Kids Nite Out

The Mice Do Play!

Enjoy a Saturday night out while your child has fun with us! Programs are held Saturday evenings, with dinner and activities provided.

  • Squirrel Hill:
    Kids Nite Out (PreK*-Grade 6)
  • J-Nights are held on specified weekday evenings, offering additional opportunities for children to experience new programs and unique opportunities.
  •  South Hills: Kids Nite Out (ages 3-12)
  • J Days 

Kids Nite Out: PreK-grade 6

Contact Meredith Brown, 412-697-3520

Registration is required 24 hours in advance to [email protected] or 412-697-3540

Enjoy a Saturday night out while your child has fun with us! The evening includes dinner, sports, crafts, swimming and a movie. Children will be grouped by age. When children in grades 2-6 go “out on the town,” they return to the JCC by 9 pm (transportation included). Kids in grades PreK-1 will have fun themed programming at the JCC. PreK children must be potty trained.

Typical Schedule (all times are approximate):

Kids Nite Out:
Grades PreK-1
6:00-6:15 pm: Registration opens, Free play in room 202
6:15-7 pm: Kids Choice: Swimming, Board Games, Arts and Crafts
7:15-7:40 pm: Dinner ( choice of deli meat, sun butter and jelly sandwiches, dessert, vegetables)
7:40-8:30 pm: Themed programming
8:30-10 pm: Movie
10 pm: Pick up

Pick up is required by 10 pm. However, parents can pick up at any point throughout the evening

Grades 2-6
6:00-6:30 pm: Registration opens, dinner before going “out on the town”
6:30 pm: board bus to out on the town destination
7-9 pm: Out on the Town. Places can include Zone 28, Funslides Carpet Skatepark, etc
9 pm: board bus to JCC
9:30-10 pm: Gym time or watching the end of the movie
10 pm: Pick up

Pick up is required by 10 pm.

February Kids Nite Out:

Grades 2-6:
Trip to Fun Fore All
Kids will leave the JCC at 6:30 pm and return by 9:30 pm. They will have a blast playing with their friends and
counselors. Dinner and transportation are included.

PreK-Grade 1:
Creative Chefs
Kids will become chefs for the night, making yummy no bake recipes. Dinner, swimming, and a movie are included. Children must be potty-trained.

Kids Nite Out 3-7

• Pizza and Salad Supper
• Gym
• Swim—Bring a Swimsuit and Towel
• Games
• Arts & Crafts
• Movie and a Snack

Kids Nite Out for ages 8–12

• Pizza Dinner
• Organized Sports such as Soccer, Pickleball and Splash Ball
• Manicures, Pedicures and Hair Braiding
• Movie and a Decadent Snack
Both programs take place at the same time but with separate and different activities. All children should bring a bathing suit and towel.

Registration is required by the Thursday before the program. No drop-ins will be accepted.
$35/per child ages 3–12 years old
$25/sibling ages 3–12 years old

Kids Nite Out Companion Program for Siblings ages 18-35 months
Games, crafts, gym time, snack and a movie (no swimming).

Kids Nite Out Guest Policy
A member may bring one community guest (someone whose family has never been a member of the JCC), for a fee of $40, to a Sitters on Saturday or Kids Nite Out program. A child may only attend one time as a guest. There is a limit of 5 guests per program.

For more information, contact Francinne Cicco, 412-478-4775

February Kids Nite Out:

Sleepover at the JCC
Saturday, February 17
6 pm Saturday-9 am Sunday
Ages 3-12

6-6:30 pm Flagpole Song Session
6: 30-7pm Pizza Dinner
7-7:30 pm Obstacle Course and Relay
Races in the Gym
7: 30-8:30 pm Disco Dance Party in the Pool
8:30-9 pm Ice Cream Social
9 pm Movie
10 pm Bedtime in the Social Hall—
Bring your sleeping bag
Pickup for those not sleeping
7: 30-8: 30 am Cereal and Bagels for Breakfast
9 am: Pick up

Contact Us

Related Posts

New Year, New Programs!

This New Year has escorted in some seriously cold weather. It's the perfect time for the launch of exciting new sports and recreational classes that ...
read more

It's about the oil

I'd been making latkes for many years before I finally realized something about this food tradition: Chanukah is the oil holiday - a celebration of mi...
read more

8 Nights of Light: A Chanukah Menorah Infographic

The menorah is perhaps one of the most widely recognized symbols of Jewish culture and is the centerpiece of the Chanukah celebration. But how much do...
read more

The Conversation Continues - Immigrants’ Stories, Faithful Responses

While our event on Thursday came to an end, the CONVERSATION about stran...
read more