Creative Movement & Music ages 2-5 Monday's 4:45-5:45pm and Saturday's 9:45-10:45am
Hip Hop, Tap, Ballet ages 6-9 Monday's 5:45-6:45pm and Saturday's 10:45-11:45am.
Hip Hop, Tap, Ballet ages 10-17 Monday's 6:15-7:30pm
Join the Urban Legends track and field team. Participants will learn various running events, shot put, long jump, discus, and relay races while competing against other YMCA's in our Association Track Meet. The track meet will be Saturday, June 10, 9:00am.
Water adjustment, basic elements of floating, front paddle, back paddle and side paddle for the beginning swimmer. Flotation device may be used. For subsidy inquiries, please contact your local YMCA branch.
Gymnasts begin formal training of U.S.A.G gymnastic skills, (skills include bars, beam, vault and floor) routines and requirements. Must pass U.S.A.G. Evaluation requirements to move to next level. Children who have never done formal gymnastics training must do one session at Beginner to be considered for Intermediate.
The YMCA Parent/Child and Preschool program is designed for children ages 6 months to 5 years old. The use of Instructional Flotation Devices (IFD's) will be used throughout all the levels to help foster water acclimation, endurance, strength, and independence.
Our Iddy Biddy Sports program introduces children to the games, rules, and fundamental skills of sports such as soccer, basketball, and floor hockey. Our program also concentrates on teaching sportsmanship, positive competition, and building positive relationships between participants. The YMCA core values (caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility) and nutrition are discussed at every class with time provided for parents to interact with their children.
(Age 3-5 without parent): This class introduces the child to safe entries and exits, blowing bubbles, back floats with assistance and learning to paddle stroke. Instructional Flotation Devices (IFD's) such as bubbles, barbells, noodles and kickboards may be used.
Ages 6-12: This advanced level will challenge the
swimmer to complete a 500 yard free swim, 200
yard backstroke, 100 yard breaststroke, and a 200
yard Individual Medley (IM). In addition, this level
teaches inverted breaststroke; Trudgen crawl; use
of mask, fins, and snorkel; and CPR compressions.
Beginner I Level: This level introduces the child to safe entries and exits, proper bubble blowing, back floats with assistance and learning the paddle stroke. The use of Instructional Floatation Devices (IFDs) will be used to help strengthen the swimmer while fostering independence.
Beginner II Level: This level continues to improve technique, endurance, and refines swimming on the front and back. Elementary backstroke, sidestroke, headfirst and feet first surface dives are introduced.