Fulton Family YMCA
Parents Night Out
Have a night out to yourself while your child has a fun-filled night with the YMCA. Enjoy your evening while knowing your child is in a safe, fun environment. Happening every 3rd Friday of the month for ages 2-11 yrs. (Must be potty trained).
Friday May 17, 2013 5:30 pm-9:30 pm
Fulton Family YMCA
$10/members, $15/potential members
Schedule of Activities
5:30pm-6:00pm Arrival & Games
6:15pm-7:00pm Swimming & Games
7:15pm-7:45pm Pizza Time
8:00pm- Movie Time
Let the YMCA host your child’s next birthday party! Choose from different themes and let our enthusiastic party host entertain the party guests.
Multi Purpose Room (up to 50 people)
Members $35 per hour; Potential Members $45 per hour
Community Room (up to 25 people)
Members $25 per hour; Potential Members $35 per hour
With 3 hour rentals, you can choose to have the pool or gym included if desired for up to 20 participants. Pool or gym is shared with members.
After Hours Pool rental (up to 25 participants)
$50 per hour
After Hours Gym rental (up to 25 participants)
$60 per hour
Overnight lock ins
Friday or Saturday 9pm-7am
$300 for up to 25 participants. $12 per participant thereafter.
Pool or Exergame Extreme is yours from 9-11pm. Gym and racquetball courts are available all night. Volleyball, basketball, Soccer and racquetball balls and equipment available.
Contract and full payment required to confirm reservation.
Please contact Peter Naughton to check availability and for any rental type that is not quoted.
The YMCA Literacy Initiative offers El Nido (“The Nest”), which is a family literacy program that takes place on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. at Hall-Woodward Elementary School. El Nido, which is based on the Mother Read curriculum, provides book-based activities for children while their parents participate in ESL classes. There is also Parent and Child Together time (PACT time) built into the curriculum, which provides an opportunity for parents and children to work together on book-based projects.
Julie Weber, ESL/Family Literacy Coordinator at (336) 727-9850
The YMCA has a long history of bringing parents and children together for life enriching experiences. This history has left a legacy of strengthened relationships and close bonds in many families and communities around the country. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina has been a part of the Y-Indian Guide/Adventure Guides program for more than 30 years. Adventure Guides currently serves 20 tribes with over 400 participants in Forsyth, Stokes, Davie, Yadkin, and Wilkes Counties. Collectively, these tribes form the Adventure Guides Saura Nation.
The Adventure Guides Program aims to strengthen the bond between fathers and their children through activities that allow them to spend quality time together. Based on strong traditions of the Native American Culture including dignity, patience, endurance, spirituality, concern for the Earth and family values, these programs are tools that will help build memories that will last a lifetime.
What are some benefits to participating?
Through Adventure Guides, the YMCA provides the following benefits to father and child:
- Foster companionship and understanding and set a foundation for positive, lifelong relationships between father and child
- Build a sense of self-esteem and personal worth
- Expand awareness of body, mind, and spirit
- Provide a framework to meet a mutual need of spending enjoyable, constructive, and quality time together
- Enhance the quality of family time
- Emphasize the vital role parents play in the growth and development of their children
- Offer an important and unique opportunity to develop & enjoy volunteer leadership skills
- Opportunity to meet other families with children the same age
For further information, please contact Andrew Plyer, Adventure Guides Director, at (336) 721-2100 x 6267 or email@example.com.