Parent's Day Out is a program for children ages 3-5 to engage in social interaction with other children their age while giving parents the opportunity to attend to everyday tasks. Each day there will be open play, age-appropriate activities, crafts and snack
Lunch and Learn Series brought to you by North Kansas City Hospital: Live A Quality Life with Alzheimer’s. Jeffrey W. Thornton, MD, talks about the latest treatment options, information on benefits of speech/language therapy and a new NKCH support program. FREE; lunch provided.
Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker, by Jennifer Chiaverini. This compelling historical novel unveils the private lives of Abraham and Mary Lincoln through the perspective of the First Lady’s most trusted confidante and friend, her dressmaker. Meet in the classroom area at the Olathe Y.
Join your YMCA friends for a great show. Price includes ticket and staff escort. Transportation is on your own. The Taffetas - Take a nostalgic romp through the 50's with The Taffetas, a quartet of sisters who pay tribute to the songs in our memories - Mr. Sandman, Johnny Angel, Sh-Boom, Where the Boys Are, Dedicated to the One I Love, and many more! The girls are determined to star on national television, and you?ll enjoy being a part of their studio audience! They?ll knock your bobby socks off. Be there or be square! (Rated G)
Join in on the fun! Participants will learn basic Pom dance techniques and routines, in a fun safe atmosphere. Each student will receive a t-shirt. Participants will also have opportunities to perform at YMCA events and a showcase.
For more information, visit the Welcome Center or call 816.923.5675.
Come enjoy a live band and dance with friends. Bring a snack to share.
Join us on a fun shopping trip to the Holiday Boutique at the Overland Park Convention Center. There will be more than 200 booths to purchase holiday-themed gifts, food and personal items for
you and others. The group will carpool for those who want to shop longer. $14 at the door. Please register at the Welcome Center.
Bring your crafts (needlework, etc.) to work on while enjoying the companionship of fellow crafters. Register to attend on the AOA Bulletin Board.
Gain the skills to save a life in American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. In this course for ages 16 and older, learn how to keep people safe in and around the pool. The comprehensive course offers up-to-date information on how to guard by anticipating and preventing problems before they occur and how to take action to help those in danger when necessary. The course includes accident prevention, guarding techniques, pool management and even more safety skills.