Notices for Friday, May 27

The Center will be closed on Monday, May 30th in observation of Memorial Day.

Looking for Summer Programs? Summer schedules and registration for Make a Mess and Digital Media classes will be available June 1st. 

Summer registration for aquatics is available now. Visit here for information.

Our Spring Semester continues until June 28th, and our Summer Schedule officially begins June 29th.  Summer center programs will include MY Circus, Storytime Art and Little Literacy, all included with Membership. Join today and spend your summer with us!

Fri, May 27, 2016
AM
7:30
Lap Swim (Ends at 9:30AM)
8:40
Pre-School Prep (2 years old)
9:00
Family Swim (Ends at 12:00PM)
9:30
Songs for Seeds (6 Mths - 5 Yrs)
9:30
MY Clubhouse (Ends at 2:30 PM)
9:30
MY Tumble Tots (12 - 17 Mths)
9:30
MY Lounge (Ends at 2:30 PM)
10:00
Art w/ Alisa (2 - 4 Yrs)
10:00
Storytime
10:05
MY Tumble Tots (18 - 23 Mths)
10:15
Preschool Prep (3 Yrs)
10:50
MY Tumble Tots (2 - 3 Yrs)
11:00
Art w/ Alisa (18 - 23 Mths)
11:00
Animal Hour (Ends at 12PM)
11:00
Bubble Babies (6 Mths - 2 Yrs)
11:00
Storytime
11:30
Lunchtime Lap Swim (Ends at 12:30 PM)
11:35
MY Tumble Tots (2 - 3 Yrs)
PM
12:20
MY Tumble Tots (12 Mths - 4 Yrs)
12:30
Senior Yoga
6:00
Friday Night at the Center 1-3 Grade (Ends at 9PM)
6:00
Friday Night at the Center 4-8 Grade (Ends at 9PM)
6:30
Family Swim (Ends at 8:30PM)
6:45
Beginner Swim Class
6:45
Intermediate Swim Class
7:30
Lap Swim (Ends at 8:30 PM)

Your gift helps us provide nearly $500,000 assistance to children and families, plus $500,000 in free programs. Donate now!

Check out our Spring Center Schedule. Registration is open for Spring Swim Lessons as well as Spring Center Registration Classes.

Registration is now open for Downtown Day Camps!
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Grades 1-8 are invited to join us Friday evenings for a weekly rotating series of activities and themed events. Join Us!

Register for Downtown Day Camps!

Registration is now open for Downtown Day Camps, so sign up today!

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Check here to plan your day!

There's something for everyone at the center, check out our daily activities for all ages!

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Have you checked out our Sponsors?

We Care for our community at Manhattan Youth, and we are grateful for our donors and sponsors who partner with us to offer our community programming that is of the highest quality while being affordable or free of charge.

Check out our Donors & Sponsors Here »

 

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VEGETARIAN SUSHIS
May 10, 2016
Sushi was first created in Southeast Asia. At it's inception, it was a piece of fermented fish wrapped in sour rice. The seasoned rice was used to preserve the fish. The dish spread to China, and eventually to Japan, where the version we know originated. They began as cheap fast food, because it was essentially a quick snack to eat with your hands. Traditionally, only sashimi, which is raw slices of fish, is eaten with chopsticks.
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Baker’s Blog — Soft Caramels and Hard Candies
May 13, 2016
Caramel is sugar that has been cooked until it turns golden. There are 2 methods to caramelizing sugar, the wet method, and the dry method. In the wet method, the sugar is first combined with water and boiled to make syrup. In the dry method, the sugar is melted in a dry pan. Hard candy is simply a flavored (colored) syrup boiled until brittle. You can cut them out into shapes and colored to your taste.
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This Week at the Center – a photo slideshow
May 12, 2016

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