Angel Youth Center
7770 N. Shannon Road, Tucson, AZ 85741
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The AYC is a dedicated space for youth and teens. Kids who go to the center have access to homework help, art classes, special events, fitness training, service projects, leadership training, sand volleyball, an outdoor basketball court and other programs and activities.
ANGEL YOUTH CENTER HOURS
Monday - Thursday 3:00pm - 8:30pm
Friday 3:00pm - 8:00pm (8-18 Yrs)
8:00PM -10:00 PM (13-18 yrs ONLY)
Saturday 9:00am - 8:00pm
ANGEL YOUTH CENTER
Ages 8 - 18 Years (18 must be in High School or equivalent)
Looking for something fun to do after school or on the weekend? Come to the Angel Youth Center at the Northwest Y. Activities include: homework help, ping-pong, foosball, video games, laptop check-out, board games and much more! The Center is FREE to Facility Members and open to Program Members and guests (day Pass Fee required if not a Facility Member). Special activities are held through out the year.
Y Leaders 12 - 18 Years
Y leaders is a nationally recognized YMCA teen program that provides participants with opportunities for leadership training, personal growth, service to others and social development. Teens meet on a weekly basis in small groups, working closely with their peers and adult supervisors on skill and character building activities, as well as planning and organizing projects. This program emphasizes educational success, community service and leadership development. FREE to Facility Members and $20 per month for Program Members.
GAIN A SENSE OF CONTROL
Hands on Banking
This free, fun and engaging financial program from Wells Fargo will include lessons and activities that will help guide youth through real-life scenarios, group discussions and other activities designed to teach valuable money management skills and help youth take control over their finances. The class begins January 24 and is held on Tuesdays at 5:30PM for 8 weeks. This class will be held in the Angel Youth Center Conference Room. Sign up at the Angel Youth Center.
READ, SEARCH, LEARN
Internet Scavenger Hunt
Join us in January while we use the World Wide Web to explore the information highway. This internet scavenger hunt is a fact-finding exercise where youth answer a list of questions or solve problems as they practice information seeking skills. A hunt can serve as a powerful tool to introduce the study of a new subject or to supplement the exploration of various sides of an issue.
SOCIALIZING IS GOOD FOR YOUTH HEALTH
Teen Dinner and a Movie
Teens can enjoy a movie with other teens in the comfort of the Angel Youth Center while enjoying a nice dinner. PG-13 movies are specially selected for teen audiences. And we can't forget the popcorn!
Sept-May. The 2nd Friday of Every Month at 6PM
Cost: $4.00 per teen
SPRING BREAK LIT
Leaders in Training 13 - 16 Years
Leaders in Training is designed and dedicated to building strong leaders by introducing youth to volunteer opportunities, team building, group work and career exploration field trips. Every youth must provide his/her own lunch.
Registration: Feb 13-March 12
Start/End Date: March 19-23, 9AM-4PM
Facility Member Cost: $70
Program Member Cost: $100
for Activity pricing and registration at 520.229.9001 ext 128
YOUTH & TEEN CERTIFICATION
Beginning Strength Training 9-16 Years
This is a great way for young beginners to learn the benefits of strength training with a Wellness Instructor-- Teens are shown the proper techniques and proper usage of equipment. They gain confidence meet friends and have fun.
TEEN STRENGTH CLASS
The Teen Strength Program allows teens to work out under the guidance of a coach to learn the basics of
strength training, cardiovascular conditioning and fitness area etiquette. An excellent program for teens
who wish to start an exercise routine.
Every Tuesday 5 - 6 PM, FREE for Facility Members and $8.50 for Day Pass Users (Day Pass Cost Additional).
Volleyball & Basketball Workshops, Gladiator, Dodgeball, Floor Hockey, Lasertag & Commando
Providing youth with the skills, knowledge and play strategies to reap the benfits of playing traditional, cooperative and new games that they can use to develop social skills, gain physical fitness and to have fun.
Game on! Play Hard!