Mondays:
Prospect Park,
550 North Prospect Road, Ypsilanti 48197:
10 am-noon
Schooner Cove Apartments, 5050 Schooner Cove Blvd, Ypsilanti 48197:
1-2:30pm
Ypsilanti District Library-Superior Branch (Fireman’s Park), 8795 MacArthur Blvd, Superior Charter Twp 48198:
3:30-5pm

Tuesdays:
Ypsilanti District Library-Whittaker Branch, 5577 Whittaker Rd, Ypsilanti 48197:
10-11:30 am
Golfside Lake Apartments, 2345 Woodridge Way, Ypsilanti 48197:
12:30-2pm

Wednesdays:
Glencoe Hills Apartments
 2201 Glencoe Hills Dr, Ann Arbor 48108:
10-11:30am
Sauk Trail Pointe, 928 W Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti 48197:
12:30-2pm
Ypsilanti Second Baptist Church, 301 S Hamilton St, Ypsilanti 48197:
6-8pm

Fridays:
Prospect Park,
550 North Prospect Road, Ypsilanti 48197:
10 am-noon
West Willow Park, Tyler Road, Ypsilanti 48198:
1-2:30pm
Sugar Brook Park, Andrea Street 48198:
3:30-5pm

Register online at: bit.ly/YSportPort *Registration is strongly encouraged!

SportPort powered by the Y on the Fly mobile program brings the Y to YOUR community! Trained coaches offer games, activities and healthy snacks to children between the ages of 5-13 in neighborhoods, parks, churches, schools, and beyond.  Look for the Y van loaded with sports equipment, parachutes, nets, hula hoops, jump ropes, games, sidewalk chalk and other fun activities. Each  SportPort session will last 90 minutes. Parents must check in their child the first time they participate, after this, children can check themselves in. Join us! Please note, in case of inclement weather (thunder, lightening, heavy rain) SportPort will be cancelled. Questions? Please contact Jermaine Wells at jwells@annarborymca.org

Please note due to health and safety precautions, we will have limited participation capacity.  Registration is encouraged so that we can plan for appropriate numbers! Register online at: bit.ly/YSportPort  and download our liability waiver here.

Project Play: Southeast Michigan is supporting the establishment and operation of the pilot program SportPort, a sports equipment sharing program in southeast Michigan. Through both stationary and mobile partners throughout the region, SportPort provides access to equipment for sports, such as baseball, basketball, tennis, hockey and more. We want to put sports equipment into the hands of kids, so they can play outside while sampling a variety of sports. We are proud to work with the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation on this critical program. You can learn more about Project Play online at www.projectplaysemi.org.