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Dodge YMCA

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Dodge YMCA

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  • Iso: feedback on ymca summer camp

    We sent our daughters to the Dodge Y camp several years ago. I pulled them out when I walked in on a counselor berating one the kids in a really vicious way, while the other campers and counselors stood in a circle and watched (I was dropping off a bathing suit my daughter had left at home and no one was expecting me to walk in the room). In my experience, the counselors are untrained and often wildly inappropriate. I would not send my kids back.
  • Swimming class?

    We did swim classes at the Dodge YMCA pre-pandemic, and liked it!
  • weekend swim classes for 1-2 year olds

    We did the kiddo swim classes at the Bed Stuy YMCA and loved them. The Dodge Y also has great programs.
  • INDOOR PLAY SPACES

    The Dodge Y (on Atlantic and Court Street/Boerum Place) has Toddler Time a couple of mornings a week that is fun (free for family-level members) and a number of toddler classes. (October 2019)
  • Class recs?

    Probably the best thing we've done together was a swim class at a YMCA (we did it at the Dodge location - also live in Prospect Heights) on Wednesdays - they have a Friday class, too. (September 2019)
  • ISO Swim Lessons for infant

    Both Dodge and Bed-Stuy YMCAs have great swim lessons for all ages. We've been taking our daughter since she was about a year old; now she's a little fish.
  • swim classes?

    We did the YMCA classes on Atlantic Ave and Court Street which may be a little far for you, but it was good!
  • Review from the 2017 PSP Summer Camp Survey

    The regular day camp was boring and basic. They rarely even went outside. They were not good. The science camp was more fun but again they didn't go outside very much. They were not vigilant about food allergies at all. They served PBJ sandwiches even though I was assured camp was nut free. I would not reenroll my child there. If you could change anything, what would it be? More outside time. Age of child: 9 Based on a Summer 2017 experience

 

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