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Diwali is a popular festival of Hinduism celebrated between November 12th to November 16th with the main day on November 14th. Diwali is a “festival of lights” which celebrates the triumph of light over a dark and good over evil. The festival gets its name from the row (avail) of clay lamps (deepa) which are lit outside of households symbolizes “the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.”
It's important to celebrate as a community, for occasions big and small! Join us in Dia De Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations, from October 31st through November 2nd. Wether you are using one of our family fun activities, or celebrating in your own way, share your joy with us by posting online, with #YDCelebrates.
Pumpkin Carving
To protect yourself and loved ones during halloween festivities this year, follow these guidelines provided by the state and county health officers.

Your Place to Belong

YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a unique set of programs and services at our health and wellness facilities throughout the Bay Area ranging from Redwood City to Morgan Hill. We also offer a wilderness resident camp in the Redwoods at YMCA Camp Campbell and Before and After School Programs at multiple school campuses.

Find the location best for you, and schedule a tour with our welcoming staff and volunteers.



Programs For Everyone

YMCA of Silicon Valley offers a variety of programs, services, and initiatives that enable kids to realize their potential, provide ways for families to have fun together, and empower people to live healthier lives.

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