Hyannis Youth & Community Center - Nov 19-25

Happy Thanksgiving Week from all of us at Barnstable Recreation and the Hyannis Youth & Community Center! This week is a short school week so there will be plenty of Open Gym and public skating times, along with All Ages Hockey Stick Practice! Check out the schedule here, or visit the web site at www.townofbarnstable.us/hycc

On Sunday, come watch as the Seahawks Jr. Hockey team hosts the NH Avalanche for an afternoon game. The puck drops at 3:00 PM.  All Ages Open Gym and Stick Practice are offered next week, as well as Game Room fun and the Walking Track is available for members and day pass holders.  The building will be closed on Thursday, for the Thanksgiving Holiday.  On Friday, both ice surfaces and the Gymnasium will be bustling with lots of action as the annual Cape Cod Waves Cranberry Classic Girls Hockey Tournament gets under way! The event runs through Sunday and organizers expect to host over 70 teams playing in multiple divisions, U8/10 - U19 on both ice surfaces.  Admission is free for spectators and the Scudder Family Cafe operated by The Casual Gourmet will be open! Come by and watch some great hockey!

Registration for Winter Programs has begun for Barnstable Residents; non-residents can begin registering on Wednesday, November 22.  There are two ways to register: in person at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center located at 141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis Mon-Fri 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM or at your convenience on-line from the web site.  There are still spaces available in the Learn to Skate program, Gr. 6/7 After School program; Half-Day of Play, basketball and more!  Hurry! The spots are filling up fast!

The Barnstable Skate Park will be closing for the Winter soon! The last day of the 2017 season is Sunday, November 19th.  It has been a great season and we look forward to opening again in April.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Weekend and be sure to stay safe!  See you again soon!

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