Falmouth Wants a Y!
“Falmouth Wants a Y” is a community-based group of volunteers working together with the YMCA Cape Cod to bring a Y to the Upper Cape.
Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/FalmouthWantsaY or ask us how we can help you make Your Y a reality!
Come support “Falmouth Wants a Y” June 22nd at Oysters Too from 5pm-closing in Falmouth. 20% of all proceeds will be donated to our feasibility study! Tell your friends, bring your friends! Share it on your facebook.
YMCA Cape Cod is already serving the needs of the Falmouth community by offering options for:
Early Education and Childcare
Nestled in one of the pristine rural areas Falmouth is famous for, only 2 miles from routes 28 and 151, this new location will offer Upper Cape families a quaint, safe environment for children to learn, grow and thrive. Our caring teachers and educator assistants are professional role models who will mentor your children while teaching the core Y values of caring, honesty respect and responsibility every day. This early education center will provide the highest quality infant, toddler and preschool care year-round, Monday through Friday from 6:30AM -5:30PM. Call 508-362-6500 ext.135 for pre-enrollment information and to schedule a tour! Learn more about our childcare programs.
Summer camp is about adventure and discovery. At Camp Lyndon, kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities and gain independence. And, of course, it’s lots of fun too. We provide convenient bussing pick up and drop off locations around the Falmouth area.
Download our Camp Lyndon brochure to start your kids on an adventure.
YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program
The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program is a community-based lifestyle improvement program for adults with prediabetes. Its purpose is to empower adults with lasting lifestyle changes that will improve their overall health and reduce their chance of developing type 2 diabetes.
Currently, diabetes affects nearly 26 million people. Another 79 million have prediabetes and are at risk of developing diabetes, but only 11 percent are aware of it.
Research by the National Institutes of Health has shown that programs like the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program reduce the number of new cases of diabetes by 58% overall and by 71% in individuals over age 60.
To see if you qualify or for more information about the program fees and financial assistance, visit our YDPP page.
Holiday Parade Gallery
We did it!! We won first place (children’s float category) in the 52nd Falmouth Christmas Parade!!
Thanks so much to the YMCA Cape Cod staff and all the volunteers who helped us build the float and walk with us!
Check out the photos here.
Falmouth Community Committee
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