President's Day Jump

The Westfield Area YMCA knows how important it is to keep kids active when they are off from school.  What better way to do this than to enjoy some indoor fun on President’s Day at “President’s Day Jump” being held in the Main Y Gym, 220 Clark Street on Monday, Feb. 19 from 11 a.m. to noon.

Perfect for families with children ages 8 and under and open to all, participants will enjoy jumping on three huge inflatables. 

Registration is required by 10 a.m. on Feb. 19 and can be done online at www.westfieldynj.org or in person at the Main Y Welcome Center. A $7 donation per person ages two to adult benefits the Y’s Annual Support Campaign, which ensures that no one experiencing a bona fide financial hardship that lives or works in Westfield, Cranford, Garwood or Mountainside is turned away for inability to pay. The majority of awards enable participation in the Y’s early learning, school age and summer day camp programs.

Contact Information
  1. Eileen Rooney
  2. 908-301-YMCA (9622) x134
  3. erooney@westfieldynj.org
Mon, February 19
11:00 am — 12:00 pm
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The Westfield Area YMCA knows how important it is to keep kids active when they are off from school. What better way to do this than to enjoy some indoor fun on President’s Day at “President’s Day Jump” being held in the Main Y Gym, 220 Clark Street on Monday, Feb. 19 from 11 a.m. to noon.

Perfect for families with children ages 8 and under and open to all, ...

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