. Both YMCA Cape Cod summer camp communities are led by a team of kind, trustworthy individuals committed to creating a safe place for children to practice social skills and character values. Using a healthy environment and the safest positive reinforcement techniques, your children will be well on their way to adventurous learning. We look forward to meeting your family and introducing you to ours as we grow our community together.
Please get in touch if you have any questions at all. I’ll see you at camp!
- Steven Wolfe, Senior Program Director Youth Development, (508) 362-6500 x208
Learn more about our camp programs:
Child Care at the Y
Start your child off right!
Children are like sponges – they watch and absorb knowledge, skills and values from everything and everyone around them.
We believe the values and skills learned early on are vital building blocks for quality of life and future success. That’s why our child care programs are staffed with people who understand the cognitive, physical and social development of kids, the need children have to feel connected and supported in trying new things, and the caring and reinforcement parents and families need to help each other.
Come to one of our Child Care Open Houses! We’re holding open houses on three dates this summer. Stop by one of our locations – Stony Brook in Brewster, Lorusso in Sandwich or Children’s Crossing in West Barnstable – talk to the teachers and learn why families return to us again and again!
OPEN HOUSE DATES:
- August 18, 2014: Stony Brook and Lorusso
- September 10, 2014: Stony Brook and Lorusso
- September 29, 2014: Stony Brook, Lorusso and Children’s Crossing