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Sugaw Creek Recreation Center
943 West Sugar Creek Road. Charlotte, NC 28213

 

 Features & Amenities:
 
  • Gymnasium
  • Stage
  • Multi-Purpose Rooms
  • Kitchen

 

 
Phone: 704-336-7655     Fax: 704-336-7656
 
 
 
Available for Rent:
  • Multi-Purpose Rooms: $31 per hour or $62 for both. 
  • Gymnasium: $51 per hour.

 Multi-Purpose Room 2
 
 
Youth & Teen Programs
  • Girl Scouts: Brownie Troop 2462, Bi-weekly Saturdays 10:30 am - Noon. Please inquire about specific meeting dates.
  • Teens in Action:  A girls only club that discusses topics about school, life and recreation. Bi-weekly Saturdays 10:30 am.
  • Jump Rope Extreme: Tuesdays 6:30 pm. This programs goal is to motivate and encourage youth to use jump ropes for sport, cross training, fitness, weight loss, and recreational jump rope as a way of life.
  • Ray Play: Tuesdays @ 10:00 am. Your child can make new friends and play with a variety of interactive, age-appropriate games and activities. Parental participation required.
  • Girls For Change: Wednesdays 6:00 pm. Young ladies will meet to discuss social issues and learn better socialization techniques to boost their confidence and self esteem.
  • S.N.A.G   Golf: Starting new at golf is an introductory golf program that is open to beginners of all ages. Sessions will be help on Wednesdays @ 4:00 pm April 2-May 28th. Free to all ages!
  • ITZO's Tech Pilot Program: Addressing the educational and technological needs of children of the 21st Century.  This program will prepare early high school students for the future world of Information Technology including but not limited to project management, IT training, mobile tech support and information Security. *Personal laptop or tablet required. Ages 13-17. Select Sunday Dates. 1:00 pm.
  • Cross Country for Youth Nutrition Class: Nutritional and diet ecucation sessions through the Cross County for Youth Program.  Monday and Wednesdays 5:00-6:00 pm.

 

 Adult & Senior Programs

  • Young At Heart Senior Club: Allowing senior citizens to have the opportunity for continued leadership. Also, to have active and useful participation in community affairs. The club also takes day trips weekly. First and third Thursdays of each month at 11:00 am.  
   Winter/Spring Open Gym Hours:
 
         Monday-Thursday    3:00 pm-5:00 pm    
 
 
 

Upcoming Special Events

NCAA Student Athlete Seminar: Thursday April 17th 6:00 pm.

MLB Pitch, Hit and Run competition: Sunday April 26th 10:00am-2pm.

Cross Country For Youth Track and Field Meets:

March 29

April 5

April 13

April 26

May 3

May 4  Banquet.

 

 

Summer Camp:

Youth Baseball Camp:  This camp will run half day from 9:00 am-1:00 pm.  $25.00 per week.  You will need to provide your own lunch/snacks. Also equipment is limited, bring your own gloves, cleats and bats!

 

Sugaw Creek Junior Tennis Summer Camp:

June 16 - August 22

$15 Registration Fee

$125 per week/ Full Day ( Mon-Fri 8am-5pm)

$75 per week/Full Day ( Mon-Fri 8am-1pm)

 

                         

 

Upcoming Registration Note: Fall Sports ( Youth Flag Football & Soccer ) Registration July 1-31.   

 

Volunteer Coaches Needed for youth sports

Volunteer Coaches Enroll Here 

 

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Young at Heart Seniors Club

 

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Summer Baseball Camp

 

 

 


 

Registration

 

Sugaw Creek Recreation Center offers ongoing programs for all ages.

Go to Eparks to sign up for one of our many programs or visit the Recreation Center. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our mission
YWCA Central Carolinas is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

Our vision 
The YWCA Central Carolinas will be the community's leading nonprofit agency for empowering women, strengthening youth and families and working toward racial justice.

 

Ages of children served are 5-12

Grades K-5.

No cost if qualified

 

YWCA's Youth Learning Centers: where children are safe and learning is fun!



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