Adirondack Center Programs

YMCA Adk Summer Camp - Children entering Kindergarten - 6th grade

Kids will laugh, learn, explor and grow in the outdoors, while creating memories and friendships that last a lifetime. Our camp will offer kid opportunities to discouver new activities, build confidence, and discover their talents and interests. Every camp week is fun-filled and action-pack. Camp is open from 7:30am - 6pm Monday - Friday.

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ADK Kids – ages infant-PreK with adult (Adk Center)

This parent child program meets every Wednesday from 10:00-11:30am. Opportunity for open play, musical activities, reading of books and socialization. This program follows the NWCS school calendar. FREE, drop in basis.

Teen Night – Grades 6th-9th (Adk Center)

Teens have a night out! There will be a variety of activities throughout the night. Teen Nights are the 4th Friday of the month 7:00-9:30pm, $5 per child or $10 max per family.

Leaders Club - Grades 8th-12th grade (Adk Center)

Leaders Club teaches leadership skills through community service, volunteerism and personal growth. Become a leader at the YMCA & in your community. Leaders Club is offered at the YMCA Adirondack Center.

After School Club – Grades K-5th (North Warren Central School)

The Y’s afterschool club strives to help every child succeed academically, live healthier lives and maintain positive behaviors.  Safe & convenient location at NWCS, healthy snack, physical activity, STEAM activities, homework help and more until 5:45pm. After School Club runs on the NWCS calendar.

Y Achievers – Grades 6th-10th  (YMCA Program Site - Chestertown Municipal Center)

Y Achievers program provides a safe environment for your tween/teen to be with friends while participating in a variety of activities. Activities offered are recreation, art, STEM, homework time including tutoring and more. Transportation from NWCS to the Center is offered daily with pick up at 5:30pm.  Y Achievers runs on the NWCS calendar.

No More Learning Gap - Summer Literacy Program (Students Entering 1st-3rd) - Adk Center

This program runs 6 weeks for less economically advantaged students. The goal is to build better readers and prevent the loss of skills that can take place each summer and develop positive self-esteem in a safe, interactive learning environment. The academic portion is taught by a certified teacher and two aides. The camp experience engages the children in physical, social, and educational activities while teaching the children our core values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility.