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Drop-In Care

Ages 6-12

Parents can have peace of mind while they enjoy the J, knowing their children are supervised and entertained in our drop-in childcare centers, J Play and Club J. Both are conveniently located right outside our Fitness Center and J Spa.

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J Play is open to children ages 6 weeks – 5 years old and includes a reading corner, play-mobiles, playground equipment, tumbling mats, blocks, and other interactive toys.

Club J is open to children ages 5 – 12 years old and features air hockey, Nintendo Switch and Playstation video games, arts and crafts, and games for older children.

Parents and guardians must be in the building at all times while their child is in J Play/Club J.

Hours & Fees

J Play Hours

Drop-In Care for infants – age 5

  • Monday – Friday: 8:15am – 1:15pm
  • Monday – Thursday: 4 – 7pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 2:15pm


Club J Hours

Drop-In Care for ages 5 – 12

  • Monday – Thursday: 4 – 7pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 8am – 2:15pm


Monthly Fee Option

Unlimited usage of J Play and/or Club J for the month for J Member families.

  • $35/month – 1 child
  • $55/month – 2 children
  • $65/month – 3 children
  • No charge for each additional child
Hourly Fee Option
  • $4/hour per Member Child

Hourly usage is charged as a minimum of 1 hour per visit per child. After the first hour, fees are charged by 15-minute increments. 

Unaccompanied Youth Policy

Members ages 13 years and older are permitted to be in the JCC facilities without parental or adult supervision, and all group exercise classes are free for members age 16+. Members ages 10-12 years do not need to be accompanied in the JCC facilities (with the exception of the Fitness Center) as long as a parent/guardian is on the JCC premises. Each child must display his/her membership card at all times.

Unaccompanied youth are expected to display appropriate behavior: consideration of others, respect for the facility, and utilization of appropriate language at all times. If a child, 10 years of age or older, is not behaving in a respectful manner (as deemed by the JCC staff), a JCC staff member will contact his/her parent or guardian and ask them to promptly collect their child. Some examples of unacceptable behaviors include: destruction of property, excessive running through the halls, failure to follow JCC staff directives, rowdiness, and use of foul language.

If a child is sent home, JCC privileges may be suspended until a meeting is convened with the parent or guardian.

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