We're so excited to welcome you back to swim lessons, instructional sports, and more. 

Your health and well-being is the YMCA's number one priority. We're taking precautions to make sure you feel comfortable and cared for in our programs and classes. Learn more >


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The Fall I mini-session, featuring four weeks of classes, is from October 19 - November 15, 2020
Member registration is open now. Registration for community members opens on October 11, 2020.

We plan to offer additional classes later this fall as part of our Fall II session, and we’ll update with more details when they’re available.


Instructional Sports & Dance

Instructional Basketball, Ages 4-12

Our youth basketball program is a slam-dunk! Ballers of all ages and skill-levels are invited to our classes that establish fundamenttals, encourage good sportsmanship instruction will be non-contact drills.

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Basic Ballet, Level 1, Ages 5-7

Classical ballet with barre and center work that develops strength, body alignment, flexibility, and musicality.

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Isadora Duncan, Beginner, Ages 5-7

Free flowing art form perfect for all ages. The class begins with floor warm-ups and progresses to ballet barre with flow and dance combinations. 

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Arts & Education

Adult Paint Studio

No drawing skills needed - the hardest part is picking up the brush! This class uses acrylic paint on paper, and encourages participants to finish projects at their individual speed. All supplies are provided. 

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Swim Lessons

Stages 1 and 2, Ages 3-5

In Stage 1, students develop comfort with underwater exploration and are introduced to basic self-rescue skills performed with assistance. In Stage 2, students focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water, while also continuing to practice how to safely exit in the event of falling into water.

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Stages 1 and 2, Ages 6-12

In Stage 1, students develop comfort with underwater exploration and are introduced to basic self-rescue skills performed with assistance. In Stage 2, students focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water, while also continuing to practice how to safely exit in the event of falling into water.

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Stages 5 and 6, Ages 6-12

In Stage 5, students work on stroke technique and learn all major competitive swimming strokes. In Stage 6, students refine stroke technique on the major competitive strokes, learn about competitive swimming and discover how to incorporate swimming into a healthy lifestyle.

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