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Online registration is not available for kids’ aquatics classes. If your child is in the current swim session that is ending on June 24, please see the front desk for their recommended summer levels. To secure your summer session spot for the recommended class, please fill out a registration form at the front desk. Current swim participants will receive their evaluations at the end of the session (please do not wait for the evaluation to sign up as most spots may be filled).
If you are not currently in the swim program, an evaluation is required. Click here for evaluation times. Must receive form (mail in/drop off) by today to be part of tomorrow’s lottery. Processing begins June 5. (lottery). Online registration is not available for adult Aqua Flex.
Your child is age 3-6
Your child is age 4-5
DISCOVERY CAMP – Explorers
Campers ages 5-14 and up can mix and match from the following camps:
DISCOVERY CAMP (to age 11)
Campers ages 6-11 can also choose
Campers who have completed grades 5-9
Campers ages 11-14
TEEN FITNESS CAMP
There is still availability in some classes. Click here to register
Click here to view the guide
Online registration is not available for youth aquatics. Most youth aquatics need an evaluation form. Click here for evaluation times. Click here for fillable registration form.
A Conference on Environmental Initiatives in Schools
Thursday, March 28, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Jay Heritage Center Carriage House, 210 Boston Post Road, Rye
Panel discussions on gardens, zero waste, and teaching sustainability with teachers, volunteers, students and environmental educators from school districts, municipalities and organizations across lower Westchester and CT.
Free and open to all. Registration required. Click here to register.
Carolyn Ramsey Garden Presentation
Hommocks Middle School Garden
Midland School Pollinator Garden
NYBG Edible Academy
Port Chester Middle School Giving Garden
Scarsdale Middle School Teaching Sustainability
Teaching Sustainability at RMS
Teaching Sustainability at the Rye Nature Center
Wilton Warriors Zero Waste
Zero Waste at Hommocks Middle School
Zero Waste at RCDS
Zero Waste Lunches – Anna McDonald
Conference Video (filmed by Rye TV)
Sponsored by the Rye YMCA in partnership with Jay Heritage Center
For more information, contact Denise Woodin at email@example.com or 914-967-6363
April 15-19: Choose from Fun Club, STEAM, Soccer, Gymnastics, Teen Fitness and Safety Around Water.
Please install the new app before April 12.
At that time, the current Rye Y mobile app will be removed from the Apple and Google Play stores.
View Slide Show of Rye Derby and Healthy Kids Day 2019
Saturday, May 4, 9 am– Noon
Ages 4 and up. Children under 14 must be accompanied by a participating adult.
Jay Heritage Center, 210 Boston Post Rd, Rye
Volunteer projects may include: path and trail clean up, invasive species removal, filling decorative planters with deer resistant annuals, and more!
Registration is required.
Join Us as We Knit and Crochet Infant Caps for Open Door Family Medical Centers’ Baby Boxes
Tuesdays, March 5, 12 and 19
10:30 AM – Noon in the Rye Y Game Room
Sponsored by the Rye Y’s Togetherhood Committee, in partnership with Open Door Family Medical Centers
REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Click here to sign up.
All ages and abilities welcome. Yarn, patterns and refreshments provided. Don’t know how to knit or crochet? Come and learn! For more information, contact Denise Woodin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 967-6363, ext. 101
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