From basketball and karate to science and swim, the Y has activities for all interests. Try a dance class or sign your little one up for their first art experience.
Ages 3-5, 6-8, 9-10
Learn and master the basics of passing, dribbling and shooting and practice your offense and defense in fun scrimmages.
Youth Basketball League
The Dodge Y's Youth Basketball League emphasizes the importance of having fun and playing basketball, while also developing social skills and learning about healthy lifestyles.
Ages 18-24 months
An opportunity for your child to explore the world of sports and early fitness through fun exercises, games, songs and stretching. Our young athletes develop hand-eye and foot-eye coordination and gross motor skills, like running and jumping through a series of activities. Classes require active parental or caregiver support.
Fit Kids Class (CATCH)
Looking for a fun class that gets kids moving? Try CATCH! Building strong and healthy kids is the Y’s top priority. CATCH offers kids the opportunity to get silly, get sweaty, and develop lifelong healthy habits. CATCH classes consist of group games and activities using balls, parachutes, hoops, and more! CATCH is taught by a trained YMCA CATCH Coach who will ensure class offerings fit all participating children’s skill levels.
Stop by the Membership Desk for more information.
An introduction to the game of soccer designed to help your little one learn about teamwork and basics of soccer through age-appropriate activities.
Ages 3-5, 6-8
An energetic program that emphasizes teamwork and positivity through exercises designed to familiarize young players to the game of soccer with age-appropriate teaching tools and drills.
Ages 3-5, 6-8
Young kids learn to play with kid-sized racquets, slower and lower-bouncing balls, and older students are taught fundamental and advanced techniques of groundstroke, volley, and overhead strokes.
Participants are coached according to their age and skill level. Classes are one hour in length. Sports offered include basketball, soccer, tennis and t-ball. Please note that lessons are subject to instructor availability.
To sign up or learn more, please contact us!
Dance & Rumble Tumble
Introduction to classical ballet. This class can improve, posture, flexibility, balance, motor skills and rhythm for your little ones. Ballet is also the foundation for other types of dance, such as hip hop, jazz and modern dance.
Ages 18-36 months
This class develops motor skills and movement awareness through stretching, tumbling, wiggling through our obstacle course, ball play and songs in a structured but exciting gym environment. Requires active parental or caregiver support.
Rumble Tumble Jr.
Ages 6-17 months
A simpler version of its older sibling, this class offers younger children a safe space to walk, tumble, climb, jump, explore movement and song. Requires active parental or caregiver support.
Rumble Tumble Extreme
This class is Rumble & Tumble to the next level! Children engage in acrobatics tricks, tumbling, flexibility and strengthening, through a series of warm ups, exercise, drills, and tumbling stations. Although we always welcome guardian participation, this class allows the child to socialize with children their own age and learn how to separate from caregivers.
This is an open play time where you and your child can enjoy movement and mobility skills, while playing with others and building strong bodies with a range of activities. $15 per child for community members, free with a family membership!
Music, Art, and Education
Mad Science Little Scientists
Each class is an intensive integrative, age-appropriate exploration of a specific science topic. Every theme-program is designed to captivate the curious nature of young children. Some of the topics we'll explore are Listen Closely, Adventures in Air and Space Frontiers, Taste and Smell.
Drumming 4 KidZ
Ages 18 months-4 years
The classes are facilitated using a variety of different approaches including: music instruction, interactive engagement, hands on practice, drumming and rhythm, storytelling, symbolic imagery, music, singing, dance, and group work.