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Business Office: Hyannis Youth & Community Center

141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis MA 02601 508.790.6345


Town of Barnstable Recreation Division

Hyannis Youth & Community Center

141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis MA 02601-3818

Phone: 508.790.6345

Pro Shop: 508.771.4148

Fax: 508.790.6279



Recreation Division Office Hours:

Monday – Friday 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Program Registration Hours:

Monday – Saturday 8:30AM – 6:30PM

HYCC Reception (Front Lobby) Hours:

Monday - Sunday 8:30AM — 9PM (subject to change)

Beach Sticker Hours: (May through Labor Day)

Monday - Saturday 9AM—4PM

Sundays & Holidays 9AM-12PM


Patricia Machado, Assistant Director . . . . . . . . .102

Michelle Arigo, Principal Division Assistant . . . . .106

Mark Boardley, Youth Center Manager . . . . . . . .116

Michelle Davies, Program Coordinator . . . . . . . .107

John Gleason, Program Coordinator . . . . . . . . . 128

Amy Harwood, Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . . . 112

Laura Kelliher, Program Assistant . . . . . . . . . . 114

Steve Madeiros, Plant Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

Scott McCarthy, Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

George Noonan, Rink Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . .104

Trisha Otto, Financial Coordinator . . . . . . . . . . 102

Kim Slezak, Division Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113

Melanie Van Kleeck, Program Coordinator . . . . .129

Scott Wiinikainen, Program Coordinator . . . . . . 127


The Barnstable Recreation Division is dedicated to providing

a comprehensive and varied program of public recreation

activities, services and resources for its citizens and visitors

at all age levels from preschool through senior citizen, for

quality use of leisure time in a productive, healthy manner.

Our programs are designed for the enjoyment of participants,

with the emphasis falling on instruction, teamwork,

and a healthy self regard. We do not place primary emphasis

on competition.

The Hyannis Youth & Community Center

is closed on the following holidays:







Joseph O’Brien, Chairperson

Clyde Takala, Vice Chairperson

Andrew Gauthier

Rene King

Kathy Pina

Dan Proto

Kevin Turner

Dr. Debra Dagwan,

Town Council Liaison


MID CAPE FARMERS MARKET – Dozens of local farmers set up their

tents in the parking lot at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center to

sell their produce. This is a great way for the community to support

their local growers and get delicious, healthy and fresh foods.

Other summer events that are planned for 2011 include concerts, hockey, skating and basketball

camps, an antique show and more!


BARNSTABLE YOUTH HOCKEY - The primary ice tenant at the HYCC. Practices, home games

and tournaments are held September-March. For more information visit


team, the IJHL 2010 Season Champions! For more information visit

HOOKED ON FISHING – A fun day of fishing at Dowse’s Beach with prizes for

the largest fish. People with developmental or physical disabilities are encouraged

to come and use our accessible fishing pier!

FAMILY FUN DAY / TOUCH-A-TRUCK – Held at the Hyannis Youth & Community

Center in September to commemorate its opening in 2009. Indoor and outdoor

activities include balloon twisting, face painting, pony rides and a barbeque.

Trucks and heavy equipment provided by local businesses and police and fire

units are a big attraction and there is always something different and new!

SKATE PARK COMPETITION (All Skill Levels and Ages) - Barnstable Skate Park’s Skate Park Competition

offers participants a chance to showcase their best tricks and runs and win great prizes

from local sponsors. The competition has in-line, BMX and skateboard categories with novice

and advanced divisions.

CAPE COD HOCKEY CLASSIC - Colgate University and USMA-West Point started the tradition last

year with their neutral site season opener. In 2011 the game will include four men’s and two

women’s teams!

NOT-SO-SCARY HALLOWEEN (All Ages) – This event takes place the Saturday before Halloween

and features a graveyard trick-or-treat hunt, pictures with a witch, food, games, prizes and

much more. Children are invited to come in costume. Location to be announced.

TURKEY SHOOT – This is a fun basketball shooting contest in November that adults and their

child enjoy together. The parent/guardian is paired up with their child in age divisions. The

team that shoots the most out of 10 foul shots wins a free turkey.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS (Michelle Davies 508.790.6345 x107)


(Ages 16+) For adults with mild to moderate special

needs. Activities vary by month and include dances, holiday

parties, shopping, bowling, movies, ceramics, bingo

and more. Transportation is available for Barnstable residents

to and from the program for a monthly fee.


Thanksgiving Dinner at the Barnstable Senior Center.



BASKETBALL FIELD TRIP – Kids enrolled in Barnstable Recreation basketball programs (Grades 4-7)

are invited to go on a bus trip with Barnstable Recreation staff members to see the action at live professional,

college or premiere high school basketball games. Past trips have included Boston Celtics,

Boston College and Basketball Hall of Fame high school tournaments.

COMMUNITY FOOD & BLOOD DRIVE - The Hyannis Youth & Community Center cares for its neighbors

and local families by collecting non-perishable food items to distribute to area food banks. We also

pair up with Cape Cod Healthcare to conduct blood drives to support the needs of our local hospitals.

3 ON 3 CHARITY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (All Ages) - Bring a team of 3 players and see how you

stack up to other teams at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center. Each player must bring 3 nonperishable

canned food items to participate with all donations going to the Saint Vincent DePaul Food

Pantry in Hyannis. Divisions are decided by grade to ensure fair play. Winning teams receive t-shirts

and other prizes.


as they show their super elite skills to coaches and scouts from all over the world! Then see the All-

Stars from previous seasons come back and play high energy hockey, just for fun!

WOMEN’S PROFESSIONAL HOCKEY - The Boston Blades face off against Toronto as members of the

Gold and Silver medal-winning Olympic teams vie for a win in the Canadian Women’s Hockey League

regular season game! Group/Team discounts are available! Call 508.790.6345 for details.


EGG-STRAVAGANZA - This great event for young families is held just before

Easter. Pre-school and kindergarten age children are invited to “hunt” for

eggs at the Barnstable Intermediate School. Meet the Bunny and Sidekick

Chick! This fun-filled day has a lot to offer including face painting, carnival

games and more!


at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center each Spring and gives the participants

in the Learn-To-Skate program a chance to show their accomplishments made during the year.

PATRIOT’S DAY RACE – This road race is for Barnstable Youths, ages 5-13. It is held at Hathaway’s

Pond on Phinney’s Lane in Hyannis on Patriot’s Day. All participants receive ribbons and the top five

runners in each age group receive trophies. There are two different routes for each group.

USTA TENNIS FESTIVAL – To kick off the tennis season

and offer professional instruction to youth players,

coaches and parents, Barnstable Recreation

teams up with the United States Tennis Association.

The partnership provides opportunities for the fastest

growing multi-generational sport to create new programs

as well as the chance for tennis instructors

across the region to learn new techniques and the

latest equipment, such as the use of smaller Quick-

Start courts that are geared toward youth players and

the physically challenged.


The Barnstable Recreation Division is committed to providing leisure opportunities to improve the

quality of life in our community through exceptional programs and services with the following

priorities in mind:

�� To adequately serve our Youth.

�� Fulfill community need.

�� Promote affordable, attractive programming.

�� Assist families in need.

�� Understand and recognize the importance of being a productive

revenue source for the Town of Barnstable.

�� Provide recreational opportunities through Town resources, such as

beaches, facilities and Golf Courses.

�� Provide equal access to all.


�� Normal registration hours are 8:30AM - 6:30PM. Monday - Saturday (unless otherwise posted).

�� Following a resident only enrollment period, and contingent on availability, programs are

open to non-resident enrollment at double the fee (unless otherwise noted).

�� All fees must be paid by CHECK, MONEY ORDER, OR CREDIT CARD ONLY made payable to the

Town of Barnstable. No cash accepted (except for HYCC memberships, public skating, beach

stickers and other special events as indicated). Non-resident registration fees are doubled.

�� Refunds are NOT ISSUED ON OR AFTER THE START DATE OF A PROGRAM. Prior to the start

date, all refunds are LESS AN ADMINISTRATIVE FEE OF $10.

�� Pre-registrations, early sign ups, mail-ins, e-mails, and faxes will not be accepted.

�� Financial aid is available to qualifying applicants. To apply, complete and submit a financial


YOU ARE CURRENTLY RECEIVING such as Sec. 8, disability, child support, etc. Financial aid

applicants must pay 50% of the program cost at the time of registration.

�� Registration is conducted on a first come, first serve basis and age/grade guidelines are

strictly observed. You may only register one household at a time.

�� Town of Barnstable/Barnstable Recreation Division is not responsible for lost or stolen property

at any of our programs.

�� All who participate in a recreation program do so at their own risk.

�� Barnstable Recreation Division follows regulations stating that participants are not allowed to

wear any jewelry while participating in sports activities.

�� Registration and financial aid forms are available at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center,

Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 6:30PM (Please note: The registration form is to be signed at

registration and witnessed by a Recreation employee).

�� The Recreation Division reserves the right to change class dates or times. We may also cancel

classes due to low enrollment or other causes beyond our control. A full refund or credit will

be issued for any program that is cancelled.


Complete details of programs, policies, procedures and guidelines are sometimes omitted because of space

limitations. Errors in days, times, registration requirements and fees may occur as well. We apologize for

any errors that may appear in the information guide, brochures, flyers, web site or other forms of communication.

Thank you for your patience and understanding when these situations arise. We appreciate your

assistance in alerting us when you see an error by calling 508.790.6345 to tell us when and where you saw

the error and we will do our best to make the correction.



This system allows members to call and make tee time requests up

to five (5) days in advance. It works on a lottery system and

places members into tee-time based on frequency of play.

Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Course: 508.420.1141

Hyannis Golf Course: 508.362.2606



Resident Annual Adult $ 850.00

Resident Annual Senior Adult (Age 80+) $ 800.00

Resident Annual Additional Family Member $ 700.00

Resident Annual Young Adult (Ages 18-25) $ 500.00

Resident Annual Junior (under 18) $ 250.00

Resident Annual Full-Time Student $ 250.00

Non-Resident Adult Annual Pass $1150.00

Resident/Non-Resident Adult Handicap $ 40.00

Resident/Non-Resident Junior Handicap $ 10.00

Resident Seasonal Drv Range (Pass holder) $ 275.00

Resident Seasonal Drv Range (Add Family) $ 225.00

Public Seasonal Drv Range $ 295.00

*Members are allowed to bring guests within member tee slots.


Resident OBFGC Hyannis GC

Jan 1–Apr 15/Oct 11-Dec 31 $30 (daily) $30 (daily)

Apr 16-May 26; Sept 6-Oct 10 $45 (daily) $40 (daily)

May 27-Sept 5 $50 (daily) $45 (daily)


Jan 1–Apr 15 $40 (daily) $35 (daily)

Apr 16 – May 26 $50 (Mo-Th) $45 (Mo-Th)

$61 (Fr-Su+Hol) $55 (Fr-Su)

May 27 – Sept 5 $61 (daily) $50 (Mo-Th)

$61 (Fr-Su)

$45 (Mid-afternoon $45 (Mid-afternoon

rate 1-4 pm, Su–Th) rate 1-4 pm, Su-Th)

Sept 6 – Oct 10 $50 (Mo-Th) $45 (Mo-Th)

$61 (Fr-Su+Hol) $61 (Fr-Su)

Oct 11 – Oct 30 $45 (daily) $40 (daily)

Oct 31 - Dec 31 $40 (daily) $35 (daily)


Twilight & Early am Back 9 Play (year round) $30 (daily)

Juniors 15 & under after Noon - Daily $25 (Noon-twilight) $20 (twilight)

½ Hour Golf Lesson $40

Reciprocal Fee (Mon-Thurs) Sept 15-Apr 15 $30


Archery: Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7 (Spring, Fall) A national program to

teach children the fundamentals of archery. The program combines proven

training techniques with lesson plans, instructor training and easy access to


Fall Outdoor Adventure Program: Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7 (Fall) A fun

and educational outdoor program for boys and girls, participants are introduced

to a variety of activities including fishing, hiking, shell fishing and ropes courses.

Field Hockey: Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7 (Fall) This eight week program will focus on the basic

skills of field hockey and game strategy. One practice and one game will be held weekly.

Flag Football: Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7 (Fall) Flag allows for a fun and competitive atmosphere

without the full contact of tackle football. Games will be played in almost any weather, and children

should dress accordingly.

Gardening & Sustenance: Grades K-7 (Summer) Teaching youngsters about organic gardening and

sustainable living using locally found natural resources. Fishing, shell fishing and cooking activities

will provide each child with tools to learn about healthy living.

Lacrosse (Girls): Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7 (Spring) An introduction

to girls’ lacrosse with weekly practices and games.

Participants will learn basic skills and rules of the game.

Run for Fun: Grades Entering 5-7 (Spring) Boys and girls

complete this program with a stronger sense of identity, a

healthier body image and an understanding of what it means

to be part of a team. The program concludes with running of

the Centerville Olde Homes 5k (3.1 miles) Road Race.

Soccer Clinics: Grades PK-8 (Winter, Spring) Kids will learn the basics and refine existing skills while

getting ready for competitive play!

Spring Sports Program: Grades 4 & 5/Grades 6 & 7

(Spring) This After-School Sports Program offers a chance

for participants to learn a variety of sports and game activities

in a fun and positive environment.

Street Hockey: Grades K-8 (Spring, Summer) The Boston

Bruins Street team visits Barnstable each year, encouraging

youths to participate and have fun while learning the basics

of the sport. A summer league takes place outside.


Dance: Ages Preschool and Up (Summer) Preschool dance, hip hop/jazz, and intro to dance

all featured during 45 minute classes held at the Beth Walsh Dance Studio in Osterville.

Gymnastics: Grades 1-8 (Spring, Summer) This program teaches the basics and is held at

Gymport Gymnastics. Floor exercises, parallel bars, horse, trampoline and balance beam are

all featured.

All program registrations take place at the Hyannis Youth & Community Center, 141 Bassett Lane.

For the most current complete listing of programs, please visit our web site at



Summer Leisure Program: Grades 1-8 (Summer) This

eight week program includes a variety of activities and

special events and is held Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am

to 4:30 pm. Activities include arts and crafts, sports,

games, swimming at local beaches as well as weekly

field trips.

Vacation Fun Program: Grades 1-5 (Spring, Winter,

Fall) This program runs during school holiday breaks in

December, February and April (does not meet on Monday).

Participants enjoy a bit of gym time, cooking, music,

movies, and fun! Bring lunch, snacks and drinks.


Bowling: Grades 4-7 (Fall, Winter) Held at Ryan Family Amusements

on Main Street in Hyannis. Two games are played each day

and an end of the season pizza party.

Clay, Crafts & Kids: Ages 4-6 (Winter, Spring) Children discover

the fun of transforming “mud pies” into their favorite mug, ice

cream bowl, clay pet or colorful pot to take home. Encourages

children to explore their creativity and expand their imagination.

A variety of artistic media are used.

Cooking Up Fun: Grade: 6 & 7 (Fall, Winter) Each session will run for six weeks and teach your child

the basic skills of cooking and baking. The children will learn how to make healthy breakfasts,

lunches, and dinners.

Dodgeball: Grades 2 & 3 (Fall, Winter) Using a soft rubberized ball and lots of supervision, this is a

great way for kids to exert extra energy!

Fencing: Grades 4-7 (Fall, Winter) Designed to introduce your child to the basic skills and proper

techniques of fencing for the first time Instructor: Jim Rose of Buzzards Bay Fencing Club.

Holiday Creative Clay: Ages 4-6 (Winter) This class offers children an opportunity to make a special

one-of-a-kind holiday ornament that makes a nice gift for a special someone.

Knitting: Grades 4 & 5 (Winter) A great introduction to the craft of knitting,

this program offers a fun-filled afternoon learning the basics skills

and techniques. A great opportunity to create homemade gifts for

friends and family!

Winter Sports Program: Grades 4-7 (Winter, Spring) This is a 10-week

program that includes a variety of winter sports activities including floor

hockey, dodge ball, whiffle ball, medic ball and other fun recreational

sports and games. Every two weeks a new activity will begin!


(both courses)

OBFGC (508-420-1141)

HGC (508-362-2606)

Small Bucket $5

Large Bucket $7

Please call ahead for range hours.


OBFGC (508-420-1141)

Hyannis GC (508-362-2606)

March 7:30am-5:00pm

April 7:00am-7:00pm

May 5:30am-7:00pm

June-Labor Day 5:30am-7:00pm

Sept 3-30 6:00am-6:00pm

October 7:00am-5:30pm

Nov-Feb 7:30am-4:00pm


Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds Golf Course

Pass Holder – 18 holes $17/rider

Pass Holder – 9 holes $ 9/rider

Pass Holder – Handicap

18 holes $13/rider

9 holes $ 8/rider

Public – 18 holes $19/rider

Public – 9 holes $10/rider

Pull Cart – 18 holes $ 4

Pull Cart – 9 holes $ 2.50

Hyannis Golf Course

Pass Holder – 18 holes $15/rider

Pass Holder – 9 holes $ 8/rider

Pass Holder – Handicap

18 holes $13/rider

9 holes $ 8/rider

Public – 18 holes $19/ride**

Public – 9 holes $10/rider**

Pull Cart – 18 holes $ 4

Pull Cart – 9 holes $ 2.50

**Hyannis Golf Course Mandatory Cart Policy

In effect April – November 1. Public carts are

are mandatory on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

No Policy for Pass holders.

Rental Clubs (both Courses)

18 holes $20

9 holes $15


Hyannis Golf Course/Olde Barnstable Fairgrounds

Director of Golf Operations

Bruce McIntyre

Director of Maintenance Operations

Merry Holway

Head Golf Professional

Lisa Peterson

Financial Supervisor

David Jones

Principal Division Assistant

Wayne Malcolm

Division Assistant

David Sheret

Division Assistant

Michael Collopy

Division Assistant


Chris White

Assistant Course


Henry O'Shaughnessey

Facilities Technician

Robert Perrault

Working Foreman

Joseph Linnell



Bill Goff

Assistant Course


Don Peterson

Facilities Technician

James Bentley

Working Foreman

Peter Gibbs



Terry Duenas, Chairperson

Mary Creighton, Vice Chairperson

Richard Aliberti

Daniel Ginther


Several sites are available to the public for rental, including ballfields, buildings and ice time. A permit is required for

use of a facility and fields. Applications are available online at

Please contact the Recreation Office for further information (508-790-6345).


Barnstable Hollow (behind Unitarian Church)

Route 6A, Barnstable

Barnstable Middle School

Rte. 28, Hyannis

Barnstable/West Barnstable Elementary I & II

Route 6, West Barnstable

Centerville I & II (Field I has dugouts)

Bay Lane, Centerville

Field of Dreams

524 Main Street, Centerville

Hyannis West I & II

West Main Street, Hyannis

Lombard Field

Route 149, West Barnstable

Marstons Mills Elementary I & II

Route 28, Marstons Mills

Osterville Elementary

Bumps River Road, Osterville

West Villages Elementary

Osterville-W Barnstable Road, Marstons Mills


Centerville Recreation Building

524 Main Street, Centerville

Hyannis Youth and Community Center

141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis

Osterville Community Building

First Avenue, Osterville

West Barnstable Community Building

Route 149, West Barnstable


Barnstable Intermediate School

Route 28, Hyannis

Hyannis West

West Main Street, Hyannis

McBarron Fields

Old Falmouth Road, Marstons Mills

St. Frances Xavier

High School Road, Hyannis

West Villages Elementary School

Osterville-West Barnstable Road, Marstons Mills


Barnstable Intermediate School

Route 28, Hyannis

Barnstable/West Barnstable Elementary School

Route 6A, Barnstable

Centerville Elementary School

Bay Lane, Centerville

Cotuit Elementary School

Old Oyster Road, Cotuit

St. Frances Xavier

High School Road, Hyannis


Adult Open Gym: Ages 18+ (Year-round)

Wednesday nights at the Hyannis Youth & Community

Center are a great time to get together with

friends in a stress-free environment for pick-up

games and fun!

Co-Ed Adult League: Ages 18+ (Year-round) This

league offers a competitive atmosphere with officials

for the serious volleyball player. The regular season runs for 12 weeks ending in a championship

round and All-Star Game. Teams consist of no more than 10 players.

Introduction: Grades 2 & 3 (Summer, Fall) This one hour, weekly clinic, focuses on the basic

skills of volleyball such as setting, passing, serving, and attacking. Participants will receive instruction

from Barnstable High School players. Sneakers are required, knee pads optional.

Junior: Grades 4 & 5 (Summer, Fall) This eight week program is designed for the players of all

skill levels. The first three weeks of the program will consists of clinics that will review the basics

of volleyball including, setting, passing, serving, and attacking. The last five weeks will

consist of games. Sneakers are required, knee pads optional.

Senior: Grades 6 & 7 (Summer, Fall) This eight week program is designed for the players of all

skill levels. The first three weeks of the program will consists of clinics that will review the basics

of volleyball including, setting, passing, serving, and attacking. The last five

weeks will consist of games. Sneakers are required, knee pads optional.

Senior Advanced: Grades 6 & 7 (Summer, Fall) This weekly program will help

your child take their volleyball skills to the next level. The program will focus on

advanced skills and strategy of volleyball. This is a great addition to the after

school volleyball program and for participants who want to challenge themselves.

Participants will receive instruction from Barnstable High School players.

Sneakers are required, knee pads optional.


Sessions at the Funbox: Grades 4-7 (Winter) This eight-week program is

held at the Funbox indoor skate park where participants can skateboard

through the winter! Barnstable Skate Park staff transport participants to the

Funbox for 2 hour sessions once a week.

Skateboard Camp: Ages 8-14 (Summer) This program is for beginners to

learn the art of skateboarding, from ramps to tricks of mastering the bowls.

Bring your own skateboard. All participants receive a t-shirt.

BMX Camp: Ages 8-14 (Summer) This program is for beginners who are interested in learning

the art of BMX ramps, tricks and bowl sessions. Bring your own bike. All participants receive a


Skate Park Tour: Ages 8-16 (Summer) This week-long program offers kids a chance to check

out other skate parks all over Cape Cod! Barnstable Skate Park staff transport participants in

Recreation van to various locations. Bring your own skateboard, pads and helmet.



Junior League: Grades K-2 Co-ed program focuses on learning the basics of baseball and teamwork.

Minor/Major League: Grades 4 & 5, 6 & 7, 8 Teaches teamwork and basic baseball skills.

Softball Leagues: Grades 2 & 3, 4 & 5, and 6 & 7 Just for girls, focusing on teamwork and basic skills.



Grades K & 1 (Winter) Teaching the proper fundamentals of basketball.

Each week consists of 1 hour of instruction on passing, shooting,

dribbling, defense, and teamwork. Hoops will be lowered to accommodate


Swimming Lessons: Ages 3 and Up/Red Cross Levels 1-6 This

popular six-week program is held at various Barnstable beaches

(times and dates vary), instructed by our Red Cross certified Water

Safety Instructors. Swim meets and carnivals are held at the end of

the session.

Lifeguard Training: Ages 15 and up This program includes CPR,

First Aid and LGT waterfront certifications. Participants who successfully

complete this program will be Red Cross certified Lifeguards! Classes meet twice per week at

Craigville Beach. Participants cannot miss any classes to complete certification.

Lifeguard (Junior): Ages 13-14 For those who complete the Red Cross swim levels 1-6 and prepares

swimmers for the lifeguard training courses. Meets twice a week for eight weeks at Craigville Beach.

Sailing Program: Ages 10-13, Extended Youth Ages 14-18 This is a six week instructional program to

learn the art of sailing. Participants must pass a Red Cross Level 5 intermediate swim test in order to


Sandy Neck Jr. Ranger Program: Ages 9-12 Sandy Neck Barrier Beach offers a six-week program for

youth who are interested in local ecology and the conservation of our natural resources.

Grades 2 & 3 (Winter) The first 6 weeks consist of 1 hour of instruction

on the skills of passing, shooting, dribbling, defense, and teamwork. The last 4 weeks consist of

team practices and scrimmages. Hoops will be lowered to accommodate players.

Basketball (Boys & Girls): Grades 4-12 (Winter) Geared toward learning the basic skills of basketball.

Weekly practices are held along with games.

Basketball Winter Skills and Drills Program: Boys and Girls Grades 4-7 (Winter) This week long program

during school vacation focuses on basic skills, fundamentals, and more reinforced through instructional

methods of coaching. Fee includes coaches and t-shirt.

Basketball League (High School): Grades 9-12 (Summer) For high school basketball teams and athletes

from any Cape Cod town who want to stay competitive in the off-season.





Rental charges for facility use will be determined according to classification. The following

groups/organizations will be given priority as follows:

�� Those local, non-profit organizations which primarily serve youth and youth groups. Examples

include Barnstable Youth Hockey Association, Civic Associations, Scouts, etc.

�� Senior citizen organization offering services to this specific group. Examples include the Retired Men’s

Bridge Club, Senior Citizens Craft Group, etc.

�� Cultural, educational or governmental institutions offering a service to the public for which no fee is

charged. Examples include AA, Civil Defense, etc.


1. An annual permit is required for user groups utilizing any facility for 9+ months in a fiscal year.

2. Fees are assigned yearly by the number of days per week a group utilizes a facility. (1 day/wk.= $400, 2

days/wk. = $800, etc.)

3. Permits are valid from July 1 st thru June 30 th unless otherwise specified on the permit.

4. When the Division requires a police detail, the incurred fees are the responsibility of the permit holder.

5. Permit length of time in the building will not exceed three hours.

6. The group leader/permit holder must be a Barnstable taxpayer/year round resident.

7. Permits will not be issued until the application has been completed, submitted, and approved by the


8. Group leaders are responsible for the facility cleanliness and the actions of the group’s participants.

Any damages caused are also the responsibility of the Group leader.

Annual Fees:

Annual Annual Annual

Non-Profit Non-Profit Not-For Profit Annual

Community w/certification w/certification w/out certification Profit Making

Buildings: No Fee Charges Fee No Fee Charges Fee

Centerville - $200 $400 $600

Osterville - $200 $400 $600

West Barnstable - $200 $400 $600

One Time Fees:

One Time Use One Time Use One Time Use

Non-Profit Non-Profit Not-For Profit One Time Use

Community w/certification w/certification w/out certification Profit Making

Buildings: No Fee Charges Fee No Fee Charges Fee

Centerville - $ 20 $ 40 $ 60

Osterville - $ 20 $ 40 $ 60

West Barnstable - $ 20 $ 40 $ 60

HYCC Shepley Rm $ 60 $100 $ 60 $100

Field Permits: One Time Use (1 Field) Seasonal Use – (10 or more times)

All Fields $30 $300

Lombard Lights $30 plus $ 25/per nite for lights

McKeon $50 plus $175/per hour for lights

HYCC Gymnasium: Please call Mark Boardley 508.790.6345 x116.

HYCC Ice Skating Rinks / Dry Floor Events: Please call George Noonan 508.790.6345 x104.

Beach/Wedding Permits: Please call Kim 508.790.6345 x113.

The Hyannis Youth and Community Center (“HYCC”) which was designed by Bargmann, Hendrie + Archetype, Inc. and constructed

by general contractor J.K. Scanlan, Company Inc. serves the Town of Barnstable’s residents and its school district’s athletic departments,

as well as those of private and charter schools, after school and weekend programs, competitive athletic organizations,

community groups and the estimated 2,500 families who reside within a one-mile radius. Situated in the heart of Cape Cod’s commercial

hub, the building is two blocks from Main Street and a 90-minute drive from Boston, MA; Newport, RI; and Provincetown,

MA. The Barnstable Municipal Airport, Hyannis Transportation Center and ferries to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are nearby.

Since opening in September 2009, the HYCC has become a major center of activity, providing programs

and special events for visitors from all over Cape Cod and beyond. Some of the events include

the Cape Cod Hockey Classic featuring Colgate University Men’s hockey team in their neutral site season

opener against West Point. The Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference partnered with the Cape

Cod Chamber of Commerce to bring 18 teams for the North East Collegiate Volleyball Association

Championship Tournament. The international 2nd Nations Cup (the first of its kind to take place in the

United States) and US Figure Skating Theatre on Ice Nationals will bring thousands of skaters from as

far away as Russia, France and Australia and teams from California, Texas, Ohio, Florida and New

England. These events bring millions of dollars in new revenue to the region during the traditional

off-season”. The facility has received accolades from local business owners and community leaders

who recognize the impact the project has made, enhancing the quality of life for regional residents and visitors.

Considered the “Jewel of Cape Cod,” and recipient of the 2011 Massachusetts Recreation and Park Association

Annual State Award in the Field of Design of Facility, the modern building and its landscaped

campus has been further accentuated by a downtown beautification effort that includes new street

lights, wider sidewalks and bicycle lanes from Route 28 to the facility.

The 105,000 sq. ft. facility offers a full pallete of multigenerational leisure activities. Friendly staff

greet members and visitors in the bright and expansive lobby, where they can access affordable programs

and low cost memberships offering after school activities in the youth center, a multi-seat computer

room, as well as integrated programs for the physically and mentally challenged.

Staff offices are spread throughout the facility providing supervision of visitors in all sections of the center. A sound and PA system

runs throughout the ADA accessible facility. The 12,500 sq. ft. air-conditioned wood floor gymnasium, adjacent to the youth center,

accommodates a competition basketball court with two full cross courts and portable seating for 500 spectators along with an elevated

three lane walking track offering daily early morning to late night activities.

The state-of-the-art “green” technology includes computerized HVAC, refrigeration and lighting control systems. State-of-the-art

low wattage lighting fixtures, motion sensing switches and variable light levels provide for energy conservation. PV solar panels

have been installed on a south facing roof and permitting for a future wind turbine were incorporated into the design and construction.

A 65 Kv cogeneration system is in the conceptual design stage awaiting funding which will further energy conservation measures

by using the heat generated by the system to provide the making of hot water for the zambonis and preheating of hot water

for the facility showers.

Two electric zambonis and indoor ice melt pit provide for maximum efficiency of operations in the twin NHL-regulation size ice

rinks. The ice on Rink 2 can be melted down leaving a concrete floor for dry floor activities. A removable event floor can be placed

over the ice in either rink for other short term non-ice events. Rink 1 has a 3,000 seat capacity with the floor. The 9 locker rooms

provide ample space for teams while the warming room has a skate rental shop and snack bar with seating, a flat screen monitor

and gas log fireplace. Security cameras, computerized door access and position switches throughout the facility aid in the operatiotion

and management of program areas. A community policing office is located off the lobby to aid in crowd management and public

safety when the facilty is under full spectator occupancy. A 75 seat café, with WiFi capability, and pro shop are leased by local

businesses. The United Cultures Resource Room and meeting rooms offer numerous amenities.

The Hyannis Youth and Community Center broke ground on January 18, 2008. The $25.6 million project was funded by a $3.5

million grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, a $1 million grant from the United States Department of Education, $1.34

million of private fundraising through the Hyannis Youth and Community Center Foundation and the balance of $18,863,283 was

from Town of Barnstable borrowing authorization and unexpended funds. Additional property was added to the site along Stevens

Street to accommodate needed parking. The building meets the requests of members of the general public and the Barnstable

Youth Commission who spoke favorably on the project which is placed by design in the area of Town with the greatest need. The

Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Memorial Skating Rink was demolished after 52 years of service to make way for additional parking at the

new facility and the completion of the attractive landscaped site which serves as the gateway to the downtown district. Center ice

of the Kennedy Skating Rink has been marked with a special granite marker. The completed project is a facility of which Barnstable

residents are extremely proud!

When the Town of Barnstable made the commitment to build the HYCC, the consensus was to establish an

enterprise account, requiring the facility to sustain its operation by generating revenue through rentals, special

ticketed events, advertising, sponsorship and resource management. The building operates under the

Community Services Department.


Based on the United States Tennis Association’s newest format for teaching

the country’s fastest growing sport, QuickStart uses a modified smaller

playing area within the traditional boundaries of existing courts, oversized

racquet and balls and a lower net to assure success for the beginner with

the philosophy that early success will create a platform for quicker transfer

to full size equipment and courts and designed for beginning players of

all ages!

Ages 5-6: The goal of this program is to help children learn how to use their racquets and

judge the flight and path of the ball using fun activities. The ultimate goal is for children to

enjoy the experience of hitting balls back and forth.

Ages 7 & 8: Moving a young player along from a simple rally to actual game play on a 36-foot

court. The rules of tennis are introduced, and players learn to keep and announce score and

call their own lines.

Ages 9 & 10: Learn the basics of a rally by using forehand and backhand ground strokes so

players can hit balls back and forth over the net with a partner after the first practice. Shot

selection and court positioning are important to introduce to this age group so players can

have fun learning and competing.

Ages 11+: Getting children to play the game as quickly as possible so they can enjoy the experience

of hitting balls back and forth over the net. Announcing the score, calling lines,

knowing the rules and court etiquette, court positioning and shot selection

are also covered.

USTA Jr. Team Tennis (Under 14 & Under 10): This six week program is

a great way to introduce your child to competition in a fun, safe, and

positive environment. One week of practices and five weeks of round

robin tournament (individual and team). The program will follow the

USTA’s QuickStart format. Participants are matched up by age and ability.


Boot Camp: All Ages (Year-round) The hardest workout

you’ll ever love! Creative, fun and motivating. No two

classes are the same! Late Spring, Summer & early Fall

classes are held at Veteran’s Beach.

Walking Club: (Year-round) Walk and track your progress!

Yoga: Adult (Summer) This program takes place on one of our beautiful beaches at sunset.

Make sure to bring a water bottle and beach towel.

Zumba: Ages 14+ (Fall, Winter) Eight week fitness class with certified Zumba instructors.

Work out to fun music with great dance moves and burn up to 1000 calies per class!

Zumba for Kids: Ages 7-13 (Fall, Winter) Learn fun dance moves to great music with your



Program Registration Hours: Monday – Saturday 8:30AM – 6:30 PM

Hyannis Youth & Community Center 141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis

*This is a partial list of the programs we offer. If you have an idea for a new program, please call us at 508.790.6345!


Babysitting Certification: Grades 6 & 7 Developed by the American Red Cross with the resources

and skills to become a responsible babysitter. Certification is given at the completion of the program.

Learn to Box: Ages 8-16 This program is designed to teach children the fundamentals of boxing in a

safe & fun environment. This is a non-contact instructional class meant to

help boost self confidence and stamina.

Toddler Programs: Ages 18 mos.-5 yrs Help your child build confidence,

coordination and positive physical habits through active play and meet

other caregivers! Professionally trained instructors will keep you and your

child moving and having fun!

ICE SKATING (Year-round)

Learn-to-Skate Clinic – Sessions I-IV: Ages 3-Adult Sanctioned by

US Figure Skating using the popular badge program which helps

participants of all ages and abilities to progress from one level to

the next with coaching by our certified skating professionals. Participants

must have their own figure skates with toe picks.

Learn-to-Skate Hockey – Sessions I & II: Ages 5-18 Two eightweek

programs run by our certified skating professionals to bring

skaters through the progressive steps for successful completion to get them ready for Learn-to-Play

Hockey Session III. Participants must have their own hockey skates.

Learn-to-Play Hockey Session III: Beginner Skaters Ages 5-18 Prerequisite: Must have participated

in either Session I or II to enter Session III. Full hockey gear is required. Practices and controlled

games are played weekly. This program is for beginners only; participants from club or youth hockey

programs are not allowed.

Adult Hockey League: Adults 40+ A Sunday night recreational hockey league for men and women.

Adult/Child Stick Time: All Ages Opportunities for skaters to work together on their skills.

Public Skating: All Ages Offered every day at the Hyannis Youth & Community

Center. Admission: $7 Adults; $5 Students; $2 Seniors. Rental

skates are available for $5. Skate sharpening is available for $5 per pair.

Rock Night: Grades 3-7 Each Friday night kids come to skate to the beat

of popular music and socialize with their friends in a safe and comfortable,

supervised atmosphere.


The TD Bank Lobby offers a large entryway

to the facility with a full service reception/box

office area and an information

kiosk that provides local maps and

retail destinations as well as recreation

program listings and registration information.

The Barnstable Police Department Community

Police Office substation ensures

youth advocacy with opportunities for

safe and fun recreational activities for

kids in all of the neighboring communities.

Funding for the room was generously

provided by The Sammy Montana

D’Olimpio Fund for Suicide Prevention.

The United Cultures Resource Room

provides resources for the citizens of

many cultural backgrounds that reside in

the Town of Barnstable.

The HYCC Pro Shop is operated by Play it

Again Sports as an annex to its popular

Iyannough Road store location. Inventory

includes athletic gear, exclusive apparel,

equipment sanitizing services and more!

The Scudder Family Café has a full-service concession stand which is managed by Ardeo’s Restaurant.

With bistro table seating overlooking the Butler Rink and free wifi service, it is a great place to pass the

time and enjoy the local flavor!

The Lyndon P. Lorusso Youth Center encompasses the portion of the facility that offers after school services

to the children of Barnstable, recreational programs for families and events that take place in and

around the facility.

The Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable Foundation

Trust Teen Center is open to all members for supervised

age appropriate play. The large and open space offers

coin-operated arcade games, free pocket pool, ping-pong

and foosball tables, lounge areas with televisions and the

Tracy Family Computer Lab, which has 8 pc stations, color

printers and software programs to accommodate the needs

of those who use it for homework projects, job searches, research

and college and/or scholarship application purposes.

After 7pm, programs are geared to more specific teenage

activities and groups who use the space for their schoolbased

clubs, social activities, games and meetings. The Center

is monitored with professional staff at all times and is

secured with membership card access.

The large Gymnasium offers six basketball hoops, removable

bleacher seating and a curtain to break the space down into

two full basketball or volleyball courts for maximum usage.

A 1/12 mile elevated Walking Track above the courts offers

a safe indoor environment.


�� Open Gym activities in the Gymnasium

�� Use of the 1/12 mile Walking Track

�� Relaxing and socializing in the Cape

Cod Five Cents Savings Bank Charitable

Foundation Trust Teen Center

�� Tools and equipment in the Tracy Family

Computer Lab

�� Participating in specialized programs

geared to foster and improve academic

and athletic excellence


Barnstable resident individual: $20

Non-resident individual: $40

Non-member visitor: $5 daily fee

Scholarships are available; please inquire

by calling 508.790.6345.

The Shepley Community Room is used for everything from business and club meetings

to private birthday parties, silent auctions and blood drives. Town departments,

athletic teams, businesses and civic organizations are among the many

groups that use the multi-purpose function room regularly. It is equipped with rolling

tables and chairs to seat up to 75, four flat screen television monitors donated by

KAM Appliances, a pull down screen and electronic services to accommodate multimedia


Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Memorial Skating Rink (85’ X 200’) is the premier component

of the facility, named for the original outdoor covered rink which stood on the site

for more than 50 years. The new rink offers year-round ice making capabilities as well

as bench seating for 1,600 for hockey and up to 3,000 for non-ice events with floor

seating. There is adequate space for media, a sound booth

and an indoor private Skybox viewing room. The Puritan Cape

Cod home team bench and the E.J. Jaxtimer, Builder scoreboard advertising are

both testaments to the generous support from community leaders.

The Patrick M. Butler Skating Rink (85’ X 200’) offers the same size ice surface

with bench seating for 275 and is next to the Kennedy Rink, separated by locker

rooms and coach’s offices at ice level and the Shepley Community Room on the

street level. Daily public skating and the popular Friday Rock Night for students in Grades 3-7 take place

here. The Scudder Family Café overlooks the expansive ice surface below.

Down the stairs from the TD Bank Main Lobby (also accessible by elevator) is the Barnstable Youth Hockey

Association Warming Room complete with a gas fireplace and circular benches which was modeled after the

old rink. Two museum quality display cases offer space for memorabilia and championship trophies.

The Robert & Suzanne Kittredge Foundation Snack Bar is an annex to Ardeo’s upstairs café space and services

the needs of the skaters, teams, coaches and other users.

The Skate Sharpening and Rental Booth is

staffed seven days a week, offering top

quality equipment and friendly trained

staff for precision sharpening and accurate

advice for beginning skaters to be sure

they get skates that fit, allowing for an

optimal experience. This is the point of

purchase for all public skating, Rock Night,

skate rentals and sharpening business at

the HYCC.

The Barnstable High School Varsity Boys’

Locker Room and the Amy Ellen McBarron

Varsity Girls’ Locker Room are two of the

nine locker rooms that offer separate boys

and girls facilities with showers, lavs, sinks

and adequate space for all their needs.

The two named rooms are larger and include

lockers for secure storage capacity.

Two more unnamed large locker rooms,

four visiting team locker rooms and the

Cape Cod Cubs locker room comprise the

remainder of the locker room facilities for

teams. Additional rooms at ice level include

three coach’s offices, a rink manager’s

office, the Barnstable Youth Hockey

Association office, a First Aid Station and

men’s and women’s officials locker rooms.


Who owns and operates the HYCC and are local tax dollars being spent to operate it?

The Town of Barnstable owns the HYCC and the Recreation Division of the Community Services Department operates

and manages the enterprise facility which operates on a separate budget from the general fund. Revenues to operate

the facility are generated from building user fees, membership fees, advertising, sponsorship, naming rights and

corporate/individual donations.

What is BYHA?

The Barnstable Youth Hockey Association is a private non-profit competitive ice hockey organization and member of

USA Hockey that rents the ice surfaces at the HYCC for their practices, games and tournaments. For more information

about the organization please visit or call 508.778.0626.

Are there any recreational hockey programs offered at the HYCC?

The Barnstable Recreation Division offers Learn-to-Skate and Learn-To-Play-Hockey programs for those who wish to

learn in a non-travel/in-house format that focuses less on the competitive nature and more on the basic skills and

understanding of the game.

Does the HYCC offer private skating lessons?

Yes. Our skating professionals offer private lessons. Please inquire at 508.790.6345 and we will ask one of our certified

professionals to contact you to arrange a schedule and discuss fees.

Who are the Cape Cod Cubs?

The Cape Cod Cubs are an International Junior Hockey League affiliate that offers a six-month competitive hockey

program for 16-19 year old boys who come from all over the world, including right here on Cape Cod. Try-outs are

held each spring and the tuition-based program offers opportunities for elite and super elite players to showcase

their talents to scouts and college coaches.

Is there a swimming pool or work-out gym in the HYCC?

No. There is a swimming pool at the YMCA in Barnstable and several work-out gyms close by in the area.

Can non-residents register for programs at the HYCC?

Non-residents may register for skating programs at the HYCC for an additional $10. Registration fees for all other

programs are doubled for non-residents to ensure that the budgeted programs are subsidized for Barnstable tax paying


When can I get my skates sharpened?

The Skate Sharpening Booth is open during various hours. Please call ahead at 508.790.6345 to check.

Are family memberships available?

No. The $20 resident / $40 non-resident membership fees were designed to ensure affordability for all.

Does the membership include public skate?

No. Public skating admission is separate.

When do beach stickers go on sale?

Beach stickers/Parking Permits are sold via mail order beginning in January. Applications are mailed to all households

that purchased a permit the previous year. Starting in early May, beach stickers are available for sale at the

HYCC seven days per week.

Can I rent the HYCC?

Yes. Please call 508.790.6345 to inquire about space availability and fees.



Parking Permit (Beach Sticker) Hours: Monday—Saturday 9AM—4PM / Sundays & Holidays 9AM-12PM

�� Lifeguards are on duty (where available) from 9 am to 5 pm every day starting in late June.

�� Restrooms are open from 9 am to 4:30 pm.

�� Gates open from 9 am to 9 pm; parking fees are collected from 9 am to 3:45 pm.

�� No beaches (including bathhouses) are staffed prior to Memorial Day weekend.

�� No alcohol is allowed on any beach, parking lot, or any other town property or facility at anytime.

�� No smoking is allowed on any beach, including the Bodfish Public Beach on Sandy Neck from May 15

through September 15 except in designated smoking areas.

�� No dogs are allowed on any beach or recreation area from May 15 through September 15.


Resident recreation parking permits (formerly known as Beach Stickers) are required to park at resident

beaches, town landings, boat ramps and ways to water. Violators may be ticketed by police. Please

note: Resident beaches are Covells, Dowses, Hamblins, Joshua’s, Loop, Lovells, Millway, and Lake

Wequaquet. Parking permits are required from Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Resident Recreation Parking Permit: Available to the vehicles registered to Barnstable resident/taxpayers

only. This does not extend to the relatives, friends or employees of resident taxpayers.

Available for purchase in January and in person 7 days per week starting in early May for a cost of $30

per permit (subject to change). Replacement permits for vehicles that have been traded in or disposed

of, cost $1. You must return the originally issued permit. Without turning in the original permit, the

cost is $30 (subject to change).

Daily Parking Tickets: $15 (Mon-Fri) and $20 (Sat, Sun, and Holidays) daily parking fee (at the six public

beaches. Public beaches are Kalmus, Sea Street, Veteran’s, Craigville, Sandy Neck and Hathaway’s ($7

Mon-Fri and $10 Sat, Sun, and Holidays).

Weekly Beach Permit: Available to anyone for $50 per 7 consecutive day period. Sold at the Hyannis

Youth & Community Center, 7 days per week starting in early May. Valid at the six public beaches. Public

beaches are: Kalmus, Sea Street, Veteran’s, Craigville, Hathaway’s, and Sandy Neck.

Landlord/Tenant Permit: For those who rent their property to multiple parties during the summer, a

laminated permit may be purchased by the property owner for $275. This permit is transferred from

tenant to tenant and is displayed on the dashboard of the tenant’s vehicle. This permit is valid at both

public and resident beaches.


Sandy Neck is a coastal barrier beach, measuring approximately 6.2 miles long and varying in width from

200 yards to one half mile. This unique conservation and recreation area is home to many rare and endangered

species. Permits are available year round at the Sandy Neck gate house or at the office of

Natural Resources for 4 wheel drive vehicles. Horseback riding, hunting, and shellfishing are permitted

in designated areas. Please call the gate house at 508-362-8300 or the Natural Resource office at 508-

790-6272 for further information regarding the daily operations at Sandy Neck.

The Parking Lots and Landscaped Gardens cover about 2 acres of the campus

at the HYCC, offering parking for 300 cars including accessible spaces

within attractively landscaped grounds with meandering walkways and colorful

gardens which are maintained by students with assistance from professional

landscapers, again offering Barnstable Youths the opportunity to gain

experience in a major industry on Cape Cod. In the summer months, the Mid

Cape Farmers Market offers fresh locally grown produce for sale from their

tented area in the parking lot and children grow their own vegetables in “The Garden” on the front lawn

of the Barnstable Community Horace Mann Public Charter School next door.

The Barnstable Skate Park is housed within an 8,000 sq. ft area offering two of the

largest outdoor concrete bowls in New England in addition to a 4,000 sq. ft. street

course as well as rental services for all your safety equipment. The park is fully

staffed with qualified and trained employees to ensure your enjoyment of our one-ofa-kind

facility. ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL USERS! Call The Barnstable Skate Park at

508.790.6271 for seasonal hours of operation. The park is closed between November

and April. Safety equipment is required!

The skate park is made up of two basic sections, the street course and the bowls.

The street course is made up of quarter pipes, a bank ramp, vert wall, a two-sided

fun box with double-sided grind rails, a roll-in, large and small mobile ramps and

boxes, grinding rails and other obstacles. There are two bowls. The larger one is ten

feet deep and the smaller one has a varied four to six foot depth with an entry ramp. The two bowls are

accessible to each other through a small gap that is a favorite of users to ollie over. Built-in steel coping

surrounds the entire bowl system.


If you are interested in advertising your business, a naming rights opportunity or memorializing a loved one at the

Hyannis Youth & Community Center, please call Amy Harwood at 508.790.6345 x112 or email





Summer Indoor Turf

Walking Track

Pro Shop

Skate Sharpen/Rentals Booth

Parking Lots

Outdoor Sign

Outdoor Walkway

Outdoor Flower Garden

Zamboni $ 7,500 2 years

Kennedy Rink

SkyBox $ 5,000 1 year

In‐Ice $ 2.750 1 year

Rink Dasher: Prime (32”x96”) $ 1,750 1 year

Rink Dasher: East End (32”x96”) $ 1,500 1 year

Wall Banner (5’x5’ or 3’x8’) $ 1,650 1 year

Dasher: South Side $ 1,000 1 year

Butler Rink

In‐Ice $ 2,000 2 years

Wall Banner (3’x8’) $ 1,500 1 year

Rink Dasher: Prime (32”x96”) $ 1,000 1 year

Rink Dasher: Ends (32”x96”) $ 750 1 year

Conference Room Glass $ 1,000 1 year

Admin Office Glass $ 1,000 1 year

Gymnasium/Walking Track

Wall Banner (6’x6’) $ 1,650 1 year

Rail Banner (32”x7’) $ 550 1 year

Community Donation (to benefit HYCC scholarship program)

Your donation will be acknowledged on our web site.


Daily parking fee is collected at the six public beaches.

Salt Water Beaches:

(Kalmus, Keyes/Sea Street, Veteran’s, Craigville, Sandy Neck)

$15 (Mon-Fri) $20 (Sat, Sun, and Holidays)

Hathaway’s Pond:

$7 (Mon-Fri) and $10 (Sat, Sun, and Holidays)


Sales Hours:

Monday—Saturday 9AM—4PM

Sundays & Holidays 9AM-12PM

Hyannis Youth & Community Center

141 Bassett Lane, Hyannis

Hathaways Pond

Millway Beach

Craigville Beach

Loop Beach

Sea Street—Keyes Beach

Kalmus Beach

Veteran’s Beach

Hamblin’s Pond

** Sites in all CAPS denote PUBLIC BEACHES (at PUBLIC

BEACHES, Resident Permits & Visitor Permits both honored,

or pay daily fee to gain access). At all other sites, you are

not able to pay a daily fee to gain access; you must have

the Resident Recreati

Resident Permits ONLY

Lifeguard Protection (9-5)

Restrooms (9am-4:30pm)

Picnic Area

Playground (Swings, etc.)

Snack Bar

Canteen Truck

Sandy Neck Beach

Lovell’s Pond

Wequaquet Lake

Joshua’s Pond

Dowse’s Beach

Covell Beach

Eugenia Fortes Beach

Shower facilities (9am-4:30pm)



Staffed Wkends Starting Memorial DayWkend

Not Staffed

Closes (no restroom or staff) Mid-August

Closes Labor Day unless short staffed

Limited Parking

Surf Chairs

Covell's Beach, Craigville Beach Rd, Centerville XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

CRAIGVILLE BEACH, Craigville Bch Rd, Centerville XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

Dow ses Beach, Wianno Ave, Osterville XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

Eugenia Fortes Beach, Marstons Ave., Hyannisport XX XX XX

Hamblins Pond, Route 149, Marstons Mills XX XX XX XX XX XX

HATHAWAYS POND, Phinneys Lane, Barnstable XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

Joshuas Pond, Tow er Hill Road, Osterville XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX


Loop Beach, Ocean Ave, Cotuit XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

Lovells Pond, New tow n Road, Marstons Mills XX XX XX XX

Millw ay Beach, Phinneys Lane, Barnstable XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

OCEAN PARK, Craigville Beach Road, Centerville A parking lot area across from Craigville Bch; Parking Permits or a daily fee reqd.




Lake Wequaquet, Shootflying Hill Road, Centerville XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX

**Please note: Beach facilities may be unavailable during inclement w eather.

Handicapped Accessible

Restrooms available daily in late June

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