At the Y, kids can learn to dance, draw, or play a sport, develop their skills, make new friends, and become empowered in youth programs.
Children will learn the fundamentals of ballet through awareness of body movement and creativity. While participating in exercise and dance sequences, participants will learn coordination while exploring various levels of movement that develop strength.
This class gives children a basic introduction to classical ballet. It includes preparatory exercises to develop coordination. It will also allow participants to experience classical music, increase their sense of balance, and improve their reflexes.
Learn the basic way to use your body in ways that encourage many different stylistic techniques. A high energy course highlighting the basics of hip hop and funk with basic moves linked together into a progressive routine taught to a compilation of popular hip hop and R&B music.
Designed exclusively for youth. These classes are rockin’, high energy, fitness packed parties with specially choreographed, kid-friendly routines and all the music kids love, like hop-hop, pop, reggaeton, cumbia and more!
FREE for Y members
Come have fun dancing to the latest K-Pop songs! No previous experience required. K-Pop, short for Korean pop music, has become a global phenomenon where the melody, concept, and choreography all come together to create an entertaining experience for all.
Sports & Swim
Our progressive karate program teaches physical education, self-defense, and meditation. Regular participation in this program develops strength, agility, flexibility and coordination as well as focus and peace of mind.
Kids have a great time mixing paints and using different mediums while learning about various artists and basic painting and drawing skills in this fun class. A variety of projects will be created using different materials and techniques.
Healthy and yummy recipes are introduced as children cook up a fun recipe every week. Children prepare and enjoy different foods while learning about measuring, counting, sharing and more. A class recipe book is given out at the end of session.