We are excited to welcome back our YMCA members with a phased reopening of our YMCA Branch Health & Fitness facilities that started on Monday, June 15, with our pools for individual water exercise and lap swimming, was followed by access to fitness training equipment and machines on Friday, June 19, and then a modified schedule of group exercise classes offered indoors, outdoors and in our pools at select Branch locations that will begin on Tuesday, July 7. We have new safety protocols that includes a new online reservation system.
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Each summer the Y provides a healthy and safe environment for teens and young adults to challenge themselves, learn new skills, and be better connected to their friends and community. The Y is pivoting its efforts to continue providing opportunities where students can do just that - virtually. Our team of staff, volunteers, and college mentors will be offering:
1) virtual workshops on preparing for college, career and job skill development, personal leadership development, and mental health awareness/self-care,
2) project-based, do it yourself at home, workshop series on topics of interest,
3) academic enrichment, and,
4) when local guidelines allow, in-person, socially distanced activities at the park
More information on our Summer 2020 page.
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