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There's something fun for everyone

At the YMCA, we don't know the meaning of the word "bored". Kids love participating in all our activities—like swimming, art, crafts, dance, games, and science experiments—so much that they don't want to go home.

Most spring programs are now full but limited spaces are available.

Child Minding and Zoned In (Ages 0–10)

Enjoy a facility workout or swim while your children are cared for by qualified staff and volunteers in a safe and fun environment.

Child Minding is for kids aged 0–5, provides supervised play with age-appropriate toys, arts and crafts, and special care for babies.

Zoned In is for ages 6–10, allows kids to connect with friends and leaders while engaging in a different activity each day.

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Jr. Gym 'n' Swim (Ages 3–5)

Your child can explore the foundational skills required to move through gymnastics and swimming! Balances, rotations, locomotions, springs and landings are concepts students will explore to develop whole-body awareness and discover what they are truly capable of.

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Active Arts (Ages 3–5)

Kids explore age-appropriate movement stations, crafts, music, and stories as well as take a dip in the pool! Social skills like turn-taking, sharing and good listening skills are promoted to encourage healthy mental and emotional development.

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Swim ’n’ PJ Party (Ages 5–7)

Parents, give yourself a night off and leave your littles with us! After supervised play in the pools and water slides, they’ll be tuckered out and ready to change into PJs and settle in for a cozy Friday night! We’ll read a story and have silly fun with a related activity. If you choose, they’ll have pizza and juice so they come home well fed and ready for bed.

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Y Not Build It? (Ages 5–12)

Get your child’s creative juices flowing in this cool hands-on program! Your child will be provided with open-ended opportunities to design and build. Not only will your child take home their own creations, we’ll also practice teamwork and cooperation while building in pairs and groups!

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Active Kids (Ages 5–12)

Our enthusiastic Y leaders invite your child to experience high-energy action after school. We keep children moving by using active challenges, sports, and kid-friendly classic games to encourage physical activity in a fun and engaging way.

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Let's Dance (Ages 5–13)

Our qualified instructors will teach an energetic, fun and modern dance incorporating a variety of styles. Classes include basic technique and step-by-step choreography, so no previous dance experience is necessary.

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Y Basketball (Ages 5–13)

The YMCA Basketball program is designed to be energetic, inclusive, fun and strives to teach children the values of participating in sport for life. Basketball is a great form of exercise that also fosters team-building skills and a sense of community.

Through weekly sessions, children will learn all the FUNdamentals of the sport of basketball, a game that was invented at the YMCA back in 1891. Children will be divided into classes adapted to their age group (no previous experience required) and participate in weekly sessions. Each participant will be a part of a healthy learning environment built for success.

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Movie Mania (Ages 8–13)

We get our Friday night started by hitting the pool. Then we grab a slice (or two) of pizza and enjoy a movie together. It’s the perfect combination of activity and relaxation to start the weekend.

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Gym ’n’ Swim (Ages 8–13)

Do your kids have too much energy for Movie Mania? Drop them off for an active evening full of games, sports and swimming with friends. Pizza and juice will be available for $2.

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Junior Tennis (Ages 6–14)

Junior Tennis is back! This program introduces kids to the game of tennis through a combination of instruction and play. Classes start with warm-up and skill development and end with a friendly round robin.

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Girls Unite (Ages 7–14)

We want all kids to embrace their unique qualities and shine bright like a star! Our inspiring leaders direct activities designed to celebrate, encourage and empower them as well as address age-appropriate topics to help them build strong friendships and happy, healthy bodies. All are welcome.

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Boys in Action (Ages 7–14)

Our awesome leaders promote healthy living while encouraging positive friendships and a sense of belonging. Your child will build leadership skills through age-appropriate activities that are engaging, relevant and super fun. All welcome.

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FlowRider® Lessons (Ages 8–14)

Do you want to learn how to stand up and ride the FlowRider®? We are offering beginner and intermediate lessons at H2O. Get ready for wakeboarding in the summer!

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Youth Leadership Development (Ages 12–15)

Making an impact starts here. Our Youth Leadership Development program (YLD) will help teens get to know themselves better while learning fundamental leadership skills and making new friends in a fun, inclusive environment. Through a variety of different games, activities, discussions and presentations, leaders will develop communication skills, work together with their peers and gain self-confidence. Youth leaders are encouraged to apply their newly developed leadership skills in Y children’s programs, during special events and fundraising at the YMCA as well as in their communities.

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Youth Swimfit (Ages 13–17)

Youth can develop swimming techniques with coached workouts working on endurance, stroke development and extras such as flip turns and starting blocks.

This is not for learning to swim. Minimum requirements are the ability to complete 50m front crawls, back crawl and breaststroke or completion of our Star 4 lessons.

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Babysitting and Home Alone Courses

The babysitting course teaches youth to become effective and confident babysitters. Children learn to be safe at home through Home Alone and Prepared.

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Swim Lessons

Swim lessons are taught by certified YMCA swim instructors who create a fun and caring learning environment. Students learn fundamental swimming skills, while fostering a life-long appreciation for physical activity and fitness through swimming.

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Family Play Time

Explore, create, imagine, and play in a variety of activities for you and your child. Meet other families through group activities in a comfortable play environment and learn about services in your community. 

Let’s Play!
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Camps

YMCA Camps are offered throughout summer, spring break, winter break and on Pro D Days to keep kids active, engaged, and unplugged.

 

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Generation Health

Learn more about making healthier choices for a healthier family in the Generation Health program! FREE for families with children ages 8 to 12.

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Financial Assistance

As a charity, the Y believes no family should be turned away because of financial circumstances. Thanks to generous donors, the Y is able to provide financial assistance to families who could not otherwise afford the full cost of Y programs and memberships.

Teen Mindfulness

Teens ages 13 to 18 who are experiencing symptoms of anxiety learn and practice healthy coping strategies in a safe, comfortable and fun environment.

Youth Employment

Our Employment Services support youth in breaking barriers to employment through workshops and skills training.