Winter Spring Program Guide

Stay active and build your skills this winter with a variety of YMCA programs, classes, and services. See everything that will offered in the guide below.

 

Winter I session brings Tennis lessons to the gym and swimming lessons to the pool for ages 3 - adult. On January 23rd, a new session of the life-changing Diabetes Prevention Program begins. Kids and adults can join the dance program when the season starts on January 13th. Winter II session brings back gymnastics lessons which includes a new class for ages 3-5, Tiny Tumblers. Teens and adutls can try learning pickleball at one our of Saturday Beginner clinics.

The Y is hosting several new opportunities to hone your skills. This is the first winter of STEM Club. Youth can join in learning more about science and engineering after-school with several coaches. Community members can also learn to save a life by taking a CPR and First Aid class at the Y or earn a lifeguard certification.

Child care is a strong component of the YMCA mission. The YMCA hosts the Child Care Center, an after-school program including full-day care on non-school days. The Y will also offer Parent's Night Out once a month for a fun night for the kids and a great night for parents. Several Lock-Ins for youth are also planned for March and May. Contact the Y for enrollment.

Registration for the Winter I classes and Dance classes opens on Monday, December 30th for members and January 1st for the community. Winter II session registration opens in February 17th for Y Members and February 19th for the community.

For more information contact the YMCA at info@cookcountyymca.org or 218-387-3386 x 501. 

Locations: Cook County YMCA