What is the YMCA Y-Tribes Princess Program?
A father-daughter / mother-daughter* program designed to give parents and daughters an opportunity to spend time together doing fun and meaningful activities, and to get to know other parents and daughters who share your interests. Daughters from K through 3rd grade are welcomed.
What is the Polaris Council?
Sponsored by the YMCA of Central Ohio, the Polaris Council is made up of Princess tribes from: Clintonville, Delaware, Dublin, Lewis Center, Marysville, New Albany, Powell, Sunbury, Upper Arlington, Westerville, and Worthington.
What kinds of things will we be doing?
First you will join a tribe, or small group of parents and daughters from your neighborhood or school. Many of your activities will be in this small group, and others will be with a larger group of 5-10 tribes. Here's a partial list of the fun things you can do:
How much does it cost?
Each year there is a small fee charged by the YMCA, usually about $15 per person. Additionally, members are encouraged to purchase a vest (about $20 each) to display patches given for participation in activities. Vests are worn at campouts and other activities. Finally, charges are assessed for the activities that you and your daughter(s) attend - the fees charged simply cover the costs of the activity.
Why should we do this?
How can I learn more about Y-Tribes?
You can visit YMCA Wesbiste at http://ymcacolumbus.org/y-tribes or contact us directly using the following email link:
If you are ready to join or want to speak to someone about the program, then email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Polaris Council welcomes and encourages mother-daughter participation. However, there is not currently an active mother-daughter tribe. If you are interested in joining Polaris Council and starting a mother-daughter tribe, please use the email link above to contact us.