Good idea. I believe they're "next door" to us at MD Yacht Club so I'll have to get in touch.
Where are you? Fairview? Oak Harbor? We are at MYC.
We had concerns about finding a place with kids as well. I grew up at a yacht club (10 mins from the house) - was in the junior sailing program which ran Saturdays during the school year and had weekly sessions during the summer. Most of my best friends were and are kids I met there. But our club was near everything, convenient, so many people and many families could and did participate year-round (yes, Hawaii sailing is year-round!). We were there all the time, had our birthday parties there, holiday parties. We all hung out on each other's family's boats. We'd spend the night. Swim in the pool. Our wedding reception was at the club. I'm still a non-resident member of Waikiki Yacht Club. It was home and I can never be grateful enough to my parents for that experience and really that privilege. It wasn't fancy (we lived in t-shirts and bathing suits most of the time, and went barefoot a lot) but it was awesome.
The experience here is different. My kids did sail camp and got to meet others, and while the pool was open they got to meet and play with others. There were kids that visited for Opening Day. But pretty much whenever we go down to the boat, there are no other kids there. So many people have to come from so far away, and it's not like you can just hang around the club house any particular day/evening of the week. But we didn't find any place like what I was used to, and I knew I wouldn't. MYC was the best option of all those I evaluated. We will make it work and figure things out.
The people we have met and talked to at MYC have been really nice and helpful. One live-aboard couple really made a difference. She gave me a piling bumper when, a couple days after we brought the boat up, there was basically a wind storm and I only had two fenders. Plus she helped me redo my dock lines. And together they installed our new windex.
We were really excited to go meet the cruising family with two kids that have the same boat we have - and the kids all got along really well. They had a lot in common (fans of reading - Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, etc., plus drawing, origami, etc.). They took us to their boat on their dinghy. Daniel liked their boat because it was "homey" - he actually stated he'd sleep on their boat but not ours because it was more "comfortable" (thank goodness I got our boat to the point where he slept there no problem). But they are from WI and have moved on.
My kids are asking if they can bring their friends, which I'd already said yes to! We figured if we couldn't find other sailing families we'd just have to bring other families along. Gotta get some spare kid-sized life jackets.
Too bad we have to get the engine worked on - I'm hoping the guy can expedite the process so we aren't out of commission for too long.