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Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association. Central Queens.
Also Known As:Central Queens YM-YWHA
Address:67-09 108th St. Forest Hills NY 11375
World Wide Web: http://www.cqyjcc.org
Description:The Central Queens YM & YWHA is a non-profit Jewish community center offering recreational, educational, cultural and social services to enhance the quality of life in the central Queens community. Services include: health & fitness center, programs that reflect Jewish traditions and values, parenting center, nursery school and Kids' Korner after-school center, day camps, sleep-away camp, teen and teen leadership programs, activities for older adults, art classes, adult education classes and cultural programs.
Hours:Sun, 8 am - 6:45 pm; Mon - Thurs, 9:00 am - 9:45 pm; Fri, in spring, summer, and early fall: 9 -5; late fall.
Eligibility Requirements:No restrictions.
Admission Requirements/Documents:Prospective members must present certain documents at the time of registration as proof of their membership category. For family membership: provide birth certificates for all children. Married couples must present their marriage certificate. Single-parent families must document their status. Senior adults and teens provide proof of age. Out-of-town college students must present their college ID card.
Fees/Methods of Payment:Annual fees from $130 to $450. Private pay accepted.
Access for People with Disabilities:"There is a graduated access ramp in the rear of the Y building (67th Ave. side). Its door is open until 5 PM daily. For access after 5 PM, please ring the doorbell at the entrance to the ramp. The elevator and all women's and men's rooms are accessible to people with physical challenges."
Services Offered:Recreational / Leisure / Arts Instruction, Recreational Activities, Recreational Facilities,
Target Groups(By Need):Children, Families, Older Adults, Parents, Women, Youth,