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J Days

Always a Place to Go

Kids have fun at the JCC when school is not in session. J Days in Squirrel Hill are  programmed with field trips and in-house, and most days include swimming, creating and run-around time for children from PreK through grade 6.

The JCC also offers programming and care when schools are closed for snow or inclement weather. Call the JCC in Squirrel Hill at 412-521-8010 as early as 7 am to confirm. Snow JDays begin at 10 am.

Before and after care is available to extend the day.

For questions: Abbey Plumb, Clubhouse Director,
[email protected]
, 412-339-5409


J Days

9 am-4 pm

J Days are programmed with field trips or exciting activities at the JCC when school is not in session.  Activities include swimming, gym time, arts and crafts, STEM, cooking and more!  We partner with local organizations such as Little Medical School, Weird Eric Magic and Balloon Shop and Outside the Box Science to offer engaging programming for children in pre-K-grade 6.

    • All JDays cost $75 per day per child
    • No need for proof of vaccination
    • Dates are as followed:
      • January 2
      • January 3
      • January 15
      • January 25
      • January 26
      • February 19
      • SPRING BREAK: March 25-29
      • April 1

Before and After Care

8-9 am- no charge

4-6 pm- $15 (no charge for Clubhouse members)

Snow J Days

When schools are closed because of the weather, we are open! Gym time, swim time, and more available at a moment’s notice.

10 am-4 pm, $40 per day per child

Aftercare 4-6 pm, $15 (no charge for clubhouse members)

Contact Us

Abbey Plumb


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