Indian Princesses

Y Princesses


The Purpose:


The purpose of the Y Princess Program is to foster understanding and companionship between father and daughter.


"Friends Always"

The slogan "Friends Always" does not mean that father and daughter relate to each other as equals, such as two girls who are friends. Rather, it means that father and daughter have a close, enduring relationship in which there is communication, understanding and companionship. The Y Princess Program encourages such a relationship by providing a means for father and daughter to share enjoyable experiences, to observe and learn about one another and to develop mutual respect.


The Program:

What is the Y Princess program?
The program has a long history of providing elementary school age girls and their dads with opportunities for fun times, learning, and mutual understanding.

Y Princess programs are for dads who want quality, planned, one-on-one time with their daughters. Membership in the Princess Program is open to every father with a daughter K to sixth grade.

Participation in activities by both father and daughter is a vital part of Y Princess. Father and daughter share in games, crafts, outings and campouts. The parent observes his child's relationship in the group, and sees the child's strengths and needs, affording a basis for helping the child to grow. Likewise, the child observes the parent in action with other parents and kids. This provides the child with an important role model.

Important Dates:


February 8th Daddy Daughter Dance
April 1st - 3rd Ft. Davis State Park campout
April 29th - May 1st S. Llano State Park

Join Indian Princesses:

How do I get involved?

Register Today

YMCA memberships are not required to join Guides. Joining is an easy two-step process. Here's how...

  • First, complete a registration form. Click here to view and print the registration form (requires Acrobat Reader).
  • Second, deliver form and annual dues to the YMCA, 800 N. Big Spring Street. Annual dues are $50 per family for YMCA Family Members and $70 per family for program participants.

For more information contact the YMCA at 682-2551