Hyannis Youth & Community Center - December 10-16

Click here for this week's schedule of public activities, events and drop-in programs!

This weekend, the Bourne Skating Club hosts the Cape Cod Classic Synchronized Skating Competition that starts today and uses the entire facility through Sunday at 2:00 PM.  Tickets are available at the door and you can get more information at www.bourneskatingclub.com.  Please note: the Game Room and Gymnasium will be closed to accommodate the space needs for the event and will open later in the day on Sunday, December 10th.


High school basketball and hockey season is underway with games and practices taking place each day for Sturgis East and West (basketball), St. John Paul II (basketball and hockey) as well as hockey teams representing Barnstable, a combined Mashpee and Monomoy team (The Monarchs) as well as the Eastern Junior Hockey League Seahawks team! 


Looking for the perfect gift that will make a lifetime of memories and works within your budget?  We now offer gift certificates in any denomination which can now be used for any Barnstable Recreation program (subject to availability), HYCC memberships, day passes, public skating, punch cards and more! Available at the HYCC skate sharpening booth, or ask an employee!  Additionally, money-saving transferable punch cards can be purchased at the Skate Sharpening Booth for public skating, stroller skating, stick time and walk-on practice.  Pay for ten visits and get an eleventh for free!  Check the web site for more details and a current listing opf all the programs and special events!


See you soon!




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