Come and Enjoy the Fun! In a safe socially distance environment. Arts, STEM, Social Recreational Games, Challenges, Daily Physical Activity, and weather permitting Outside Activities.
Members must bring appropriate outside gear to participate in the outdoor activities, as well as a lunch, afternoon snack, water and extra masks.
Register today..! https://newtonbgc.imiscloud.com/NewtonBGC/2021-April-Vacation.aspx
Lessons for boys and girls Grades 5 through Grade 9 which are good for anyone interested in trying out for high school golf or who just wants to learn about golf. No experience
needed. Cost is $25.00 per day or $65.00 for all 3 days.
Run by coaches of, former and current players of the Newton South Lions golf team. Other clinics to be announced soon, private lessons, zoom sessions, on course sessions, and more. If interested, please email Feinberg.email@example.com or call or text 6175849979
April Vacation clinic April 20th – 22nd, 10:00 – 11:00 am
Leo Jay Martin Course, Weston
Looking for a Tennis program to help strengthen and refine your child’s skill? Look no further than Youth Tennis Clinics at JCC Greater Boston. Led by JCC Tennis Director and Boston College Assistant Women’s Coach, Doug Maynard, each week-long clinic will provide instruction and play within a progressive format using red, orange, green, and yellow balls designed for different ages and abilities.
For ages 8-14. Early bird pricing ends May 1st. Non-member cost is $265.00/member cost is $225.00. For more information and to register, visit bostonjcc.org/tennisclinics or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekly sessions run Monday-Friday from June 21st – August 27th, 8:00 am – 12:45 pm (depending on age).
333 Nahanton Street, Newton
Elizabeth Home, 242 Commonwealth Ave, recently expanded its offerings to include coffee/tea, baked goods and fresh flowers. With outdoor seating and a to-go window, the new Petal & Press space is a great place to meet up with friends at the top of Heartbreak Hill!
Open weekdays, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, Saturdays, 9:00 am -1 pm.
The West Suburban YMCA’s Out of School Time program returns to a traditional afterschool format offering after school care for children in grade K-8 starting on April 5th when Newton Public Schools return to full-time in-person schooling. This comes after spending the school year supporting students and families through a virtual learning academy, where students came to the Y during the school day to complete their virtual learning.
“We are so excited to be able to get back to our after-school format and engage kids in activities outside of schoolwork,” says Out of School Time Director Kaitlin McCarthy. “We will be focusing on ‘unplugging’ and offering enrichment activities, clubs, and much needed time outdoors!”
OST will run Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 2:30 – 6:00 pm and Wednesdays from 1:15 – 6:00 pm. Kids will have opportunities for homework and academic support, sports, arts and crafts projects, games, and social activities.
The Y offers transportation from Burr, Bowen, Cabot, Franklin, Horace-Mann, and Lincoln-Eliot schools via bus for a fee of $5/day and from Underwood via a chaperoned walking route free of charge.
The West Suburban YMCA is a non-profit charitable organization and it is their mission to never turn anyone away due to an inability to pay. The West Suburban YMCA is operating in accordance with all guidelines and recommendations outlined by the CDC, the state of Massachusetts, and local health authorities.
For more information and to enroll your child in OST, please visit https://www.wsymca.org/ost.