Accepting Applications
for Facilitators
Click HERE for details

for Junior Youth Workers
Click HERE for details


Saunders Farm Outing

We are considering going to Saunders Farm next month.
If you think you are interested in going, please give us your opinion through this survey



Watson’s Mill seeking volunteers

Haunt Nights are coming up soon and Watson’s Mill is seeking volunteers to bring the Haunt to “life”

Haunt Nights Volunteer Guidelines


Monthly Pre-Teen Nights

Registration is now OPEN

Click HERE to register


 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.

Our Mission
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.


 D R O P – I N
for youth age 12-17 years

This Week at YOMA

Indoor Outdoor Games Night

Change of plans!  The drone racers had to postpone their visit to YOMA so we are changing the theme.  We hope to reschedule the drones soon!

7:00 – 9:30 pm
Manotick United Church
5567 Manotick Main Street

  Drop-In Rules




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Latest News

  • Scott Moffatt Golf4Youth Classic

    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

  • Shiverfest Bake Sale

    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,

  • 2016 A Busy Summer

    We had a great summer at YOMA with lots of fun activities in the community.  We had our annual barbecue lunch for some our friends at ROSSS.  The heat that day sent us all indoors and the Legion was able to help us out with a location.  We had a