YOMA Community! We need your help to assist Manotick Art Association with setup and cleanup for their Spring Show. Please set aside an hour of your time on
Thursday, April 12 6:45 – 7 45 pm and and Sunday April 15 4:45 – 5:45 pm
Registration is OPEN
for the next Pre-Teen Night on April 27
the theme is
Mexican Fiesta Night
A Night with Pitch (im)Perfect
Tuesday, April 17
7:00 – 9:30 pm
Youth of Manotick Association (YOMA)
is a registered, not-for-profit organization serving the rural area south of Ottawa.
YOMA offers regular Drop-Ins for youth age 12-17 years
and intend to introduce a new program for 8-12 year olds this fall
Most everything we offer is free of charge thanks to donations, fundraising and grants.
YOMA is dedicated to providing a safe, inclusive and socially accepting environment to help support local area youth build positive relationships, to experience new opportunities and to connect them to their community.
This Week at YOMA
for youth age 12-17 years
7:00 – 9:30 pm
Manotick Arena, second floor
5572 Dr Leach Drive, Manotick
Friday the 13th Superstition Night
What superstitions do you have? Let’s find out.
Bring your friends!
After the fire and during the renovations at the Manotick Arena, YOMA moved to Manotick United Church for a year. We are so grateful to the church for giving us a home during that time. On March 2 we returned to the newly renovated and expanded Arena. Our first Drop-In
On July 7, during National Take a Kid to the Course Week, YOMA and Richmond Youth Centre held our first Scott Moffatt Golf4Youth Classic presented this year by Caivan Communities. It was a hot, humid day at Canadian Golf and Country Club but the golfers, both youth and adult, had
The YOMA youth salesperson extraordinaire, Reese, made sure that the Bake Sale table was a near sellout. Thank you to the staff at RBC and to all of the YOMA families who baked and donated items for the sale. There may have been a fire at the Arena, but MVCA,