RCA Underground Youth Center
Friday Nights, October 2017 – June 2018
Rowayton Community Center
Looking for a fun social opportunity for your 6th, 7th or 8th grader? The Rowayton Youth Underground is an RCA sponsored program run by parent volunteers especially for our Rowayton Middle Schoolers. It provides a safe and supervised venue where 6th, 7th & 8th graders can socialize with friends one Friday night a month, with adult chaperones. Time is from 6:30-8:30pm.
A one-time registration fee of $150 for the school year and pays for staff, special events, field trips and pizza and snacks. Local field trips off site may include My Three Sons, Skyzone and special events at the community center can include Laser Tag, Paddle Socials and Gym Game Parties. End of the year celebration is at Bayley Beach and is always a highlight. Be sure to sign up and join the fun! Deadline for registration is September 15, 2017. Underground is available for registered participants only, no prorated fees offered and no one-time guests/drop ins are allowed.
Exact dates and details TBD. First Underground will be in October and will run monthly through June
*Note: there will be no Underground during December and May months.*
To register: Deadline September 15, 2017. Pay for registry via check (made out to RCA Underground) or Pay Pal and download and complete the attached forms. Completed forms are required for children to attend. New Registration and Code of Conduct Forms must be completed and signed each year.
Mail in completed forms to:
270 Rowayton Avenue
Rowayton, CT 06853
Annual Membership Fee: $150.00
Click below to make online payment via PayPal. Cash and checks payable to RCA Underground are also accepted.
Click below to securely pay online for 2017-18 RCA Underground Season
Sponsor a friend outside of the 6th Taxing District:
Friends residing outside of Rowayton are welcome to join, but must be sponsored by a resident.
Limit one sponsor per family.
For more information please email:
6th Grade: Kelly Connell
7th Grade: Mary Cambereri
8th Grade: Carolynn Kaufman