Basketball practices are either held at the branch and/or an off-site campus. One weeknight practice per week determined by the availability of the volunteer head coach and the YMCA. Date and Times to be announced. Game Locations: Grand Prairie Family YMCA and other offsite locations Game Day: Games will be played Saturdays. Other game days are Fridays and Sundays, if needed.
GRAND PRAIRIE FAMILY YMCA. 4556 S. Carrier Pkwy. Grand Prairie, TX 75052. United States. 972-642-9632. Today: Branch Hours. 7 AM - 5 PM. View all hours.
at Grand Prairie Family YMCA. The YMCA Youth Sports philosophy is to allow kids to participate in a noncompetitive program with an emphasis on fun, development of character, and fair play. We believe our youth sports programs helps families and individuals grow personally, clarify values, improve relationships, appreciate diversity, develop leadership skills and most of all, have fun!
4th/5th Grade Basketball (Grand Prairie YMCA Youth Basketball Winter) Schedule. Saturday January 23 2021. 8 (H) Ray 5th . 7 (A) Hull 5th. 12:30 PM to 1:20 PM.
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The focus of our TBall league is to have fun, meet new friends and play in a non-competitive environment. Y TBall is designed to teach young players the fundamentals of the game. Players will learn how to catch, throw and bat off of a Tee in a fun team atmosphere.
SUMMER CAMPS. Overnight, day or specialty camps at the Y share one thing: they’re about discovery. Kids have the opportunity to explore nature, find new talents, try new activities, gain independence, and make lasting friendships and memories. And, of course, it’s fun too. At the Y, there's a camp for everyone.
Basketball was invented in 1891. While teaching at the International YMCA Training School, James Naismith was given the challenge of creating a game that could be played indoors during the cold winter months. Hanging simple peach baskets and using a soccer ball, Naismith created the game of basketball and wrote the first 13 rules of the game.