On May 7, 2016, YYFAP presented its 19th (!) Talent Show to the community. This year we had a huge turnout and lots of different kinds of performances. Thanks to all for being there, and a huge thanks to the … Continue reading →
The Lions’ Club volunteered their time, cooking and cleaning skills, and building to provide 71 children (!) and their families a delicious breakfast. YYFAP provided crafts, a marvelous Santa, and a photographer for family and kids pictures. It was really … Continue reading →
We had a delightful time reading, eating, and chatting (plus saying grace to the tune of the Campbell’s Soup jingle). Many thanks to the Presbyterian church, Pastor Bob, and all the volunteers–as well as the Ladies’ Club for pie!
Especially around the holidays, it’s easy to make your money spend itself twice! How, you ask? Well, for example, we’d much prefer you spend your dollars locally, but if you need to shop via Amazon, you can nominate Yachats Youth and Family Activities Program as your charity and use AmazonSmile instead! Not only will you get your own purchases as usual, but behind the scenes a small portion will be zipping to us. 2 gifts in one! (You can do this at Fred Meyer and at Ray’s, too! Just go to their websites and nominate YYFAP as your charitable recipient.) And thank you!! ♥
Classes are geared toward 5th to 8th graders, though, upon consultation, younger and older students are welcome. Classes limited to 12 students. Classes are from 3:30pm to 5:30pm at the Newport Visual Arts Center (777 NW Beach Drive, 2nd floor). Classes include a brief tour of the Newport Visual Arts Center. Classes include snacks. Cost: $12 per class (scholarships available). $70 for all 7 sessions. Upon request, Newport-area school buses will drop students off at the VAC after school; inquire with your school.
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A passel of cute children, a table of delicious baked goods, an auditorium of laughing parents and spectators, and hopefully, a jar full of donations for art exposure at Yachats Youth and Family Programs!