Youth Ministry

SOYP2018- SUMMER OUTDOOR YOUTH PROGRAM

All, are welcome! Six Wild Wednesday Nights throughout July and August 6:30PM-930PM.

Fun and Food for the whole family, all are welcome, from toddlers through High School.

*Cost is only $5.00 per night or $25 for the entire summer.

Themed Weeks, with rides and food every week! *Parents come in free with child.

*Family of more than 2 kids, additional gets in for $10 for the summer or only $3 for single night.

*Youth under 10 years must have adult to stay on premise, older can be dropped and picked up!

Tentative Schedule (Program is subject to change and if rain indoor movie)

JULY 11th       Soyp FORTNITE Summer Kick off Kickoff– BBQ- hotdogs/hamburgers, Games, Fortnite Games- Nerf and on Giant Screen,  Rides, Talent Show, DJ-Perfect Entertainment, Eating Contest-Pie Eating, Possible Gaming Truck

JULY 25th Water Night – Water Slides, Water Games, Watermelon, Italian Ices, and other cool treats, Karaoke and basketball torn, DJ-Perfect Entertainment

AUGUST 1st Sports Night– Horse races, , Rides , Minute to Win it Games, Candy, Popcorn, , DJ-Perfect Entertainment, Free Throw Competition, Hotdogs, Relay Races and More

 AUGUST 15th Marvel and Comic Book Night Carnival Games, Pizza and Popcorn, Captain Underpants, Frozen Underwear competition, Interactive Games

AUGUST 22ND Disney Night- Disney Games, Disney Sing Along, Disney Character Visits, Disney Film Clips, Costume Contest, Special Guest, Breakfast with Minnie and Mickey Mouse

AUGUST  29th International  NIGHT– Pasta, Tacos and other international food, Pinata ,Pony Rides, Cooking Contest,  Rides, Games, DJ-Perfect Entertainment, Spanish- Marachi Band and Italian Music.

For more information, pre-registration, question, volunteers, or ideas text/call 718490469 email BrooklynUTmin@gmail.com or become friends on Facebook at Bensonhurst Cluster Youth Ministry. You can register ls at the gate on the first night or any night.

Program is supported and supplemented by the Parishes of St Athanasius, St Dominic’s and St Mary, Mother of Jesus, as well as by the Catholic Foundation of Diocese of Brooklyn and through the Grant from the Generations of Faith.