Youth Programs

In-Person Programs | Virtual Programs

Summer Session II: In-Person Programs

Staff and participants are required to wear masks in NSSRA programs.  If a participant is not able to wear a mask and voluntarily shows proof of being fully vaccinated, that participant is eligible to participate in programs without a mask. 

Proof of vaccination must be on record at NSSRA by the registration deadline June 11, 2021.  Proof of vaccination can be brought to the NSSRA office or emailed to registration@nssra.org.

All participants 11 and under interested in our in-person programming must have a completed Participant Assessment and 2021 Annual Information Form on file. These documents can be found online at nssra.org/forms.

To complete the Participant Assessment, please visit www.nssra.org/forms

Registration for Summer Session II programs will begin on Tuesday, June 1 at 9:00 am. A lottery will be conducted for in-person programs at 1:00 pm on Friday, June 11.

Day Program Time Age
Monday Fitness Fanatics 5:00 – 6:00 pm 12 and up Register
Monday NEW! Campfire Companions 5:00 – 6:00 pm 8 – 11 Register
Tuesday Art Exploration 5:00 – 6:00 pm 8  – 11 Register
Wednesday Gym Groupies 6:15 – 7:15 pm 12 and up Register
Thursday Horseback Riding 6:10 – 7:20 pm 12 and up Register
Thursday The Magic of Music 6:45 – 7:45 pm 12 and up Register
Friday Party Palooza 4:30 – 6:00 pm 12 – 26 Register
Saturday Saturday Social Squad 9:30 – 11:30 am 12 – 21 Register

Summer Session II: Virtual Programs

Day Program Time Age
Monday Get Up, Get Active 10:30 –  11:00 am All Register
Monday Calling All Creators 4:00 –  4:45 pm All Register
Tuesday Snack Attack 4:00 –  4:45 pm All Register
Wednesday Dance-Based Fitness 10:30 –  11:00 am All Register
Wednesday Music Makers 4:00 –  4:45 pm All Register
Thursday Music Speaks 4:00 –  4:45 pm All Register
Friday Yoga & Meditation 10:30 –  11:00 am All Register
Friday Boogie with My Buddies 7:00 –  7:30 pm All Register
Saturday Breakfast Club 10:30 –  11:15 am All Register

A few things you should know:

  • Regardless of the program, participants are always encouraged to express themselves through their chosen activity.
  • Peer interaction and appropriate social behavior are a focus during all programs.
  • Most of NSSRA’s youth programming is organized and offered by age, not ability, so programs are listed for registration by age range or grade level.
  • From time to time, programs are offered for individuals with specific disabilities in mind.

Still have some questions or can’t quite find what you’re looking for? Contact Marissa Wayne, Recreation Specialist for Youth Programs, at (847) 509-9400 x6834 or mwayne@nssra.org.