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Adventure Camp

These Adventure Camps, for campers ages 6-12, have all in the ingredients of an Activity Camp and more. Campers are introduced to a variety of enhanced activities through workshops, special events and excursions. These camps have no consumable fee.

Bronze Cross with Standard First Aid

Designed to train future lifeguards for the YMCA and community.

Bronze Medallion with Emergency First Aid

Designed to train future lifeguards for the YMCA and community.

Central YMCA - March Break - Jr. Aquatics

Earn your swim level! Aquatics campers participate in the YMCA Learn to Swim program, which introduces a series of easy-to-learn swimming skills in a values-based environment. There is a one-hour swim lesson and an hour of recreational swim time daily. Campers also take part in other activities such as sports, arts, and traditional camp games and songs.

Central YMCA - March Break - Jr. Basketball

Designed for sports enthusiasts! Sports campers will participate in a variety of activities such as soccer, volleyball, softball, golf, hockey and games depending on which location campers choose. Staff focus on participation, skill development, fair play, fitness and team spirit. Sports campers also take part in traditional day camp activities such as swimming, crafts and games.

Central YMCA - March Break - Jr. Variety

Central YMCA - March Break - Sr. Aquatics

Earn your swim level! Aquatics campers participate in the YMCA Learn to Swim program, which introduces a series of easy-to-learn swimming skills in a values-based environment. There is a one-hour swim lesson and an hour of recreational swim time daily. Campers also take part in other activities such as sports, arts, and traditional camp games and songs.

Central YMCA - March Break - Sr. Basketball

Designed for sports enthusiasts! Sports campers will participate in a variety of activities such as soccer, volleyball, softball, golf, hockey and games depending on which location campers choose. Staff focus on participation, skill development, fair play, fitness and team spirit. Sports campers also take part in traditional day camp activities such as swimming, crafts and games.

Central YMCA - March Break - Sr. Variety

March Break - Extended Hours - AM

Extended Day Camp: (EDC) Extended hours from 7:30 to 9am and 4 to 6pm, are available on site for an additional fee. Activities are provided and snack is served.
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