Hyannis Youth & Community Center - September 9-15

Fall program registration continues for Barnstable residents only until Wednesday, September 12th when Non-residents can begin to register for programs that still have openings.  Although most still have space available, here are a list of full programs:  Babysitting, Lego Robotics, Mountain Biking and Beginner Pickleball.  For a list of all the programs with descriptions, and to register online, please visit https://www.townofbarnstable.us/WebTrac/wbwsc/Recreation.wsc/wbsplash.html?wbp=1.  All programs are filled on a first-come, first-served basis and minimum participation requirements are needed in order for the program to run.  So please sign up for those you want to participate in early!

 

Coming up next weekend, from Friday, September 14th – Sunday, September 16th,  the Yarmouth Ice Club is hosting the US Figure Skating National Solo Dance Final Competition at the HYCC which will bring more than 500 competitors of all ages and skill levels, their coaches and families to the Hyannis area for practice and 28 competitive solo dance performances in pattern, shadow, and combined categories to thematic programs such as Swing Dance, Fox Trot, Rhythm and Blues and various Waltzes.  The weekend is sure to delight all who attend with the beautiful costumes, music and pageantry combined with artistic precision and athleticism of figure skating!  Tickets are available at the door and a complete schedule with more information about the event is available at http://www.yarmouthiceclub.org/2018-national-solo-dance-championships/

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