REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES/PROGRAMS/EVENTSYou can register for all YMCA programs in person at the front desk as you enter the building. Registrations are open according to our six-week cycles. Some classes operate on the cycle. With these classes members can register two weeks before the beginning date of a cycle and potential members, one week ahead. Other programs/events do not strictly follow a 6-week cycle. Generally speaking, registrations for non-6 week programs/events will be open a month in advance.
|REGISTER HERE ONLINE|
New Users - Are you a new member to the Y or just recently decided to try out our online registration process? We simply need to have your e-mail address on file in order for you to access the system. To see if we have your address, please click on the link below and then select the Forgot Login/Password link. You will then be prompted to enter your e-mail address. If the system finds a match, then it will e-mail your login instructions to you. If not, please contact Kim Heberling or Jim Sloan at 814-375-9622 and ask them to input your address into our database. Please see How It Works below prior to registering.
Returning Users - If your original login and password do not allow access, click above, then please click the Retrieve Login link and the system will e-mail your new login details.
View Classes/Programs Only - You may view without a login. Click above, then click "Browse Classes" to see what is currently offered.
How it Works - First, locate the program and session for which you wish to register. You will find current programs and sessions or dates in our program book. If you are a Y member, please make sure your membership is current before registering to ensure you pay the member price.
INFANT, TODDLER & PRESCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
Our Child Development Centers provide care in a nurturing environment starting at six weeks of age. Our quality staff provides an instructional program you’re your child will be sure to enjoy. Daily activities are centered on weekly themes to include plenty of stories, songs, arts, and crafts. They also enjoy the great outdoors with walks in the park. We must not forget our swimming activities on Tuesday and Thursday; a very beneficial program for your child during their developmental years. We also provide your child with breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack.
Infant, Toddler and Preschool Child Development is provided Monday thru Friday at the YMCA on Parkway Drive.
Enrollment is arranged thru the Child Development Director. All participants must be pre-registered.
Monday thru Friday; 6:30 am – 5:30 pm
INFANT AND TODDLERS
Member & Potential Member $135 Weekly
Member & Potential Member $130 Weekly
Note: No daily rates for Infants, Toddlers or Preschool. Part-time and full-time rates are available. Contact Darlene Stuart, Child Development Director for more information
The YMCA Child Development Program is licensed by the State. Office of Child Development and Early Learning (ODEL).
The YMCA participates in DPW Subsidized Child Care Programs.
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
We offer quality alternatives for the working parent with before and after School Programs. The children will have time to relax, play and get started on their homework.
State licensed facility located at the YMCA on Parkway Drive. Children from all area elementary schools are welcome.
Enrollment is arranged through the Child Development Director. All participants must be pre-registered.
Before School 6:30 am – 9:00 am
After School 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm (5:30 is final pickup)
COST: SCHOOL AGE PROGRAMS (Grades K-5)
Before OR After School Member $55 weekly, $14 daily | Potential member $60 weekly, $15 daily
Before AND After School Member $80 weekly, $21 daily |Potential member $85 weekly, $22 daily
CAMP SUMMER OF FUN
June – August
A day camp for children that have completed Kindergarten through 5th grade. Children enrolled in Camp Summer of Fun have the opportunity to participate in many activities throughout the summer based on weekly themes. There are games crafts, sports and water activities, which include the opportunity to swim each day. There are also several special one day field trips. Enroll daily, weekly or for entire summer. Call Darlene Stuart for information.
SWIM TEAM & SWIM LESSONS
DOLPHIN SWIM TEAM - WINTER
Boys & Girls Ages 5-18
This is the YMCA winter competitive swimming program. All participants must be a DuBois YMCA member (league rule). An organizational meeting will be held Wednesday,September 17 at 6:00 PM. All interested swimmers and parents are encouraged to attend. Click here for a registration form.
Practice Schedule (begins October 6)
11-18 yrs old
M-F 3:00-4:30 pm
5-10 yrs old
M, W, F 4:30-5:30 pm
T, Th 4:00-5:00 pm
Coaches: Michelle and Scott Good
Ages 10 & under $95
Ages 11 & up $105
HS Swim Team Member $35
2nd additional child(ren) from the same family are ½ price (excludes High School swim team members). Oldest child is always registered first.
SUMMER Swim Team
Similiar to our winter program, this is competitive swimming for boys and girls, ages 5-18. Unlike our long-season winter program which follows league rule for participation, this program has a shorter season and schedule. It also allows children which are not YMCA members to particpate.
Organizational meeting usually held third Wednesday of May
Both new and returning swimmers, and their parents, should attend this meeting for important information about the summer season. Registration/application will be available at the meeting.
PRACTICE SCHEDULE: Age-graded practices will be 5 days a week beginning soon after last day of school. Practices are in the morning and vary in length from 1-2 hours depending upon the age group. A complete schedule will be provided at the organizational meeting.
Our aquatic staff strives to make your child(ren) the best swimmer(s) possible. We believe that our small classes and comfortable water temperature (85°) will provide an enjoyable learning experience for both child and the parent who observes. Grouping by age may be dependent upon the ability of the swimmer and the overall group registration for that particular cycle.
Swim Lessons run on 6-week cycles from September through May. See Cycles under Schedules on Home Page. Lessons resume Fall 1 cycle.
Pre-School (Ages 3/4-6)
These half-hour lessons allow your preschooler to be introduced to the water and teach basic arm and leg movements that will build a strong foundation for the strokes that are taught in advanced levels. Water safety is also stressed so that children at this age level can enjoy water and be safe around it also.
Saturday: 9:30-10:00 am or 11:00-11:30 am
PIKE (beginner) – This level helps children develop safe pool behavior, adjust to the water, and develop independent movement in the water. No water experience.
EEL (intermediate) – This level is for children who are comfortable in the water and reinforces skills learned in Pike level. Willing to participate.
RAY (advanced) – At this level children review previous skills, improve stroke skills, build endurance by swimming on their front and back.
Member: $19 | Potential member: $38
Progressive (Ages 6 & up)
Children learn the basic arm and leg movements for strokes that will build a strong foundation for more advanced techniques and strokes. Advanced swimmers learn proper technique for all five strokes, diving, and advanced water safety.
Saturday: 8:30-9:30 am Advance (High School/Adult) Levels
10:00-11:00 am Beginner & Intermediate Levels
POLLIWOG (beginner I) – Developing the total person in a YMCA swim class starts at the Polliwog or beginning level. No water experience.
GUPPY (beginner II) – At the Guppy level, students are building confidence and abilities they developed in the Polliwog level.
MINNOW (intermediate I) – At this level, students are moving from a beginning to an intermediate swimming skill level.
FISH (intermediate II) – As the name implies, Fish are swimmers. At this level, students perfect their skills and acquire new ones – from the elementary backstroke to the basic skin diving.
FLYING FISH (advanced I) – By this level the swimmer has advanced to a high level of comfort and confidence in the water.
SHARK (advanced II) – At this level, students learn the relevance of swimming skills, lifesaving techniques, conditioning and decision-making.
Member: $36 | Potential member: $72
PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS (All ages)
Learn to swim or enhance your technique with our qualified swim instructor, Denise Dennison. Please pick up a private swim lesson application at the front desk or click here.
Member $11 | Potential member $22
Prices are per person per 1/2 hour
BASKETBALL (Boys & Girls Grades 1st - 12th)
Boys & Girls Grades 1-4 Program October 28 - December 13
Meeting twice weekly for a practice (Tue eve) and games (Sat am), participants will learn the basic skills of the game of basketball such as shooting, passing, dribbling and game rules. Registration begins October 1.
Grades 1-2 -- Practice 5:00-6:00 pm; Games 9:30-10:30 am
Grades 3-4 -- Practice 6:00-7:00 pm; Games 10:30-11:30 am
Head Instructor: Zac Wilcox
BOYS Grades 5-6 League October 24 - December 12
GIRLS Grades 7-8 League November 8 - January 10
Games played Friday evenings (boys); Saturday afternoons (girls). Individual player registration, teams selected by draft by YMCA staff and coaches. Mandatory substitution schedule. Parents/siblings are encouraged to coach a team. Register up to the skills day at 1:30 pm on Sunday, October 5 (boys); Sunday, October 26 (girls). Coaches’ meeting to draft immediately following at 3:00 pm
Member $20 | Potential Member $40
BOYS Grades 7-8 League March - mid April
GIRLS Grades 5-6 League mid Jan - Feb
Games played Friday evenings (boys & girls). Individual player registration, teams selected by draft by YMCA staff and coaches. Mandatory substitution schedule. Parents/siblings are encouraged to coach a team. Register up to the skills day at 1:30 pm on a Sunday three weeks prior to start of league. Coaches’ meeting to draft immediately following at 3:00 pm
BOYS & GIRLS High School and Jr High/Middle School League June & July (primarily designed for school-based teams)
League runs June 11 through August 7. General Schedule: HS Boys games on Monday, Wednesday evenings. HS Girls games on Tuesday, Thursday evenings. JH/MS games on Friday evenings. Depending upon responses from schools, we will “flex” the schedule (e.g. boys’ teams playing on Tue/Thu as needed; vice-versa with girls; JH/MS on Mon-Thu if open times). The schedule aims at playing each team at least once, but is dependent upon the number of teams entered.
BOYS Grades 5-6 December 5, 6; 12, 13 Grades 7-8 late March
GIRLS Grades 7-8 January 2, 3; 9, 10 Grades 5-6 mid Jan-Feb
Bring your own team and coach. 3-game guarantee. Separate tourneys by grade, if possible. Teams/players can play up a grade, but not down. Games to be played on Friday evenings and/or Saturdays over two weekends, if necessary. Registration opens 6 weeks prior to tournament. Deadline is one week before. Registrations are limited.
$75 per team
SOCCER (Boys & Girls, ages 5 - 18)
INSTRUCTION/GAMES (Co-ed; Ages 8 & under/ U-6, U-8) (Co-ed; Ages 9-12/ U-10, U-12)
Meets weekly for a practice and on Saturday mornings for games. Participants will learn the basics skills of the game of soccer such as foot coordination, passing, dribbling and game rules.Program runs Jan-Feb.
(HS Boys/Girls: Grades 9-11; MS Co-ed: Grades 6-8)
This is a mini-adaptation of outdoor soccer, emphasizing foot skills. League is a 5x5 format, primarily designed for school teams. Individuals without a team, contact Zac Wilcox. Runs mid-January through mid-March.
JUNIOR PENS HOCKEY
Pee-Wee (K-2nd) Junior (3rd-5th) Senior (6th-8th) High School (9th-12th)
Meets weekly for a practice and on Saturday mornings for games. Participants will learn the basics of hockey while enjoying the benefits of regular exercise, team building and most of all, having fun. Program runs Feb -April
Boys & Girls Ages (7-11, 12-16)
For the love of the sport! Get involved and have some fun without the pressure of winning! One practice and one game are scheduled once a week. Season runs 6 weeks during May and June.
MIDDLE SCHOOL INITIATIVE
The DuBois Area YMCA is pleased to announce that the "7th Grade Initiative" has expanded to include all middle school age students in the 6th-8th grade. This program offers a free YMCA membership to students who register, participate and complete the program requirements. The goal of the Initiative is to inspire youth to discover their passions, seek a healthy lifestyle, and gain the developmental assets needed to avoid risky behaviors as they pursue success in school and life. This Initiative is available to students in the DuBois Area School District, Brockway Area School district and the DuBois Area Catholic Schools and Christian Schools.
Why Middle School Students?
Research shows that middle school is a critical time in a young person's life when exposure to risk factors greatly increases. Risk factors are conditions or influences that have been shown to increase the likelihood for unhealthy behaviors including substance abuse, delinquency, teen pregnancy, school drop-out and violence. It is also during the early teen years that youth begin to distance themselves from family and positive support systems. Through knowledge and implementation of the 40 developmental assets, this Initiative will help provide a framework for action that encourages middle school students to make a difference no matter who they are or what their life experiences are.
How do students join the program?
Click here for an Informational Flyer
Membership Restriction Details:
1. Does not apply to current YMCA members through either a student membership or a family membership. There will be no refunds or extension of time for current members.
2. Does not apply to students who have had a YMCA Student Membership within 90 days of the first day of school.
3. You may only receive one free membership during your 6-8th grade years.
4. Any student who received a 7th grade Initiative membership during 2013-14 school year is not eligible to receive another free membership.
What does the membership include?
The use of YMCA facilities (in accordance with policies) during operating hours. Also includes after-school programs designated and conducted for middle school aged youth.
AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
~YOUTH ACTIVITY CENTER & INTERACTIVE ZONE
Meet your friends after school or
come in to do some homework.
Food and drinks are allowed.
All activities are free of charge.
Equipment checkout required with a minimal deposit, if deemed necessary by YAC supervisor. Open to children 7-17 years old.
ACTIVITIES: Pool Table, Foosball, Ping-Pong, Carpet Ball, Dance Dance Revolution,Sport Wall, XBOX 360 Kinnect
HOURS: MON-FRI 3:00-7:00 pm; SAT 12:00-5:00 pm; SUN 12:00-4:00 pm
Monday and Thursday: Dodgeball Tuesday or Wednesday: Game Day Tourneys or Middle School Initiative programs Selected Fridays: Volley/Wally Ball or Basketball
COST: Member Free | Potential member Daily Day Pass
YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL
Boys and Girls Grades 2-5 Sept 20 - Oct 25
A good introduction and/or alternative to the game of football without the contact and expense of equipment. 7 x 7 non-contact, non-blocking flag games to be played on Saturday mornings at the City Park football field. Practice on a weeknight prior to game day as arranged by coach. Mouth guard and rubber cleats recommended. Individuals may register at the front desk of the YMCA anytime during regular hours. Register up to Skills Day at 1:30 pm on Sunday, September 14
Head Coordinator: TBA
Member $20 | Potential Member $40
GENERAL FITNESS CLASSES
~ STEP AEROBICS M, W 6:30-7:30 pm -- Instructor: Amy Wruble
Uses steps for aerobic conditioning, strength training and floor work at an intermediate to high impact level.
Member Free | Potential member $48
~ TNT TONED & TIGHT M or W 9:30-10:30 am; Tu 5:00-6:00 pm; Th 5:30-6:30 pm -- Instructor: Randa McEachron
TRUE or FALSE…..Cardio is the best way to burn fat. FALSE! To re-shape your body and melt the fat, high intensity interval training is the way to go! Have you heard of Tabata training? 20 seconds of working hards and 10 seconds to recover….4 minutes of Tabata burns as many calories as 20 minutes of traditional cardio. TNT also incorporates powerful strength training exercises to keep your heart pumping! Work out using bars, steps, hand weights as well as bands, gliders and/or balls to lose inches, shape your body, firm your abs, strengthen your back and help prevent bone loss!
M, Tu, W or Th Member $12 | Potential member $24 -- Prices apply for each separate class on various days
~POWER FLEX (TL) W 5:30-6:30 PM -- Instructor: Ruth Ann Barbazzeni
A basic fitness and exercise class using aerobic techniques and light weightlifting for a total body workout.
Member $12 | Potential member $24
~ ZUMBA® Tu 6:15-7:30 pm; W 5:30-6:30 pm -- Instructors: Sandy Stom or Randa McEachron
When you see a ZUMBA class in action, you can’t wait to try it! ZUMBA is a high energy class with Latin, international and current music and what a fun way to torch 600 calories! Before you know it you’re getting fit and your energy levels are soaring! There’s no other fitness class like a ZUMBA fitness party! (And that’s what it feels like…..a party, not a workout!)
~ ZUMBA® Toning M 6:00-6:45 am; Sa 8:00-9:00am -- Instructor: Sandy Stom
~ ZUMBA® Step Sa 9:30-10:30 am -- Instructor: Randa McEachron
Member $12 | Potential member $24 -- Prices apply for each separate class on various days
SilverSneakers® FITNESS PROGRAM
M-Th 8:00-8:45 am; Circuit & Classic
Tu, Th 10:30-11:15 am (TL) Circuit
Instructors: Lori Snyder & LuAnn Varacallo
The SilverSneakers® Fitness Program promotes the health and well-being of Medicare beneficiaries through specialized, non-impact classes that focus on improving strength, flexibility, balance and coordination. Persons who are eligible for Medicare Part B and have supplemental insurance through either designated Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield or Geisinger Health Plans are eligible for free participation in the program. Participants are not limited to specialized classes and enjoy the privileges of a member.
F 9:30-10:15 am -- Instructor: Randa McEachron
Based on the teaching of Joseph Pilates, this workout focuses on strengthening the “powerhouse” – the core muscles of the abdominals and the back – through a series of challenging – primarily floor – exercises that flow together. Great for strengthening upper body, abs, and back; toning legs and hips; and improving posture. Standing Pilates challenges your muscles and balance in a whole new way!
Member $12 | Potential member $24
Mon 5:30-6:15 pm -- Instructor: Randa McEachron
BELLY DANCE is a beautiful form of dance! Taught in the American classic style, instruction includes basic hip and torso circles, shimmies, combinations, choreography, and other fundamentals of the dance. It is a fun and wonderful way for building self-esteem, as well as developing a supple spine, elegant posture, and strong abs while you burn calories.
Member $12 | Potential member $24
WORLD TANG SOO DO
Adults: M 8:00-9:00 pm (optional); F 6:30-8:00 pm | Youth: 6:30-8:00 pm
Instructor: Matthew White, Sam Dan/ 3rd degree Black Belt -- Assistant:John Petrick, 1st degree Black Belt
Classes operate all year round. Join in any time! Open to ages 5-12 (youth) and 13 and above (adult)
Member $20 | Potential member $40 -- Prices are per person on a monthly bank draft basis
Other costs (pay instructor directly): 1-time WTSDA membership fee $50, Uniforms (optional) Youth or Adult $50
~ AQUACISE M-W-F 8:30-9:30 am T-Th 6:00-7:00 pm -- Instructors: Barb Murray and Donna Lockwood
This low impact, low intensity water class is a great way to be introduced to the therapeutic environment that the pool has to offer while gaining flexibility and improving your overall health.
Member Free | Potential member $72
~ WATER TONING T-Th 8:00-9:00 am -- Instructors: Lillian Smith & Donna Bowers
This intense aerobic class is designed to improve aerobic conditioning, muscular endurance, and flexibility while providing little to no impact on knees and hips since it is done in the water.
Member Free | Potential Member $48
6:00 am M-F; 9:00 am M-F; 12 Noon Tu & Th; 5:30 or 6:00 pm M-Th; 9:00 am Sat -- Instructors: Joann Dowling, Jill Hathaway, Lori Snyder, Sandy Stom, LuAnn Varacallo
KEISER GROUP CYCLING – Come and experience group cycling at a whole new level! The Keiser bike gives a ride closer to outside cycling and incorporates a computer that creates a training experience second to none. Must be at least 4’11” and 13-16 years olds must be with a parent. Maximum enrollment per class time is 12 participants Taught by trained instructors.
Member $25 | Potential Member $50 -- Price applies for a total of twelve 45-minute classes used during a 6-week cycle. Must purchase a Flex Pass/Punch Card.
~ MENS ADULT BASKETBALL (17-34, 35 & up)
WINTER 35 AND OVER
-4x4 format in auxiliary gym; unlimited roster
-One 30-35 yr old player allowed as per league rule
-League runs December – early March
-Games on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
Captains' meeting of November 19 @ 6 pm
$150 per team, $125 if paid in full by captains' meeting
WINTER 17-34 YEAR OLDS
-5x5 format in main gym; unlimited roster
-Current HS juniors/seniors and college allowed as per league rule
-League runs mid-December – mid January
-Games on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Captains' meeting of December 14 @ 6 pm
$75 per team, $50 if paid in full by captains' meeting
~ WOMENS SUMMER ADULT BASKETBALL (18 & UP)
4x4 format in auxiliary gym, unlimited roster (seniors and recent graduates are allowed). Games on Thursday evenings in June & July.
~MENS SUMMER OUTDOOR BASKETBALL (16 & UP)
5x5 format on outdoor courts in City Park. Games on Sunday evenings June-July
Games played on Monday and/or Wednesday evenings January - April. League divided by, if possible, two levels of play in a 6x6 format; power and recreation. Required number of females on court at all times (Power-2; Rec-3).
ADULT FLAG FOOTBALL
AGES 16 & up September 13– November 8
5 v 5 non-contact flag football. Games will be played on Saturday
mornings at DuBois Schools Fields. League is open to the first 8 teams to register.
Captains' meeting on September 3 @ 6 pm
$200 per team, $175 if paid in full by captains’ meeting
GOLF AND TENNIS LESSONS
Offered February – March
Get ready for the links indoors while it is cold outdoors. You can learn proper fundamentals of the grip, set-up, swing, and balanced follow through. Ages 12 and over are welcome to register. Class size: minimum of 5 up to 8 registrants.
Offered May - July
9-week group lessons for players at beginner and intermediate levels. Separate arrangements made for advanced. Meet on Monday evenings (Beginners 6-7 PM; Intermediate 7-8 PM) at DuBois City park tennis courts. Rain alternatives: use YMCA racquet-ball courts/aux gym indoors OR move lessons to Tuesday.
Open Play - Available each day during normal hours. Call to reserve a court during peak times especially.
W 7:00-9:30 pm Sa 9:00 am-12:30 pm Coordinator: Elvie DelaTorre
This is open play in the auxiliary gym. If possible, bring your own equipment.
Equipment may be available on a temporary basis upon request. Schedule
may change from cycle to cycle dependent upon seasonal programming. Ages 18 & up.
Member Free | Potential member Daily Day Pass
TRIATHLON & TRIPLE CHALLENGE RUN (1/2 Marathon)
Held on Saturday in June
Bimini Beach, Treasure Lake, DuBois, PA - located off Rt 255
Swim: 1/2 mile Much of the swim will be in water 12 feet and deeper. If necessary, there may be heats assigned by age and gender. Water temperature varies. Wetsuits are permitted.
Bike: 8.6 miles There is approximately 1/4 mile that is dirt/gravel.
Run: 4 miles Paved challenging course with rolling hills. Challenge Run: 13.1 miles, same terrain as Triathlon run
-Minimum age is 15 years old
-Provide your own bike and helmet
-Bike helmets are REQUIRED
-Swim caps are provided and mandatory
-Headphones are not permitted
Held the first Friday of July after Independence Day
PUNT, PASS & KICK
Boys & Girls ages 6-15
September 20 -- DuBois City Park Football Field
The DuBois Area YMCA hosts a local NFL Punt Pass & Kick competition. This competition is free. Ages are figured as of 12/31/14. Winners of this event will move on for a chance to compete at the state finals at Heinz Field. All participants MUST present a birth certificate and a registration/waiver form signed by parent/guardian. No cleats, metal or rubber, are allowed. For more competition rules, click here.
Click here for a registration/waiver form or register online. Reminder: If you register online, you still need to bring a birth certificate on the day of the competition.
PITCH, HIT & RUN
BOYS & GIRLS; AGES 7 – 14 DIVISIONS: 7/8, 9/10, 11/12, 13/14
Usually held first Sunday of May
Free Official Youth Skills Competition of Major League Baseball
BASEBALL/SOFTBALL & DISTANCES according to age & gender
PITCH….Throw strikes to a designated target
HIT …… Hit from a stationary batting tee for distance and accuracy
RUN…… Sprint from 2nd base to home plate for time
The YMCA pool, auxiliary gym, and/or room may be rented for your private birthday party or get together on Saturday and Sundays. Our Sportwall can be included for your use at an additional fee. All prices are per hour. A $25 security deposit is due one week in advance. Contact Paula DuBois for reservations.
POOL or AUXILIARY GYM Member $60 | Potential member $80
ROOM Member $20 | Potential member $25
May be scheduled on Friday evenings after regularly scheduled building hours. This includes the scheduled use of the pool with a lifeguard on duty. The gyms are available with basketball and volleyball. There are 3 racquetball courts with one equipped for wallyball play. Great idea for large groups! A security deposit of $100 is required two weeks in advance for overnighters. Contact Paula DuBois to make a reservation
Member $400 | Potential member $550
October 22; other days scheduled as needed
The Red Cross will be here for blood donations.
In conjunction with the Feeding America and 2nd Harvest Programs, the Y staff volunteers at the Salvation Army’s Community Cares Food Ministry each week. For more information see Zac Wilcox.
The Y staff volunteers at The Joint Replacement Center of Excellence at the DuBois Regional Medical Center. See Paula DuBois for more information.
SENIOR CITIZEN FREE SWIM
Tu, Th 2:00-3:00 pm
Senior Citizens, members and potential members, are welcome to enjoy our pool area FREE for an hour each Tuesday and Thursday.
CANNED FOOD DRIVE
In conjunction with attendance at select fitness classes, the Y runs a canned food drive the week(s) prior to Christmas.
BREAST CANCER WALK
The YMCA staff will serve as event marshalls for the DuBois Mall Family's Days of Hope Walk. To register or for more information, call the Gourmet Kitchen at 375-1070 or the YMCA at 375-9622.