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KIDS ZONE An on-site child activity center for Y members only. You may not leave the Y while your child is in Kids Zone. Please see Kids Zone staff for Parent's Manual, detailing all Kids Zone policies and procedures. Hours and prices are subject to change.

Monthly Card: $30 per family at Central, $25 at West 10 Visit Punch Card: $40 per family at Central, $35 at West

TABLE OF CONTENTS Special Events .......................................... Page 4 Birthday Parties ........................................ Page 9 Arts and Dance ...................................... Page 10 Child Care ............................................... Page 13 Fitness ................................................... Page 17 Gymnastics ............................................ Page 20 Sports .................................................... Page 23 Aquatics ................................................. Page 26 Program Information .............................. Page 30 Membership Information ........................ Page 31

Warm Water Weekend FREE to all members. We will turn up the temperature in the pool. Staff will be on hand for two hours of fun and games on warm weekend Saturdays from 1-3 PM. January 19 & 20 February 23 & 24 March 23 & 24 April 20 & 21 Do you See your Dog? Do you really KNOW your dog? Find out what it means to truly "see" your dog. Angela Murray, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Nurture Your Pet and Lanelle Yingling, owner of Mid-Day Play Pet Services, will help reveal the mystery of dog behavior and personality. In these four weeks we will cover how dogs communicate their emotions through body language and facial expressions, how certain breeds have defining characteristics and personalities and how dogs should interact socially with other dogs and with people. The developmental stages of a dog will also be discussed by explaining the typical behavior of puppies, adolescents and adutts. This series of presentations will include videos, pictures and handouts to help you to truly understand your dog and to bring your dog! owner relationship to a new level. This class is for owners only, no dogs.

Princess Day Dress up in your princess clothes and enjoy the princess treatment. Decorate your own crown, and get a make-over. Age 21/.1_5 Day Sa

Location Central Time


Jan 26

I :00 PM

Kids only Movie Nights Drop off your child for a night of fun, popcorn and drinks provided. Kids can bring a blanket and pillow. Age



6 & up


6:00-8:00 PM

Day F F

Date February 8 April 12

Location Central Central

Be Mine Valentine Fun Create fun crafts for Valentine's Day. Age




I :00-2:00 PM

Date February 9

Location Central









Location Central

Fee $8 Date


Jan 7 路28

Noon-' :00 PM

Date January 19

Age 8 & Up Day




4-H Eco-Bot Challenge Join the Y and 4-H in creating an ecobot. The Eco-Bot Challenge will explore robots and how technology can be used to preserve and protect the environment. In this experiment children will build and program a robot to clean up a simulated environmental spill-a mission in real life that is too difficult to carry out.






Luck of the Irish Learn about the St. Patrick's day, make leprechaun crafts and search for a pot of gold. For more information call Jackie at

815-786-9998. H


Fee $3 Date


March 8



Time 6:00-7 :30 PM

Location West

Shamrock Sampler Wednesday, March 13 Join us for a 2 hour workout that will showcase all of the free group exercise classes that we have to offer. This is a great opportunity to try all of our classes in 20 minute segments to see what you like. This is FREE for everyone l 9:00-11:00 AM or 5:00-7:00 PM Indoor Garage Sale Sunday, March 17 The Central Y will be hosting an indoor garage sale on Sunday, March 17 from 10 am-3 pm. Spots are $10 each. The Y will provide the indoor space as well as the advertising. You will need to provide your own table. Admission for the sale is free for everyone. Little Bunny Easter Crafts Kids will get to create their own, fun, Easter Crafts. Fee


Age 3-7


1:00-2:00 ",




March 23

Location Central

Shamrock Shuffle Shuttle Bus Hop on the YMCA bus to the Shamrock Shuffle in Chicago . You will be dropped off close to Grant Park and picked up close to the finish line. You will not have to check in bags at the race. The fee includes a ride to the race and back to West. Bring extra money for a lunch stop on the way home. Sign up today space is limited. Registration deadline is March 13. Age



All Ages


7:00 AM





April 7


Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Fun Fair-West Branch Come join us for our 5th Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Fun Fair. Fun Fair includes games, face painting, and crafts for the kids. Everything is included in the fee. Space is limited, so please register early to reserve your spot. All ages welcome. Saturday, March 30 Fun Fair: Noon-1:30 PM Egg Hunt: 12:15 PM (ages 0-3) 12:45 PM (ages 4-6) 1:15 PM (ages 7 and up) $5 per participant


Time 530-700





Ap- i110



Ahoy Mate! Pirate Day Decorate your own pirate hat and treasure chest. Then walk the plank into our foam pit. Age 3-7






Time 1230 -130 PM


Date May 23

Location West


Self Defense Class-Girls Only Learn to use "every day Nobjects as self defense weapons when the need arises. Identify weak points of the body that can bring down any assailant Discover how you can handle ITllltipie attackers. Dr. Tess Grant, a black belt in Tae Kwon Do self-defense martial arts and John Graham will teach these moves to you. Age All Ages

Splish-N-Splash Come for a fun filled afternoon of water balloons, games and sprinklers. Have fun before your older brothers and sisters are off for the summer. Snack will be provided. For more details please can Jackie 815-786-9998.


Time Noon -1 00

Date Ap- i113

Location Central


Games路 Prizes路 Food路 Miss lIIinoisl

Join us for our Annual Healthy Kids Dayl This FREE event is an afternoon filled with games, prizes, events, demonstrations food and fun l Plus, a special visit by Megan Ervin, Miss Illinois I As an added bonus, we will be offering $10 off the registration fee to Summer Day Camp (first child), Preschool, or enrollment into our Early Learning Center. This is the perfect time to plan foc your summer and the YMCA is here to help. Come out and enjoy all the fun. Local businesses will also be on hand offering information on keeping your family healthy and happy. Call the YMCA foc details at 630-552-41 00 or visit us online

Memorial Day Celebration Crafts Show your patriotism and wear red, white and blue to this event Children will make crafts to celebrate being an American. Children will also write letters and/or draw pictures for the troops. Age 3-7



Time 1 00 - 2 00

Date May 25

Location Central


FOXY SENIORS Foxy Seniors meet every Thursday at the Central Y for games, refreshments and fun. Seniors meet at 10:30 AM. Free for all senior members.

Brookfield Zoo Thursday, March 28, 2013

Willis Tower Thursday, May 23, 2013

Visit the Brookfield Zoo for a wild

The Skydeck provides the best views of

adventure. Check out the Great Bear

Chicago and lots of picture opportunities.

Wilderness this spring. Price includes zoo

Join the Foxy Seniors for an afternoon in

Shedd Aquarium Thursday, January 24, 2013

admission, motor safari on open air tram

Chicago as they tour the Skydeck at the

and dolphin shawl Bring a sack lunch

Sears Tower. The Foxy Seniors will travel

Strap a mask and flippers onto your

or visit one of the many cafes. Bus will

on the train from Aurora to Chicago. Y bus

imagination and chart a course to Shedd

depart Central Y at 8:45

will leave Central from Plano to Aurora at

Aquarium. Price includes general admis-

approximately 5 :00 PM. $30 por porson

sion and transportation. Bus will leave Central Y at 9:00


and return approxi-

matelyat 4:00 PM. $50 por porson


and return at

8:30 AM and board Metra. $35 por porson

Drury Lane, Oliver Thursday, April 25, 2013 One of the most beloved classics of all

Chicago Auto Show Tuosday, Fobruary 12, 2013

time, OLIVERI Audiences will follow

The Chicago Auto Show is the largest

life-threatening adventure through the

auto show in North America. Exhibi-

dismal streets of nineteenth-century

tions include: multiple world and North

England. Price includes admission to

orphan Oliver Twist as he embarks on a

American introductions; a complete range

show, lunch and transportation. Registra-

of domestic and imported passenger

tion deadline is April 1. $55 por porson

cars and trucks; experimental or concept cars. Price includes general admission and transportation. Bus will leave Central Y at 9:00


and return approximately at

4:00 PM. $25 por porson

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FOX VALLEY FAMILY YMCA Y GAMES Saturday, April 27, 2013

I 2:00 PM

Register by April 20th, 2013 Teams compete head-to-head in wacky, wild, non-athletic relay races and athletics events.

Chaotic, exhilarating and serving absolutely no point at all, except to remind your group that we are ALL ONE TEAM and it's truly essential to lighten up and have FUN. Team building events like

this are proven to Increase Motivation, Improve Productivity, Foster Problem Solving, and Encourage

Creativity. Best of all it brings family and friends closer together. Get into the Games! o

Recruit 6-10 people to participate on your team. Registration of $20.00 per person. Playas many games as you can to get points you need to win.


Each team may wear a t-shirt with your company/team logo or name, come dressed as a team, or somehow make your team recognizable.


Each team member will receive a Y Games t-shirt for participating.


Opening Ceremonies start at 1:30 PM


Food and Drink provided all day for participants.


Your team must have at least six people .

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Incentives for Sponsors


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Team information provided on the FVF YMCA website.


Post event info and winners provided on FVF YMCA website and radio ads.


Event will be promoted on website with teams listed.

Awards for Teams o

The team with the most points at the end of the event will win the rights as Y Games Champs and receive a trophy. o

There will be an award for the most creative team dress.


There will be a Spirit Award for the most spirited team throughout the day.

Some of the games that will be played are: Aqua Hungry Hippos, Trivia, Team Obstacle Race, Giant Jigsaw, Office Chair Row Race, and many more. Check out our website to view Board Members and Staff as they compete in a trial run!

Still looking for Volunteers and Sponsors! Call Nick for details at 630-552-41 DO ext 224 .


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Check out a sample of the games on Youtube. 7


Sunday, June 2, 8:00 AM CANOE. BIKE. RUN

This is a fun and competitive mini triatlion. The Tri City Challenge can be for individuals or teams of 2-4. The first segment will be to canoe from Yorkville Riverfront to Silver Springs in Plano. The second segment will be to bike 12 miles from Silver Springs to Sandwich. The last segment will be to run 3 miles in Sandwich and finish at the West Y in Sandwich. Canoes will be available at Freemans in Yorkville for a special rate for this event, to reserve a canoe please call Freemans directly at 630-553-0515. To guarantee shirt please

register by May 25th . Please add $10 to all day of registration fees. Check in will be at Freemans from 6:30-8:00 AM. Canoe heats will start with Individuals, Competitive Relay and Competitive Double, Adventure will be the last canoe heat. For more information please contact Nick at 630-552-4100 x 224 or Individual: $25 - 1 person completes all three legs. Individual must canoe/kayak alone. Competitive Double: $45 - 2 person team, team will canoe together, but both must complete the bike & the run portion Competitive Relay: $50 - 3 person team, only 1 team mate can complete a leg. Adventure: $50 - 2-4 person team, teams may complete each leg as they wish, but only 1 team mate can cross finish line.

Become a Tri-Athlete in just one hour' The Y indoor triathlon is for everyone. The indoor tri

will begin with a 20 minute swim, a 20 minute

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bike ride and finish with a 20 minute run. Periormances will be measured based on the distance

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you cover in each category, so challenge

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yourself in this exciting race. Race is limited to the first 40 participants, sign up today' Call Nick at 630-552-4100 ext 224 or email at ndamico@foxvalleyymca.orgformore information. $25 per person.

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Pre-School Piano Lessons Register your preschooler for private piano lessons. Lessons are 20 minutes and meet once a week for the session. Age 4-5

Fee $40 M/ $60 NM

Book Fee : $16 (first time students only)

Fox Valley Family YMCA Music Academy To schedule any of the private lessons listed below with our qualified instructors, please contact the Arts Director. All lessons are a ha~ hour in length and

Mini-Mozarl Pre-school Music

meet weekly throughout the session. You can pay per session or sign up for a

This fun class will teach your child

monthly bank draft. New l We are excited

the basics of music including tempo,

to be able to add strings to our music

dynamics and more.

program. We are now offering violin,

Age 3-5

Fee $30 M/ $45 NM

Day Th

Time 11 :30-Noon

cello, viola and string bass lessons. We are also in the process of looking to start a youth string ensemble in the future. Be on the lookout for more information. Session I: January 7-February 3 Session II: February 4-March 3 Session III: March 4-March 31 Session IV: April I-April 28 Session V: April 29-May 26 $64 M/$96 NM

Piano lessons (ages 5 and up) Voice lessons (ages 7 and up) Guitar lessons (ages 7 and up) Drum lessons (ages 7 and up) * Bass Guitar lessons (ages 7 and up) Flute lessons (ages 7 and up) Clarinet lessons (ages 9 and up) Trumpet lessons (ages 9 and up) French Horn lessons (ages 70 and up) Violin lessons (ages 7 and up) Cello lessons (ages 9 and up) Viola lessons (ages 8 and up) String Bass lessons (ages 77 and up) * not currently aval1abJe at West Branch





rties can take place at either Y, except for Splash Bash and


Adventure Center. Parties run 2 hours for up to 12 children. Pizza and cake are served for all parties. An additional fee will apply if number


of guests exceeds 12. Call for more details and availability. $130 M / $195 NM

*Parties have additional fees.


A World of Dance 2013 DANCE RECITAL-JUNE 1 Join us at the Fox Valley Family YMCA School of Dance, Dance Recital. This year's recital will be held at the Yorkville Middle School. Our recital will include performances from our dance classes and the La Premiere Dance Company. Students must be registered for classes by the end of February in order to participate in the recital. A $15 recital registration fee per child must be paid at the time of registration. Included in the registration fee is a recital t-shirt for each child participating in the recital. Costume measuring will take place the second week of the session . A $25 non-refundable costume deposit per child/per class will be due at the time of registration. The remainder of the costume fee will be due on or before March 30路 . Costumes typically cost between $40 and $60 each. Dress Rehearsal: Friday, May 31 Recital: Saturday, June 1





Registration for class levels II and above require instructor approval

You have the option of bank drafting for the rec~al session in monthly payments. See below for fees. For bank draft, the first month is paid up front, and then drafted for 3 months. Please call for nonmember rates.

Due to limited facility space, make up classes will no longer be offered when absent from a class. Please sign up early for your program to avoid cancellations. Classes are for students 18 months-17 years of age. Students will be evaluated the first week of class. The Arts Director reserves the right to move any child to the appropriate level. Advancement may take from 6 months to 2 years. A student may only enroll in the next level when given permission by the instructor and director as noted on their progress report. Please be on time for class.

For the School of Dance Spring 2013 sessions, we are offering Recital Classes for participation in the June 2013 Dance Recital. For the Winter 2013 session we offer non-recital classes. The following classes may be taken as Non-Recital Classes in the Winter Session from January 7-February 24 and/or as Recital Classes in the 14 Week February 25June 1 session. For non-recital classes in the Spring I and Spring II sessions, see page 12. Non-Recital Winter Session: January 7- February 24 14 Week Recital Session: February 25-June 1


30 minute class: $90 or Monthly bankdraft of $23

45 minute class: $120 or Monthly bankdraft of $30 1 hour class: $150 or Monthly bankdraft of $38 1 hour 15 minute class: $180 or Monthly bankdraft of $45



Tap I Tap challenges the mind and the body. Rhythmic awareness is fundamental.

Crealive Movemenl II

Basic Ballet introduces ballet fundamentals such as basic positions and movements, body alignment, strengthening and flexibilrty. Each level will progress into more challenging movements and exercises.

Creative Movement are ballet and tap combo



Tap II








Day Tu

Time 4:15·5:00 PM

January 7-february 24 $42 M / $6] NM $56M / $84NM I hour cia.. : $70 M I $105 NM I hr 15 min class: $84 M I $126 NM

Winter Session: 30 minute class: 45 minute class:

See page 10 tor recital session fees





Day Tu W Sa


10:00-10:30 AM 4:00-4:30 PM 9:30-10:00 AM

Crealive Movement III Creative Movement are ballet and tap combo

Day Th Sa T


5:00-5:45 It.< 10:00-10:45 AM 5:15.o:00 PM

Location Central Central

Age 7-10

Location Central




5:45-6 :30 PM



Ballet I


Ballet continues ballet fundamentals such as basic positions and movements.




Day Th

location Central TIme

7:30-8:15 PM

classes Age






Day W W Sa

Time 5:30-6:30 It.<



Day M Age




Jazz technique begins with alignment and basic coordination. Class includes body isolations, jumps and leaps, and turns.


Day Th

Time 5:00-6:15


Location West Time


4:30·5 :15 PM

Age 10-15

location Central

Jazz II

Day Th



6:15-7:30 It.<


location Central




5:00-6:00 PM


10:00-10:45 AM 4:15-5:00 PM 10:45-11 :30 AM

Creative Movement IV Age 4-5 Day Th

location Central Time

4:15·5:00 PM

Pre-School Ballet and Tap for Tots I Age 2-3

Location Central

Day T


11 :15-11:45 AM

Pre-School Ballet and Tap for Tots II Age







3:00-345 PM 11 :30-11:15 PM

Ballet II


Ballet III

BASIC TAP AND JAZZ Jazz technique begins with alignment and basic coordination. Class includes body isolations, jumps and leaps, and turns. Age 5-6

location Central

Day W Sa


5:00-5:45 It.< 11 :30-11:15 PM

Age 7-10

location Central

Day Tu

Time 4:15-5 :00 PM

Jazz III 10·15

location Central




6:30-7 :30 PM


Basic Hip Hop This class combines fast paced moves with jazz technique that will have you

Creative Play This is a fun, relaxed movement class for children to enjoy. We will do fun move·


Session IV: Aprill-April28 Session V: April 29-May 26

moving and free styling like a pro.

ment and music games.




5-6 Day Th

Central Time 5:45-6 :30 PM

w Oay Tu



$4B M / $72 NM





10:30-11 :00 AM

Discover a variety of mediums including painting, drawing, mosaics and sculpting.

This is a parent/child class. Time 6:30·7 :30 PM Time 6:00·7:00 PM

Location Central Location West

Hip Hop II




3·5 Day F

$42 M / $63 NM TIme 430·5:15 PM


Creative Movement I This is a parent/child class. Learn simple movements and songs with your child.

Age B·12

Location Central




Day Tu

Time 6:30·7 :30 PM


$42 M / $63 NM




M Sa

10:00-10:30 AM 9:00-9:30 AM

LYRICAL Lyrical fuses the grace and technique of ballet with the energy of jazz.

Fee $42 M / $63 NM

Lyrical I:




5:15·6:00 PM


7-10 Oay

Central Time 7:30·B:15 PM


Lyrical II: Age 10-15 Day M

Location Central Time 7:30-B:15 PM

NON RECITAL DANCE CLASSES The classes listed below will not partici· pate in the dance recital. These classes are for recreation. Winter:

January 7-February 24

Spring I:

February 25-April14

Spring II: April 15-June 1



$40 M / $60 NM





5-B 9·12

Th Th

6:15-7:00 PM

5:30-6:15 PM

Young at Art In this class learn basic art skills through the different mediums of art. We will use drawing, painting and ceramics to create your very own art projects. Age 3-5 Day Th M

Fee $30 M / $45 NM Time 5:00-5 :30 PM 11:30-Noon

Location Central

Basic Dance Age 5·7


January 7 - February 3 Session II: February 4-March3 Session III: March 4-March 31

Kids Art Mix!

Creative Movement

Hip Hop I Age 7-10 Day


Session I:

Location Central

Future Chefs Cooking Kids will learn to make different recipes including homemade pretzels, homemade ice cream and morel Students may be asked to donate items for certain recipes

Location Central

during the session.

Hip Hop 1 Age 7·10 Day

Fee $56 M / $84 NM TIme


6:30 ·7 :30 PM

Teen Hip Hop Age 13·16 Day Tu

Fee $56M / $84NM


recipe each day of class. Recipes may include cookies, macaroni and cheese location

$IOM / $15NM Central $36 M / $54 NM Monthly

Oay F Inlermedlale Oay Beginner


Pre-School Cooking Our youngest chefs will create a different

7:30 ·8:15 PM


Fee $55M / $83NM TIme 4:45-5 :45 PM

location Central

Ballroom Dance Age IB & up

Age 6-12 Day Tu

Time 6:00-7 :00 PM Time

7:00-8:00 PM

and more. Age 4-5 Day Tu

Fee $40 M / $60 NM TIme 2:45-3:30 PM



Child Care Rates

Full & Part Time Child Care: Serving children 6 weeks - 5 years old

Our nurturing staff creates experiences

Full Time

where children can be successful and


Open 6:30

challenged. We offer age-appropriate

Toddler Two's

• Traditional Child Care

learning opportunities to encourage indi-


• Drop In Child Care • 2 safe, secure outdoor play grounds

vidual skills and independent choices.

AM -



• 17 acre outdoor pavilion • Recreational swimming

• Creative Curriculum • Occasional weekends • Nutritional lunch and snacks • Indoor gymnasium • Group music lessons • Recreational dance lessons • Let's Move Initiative

Threes, Fours & Fives

Weekly $180 $180 $170 $165 $134

Kindergarten Part Time Weekly Infants

We believe children learn by doing. Our

Toddler Two's

teachers use theme based units that build


Monthly $745 $745 $701 $681 $537

2 Days

3 Days

$95 $95 $90 $85

$141 $141 $135 $117

self confidence as well as educational and social skills. Learning centers include language, math, science, music, art and social interaction. Your child also has the added benefit of additional Y programs such as gymnastics, swim and dance.

• Monthly Parent Committee Meetings • YMCA youth membership included

Infant Program Our infant program is designed to provide a warm, safe, welcoming environment

• Printed TI3"'C::~, • Embroidery • Promotional

where your baby can thrive, with emphasis on creating a loving and healthy place for your child to feel secure. We follow your child's individual sched ule for sleeping, feeding and play.

Toddlers We introduce hands on experiences to

GEntlE, TrustEd DEntAl CArE

We Provide PAtients: rm./reQtthewhoiefomilgD

staff, toddlers succeed in a program

• Dental Hygiene • ZOOMTM loath Whitening • Gum Disease and Oral Cancer Saeening • Metal and Tooth CoIo~ Braces

designed to meet their individual ages

• Smile Makeavers...and more!

promote development of the whole child. Through the guidance of our experienced

and stages.

• Implant Restorations


Preschool Monthly Rates

Using Creative Curriculum, an award-winning curriculum system, our preschools offer the perfect balance of leaming and play. Using exploration and discovery as a way of learning, children develop confidence, creativity, and lifelong critical thinking skills. Each class is taught by a highly qualified and caring teacher. All daily activities are geared to the appropriate age and skill level, building self-esteem and knowledge as we go. Developing a love for learning is our #1 goal.

Fees: Upon registration families are required to pay a non refundable $45 seCLIrity deposit.

Our curriculum includes the following areas: • Language Development • Creative Experience • Fine & Gross Motor Skills • Music/Movement • Science & Discovery • Dramatic Play • Sensory Play Additional Events: • School Pictures • Holiday Parties • Recreational swimming • End of the year Pre-K ceremony • Local Field Trips Additional YMCA Benefits: • Indoor gymnasium • Indoor playground • Music programs • Dance rooms • After school enrichment programs • 17 acre outdoor pavilion • Indoor pool • 2 secure & safe outdoor play areas • Gymnastic play center

21h - 31h year old lITh

9:00 - 11 :00 AM

$95 M / $143 NM

3 - 4 year old lITh



Pre-K (children must be 4 by Sept. 1st) MNV/F MNJ/F MITNJITh M- F

9:00-11:30AM 12:15-2:45PM 12:15-2:45PM 9:00 -11 :30 AM

$140M/$210NM $140M/$21ONM $182M/$273NM $235 M / $470 NM

S.A.F.E (SAFE ACTIVE FUN ENRICHMENT) SAFE is our Before and After School Program provided in surrounding school districts. In select locations, based OIl community need, parents can drop children off for AM Care at 6:30 AM. PM Care is offered at sites and enables parents to have their child cared for in a nurturing and safe environment that provides time for homework assistance mixed with fun and learning activities. All PM Care sites operate from disrrissal time

Registration fee of $35 at the time of registration. New payment options, weekly, bimonthly or monthly. 1$I month is due at time of registration. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Please stop by either branch to register.


through 6:00 PM

The Central Y offers full day child care for children in grades We offer homework assistance, project based learning, creative enrichment activities, supervised athletic play, informal games, nutritional snacks, social opportunities, mentoring and ITllch, much morel In addition, throughout the year your child can enjoy theme days, special events and holiday parties. You will find professional, de pend able and safe care for children in grades K-6 where the YMCA Character values of Caring,

Honesty, Respect and Responsibility are taught in all of our programs. By following the "Let's Move Initiative we are committed to providing a healthy environment for your child. We strive for a staff to child ratio of 1:12. Prior to their employment with The Y, all staff menilers must undergo thorough back{Jround checks and are trained in CPR, FirstAid and child abuse prevention.

K-6 on days off of school. Children not attending field trips wi.

stay at the YMCA and participate in scheduled activities. One week pre-registration is required. Children need to bring a lunch, swim suit, and towel. There needs to be a rrinimum of 5 children enrolled to run an activity day. Sign up the Friday before the week of attendance to avoid $20 late fee. ACTIVITY DAY RATES $30M/$50NM


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2012-13 ACTIVITY DAYS December 26,27,28,31 January 2,3,4,7,21 Febmary 15, 18,28 March 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 April " 19

May 30

SAFE Rates:

AM Weekly Rate 1-3 Day $28. 50 4-5 Day$48.00

PM Weekly Rate 1-3 Day$32.25 4-5 Day$53.00

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LIVEFIT CHALLENGE The Fox Valley Family YMCA and Valley West Community Hospital have partnered together to offer the LiveFit Challenge. The LiveFit Challenge is a 10 week program that promotes healthy lifestyle changes. • YMCA Team Exercise Classes, meet once a week for 1 hour with your team • Additional class opportunities • Full use of Central and West Branch YMCA's • Initial and ending health assessment • Goal Setting with Well ness Staff • Interactive Food Journaling • Additional YMCA activities and exercise goals and opportunities • Weekly discussions and presentations offered by Valley West Community Hospital which provide information on creating a healthy relationship with food • Support through teamwork and goals During the 10 weeks there will be weigh-ins, weekly team goals, and information to help participants Live Fit. All classes can be modified for all fitness levels. The LiveFit Challenge offers more support, more details, and more guidance and is more hands on than in the past. Valley West Community Hospital will host their programs every Thursday evenings at 6:30 PM in the Valley West Medical Building. Doors will open at 6:00 PM for weekly weigh-ins and programs will begin at 6:30 PM. For information about the Valley West Community Hospital Meetings contact the Community Wellness Department at 815-786-3962. Prizes will be awarded to the top male and top female with the highest percentage of body weight loss. Prizes will also be awarded to the First Place Team based on percentage of program participation points. The cost includes all seminars and discussions offered through Valley West Community Hospital, YMCA Membership and any YMCA group exercise class, including a mandatory once a week Live Fit Class and a special LiveFit Shirt. This program is for individuals 18 and up. Registration deadline is February 15·. Valley West Medical Office Building-1310 N. Main Street, Sandwich Group Fitness Kick Off Sampler/y Orientation Monday, February 1B'" Kick Off and Initial Weigh-In, Thursday, February 21" Final Weigh/Finale Celebration Thursday, May 2"' $30 YMCA Member / $BO Non-Member

When You're Comfortable... We're Comfortable


Weekly Exercise Classes Options West Branch Monday 10:30 AM, 6:30 PM Tuesday 10:30 AM, 5:00 PM Wednesday 4:30 ""

tVArLEY WEST Community Hospital

Central Branch Monday 7:00 AM, 5:30PM Tuesday 6:30PM

We will do our best to accommodate your request but depending on class participation some participants may be asked to change their class time. LiveFit participants must attend the weekly class they are assigned to, points will not be given for make-up classes.

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Fax: (630) 896-1198

(630) 896-1560




This workout is set up according to the

member's goals and current fitness level.

Getting started is the hardest part of any new habit so let us give you the "YMCA

Rates listed are for Fox Valley Family Y members, please call for non-member rates. All personal training sessions are 1

Wellness Coaching

Keys" to success. This four session FREE program is available to all members. You will meet with a wellness coach four

Winter Session: January 7 - February 23 Spring Session: February 25 - April 13 Spring II Session: April 15 - June 1

Lil' Tykes Fit & Fun

Class is designed to get your children

hour and scheduled by appointment only. Please call to schedule your personal

times for a half hour to learn the best

excited about fitness at an early age. We will play fun fitness games to keep

training sessions.

ways to make fitness a new habit. You

kids active. Your child will also receive a

will learn how to use all the equipment Benefits of Personal Training

• One-an-one attention by nationally certified personal trainers • Specialized workouts tailored to individual needs • Preparation for a variety of sports activities

• Recovering/increasing fitness levels • Body fat reduction • Cardiovascular and disease prevention • Motivation and encouragement

• Accountability One Hour Individual Session Single $40 3 pack $120 5 pack $175 8 pack $264 12 pack $378 One Hour Partner Session Single $30 per person 5 pack $125 per person 8 pack $185 per person 12 pack $218 per person

medal upon completion of class.

we have to offer and will be given the




tools you need to succeed. Stop by the front desk to schedule your appointment. Ages 18 and up


$30 M / $45 NM


Day W

Time 11:45-11:15PM

Fit Family Fridays

Cardio Dance Kids

Friday nights are the perfect time to

Cardia Dance is a combination of dance and fitness moves to the latest music.

spend an hour with the family getting fit. These Fridays will be open to all ages. Every class will be a different workout from obstacle courses to Yoga to Zumba l Friday classes will be held on the third FREE to all members. •

Healthy Lifestyles

The Healthy Lifestyles program is designed by Stanford University Prevention Research Center. This 10 month program meets twice a month for 75 minutes in a group setting with others who are also trying to achieve a lifestyle change goal. The meetings are facilitated by a Y Healthy Lifestyles Instructor. Through monthly short term goals set by you and with the support of the group you will achieve your long term goals. Days and times will be determined by instructor and participants. Age


18 and up $100M/$150NM

Location Central

This class is designed to be safe and effective while kids have fun. Age 6-11

Day Tu

Fee $2 per class

Location Central

Time 6:00 - 6:30 PM

Black Light Kids Cardio

Come for a fun time of exercise under black lights. Put a spin on your kids exercise routine. This will be a non-stop, glow in the dark good time. Don't forget to wear white. Age












Yoga Kids

This class will focus on strength, balance flexibility and fun while helping increase self esteem and body awareness. Beginner level yoga poses will be introduced through the use of creativity, imagery and musIc. Age 6-11

$2 per class


Day Tu

Time 6:30-7:00 PM

Location Central

Girls Only Action Hour

This program strengthens young girls' physical. emotional and mental well-being and improves the ir overall self-esteem and body image. This class will guide teen girls into the world of fitness and hea~h in a safe, fun environment. The program is 15 minutes of interactive learning on nutrition and 45 minutes of coach led group exercise. Ages



9-11 11-15

Wed Mon

6:00-7:00PM 6:00-7:00 PM

Fee $50M / S75NM


Kids Triathlon

"Kids Can Tri Too" is for all kids of all fitness levels and abilrties. This fun event gives kids something to work for in an effort to keep them active. Kids will do a 200 yard swim in our indoor pool followed by a 2 mile bike and a 1 mile run on our outdoor track. Race will be followed by a family after-party. Every participant will receive a finisher's medal and t-shirt. Ages B-11

Fee $10

Day Sunday, May 5

Time 10:00 AM

Teen Strength $40 per teen (5 weeks)

Straight up Strength for Guys Only

Teens learn the fundamentals of strength training, as well as Wellness Center etiquette. The focus will be on building a knowledgeable base to put into practice, with emphasis on form and safety. Teens will be permitted a special access pass to the Wellness Center during class. After successful completion of class teens will be awarded an Access Pass to the Wellness Center for teens under the age of 14. Age




S25 M

Central or West

Day M orW

Date Jan 7-Feb 16

Feb 15-March 17 April IS-May IS

ADULT FITNESS Winter Session: January 7 - February 23 Spring Session: February 25 - April 13 Spring II Session: April 15 - June 1

YMCA Boot Camp

Boot Camp is for individuals looking to be pushed to the next level to cut fat, tone muscles, increase energy, build endurance, maintain exercise discipline, or to try something new. The result : a great workout and great calorie burner. Instructors will work wrth all frtness levels from beginners to advanced I Age Fee IB&Up $70M/$105NM Time 5:00-6:00 AM

Day M-F Location Central or West

Time 4:30 - 5:30 PM

Location Central

This class is for men that want to add strength training and weight lifting to their routines. Class is held in the wellness center with one of our male fitness coaches guiding you through a great workout each week. Age


11-16 Day

$45M/$6BNM Time


4:30-5:00 PM

Location Central or WesJ.

Women on Weights

Ladies if you are looking to enhance your current workout or just to get started, this is a great class for you l WO.W will focus on gaining muscular strength, tone and endurance through the use of weights. All muscle groups will be covered, along with information on program design so you can put your newfound knowledge to workl You will become very comfortable in the free weight area of the Wellness Center by the end of this class. Age 1B & Up

Fee $45 M I $68 NM

Day Tu

TIme 7:00-7 :30 PM 9:00-9 :30 AM


Location Central or We'fl.

Wrestling Power Hour

Come to the West Branch for an informative hour session of wrestling throws, maneuvers, know how and conditioning. Ben Soloff has 15 years experience in wrestling, is state ranked and nationally recognized. For more information call the West Branch. Age






Day M



Jan 7

4:00 - 5:00 PM

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Group Exercise Classes The Y offers several classes each week, all designed with a variety of fitness enthusiasts in mind. Group exercise classes are included in our YMCA memberships. Group class schedules are


815.496.9000 630.552.9640

subject to change, based on class size and seasonal fluctuations.

Aqua Fitness With four convenient times to work out, it has never been a better time to come and try out an aquatic fitness class. Aquatic fitness classes are a fun lower-impact way to get your body moving, improve strength and flexibility, and develop all-around fitness. Classes are offered throughout the week at 5 :30 AM, 9:00 AM,



and 7:30 PM. Each of these


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fun classes is led by enthusiastic and professional fitness instructors. For more information and current schedule please call at 630-552-4100 or stop by the Central Branch.


FOX VALLEY YMCA FLYERS The Fox Valley Flyers is the competitive team from our YMCA. The Flyers compete in both YMCA and USAG meets throughout Illinois and Wisconsin. The Flyers also have the opportunity to q I for YMCA Nationals which are held in a different state each year. The Flyers Team consists of levels 4 through 9 and has approximately 40 gymnasts competing. The girls have worked hard to get through all the instructional levels to earn their way to team. Team try-outs are held each year in June as a part of our annual Summer Gymnastics Camp. The Flyers are coached by Karen Delker, Amy Killey, Dani lorfida and Chloe' Delker. Our goal as coaches is and always has been to not only make this a strong, winning team, but to teach our girls the importance of working together and supporting each other. We believe what they learn here will stay with them long after their gymnastics careers.

NATIONALS 2012 The Fox Valley Flyers returned from Milwaukee, WI with many National titles! At level 4, Kaitlyn Lane won 1st place AA at the JR level. At level 5, Olivia Borowiak won first place AA at the JR level. Bella Macciomei, also a level 5, took home 1st place AA in the senior division. There were over 1700 gymnasts competing at this meet, and out of the 20 gymnasts that Fox Valley brought, 18 of them medaled! We are proud of all of our girls and are looking forward to Savannah, Georgia for Nationals

in 2013! NATIONAL


1995 Savannah, GA 1996 Toledo, DH 1997 San Diego, CA 1998 Hanover, PA 1999 Savannah, GA 2000 Tacoma, WA 2001 Toledo, DH 2002 Niagara Falls, NY 2003 Savannah, GA 2004 Hatboro, PA 2005 EauClaire, WI 201 0 San Diego, CA




2006 Hanover, PA 2007 Seattle, WA 2008 Sheboygan, WI 2009 Philadelphia, PA 2011 Toledo, DH 2012 Milwaukee, WI


Girls' Beginner I This is a fun filled class for girls who would like to learn about gymnastics. This includes rolls,

Advanced Beginner This class has tumblers working on backhend skills and flip flops, as well as continuing to improve body positions and form. Must have Director's approval.

handstands, walking on the beam, swinging on the bars, and learning how to

Intermediate For gymnasts who are able

use the spring board to vault.

to do flip flops. They will learn faster,

Girls' Beginner II After Beginner 1, we will focus on glide swings on bars,

stronger tumbling and work on back tucks and front tumbling. Must have Directors approval.

cartwheels, backbends, leaps and various vault and beam skills.


Girls' Advanced Continuing from Beg


All classes start at age 6, girls are in class by skill level not age. Any level past

II, we now teach hip pullovers, casting, backbend kick-overs, round-offs, turns,

1 needs instructor approval.

Advancement from each level may take

vault drills.

anywhere from 3 months to 2 years,

Girls' Transitional Meets twice a week

Cheer 1 Focuses on: cartwheels, roundoffs, backbend kick-overs.

depending on the individual gymnast. The Y reserves the right to move gymnasts to

for 1 hour each. Front/back walk overs,

the appropriate levels, combine classes, cancel classes and change times during

flip flops, back hip circles, tap swings, back ex-rolls and handstands on beam

the course of all sessions.

will be taught.


Girls' Intensive This class meets twice

Cheer 3/4 Round off flip-flop, punch fronts, aerials will be taught. When flip-

a week for 2 hours each time. If team is

flops are mastered, backs will be taught.

Tumbling Tykes 12 -J with a parent) This class is designed for children to learn how to interact with other children while exploring the exciting world of gymnastics. We will work on coordination through activities on the equipment as well as teach basic rolls, cartwheels and jumps.

Mighty Tykes 21ages 4--5) Gymnasts will learn some of the basics of gymnastics, such as rolls, cartwheels and handstands. We will work on all 4 events as we start to learn how to work in a group without Mom or Dad.

Cheer 2 Continues from level 1. Standing flip-flops, front hand springs, preparation for aerials

your goal, you are on your way. PROPER ATTIRE


No tights, jewelry, especially earrings, watches, loose clothes, jeans or pants. No

Beginner This class works on body positions such as straight, tuck, straddle and hollow. It also includes basic tumbling moves such as cartwheels, round-offs and rolls. Boys Tumbling Hey boys, this is just foryou l Learn gymnastics skills such as forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, flip flops and morel

zippers, belts, necklaces, shorts with rivets or shorts with drawstrings. All earrings must be taken out before class, the Y is not responsible for lost jewelry. Hair must be tied back out of face. Braided

hair is okay. Advance level and above must wear leotards to class, tight biker style shorts may be worn, no loose shorts.

Session I: January 7 - February 23 PROGRAM

Session II: February 25 - April 13

Session III: April 15 - June 1 THUR





Tumbling Tykes

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

9:00 - 10:00 AM

9:00 -1 0:00 AM

9:00 - 10:00 AM

Mighty Tykes

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

10:00 - 11 :00 AM


9:00 - 10:00 AM

6:00 - 7:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

10:00 - 11 :00 AM



5:00 - 6:00 PM


Beginners II

$70 M/$105 NM

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

6:00 - 7:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

6:00 - 7:00 PM

6:00 - 7:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

Girls Advanced

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

Transitional (2X/week)

$127 M/$190 NM

6:00 - 7:00 PM

Intensive (2X/week)

$195 M/$292 NM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

9:00 - 10:00 AM 11 :00 -Noon

5:00 - 6:00 PM

10:00 - 11 :00 AM

10:00 - 11 :00 AM

6:00 - 7:00 PM 6:00 - 8:00 PM

6:00 - 8:00 PM

CO-ED CLASSES 6:00 - 7:00 PM

11 :00 - Noon


$70 M/$105 NM

Boys Only

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM

Adv. Beginner

$70 M/$105 NM

6:00 - 7:00 PM


$70 M/$105 NM

4:00 - 5:00 PM

Cheer 2

$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM


$70 M/$105 NM

5:00 - 6:00 PM


$70 M/$105 NM

4:00 - 5:00 PM 5:00 - 6:00 PM

11:00 - Noon

Co-Ed Volleyball Leagues (18-up)

Over-3D Men's Baskelball League

Academy of Marlial Arls

This league is designed for those seeking

Weekly standings will be kept, IHSA officials

Isshin Shorinji Ryu is an eclectic Okinawan

organized league play at recreational or

will ref games and all basketball rules/regula-

art form created as a personal develop-

advanced levels. Teams must have at least 2

tions will be enforced. Good sportsmanship is

ment system. Students develop physically,

females and 4 males. If you are an experi-

the responsibility of every captain, player and

mentally, and spiritually. Students gain

enced volleyball player familiar with passing,

spectator. All fees must be paid prior to the

mastery of blocking, punching, kicking, throw-

setting and hitting, the "Advanced League"

first game. Please indicate if you would like to

ing, trapping, and the use of the traditional

is the division for you. If you're looking for a

be on our SINGLES team. To register an entire

Okinawan weapons, the Bo and Sai. Students

fun night of organized co-ed volleyball, think

team please contact Sports Department.

improve the mind-body connection and gain

about entering your team in our "Competitive

Days: Time:

greater personal respect, confidence, and

League," These leagues fill up fast, we have a 10 team maximum, sign up early!

League Dates: January 10 - April 4 ~(dates/1imes

are subject to change do:v emirl] on # of teams)

Thursday nights, 6:30-10:30 pm game time $285 per team, per season

Monday & Wednesday 6:30 - 9:30 PM

Fees: $220 per team January 7 - February 23 February 25 - April 13

April 15 - May 29

Men's Noon Baskelball(ages 18 & up) The gym has been reserved pick-up games. 2 game in a row max per team. FREE for FVF members. Monday, Wednesday, Friday Noon-1:30 PM $5 for non members

Route 47 just north of Route 71 - Yorkville 630-553-6195

respect for others. Classes held at Central. Youth Classes (Ages 6 and up) Days: Saturdays Times: Beginner, 9:00-9:55 AM Adv. Beginner, 10:00-10:55 AM


$34M/$51 NM

Adult Classes Days: Mondays & Wednesdays Times: Beginner, 5:30-6:30 PM Advanced, 6:30-8:00 PM Fees:

Beginner, $50 M / $75NM Advanced, $55 M / $82 NM

My First Sports

Y Winners Basketball League

Winter: January 14 - February 13 Spring I: February 18 - March 20 Spring II: AprilS - May 8

This league is our step up where the

The emphasis will be placed on fun,

focus is on the continued development

fitness and making friends. All teams will

Level 1 This program is for YMCA Preschool students. Kids will spend time learning the basic fundamentals for baseball, soccer, floor hockey, basketball, flag football and more. Class is held at the Fee: Time:

of skills. More offensive and defensive

have one practice during the week and

strategies will be introduced and rules will be more progressively enforced.

one game on Saturday morning/afternoon. T-shirts and awards are given to all

Fouls will be called and scores will be

participants. All practices and games held

kept but FUN is still our priority. Games will be played on Saturday, time TBA.

at the Central Branch.



Jan 7 - Feb 13 $50 M/ $75

Central Y. Monday 11 :30-Noon

Wednesday 3:00-3:30 PM

Level 2 The focus will work to continue on developing fundamentals and making sure the kids have fun l Class held at the Central Y. Age: Fee:

6-8 $30 M/ $45 NM




4:15-4:45 PM




$30 M/ $45 NM

Bitty Basketball League YMCA basketball emphasizes equal playing time for player development and building core values within a participant. Players will learn about respect, responsibility, honesty and caring along with the

Grade 3-4: Tuesday Wednesday Grade 5-6: Tuesday Wednesday

4:30-5:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM 5:30-6:30 PM 4:30-5:30 PM

always needed I Dates Jan 7 - Feb 23

Fee Location $40 M/ $60 NM Central


Monday Tuesday Tuesday Grade 1-2: Wednesday Thursday Thursday

5:00-5:45 5:00-5:45 6:00-6:45 5:00-5:45 4:00-4:45 5:00-5:45

"' "' "' "' "' "'

February 25 - April 13



Practices: 4yrs-K:

Tuesday Tuesday



5:15-6:00 PM

Grade 1-2:Thursday

5:00-6:00 PM

Grade 3-6:Tuesday

6:00-7:00 PM

Baseball Pitching & Hitting Clinic Your child will learn proper stretching,

January, February, March, April and May. For 3,d thru 8th graders, YBA takes

arm angles, indoor/outdoor pitching drills,

basketball to the next level through learning offensive and defensive strate-

understanding the count and appropriate conditioning for recuperating a fatigued arm. In addition to learning pitching tech-

gies accompanied with intense skills practices. Get ready for the next level I All

niques, the last 30 minutes of each class will reverse the roles of smart pitching to

practices are held at the Central Y.

smart batting. During the hitting portion


Tuesday, 6:30-8:00 Ffv1 & Saturday, 2:30-4:00 PM


$50 M/ $ 75 NM

Register: 1 week prior to first practice Ages:

3rd-8th grade Boys & Girls

Floor Hockey Clinic Winter: January 7 - February 19 Spring I: February 21 - April 3 Spring II: April 10 - May 22

Get a step up on the competition for next



YMCA Basketball Academy (YBA)

technical skills of the game. Games are played Saturday mornings. Price includes team t-shirts. Volunteer coaches are

Indoor Floor Hockey

season. Participants in this clinic at the West Branch will work on basic funda-

of the class, players will learn how to use the pitcher's strategies against them, as well as learning proper stance, swinging mechanics, how to generate power, and how to hit different pitch locations. Saturdays, April 14 - May 26

Fee: $50 M/ $75 NM 9-14yrs 9:00-10:00AM 6-8yrs 10:15-11:15AM

Family Kickball

mentals of floor hockey such as passing,

Bring the entire family out to play some kickball I Team will be split at the field

shooting, stick handling, positioning, goal tending and much morel

before each game and play for an hour. Sign up individually or as a familyl


4 yrs_2 nd grade, 4:00-5:00 PM 3rC 6th grade, 5:00-6:00 PM Tuesday


$35 M/ $53 NM


January 12, February 9, March 9, April 13, May 11 Age: 6 & up Fee: $5 per person or $20 for a family of 4+


Saturday, 4:30-5:30


Dad & Me Sports

Indoor Soccer Leagues

Youth Flag Football

Join our indoor soccer league to keep

Join us this spring for flag football. This

Each week we will introduce a new sport

your young soccer player active during

or game. Parents will be able to work

the months when it's too cold to play

is to help team players learn the basics of football as well as expand their knowl-

with their kids on different drills and skill

outside. Teams will have one practice

edge and understanding of the game.

development for five weeks. Clinic is held

during the week, and a game on Saturday

Participation, sportsmanship and fun are

at West Branch.

morning/afternoon at the Central Branch. T-shirts and awards will be given to all

our top priorities. Games will be played

Winter: Spring I: Spring II: Fee: Time:


February 25 - April 13


Grade 1-2:Monday Grade 3-6:Wednesday

4yr - k:

4:15-5:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM

Spring Soccer League

tional time. Games will be played on Saturday mornings. T-shirts & awards will be given to all participants. VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDEDI Register by: April 4th. All practices and games held at the

Central Y. April 15 - May 26 Fee: $50 M / $ 75 NM Practices: Dates:

Monday Wednesday

Grade 1-2:Monday Grade 3-6:Wednesday

5:15-6:00 PM 5:15-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM 5:00-6:00 PM

Ultimate Frisbee


Monday Thursday

$50M/$75NM Saturday 10:30-11 :15 AM

Back by popular demand this camp is designed to work on improving the players skill in the game of volleyball. Each

goal. Games will be played at Central. Spring I: Days:

January 12 - February 23 March 2 - April 13 April 20 - June 1 Saturday 4:00 - 5:00 Ffv1



athletic performance within their sport. Certified staff will work with kids to help them develop proper running form and agility techniques. Camp is held at West Winter: Spring I: Spring II: Fee: Time:

January 14 - February 13 February 18 - March 20 April 8 - May8

$50M/$75NM Saturday 1:30-3:00 Ffv1

Boxing Camps

skill and then blending and applying each skill to game situations. Camp will be held at Central. Camp will be coached

No need to purchase any equipment we have everything you need to learn this fun and exciting way to make yourself stron-

by Katie Anderson, who brings her years

ger, faster and develop better eye hand

of experience of volleyball to the Y from

coordination. Safety will be emphasized

coaching youth all the way to collegiate

in a fun and positive environment. Camp is held at West.

playing and coaching. Winter: January 12 - February 9 Spring: April 20 - May 18

play. This is a game between two teams another until they cross their opponent's

Speed Workshop This is for kids looking to improve their

week is designated to work in a specific

Fee: $30M / $50 NM

whose players try to toss a frisbee to one

5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM 5:00-6 :00 PM


7-9: 10-12:

Spring I:


Youth Volleyball Camp

This is an exciting game for everyone to



$50 M I $75 NM

Tuesday Wednesday Grade '-2: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Grade 3-4:

Combined with a fun environment, this program places an emphasis on instruc-

4 yrs-K:


April 15 - June 1


Fee: $50 M / $ 75 NM Practices: 4 yrs-K:

on Saturday afternoons. Dates


January 14 - February 13 February 18 - March 20 April 8 - May8

Saturday Saturday

8:45-9:30 AM 9:30-10:30AM

Winter: January 14 - February 13 Spring I: February 18 - March 20 Spring II: April 8 - May 8

Fee: $50 M / $75 NM 8-12:


5:00-6:00 PM




17 & up:




Swim 100

All Aqua Force Swim Schoollnstructors are certified by and follow the "Swim Lessons University" swim lesson program. Swim Lessons University is an official partner with the World Aquatic Babies and Children Network and is USA Swimming "Make A Splash" approved. If you are new to the program or are not sure at what level to place your child, take advantage of a free swim evaluation. The Aqua Force Swim School Staff will determine the appropriate level for your child. Registering for the appropriate swim level will help your child get the maximum benefit from the class. Choose from one of the following evaluation days. EVALUATION DATES Saturday, January 5 Noon Saturday, February 2 Noon Saturday, March 2 Noon Saturday, April 6 Noon Saturday, May 4 Noon

Parenl and Me 101 (ages


1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00


6-J6 months)

This course is a parent and child course. During the course parents will learn a child-centered, age appropriate and progressive approach to begin teaching infants and toddlers to swim and be safe around water.


Advanced Swim Slroke 300

This course will turn beginners into

This course is for children ages 3-5

swimmers using progressive, but child

who have mastered "Swim Strokes

focused and age appropriate, approach

200." Advanced Swim Strokes 300

that focuses on fundamental swimming

is a progressive advanced strokes course

skills such as Freestyle kick, Breath Holding, Breath Control, Back kick, in-line

that teaches breaststroke and butterfly

kick and Paddle Stroke. There are three course available depending on your child's age. Swim 101 for children ages

freestyle and backstroke using age appropriate techniques. There are three

3-5, Swim 102 for children ages 6-9, Swim 103 for children 9 and older.

to swimmers who have already mastered

course available depending on your child's age. Swim Stroke 301 is for children ages 3-5, Swim Stroke 302 is for children ages 6-9 and Swim Stroke 303 is

Swim Slroke 200

for children ages 9 and older.

Swim Strokes 200 is a progressive strokes who have mastered the skills in Swim 100. Swim Strokes 200 is a course that teaches entry-level swim-


Class is constructed around the abili-

mers the formal strokes of freestyle

ties and taken at a pace that works for

and backstroke using age appropriate

the swimmer. Class times are set up

techniques. There are three course available depending on your child's age.

between the instructor and the swimmer

Swim Stroke 201 is for children ages 3-5,

can change/adjust whenever needed.


Swim Stroke 202 is for children ages 6-9

Private lesson request forms are available

and Swim Stroke 203 is for children ages

at the front desk.

9 and older.

Half Hour: $20 M I $30 NM One Hour: $40 M I $60 NM Package of 6, 30 minute lessons $105 M/$160 NM

SWIM SESSION DATES January 7 - January 31

Wintor I: Wintor II: Spring I: Spring II:

February 4 - February 28 March 4 - March 28 April 1 - April 25


Wintor: January 5 -February 23 Spring: March 2 - April 20


Members may register for classes at any time. Non-members may register 2 weeks prior to class start date.





Paront Child Parent and Me 101

10:00 - 10:30 ",

10:00 - 10:30 AM

9:00 - 9:30 AM

4:00 - 4:30 '"

4:00 - 4:30 '"

9:30 - 10:00 '" 10:00 - 10:30 ", 10:30-11:oo AM

10:30-11:00 ", 4:00 - 4:30 '" 4:30 - 5:00 '" 5:00 - 5:30 '"

4:00 - 4:30 '" 4:30-5:00 ", 5:00 - 5:30 '"

9:00 - 9:30 AM 9:30 - 10:00 '" 10:00 - 10:30 AM 10:30-11:oo AM 11:oo-11:30 AM

10:30-11:oo AM

9:00 - 9:30 AM

4:00 - 4:30 '" 4:30-5:00 ",

9:30 - 10:00 '" 10:00 - 10:30 AM 10:30-11:oo AM 11:oo-11:30 AM

Youth Classes Swim 101

Swim 102

4:00 - 4:30 '" 4:30 - 5:00 '" 5:00 - 5:30 '"

5:00 - 5:30 '" Swim 103

5:00 - 5:30 '"

Swim Strokes 201

Swim Strokes 202

5:00 - 5:30 '"

11:00-11:30 ",


9:00 - 9:30 AM

4:30 - 5:00 '" 5:00 - 5:30 '"

5:00 - 5:30 '"

9:30 - 10:00 '" 10:00 - 10:30 ", 10:30-11:oo AM 11:oo-11:30 AM

4:30 - 5:00 '" 5:00 - 5:30 '"

11:00-11:30 ", 4:30-5:00 ",

9:00 - 9:30 '" 9:30 - 10:00 '" 10:00 - 10:30 AM 10:30-11:oo AM 11:oo-11:30 AM

5:00 - 5:30 '"

Swim Stroke 203

11:30-11:00 PM

11:30-11:00 PM

5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1* 4:30 - 5:00 '"

5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1* 4:30-5:00",

Advanced Swim Strokes 302

5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1*

5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1*

10:00 - 10:30 AM 10:30-11:oo AM

Advanced Swim Strokes 303

4:30 - 5:00 '" 5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1*

4:30-5:00", 5:00 - 5:30 '" 5:30 - 6:00 Ffv1*

11:oo-11:30 AM 11:30-11:00 PM

Advanced Swim Strokes 301

10:00 - 10:30 AM 10:30-11:oo AM

*5:30 - 6:30 PM classes are only available for Spring I and Spring /I sessions.


Parents must take their children into pool area through the locker rooms. Children need their own towels and swim suits. Swim caps and goggles are available for purchase. Once class has started, parents exit through the locker rooms to observe the class in the pool viewing hallway. Parents will need to pick up their children near the locker room doors after lessons are finished. Only children ages 5 & under are allowed to pass through the opposite sex locker rooms. Make-up classes will no longer be offered due to limited availability. Classes may be cancelled or closed based on enrollment. POOL RULES

The lifeguard on duty has final authority on rules and safety. No food, drink or gum allowed in the pool area. Anyone under the age of 14 must pass a swim test to be permitted in the deep end of the pool. No running, pushing, dunking or horse plays of any kind in the pool. All swimmers must be in proper swim attire. The starting blocks are for competitive and swim lessons only. Only Coast Guard certified personal flotation devices are allowed. No water wings or other inflatables. Rules are subject to change. Children ages 12 and above can swim without a parent present. Children 1 0- 11 must have a parent in the pool area. Children under of the age of 10 must have a parent in the water with them at all times.

in the development of your technique and endurance. If you have never been a part of a competitive swim program? These clinics are a great way to preview our summer and fall swim team practices.


New swimmer placement will take place on March 18, 21 and 25 from 5:00-6:00 PM.


Beginner Clinic

State and National Training (Senior and Black groups only)

Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:00-7:00 PM $80 M/$120 NM

April 15-May 24 Monday-Thursday 5:00-7:00 PM Friday 4:30-6:30 PM $175 Swimmers must be members of the FVF YMCA

Aqua Force Stroke Clinics April1-May 23

Aqua Force will be offering three different competitive swim clinics based on the ability of the swimmer. All are designed to improve stroke technique and increase endurance. Whether you are a current or former team member, this clinic will assist


Olympic Swim Clinic Take advantage of a once in a lifetime opportunity to swim with four time Olympic medalist and world record holder Cullen Jones. Cullen will be at the Y to offer a 2 hour competitive swimming clinic including time both in and out of the water. There will be time for pictures and autographs. Each clinic is limited to the first 40 participants. Participants must be able to swim 25 yards of each competitive stroke. Age 8 & up

Fee $75M / $90 NM

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May 18 May 18

Time 12:00-2:15 PM 1:15-3:30 PM

Intermediate Clinic Monday / Wednesday 6:00-7:30 PM $100 M/$150 NM

Advanced Clinic Monday-Thursday 6:00-7:30 PM $120 M / 180 M

Masters The Aqua Force Masters is an organized swim team for anyone over the age of 18. Come improve your swimming skills and endurance with the Aqua Force Masters. All are welcome from those wishing to compete in Triathlons and United States Masters sanctioned swim meets to those just wanting to stay in shape and have fun. All practices will be lead by Fox Valley Family YMCA's professional coaching staff. Session Dates Winter: January 7-March 1 Spring: March 4-April 26 Pricing Members $95 per session + optional $40 annuallLMSA registration Non Members $185 per session + optional $40 annuallLMSA registration Practices Monday and Wednesday 7:30-8:30 PM Friday 6:30-7:30 PM


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American Red Cross Lifeguarding Become a certified lifeguard following the American Red Cross Lifeguarding program. The Red Cross program is one of the most universally recognized programs for Lifeguard training. Certification is good for 2 years from the date of completion and includes the CPR and First Aid component. For ages 15 & up. Course Dates February 4th, 6th, 8th, 9th and 10th March 18th, 20th, 22nd, 23rd and 24th April 15th, 17th, 19th, 20th and 21 st Course Times Monday 4:00 - 9:00 Wednesday 4:00 - 9:00 Friday 4:00 - 8:00 Saturday 8:00 - 5:00 Sunday 9:00 - 4:00 Course Fee $200M / $275NM

Aqua Fitness With four convenient times to work out, it has never been a better time to come and try out an aquatic fitness class. Aquatic fitness classes are a fun lower-impact way to get your body moving, improve strength and flexibility, and develop all-around fitness. Classes are offered throughout the week at 5:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 4:30 PM and 7:30 PM. Each of these fun classes is led by enthusiastic and professional fitness instructors. For more information and current schedule please call at 630-552-4100 or stop by the Central Branch. Monthly Pass Cost $25 M/$50 NM

American Heart Association CPR (not health care provider) Age !8 & Up

Fee $25M / $38NM

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Program Registration Information: All classes require advance registration and fee payment. Programs will not be prorated. To receive the discounted member rate you must be a member of the Fox Valley Family YMCA. Classes may meet on some holidays, please check with your instructor. All private lessons must be registered and paid for at the front desk. Programs with low enrollment are generally cancelled one week prior to start date. By participating in a YMCA program it is assumed that all participants using the facilITY agree to the waiver of liability. Waiver can be on your program receipt. Two fees are listed by each class. The first fee is the discounted fee a FULL PRIVILEGE MEMBER pays and the second is the fee a NON-MEMBER pays.

Youth Restrictions: All children 11 and under must be in a supervised activity or with an adult 1B or older wh en using the facilITY. Children 14 or older may use the FITness Center. Only children ages 5 and under are allowed to pass through the opposite sex locker rooms. Parents are encouraged to change all children of opposite sex age 5 and under in the designated areas. ADA Statement: The Fox Valley Family YMCA supports the intent and spirit of the Americans WITh DisabilITies Act. The Central Branch is handicapped accessible including a chair lift for entry and exit int%ut of our pool and lot to access our second floor. The West Br anch is handicapped accessible as well.

Program Cancellation Policy: Your opinion is important to us, if there is anything we can do to imr:xove your member experience please let us know. Programs cancelled by the Y will result in a full credit or refund. Classes missed due to weather, holidays, illness, acts of God or choice of participants cannot be made up, credited or refunded.

Code of Conduct: In keeping WITh our Christian values: Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility, all members are expected to behave appropriately while using the facilities . Those who choose to act inappropriately as defined by YMCA staff may be asked to leave the building. Repeat offenses can lead to a membership suspension or revoking all privileges.

All program cancellations requested by participants must be in writing 5 business days before the start of the class and may result in a $10 service fee. Cancellation policy is subject to change, and can be found online.

*The Fox Valley Family YMCA reserves the right to ron sex ottander and violent ottander checks on any and al/ members and guests. Which can result in denied access to the YMCA facilities and programs.

Holiday / Refund Disclaimer: The Y does not hold classes on certain holidays so that our members and participants may spend time with their families. We do not prorate for these classes. If your class falls on a holiday please enjoy time with your family. These holidays include: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Halloween Evening, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve. The Y does not refund or prorate classes due to facility closures due to weather. Waiting Lists: You may request to be !>aced on the program's waiting list if a class has reached the maximum. However, the waiting list is not a guarantee that the class will be offered or that registration is confirmed. Payment must be received at the time of registration to hold your spot on the roster.

Gift Certificates: Gift certificates are nonrefundable . We are not responsible for lost or stolen gift certificates. Gift certificates won through other organizations are only valid for 6 months from date of donation. Scholarships: It is the policy of the Y to provide services for any adult, senior or child who desires to participate and understands the benefits of the YMCA, regardless of ability to pay the standard membership or program fee. Those not able to pay the full fee may be awarded partial assistance based on their demonstrated ability to pay and the YMCA's abilITY to fund the subsidy. Financial Aid will only be pro vid ed for Fox Valley Family YMCA members. Families receiving Financial Aid will be eligible to receive a maximum of $1000.00 for every six months


Walk into any of our program sites or facilities and you will see people of all ages and incomes. If a person or family is unable to pay for membership, scholarships may be provided through donations from generous businesses, foundations and individuals. The demand for scholarships and program sponsorships increases every year. More than ',000 individuals received assistance last year. Your gifts are needed to keep the YMCA open to all. Contributions can be made with stock, cash, credit card or through a small increase to your monthly membership bank draft. CAPITAL CAMPAIGN: In addition to

annual contributions for scholarship and program support, our YMCA is actively reinvesting in facilities to meet the needs of kids, teens, families and seniors for generations to come. Every gift, large or small, is important as we look to your YMCA's future. ENDOWMENT/ HERITAGE CLUB: The

Heritage Club is an organization of peope who have shown their long.term interest and support of our YMCA by either a direct contribution to the Endowment Fund, or by including the YMCA in their estate plans. It is the commitment rather than the amount that is the basic factor in qualifying as a Heritage Club member. HERITAGE CLUB MEMBERSHIP: An

individual or couple is qualified for Heritage Club membership by any of the following: An outright gift to the YMCA Endowment Fund of cash, securities, \Xoperty or other marketable assets. Creation of a unitrust, annuity trust, gift annuity, pooled路income fund, short路term trust or other life estate program. Naming the Fox Valley Family YMCA as the eventual recipient of a life insurance policy, qualified retirement plan, 401 Ik), 403 Ib), or IRA. Naming the Fo x Valley Family YMCA to receive a bequest in one's will. Expressing intent to do anyone of the foregoing at such time as circumstances permit. VOLUNTEER : Donate your timel The Y

is always looking for volunteers. Youth who volunteer are less likely to engage in risky behavior, are more likely to feel connected to their communities, and tend to do better in school. Fin out a volunt eer application.


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All members must pay a join fee (provided that membership does not lapse for 60 days). If upgrading your membership, the difference in the Join Fees will be charged. If a member rejoins within the 60 day grace period the member will be required to pay a prorated amount back to the last active membership date. All members must present identification when joining. Family Membership: Our family policy defines "family" as a legally married male and female and their dependent children. Children must be living in their household and under the age of 18, or 23 with proof of full-time college credit hours. These credit hours must be presented when membership is commenced and with every subsequent renewal. Household Membership: Our household policy defines household as a family membership with 1 additional adult. Aclive Duly Mililary: Members who are enlisted in the U.S. Military and are interested in ap;>ying for a Military Family Membership Discount, may fill out an application at the front desk. Membership Cards: All members must scan their membership cards upon entering the YMCA. $5 will be charges for replacement cards. Membership cards are issued to members age 11 and older. Paymenl Plans: Membership fees are paya!>e through a monthly bank draft. The monthly amount is debited directly from your account on the 15th of every month. Drafts are ongoing until cancelled in writing by the primary member no less than 5 business days prior to your draft. Cancellations are accepted in person only. Please keep in mind, MEMBERSHIP FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE.

Membership Cancellalion Policy: Your membership is important to us, if there is anything we can do to improve your member experience please let us know. Memberships are not available for credit or refund. Memberships may be placed on hold once per calendar year and will be charged a $10 monthly hold fee. Holds are limited to a maximum of 4 consecutive months. Annual expiration dates will roll over according to the number of months membership is placed on hold. There are no refunds on annual memberships. Bank draft cancellation forms must be completed in person 5 business days prior to the draft. Cancellations will not be accepted by fax, e-mail, or mail. If you have a circumstance arise and need to cancel, you must notify the Membership Department within 72 hours of joining. If the member was enrolled in a Y class, the difference between the member and non-member rate will be taken from the refundable amount. All requests are subject to a $10 processing fee. Cancellation Policy is subject to change. YMCA AWAY Program: The welcome mat is always out to you as a member at over 2500 YMCAs across the US. Present your membership card at participating V's. Those using our Y on the AWAY program may use our facility at no charge but may not bring guests, excluding those who are members of a Y within a 25 mile radius of our Y. (Any Y within a 25 mile radius of the Central Branch may use the facility 1 time per month as an AWAY Member. After their first initial visit per month they will need to purchase a day pass). If there was a previous annual membership, the membership will be transferred to the Fox Valley YMCA and it will expire on the original date of the membership. It is the responsibility of the individual to cancel their membership with their previous Y. Transferring from another Y does not automatically cancel any existing memberships. AWAY members will be charged the non-member fee for classes.

Guesl Policy: Guests must register with their sponsoring member at the front desk before using the facility. All guests must provide proper identification. Members are responsible for the actions of their guests. It is the responsibility of each member and their guest to abide by the rules of the Y and to act in an appropriate manner. Any person abusing the Y and/or exhibiting disruptive behavior will be asked to immediately vacate the premises without a refund. AWAY members may not bring guests. By participating in a Y program, it is assumed that all guests using the facility agree to the waiver of liability. Waiver can be found online at the front desk.

Lockers may be rented for a fee per month. Locker fees are non-refundable. Lockers are also available for daily use, please bring your own lock. The Y is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Change of Address: Please notify us of any change in your contact information at the front desk or email to

FEATURES OF FOX VALLEY FAMILY YMCA • Friendly, experienced and professional staff • Reduced program fees • Variety of cardio and weight equipment • Unlimited use of the Fitness Center • Free group exercise classes • Full-size gymnasium at Central • Preschool Programs • Licensed Daycare • Family Activities

• 3 guests per year

per member

• Indoor Pool at Central Branch • Use of all other AWAY YMCAs

February 23

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Winter Spring 2012-2013 Program Guide  

Program guide for all events during the Winter and Spring of 2012&2013.

Winter Spring 2012-2013 Program Guide  

Program guide for all events during the Winter and Spring of 2012&2013.