THIS IS NO LONGER ACCURATE; THIS SITE IS NOW THE KELLY CULLEN COMMUNITY OPERATED BY TNDC AND THE NEW SITE FOR THE TOM WADDELL URBAN HEALTH CLINIC
|Central YMCA of San Francisco|
|Address||220 Golden Gate (at Leavenworth), 94102|
220 Golden Gate (at Leavenworth), 94102
Senior activities include water exercise classes, fitness classes, chair exercise, Tai Chi and meditation sessions, lap swims and day hikes, lectures and workshops, discount event tickets, language classes, parties and social events, weight room, personal fitness evaluation, and rooftop garden activities.
Membership fee for full facility use. A joining fee is required for new members.
Senior Basic Membership is required for activities other than fitness facility use. This includes numerous outings, social events, workshops, games and other activities
M-F: 6am-10pm: Sat, 9am-10pm: Sun, 9am-7pm
For children ages 10 - 18, provides an all day program during summer and an after-school program during the rest of the year (M-F: 3pm-8pm). Weekends. Cost: sliding scale. 90% of kids on scholarship.
Offers programs which combine homework study, tutoring, health and nutrition, creative arts, sports, and field trips to stimulate multicultural friendship and discover undeveloped talents for 12 to 18 year olds.
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Central YMCA of San Francisco - B 220 Golden Gate, 94102 415-885-0460 415-885-5439 (Fax) M–F: 8 a.m.–9 p.m.; Youth Program Hours: Sat., 2 p.m.–8 p.m.; Sun., 1 p.m.–7 p.m.
The Youth Center offers programs which combine homework study, tutoring, health and nutrition, creative arts, sports, and field trips to stimulate multicultural friendships and to discover undeveloped talents for 12-18-year-olds.