Programs & Services

The many and varied programs and services offered by the Wyckoff Y will keep the entire family busy from dawn to dusk.

Adults & Active Older Adults

Become Inspired and Inspire Others.

Active Older Adults (AOA’s) aged 62+ are a vibrant, vital part of our community. The core of our AOA program is connection – with our staff, volunteers, members, and through multi-generational opportunities which occur on a daily basis. Be fearless and step out of your comfort zone – there is a wonderful world of adventure, affinity, health, and wellness awaiting you at the Y!

The Commons
Open Monday – Friday, 9am-4pm
The Commons – the center of the AOA universe, is a warm and welcoming gathering place for all – where acquaintances become friends and friends become family. Non-Members are welcome to join us for a weekly activity – meet the staff and get connected.

Commons Schedule Week of January 15
Commons Schedule Week of January 22

Included in your A.O.A. Membership:
Weekly “Commons” Activities
Intended to engage, inspire, educate, and most of all – to have fun!

Bridge Mon. & Thu. 11:30am
The Bull and Bear Fri. 10:30am
Canasta Wed. 12:30pm
Coffee Talk with Elaine Alt. Tue. 1pm
Color Yourself Calm Tue. 2pm
iPad & iPhone Workshop Tue. & Thu. 11am
Knit n’ Chat Thu. 12:30pm
Life Stories Wed. 1pm
Mah Jongg Mon. 1pm
Mexican Train Dominoes Fri. 12pm
Million Dollar Movie Fri. 2pm
Newies Thu. 10am
Pinochle Tue. & Thu. 2pm
Strum n’ Sing Monthly – Check Schedule
Table Tennis Mon., Wed., & Fri. 10:30am
TED Talks Tue. 10am
What’s Cooking?* Fri. 1:15pm
Y Book Club 2nd Wed., Monthly – 1pm
*Material fee applies to class. Pay with a “Commons Card” available for purchase at the Front Desk. Schedule is subject to change.

Trips and Special Events:

All Trips, Classes, and Events are non-refundable. Pre-registration is required.

LECTURE: January 24 at 1pm
“The Mexican-American War: The ‘Theft’ of the Southwest”
A First-person account with Rob Stevenson, Retired Educator, Living Historian, and Y Member. Experience history through the lens of an historical re-enactor during a period of our history that most people know very little about.
Open to the public – FREE