PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES
The Y is the starting point for many youth to learn about becoming and staying active, developing healthy habits they’ll carry with them throughout their lives, and building positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork. Participating in sports at the Y is about building the whole child, from the inside out.
The Y offers many activities for children to learn about games, as well as having fun in a team or individual atmosphere. Some of the sports offered are flag football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, taekwondo, swimming, baseball, gymnastics, cheer and stunt, and many more. It doesn’t matter whether you want to learn a new sport or continue playing the ones you love, the Y has something for everyone!
Please choose a Program
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICIES
The SWC YMCA will always put the safety of its members, program participants and staff first when decisions need to be made concerning inclement weather. When inclement weather poses a threat, the YMCA may adjust or cancel scheduled hours of operation, programs and/or special events.
Cancellation of YMCA classes and/or programs will not be based upon local schools cancellations. We will make an independent decision based on our assessment of the weather. If we decide to cancel, we will notify by posting it on our Facebook page. There will be no refunds for classes missed if you decide not to attend.
To create a welcoming and healthy family friendly environment for all.
Required attire throughout the facility (exceptions for the pool and locker room):
- a shirt that touches the top of your shorts or pants
- No midriffs showing
- No shirts with too much cut away or to low on the sides where the naval area is exposed.
- shorts or pants that are mid-thigh length or have a 3″ inseam
- closed-toed and soft sole shoes required in the wellness center and gym
In the Wellness Center:
Please bring a change of shoes to avoid tracking in excess dirt, water, snow, etc. Sandals or flip-flops are not allowed. Jeans are not allowed due to buckles, rivets and zippers that can wear on the equipment.
Clothing with offensive language or graphics is prohibited. The YMCA reserves the right to define inappropriate/offensive attire.