Kids Nite Out

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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/Sitters on Saturday (ages 3-12)

Kids Nite Out: PreK-grade 6

Contact Meredith Brown, 412-697-3520

Registration is required 24 hours in advance to 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.

Kids Nite Out

(grades PreK-6)

Harry Potter Night
Saturday, April 22. 6-9 pm
PreK-Grade 6

The JCC will be transformed to Hogwarts for a night! Kids
will make special Harry Potter potions and edible wands,
get placed in different houses and participate in fun gym
activities. Dinner and swimming included.
$30; $25/ Clubhouse; $5/ sibling
Registration is required by April 21.
Day-of registrations will not be accepted. Participants
must be potty-trained.


Ethan Copperman, or 412-697-3540
Questions: Meredith Brown,

Up All Night
PJ Party
Saturday, May 6
6:30-9 pm.  K-Grade 6
Katz Theater, Robinson Building

$25; $10/ sibling
Wear Your PJs and Watch
“Moana” on the Big Screen
Make sand art • Make your own ice cream sundaes


Ethan Copperman, or 412-697-3540
Registration required by May 12; day-of registrations not accepted
Questions: Meredith Brown,


January 7, 2017:

Sitters on Saturday for ages 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

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

Sitters on Saturday/ 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

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