GIRLS LOVING LIFE – YWCA HANOVER

Girls in grades 2-8 participate in activities, friendship, and fun.
Girls in grades 9-12 participate as mentors, role models, and youth leaders.

Girls Loving Life focuses on five tenets to build self-esteem, encourage kindness, and help girls develop resiliency, grit, and compassion:

Love your body: living your best healthy life
Love your soul: valuing and accepting yourself
Love others: being kind, accepting, and contributing to the community
Love to learn and grow: taking risks, facing challenges, and being a lifelong learner
Love life: celebrating and enjoying each day

Girls Loving Life is supported by the Allstate Foundation, in partnership with the UTZ Women’s Mentoring Group

“Teaching the girls of today to be the leaders of tomorrow.”

This is a free program but space is limited.  If full, please check back for upcoming sessions. 

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YWCA Hanover
23 W. Chestnut St. Hanover
(717) 637-2125

SCHOOL DAYS OFF PROGRAM – HANOVER YWCA

K-6th grade. Service for all area schools. Runs regardless of how many schools are off! Cost is only $35 a day.

The School Days Off Program includes:

Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack. All meals follow USDA/CACFP guidelines
Activities may include gym time and field trips

Drop off as early as 6am
Pick up as late as 6pm (this may change, depending on the weather/forecast)

Our current Before and After Care students are already enrolled in this program. Instead of worrying about planned or unplanned days off, plan ahead and ensure your child has a safe, exciting day.

Pre-Registration required

YWCA Hanover
23 W. Chestnut St. Hanover
(717) 637-2125

CONEWAGO VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT OUT-OF-SCHOOL-TIME

CVSD SPORTS & COMMUNITY OPPORTUNITIES

CVSD SPORTS EVENTS CALENDAR

The NOHS Colonial Learning Center is open 2:30-3:30 pm for grades 9-12.  The center provides a quiet space for students to study, work on projects, complete homework, or get assistance from a tutor.

YOUTH BASKETBALL- EBACC

Registration opens December 9, 2019.

January 12 – March 9
Weekly practice night determined by team, games on Saturday 8am – 2 pm (15+ play on Friday Night.)
EBACC Gymnasium

Age groups: 5-6, 7-8, 9-10, 11-12, 13-15 & 15+ (tentative; determined by numbers registered).

$50 for first player, $30 for 2nd.  After January 9th, $55/$35.

Basic skills and fundamentals of the game will be taught including passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding and defensive principles.  Each team will play one game per week. Every child will play at least half of every game.  T-shirt is included with team specific colors which are chosen at the first team meeting.

If anyone is interested in coaching or refereeing, phone EBACC 717-259-8848.

GUTHRIE MEMORIAL LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR KIDS & TEENS

Babies & Toddlers CALENDAR

Elementary School Age CALENDAR

Middle School CALENDAR

Teen CALENDAR

2 Library Place, Hanover, PA 17331

yorklibraries.org/hanover-guthrie
717-632-5183

 

 

AUTISM FUN NIGHTS

Children ages 6-12 and their families. For children with autism or similar undiagnosed challenges.

2nd Wednesday of month, 5-7pm
The Fellowship Room of SpiriTrust Lutheran – The Village at Gettysburg.

Program offers a safe environment for children to learn and practice social skills.  Activities include stations with games, food, arts and crafts, and sensory/quiet areas.  Each month there is a featured theme.

Free.

For more information contact Meghan Riordan, United Way of Adams County.  717-334-5809, mriordan@uwadams.org

GETTYSBURG BRANCH, ADAMS COUNTY LIBRARY

140 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg
717-334-5716

Visit the Gettysburg Library’s CHILDREN’S EVENTS CALENDAR and TEEN EVENTS CALENDAR for special events, and weekly activities including:

TODDLER TIME • PRESCHOOL STORYTIME • 5TH & 6TH GRADE BOOK CLUB • 7TH & 8TH GRADE BOOK CLUB

CFYCD 21C SUMMER PROGRAM AT CAMP NAWAKWA

FREE! Six weeks of educational summer fun at Camp Nawakwa in Biglerville!
Mon-Thurs, 9am-1pm. No camp Fridays or on July 4th.

Bus transportation provided in each school district; pick-up begins at 8 am and drop-off ends at 2 pm.

Open to 4th-8th grade students in these school districts: LASD, CVSD, FASD, BSSD, UASD (also open to the HPMS.)

Contact sami@cfygettysburg.com, 717-339-6201
Center For Youth and Community Development – 21st Century program

MONT ALTO STEM CAMP

STEM Camp at Penn State Mont Alto provides incoming 9th and 10th grade students with hands-on practical experience in the fields of engineering, chemistry, DNA profiling, physics, microbiology, and much more.

It is a week of exploration, discovery and fun! The Penn State Extension 4H Robotics Club will host a high-engagement challenge utilizing the latest EV3 Lego Mindstorms. Camp also includes field trips to Penn State Harrisburg’s Central Pennsylvania Research and Teaching Laboratory for Biofuels and Manitowoc in Shady Grove, Pa.

Drop off and pick up at Penn State Mont Alto. Drop off at 9am and pick up at 4pm.

July 8 – 12, 2019

Cost: $185.00

Office of Continuing Education at (717) 749-4117

Penn State Mont Alto, 1 Campus Drive, Mont Alto, PA.

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