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Mission YMCA

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Location
4080 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94112
Neighborhood(s)
Castro/Eureka/Noe Valley, Ingleside/Excelsior/Oceanview, Mission/Bernal Heights, Twin Peaks/Diamond Heights/Glen Park, West Portal/Miraloma/Sunnyside
Telephone
(415) 586-6900
Website
http://www.ymcasf.org/mission
Days and Hours Of Operation
Facility Hours: Mon–Fri 7am–6:30pm
Description

The Mission YMCA is a safe and enriching place for youth to participate in different kinds of activities during afterschool hours, weekends, and school breaks.

In cooperation with the Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, the Mission YMCA offers weekend programs at the Excelsior Youth Center. Activities include arts and crafts, Pee Wee sports, dance, boxing, cooking, baking, basketball, and more. Call (415) 452-7578 for details on these programs.

Martial arts are offered on Saturdays at Palega Park, 500 Felton Street. Contact the Palega Park Rec Connect Director at (415) 306-4743 to sign up.

They have a detailed list of sports programs on their website.

Check out their Teen page for other programs, such as the Waterfront Kids Program, Youth and Government, Rec Connect, Teen Top Chef, and Spring to Service.

The Mission YMCA also offers "kids nights out" for kids to have a special night at the YMCA without parents. Drop off your child every other Friday from 6:30pm–9pm for $10 per child. Children must be potty trained.

Camps:
Camps offer kids in grades K–8 activities such as arts and crafts, sports, Spanish, and daily field trips to parks, beaches, the zoo, and swimming pools. Financial assistance is available. Summer preschool is also available for kids ages 2 to 5.

2013–2014 Vacation Day Camps:
Location:
Sunnyside Park Clubhouse (Foerster and Melrose)
Dates:November 11 (Veterans Day), November 27 (Thanksgiving Camp), January 31 (Lunar New Year), February 17 (President's Day)
Ages: 4–11
Times: 7:30am–6pm
Cost: $55 per day

2013– 2014 Winter Camp Sessions:
Location:
Sunnyside Park Clubhouse (Foerster and Melrose)
Dates: December 23–December 27; December 30–January 3
Ages: 4–11
Days/Times: Monday through Friday (except Wednesday), 7:30am–6pm
Cost: $205 per session

2014 Spring Break Camp Sessions:
Location:
Sunnyside Park Clubhouse (Foerster and Melrose)
Dates: March 31–April 4
Ages: 4–11
Days/Times: Monday through Friday, 7:30am–6pm
Cost: $205 per session

2013 Week-long Traditional Day Camp Summer Sessions: June 3–August 9
2013 Week-long Spring Camp Session: March 25–March 29
Locations: Sunnyside Park Clubhouse
Ages: Grades K–5
Days/Times: Mondays through Fridays, 9am–4pm
Cost: $205 per week ($55 registration may be necessary)
Extended care: 7:30am–9am and 4pm–6pm (included in cost)

Afterschool:
The Mission YMCA hosts afterschool programs for kids in grades K–5 in the Mission and Sunnyside neighborhoods.

Locations:
- Sunnyside Playground, Foerster Street and Melrose Avenue
Sunnyside Elementary, 250 Foerster Street
Leonard Flynn Elementary School, 3125 Cesar Chavez Street
Monroe Elementary School, 260 Madrid Street
Visitacion Valley Elementary School, 55 Schwerin

Mission Y also run the Excelsior Rec Connect After School Program.
Financial Assistance
Yes
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Cantonese, Russian, Filipino (Tagalog)
Accessibility
Yes
Getting There

Easy street parking.

Muni: 14, 49

Camps and afterschool programs are held at different schools in the surrounding neighborhoods.

Related Programs
Monroe Elementary School Afterschool (ExCEL Program)
Visitacion Valley Elementary School Afterschool (ExCEL Program)
Sunnyside Elementary School - Mission YMCA Afterschool
Sunnyside Playground - Park Clubhouse
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