2800 E. Vista Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
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407.938.0680

Membership Director

nbucher@cfymca.org

Walt Disney World® Resort LBV YMCA Family Center

The purpose of the Central Florida YMCA Family Centers at the Walt Disney World® Resort is to improve lives of Central Floridians by connecting individuals, families, and communities with opportunities based on values that strengthen Spirit, Mind and Body.  The  Central Florida YMCA Family Centers at the Walt Disney World® Resort will achieve this by providing high quality, flexible and affordable child development services, enhancing work and family life and building a strong sense of community.

Click here to go to the Sherberth YMCA location.


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    Primary Care
    Regular care of at least 1 day per week
    Disney Cast availability is Sunday - Saturday, 6 am - 11 pm
    Public availability is Monday - Friday, 4 pm - 11 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 6 am - 11 pm

    Back-up Care
    "Just-in-time" care for 15 days per year
    Disney Cast availability only

    Club Y (School Age Care)
    After school, weekends, school holidays, and summer care

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Nutrition Corner: Seeds, Seeds Everywhere!

Monday, May 4th, 2015

NUTRITION CORNER WITH GARY APPLESIES, DIRECTOR OF HEALTHY EATING I love seeds. Do you? As I was preparing my breakfast this morning, I sprinkled a teaspoon of hemp and chia seeds to my Greek yogurt and strawberries. Yum! Not only did the seeds add a nice, nutty flavor and texture, but they are little powerhouses in the nutrition department. That made me started thinking about how many varieties there are of seeds and how easy they are to add to our diets. For those of you who know me, you

A Healthy Family Home

Friday, June 6th, 2014

TIPS, TOOLS AND ACTIVITY Have fun with the family and 'Roll with It' this month. To play this game, you will need dice, a pencil and a piece of paper. Number the paper from 1-6. Next to each number, write down a physical activity and the number of times the activity should be performed (i.e. twenty jumping jacks). Your list could look something like this: 1.            Twenty jumping jacks 2.            Five squats 3.            Six star jumps 4. 

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