April Family Nights at the Madison Area YMCA

The Madison Area YMCA invites all families in the area to attend its April Family Nights on Friday nights from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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25 Healthy Kids Day! No Family Night tonight; but, join us during the day for a fun-filled event. The day will focus on the importance of children being safe, active and engaged during the summer months. Games, prizes and fun activities will make this a day you don’t want to miss!

Each Saturday night, Family Night features a different theme for family entertainment and an opportunity to spend quality family time from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Parents must accompany children at all times. Activities include swimming, racquetball and basketball. Kids Central, the Y’s indoor playground, is also available for open play. Adults must stay with children at all times. Family Nights are free for members; non-members may purchase one-day guest passes. Non-members over the age of 18 must provide a government issued photo ID to enter the facility.

For more information, please contact Allison Ruggeri, Associate Director Youth, Families and Enrichment, 973-822-9622 ext. 2233 or email aruggeri@madisonymca.org.

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