Hyannis Youth & Community Center - June 3-9

The Kennedy Rink will be back on line next week after some extensive work on the refrigeration plant to get the ice making system optimally efficient in time for the busy summer season!  There are a number of hockey clinics and camps for all ages and a high school league that begins the last week of June, running through mid-August.  For more information about all of the summer sports leagues, camps and clinics taking place in the Rinks and Gymnasium, please visit  this page on the web site.

A schedule that can be easily downloaded for next week's public activities and events at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center can be found here.  With lots of public skating and open gym times scheduled each day, there is sure to be something for everyone in the whole family to enjoy!  Although fees for public skating and skate rentals are separate from the affordable HYCC Membership program, did you know when you sign up for your annual membership, you will receive coupons good for free admission to two public skating sessions and one that is good for a guest pass or public skating session?  That's enough to cover the cost of your $20 membership...what a bargain!  Non-Residents pay just $40/year to be a member.  A list of member benefits and guidelines can be found here.

SAVE THE DATES!  On Friday night, June 15, 2018 the Annual Father / Daughter Dance will take place in the Gymnasium from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.  This year's luau theme is sure to be a lot of fun!  Children and their adult companion can purchase their tickets at the door.  The fee is $20/couple and $5 for each additional child.  All children will receive a lei necklace, refreshments, games with prizes and dancing to music with a live deejay.  During the evening everyone will have a photo opportunity with their adult companion to commemorate the event.  Questions? Call George Noonan at 508-790-6345 x127.

On Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM, the annual Bike Rodeo will take place in the parking lot outside the Hyannis Youth & Community Center.  There is no rain date so the event will be cancelled should there be inclement weather (annoucnements will be made on the HYCC Facebook page and web site.  Along with the beloved obstacle course, there will be bicycle safety inspections thanks to Sea Sports and appearances by members of the Barnstable Police and Hyannis Fire Departments with fun games with prizes from local businesses and more!  Admission is free!  At the same time that day, inside the Hyannis Youth & Community Center a kickoff event for the "Summer Eats" free meals program for youths age 1-18 will take place (rain or shine).  The HYCC and Barnstable Recreation Division, in conjunction with St. Mary's Church, the YMCA of Cape Cod, the Dennis-Yarmouth School District and the Church of the Holy Spirit will be on hand with information about all of their local free "Summer Eats" Food Program locations as well as giving out free lunches and family friendly activities.  Lunches will be served starting at 11:45 AM.  Questions about the Bike Rodeo can be directed to Geroge Noonan at 508-790-6345 x127 or [email protected].  More information about the "Summer Eats" program can be found by calling Mark Boardley at 508-790-6345 x116 or email him at [email protected].

Don't forget to check the calendar on the web site for all the scheduled activities at various buildings and locations around town!  The Hyannis Youth & Community Center is owned by the Town of Barnstable and operated by the Recreation Division of the Community Services Department.


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