Summer Drop In Program Begins June 27th and will be available M-F until the end of the week of August 15th (last day 8/19). Ages 6-12.
This exciting programming will have your child busy with several different types of activity:
Each week participants will experience:
Arts and crafts
Various turf/outside sports like Flag Football, Soccer, Dodge-ball, Kickball and Basketball.
Various Duxbury Bay Experiences Like: Stand up paddle boarding, Kayaking, Motor Boat Riding, Sailboat Riding, Ecology and trips to Captain's Flat. (DBMS staff will provide primary supervision and will distribute life jackets and other relevant safety gear). Visits to DBMS will vary week to week and will be posted at least a week in advance. Tides govern much of our DBMS visits.
Transportation may be provided by Duxplex to DBMS but parents may be required to Drop off and Pick up directly to DBMS.
Days run 9am-4pm. Please pack lunch or provide lunch money and permission to walk to Bench Warmers or Green Light etc.
AM Block will run 9am-12noon and PM Block will run 1pm=4pm.
Payment options: Our base cost is listed at $35 per block however you may pay on line the actual relevant amount based upon your registration needs.
Option 1: $35 per block, $60 per day.
Option 2: $275 per week, $525 for two consecutive week block.
Option 3: 10 Block pass $325 and 10 Day pass $575.
Please consider contributing directly to the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund at tcjayfund.org and/or St. Jude Research Hospital stjude.org
Jay McGillis was an outstanding student athlete at Boston College and most importantly a gentleman. Please visit the Jay Fund website to learn more about Jay and this great cause.
Their mission is to help families tackle childhood cancer by providing comprehensive financial, emotional and practical support. From diagnosis to recovery and beyond, they are part of the team, allowing parents to solely focus on their child’s well being. Their goal is to BE THERE for parents facing the unthinkable so they can be there for their families.
St. Jude hospital and the Jay Fund are independent organizations and if they inspire you to donate then please visit their sites and do so directly.