Posted on: Friday, February 3rd, 2017
Ready for Spring?
MEET ME AT THE Y.
OUR SPRING PLANS ARE BRILLIANT.
Spring One session starts soon (week of Feb 27), and we are finalizing our preparations so everyone will enjoy the coming season. Our coaches are filling their equipment bags with soccer balls, golf clubs, batting helmets and footballs. In our new STEM classes, our teachers have hands-on activities lined up to stimulate budding engineers and mathematicians.
Sunny days are great for being outdoors…and our running club is ready to welcome you for Saturday runs and 5K road racing. Please be sure to include the YMCA as you make plans for all the fun, friendships, and endless possibilities that are synonymous with Spring!
Spring 1 is open for enrollment. Check out these Suggested Programs:
Classes arrange swimmers broadly into age groups and then by skill level as kids progress through the instruction program. Our progressive-swim instruction method uses a problem-solving, guided-discovery teaching approach in a positive, caring environment. Especially for kids, swimming is fun and challenging – and sometimes competitive. At the Y, swim lessons are part of our broader focus on Youth Development. Unsure which class to choose, consult our Swim Level Placement Guide or give us a call.
We are passionate about working with kids to develop their potential as they discover the world around them. There’s nothing like rolling up your sleeves and completing a project that helps you realize all that you can acheive.
Cultivate an appreciation for artistry while building coordination and confidence in your child. Many classes include the opportunity to get on stage in costume and perform at our spring recitals. Classes listed as Recital Session on pages 35-39 of our spring guide run through recitals and end the week of June 12.
Teams are forming now! Join our youth sports leagues for skill development and a focus on sportsmanship through the Y’s core values of honesty, caring, respect, and responsibility. New discounted pricing for members! Our spring sports leagues start the weekend of April 8 and run through May 28.
At the Y, we offer a sense of community, fellowship and support that enriches people’s lives. You’re as likely to find a theatre class as an aerobic class at your Y, and book clubs, painting classes, mommy and me first play classes, cooking classes and teen programs have become as popular as anything in the gym.
Doing a little swimming to get ready for summer?
Fitness Programs for all Ages
Keep active and make new friends as you explore YMCA clubs aimed at bringing people together to be active around shared interests. Running Clubs and wellness coaching is offered this spring in Foxboro, Franklin and North Attleboro.
Spring 1 runs: Feb 27 – Apr 16
- Classes will meet 7 times this session. Friday and Sunday classes will meet 6 times
- No classes will run on Good Friday (4/14/17) and Easter Sunday (4/16/17)
- Our Spring Youth Development Guide collects our programs for easy download