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DISCOVER YOUR Y Program Guide KENOSHA YMCA

FALL II

October 23 - December 17, 2017 Kenosha YMCA Program Guide

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Ways to Register.........................................................2 Special Events & Dates to Note...............................3 MEMBERSHIP Rates & Membership Policies.......4 YMCA Code of Conduct & Age Guidelines...........5 Kueny Aquatic Center Policies..................................5 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CHILD CARE...............................................6-9 KIDS’ CLUB & Maker Lab.......................................6 Early Childhood.........................................................7 School-Age Care.......................................................8 Full Day Programming (KDO’s)..............................9 YOUTH SPORTS..................................... 10-13 Dance...................................................... 10 Chess & Stem Classes............................... 10 Youth Sports...........................................................11 YOUTH AQUATICS.................................. 12-15 Swim Lessons & Class Schedule..................12-13 Private Lessons..................................................... 14 Birthday Parties & Rental........................... 14 YMCA Seahorse Swim Team............................... 15 HEALTHY LIVING Martial Arts................................................................16 Rock Climbing Wall................................................ 17 HEALTH & WELLNESS.............................18-27 Orientations & Personal Training..................... 18 Youth/Family Fitness............................................ 18 GROUP TRAINING.................................... 19 Adult Sports...........................................................20 Aquatic Fitness...................................................... 21 GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE....................22-23 Group Fitness Descriptions.........................23-24 Massage Therapy.......................................... 25 SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Frank Neighborhood Project........................... 26-27 American Red Cross Trainings........................ 28-29 FAMILY FUN SPECIAL EVENTS........................ 30 GIVING: For a Better Us..................................31 HEALTHY LIVING FAIR....................... Back Cover

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FALL II: OCTOBER 23 - DECEMBER 17, 2017

FALL I REGISTRATION BEGINS Member: Monday, October 9th General Public: Monday, October 16th

CLASSES BEGIN: MONDAY, OCTOBER 23rd GENERAL INQUIRES - 262.654.9622 EXT. 201

2 WAYS TO REGISTER… ONLINE: SAFE & SECURE! Register everyone with just a few simple clicks. A valid email address on file at the Kenosha YMCA is required. WALK-IN: Register in person at the Member Service Desk; just ask for a class registration form. MORE INFORMATION • Complete a registration form for each participant. Forms are available at the Member Service Desk. • Full payment is required at the time of registration. • Registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis. • General Public class participants are required to present a participant card for entry to the Y. Cards are given at the time of registration; if you registered online please pickup at the Member Service Desk. • Confirmations are not sent to mail-in registrations. • Participants put on a ‘class waiting list’ will be contacted by a staff member to make arrangements for transfer to another available class/program or to initiate a refund.

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SPECIAL EVENTS & DATES TO NOTE OCTOBER

DECEMBER

6 Kids Day Out (KTEC Only) 7 Tae Kwon Do Tournament, Gym Closed 9 Fall II Member Registration Begins 16 Fall II General Public Registration Begins 17 Senior Day 17 Indian Trail Academy Girls Swim Team Home Meet 20 Kids Day Out (KTEC Only) 23 FALL II SESSION BEGINS 27 Kids Day Out 31 Family Halloween Party, 6:30-8:30pm

NOVEMBER 3 Kids Day Out 10 SilverSneakers Luncheon 18 HEALTHY LIVING FAIR 21 Senior Day 22 Kids Day Out (KTEC Only) 23 THANKSGIVING, YMCA CLOSED

JOIN US FOR A FAMILY FALL FEST / HALLOWEEN PARTY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st 6:30 - 8:30pm Join us for a hallowing good time, including freaky fun food, trick or treating, a costume contest & other spook-sational activities for kids ages 3-12, and of course parents too. KENOSHA YMCA, 7101 53rd Street Kenosha WI 53144

2 Family Fun Christmas Breakfast, 9-11am 4 Winter 2018 Member Registration Begins 11 Winter 2018 General Public Registration Begins 12 Indian Trail Academy Boys Swim Meet 18-31 Winter Break, No Regular Classes 19 Senior Day 12/20-22, 12/26-29 & 1/2/18 Winter Camp 24 Christmas Eve, YMCA Closes at 2pm 25 MERRY CHRISTMAS, YMCA CLOSED 31 New Year’s Eve, YMCA Closes at 2pm 31 New Year’s Eve Celebration @ the Y, 7-10pm

JANUARY 2018 1 NEW YEARS DAY, YMCA CLOSED 2 WINTER 2018 SESSION BEGINS 2 ITA Boys Swim Team Home Meet, Lap Pool Closed 15 Kids Day Out 16 Senior Day 19 Kids Day Out

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MEMBERSHIP RATES

LOCKERS & TOWELS

Membership Type

Monthly Draft

Joiner Fee

Youth

$17

$25

Lockers are available for rental & daily use. We strongly encourage everyone to lock your locker. Locks may not be left on overnight unless it is a rented locker. Towel Service is FREE to members and $2.00 each for general public.

$25

$25

JOHN & JUDY WAVRO SCHOLARSHIP FUND

$57

$75

Family I*^

$69

$75

Family II*^

$69

$75

Family III*^

$74

$75

Senior I

$46

$75

Senior II*

$57

$75

17 & under

Young Adult 18 - 24

Single Adult^ 25 - 59 One Adult Household w/ Children 24 & under Two Adult Household Two Adult Household w/ Children 24 & under Single Adult, 60 & over Two Adult Household, 60 & over

*Proof of household residency required.

FACILITY HOURS MONDAY - FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

^Ask about Corporate Discounts. Rates subject to change.

5:00am - 9:00pm 6:00am - 5:00pm 9:00am - 5:00pm

SENIOR DAY Presented by: HOSPICE ALLIANCE Seniors (60 & over) may enjoy our facility FREE of charge on the 3rd Tuesday of EVERY MONTH!

YMCA MEMBERSHIP POLICIES MEMBERSHIP PAYMENT OPTIONS

Membership payments can be made in one of two ways: Monthly Bank Draft is an ongoing membership plan, with the joiners fee and first month’s membership paid upon joining. Thereafter the monthly fee is withdrawn from a checking/savings account or debit/credit card on the 1st or 15th of each month. Annual is paid in full upon joining. Renewal notices are sent one-month prior to expiration. Fees are non-refundable and nontransferable.

If you cannot afford the full cost of a YMCA membership or program, please ask for a confidential scholarship application. Financial assistance, to the extent possible, is available to those in need thanks to the Annual Campaign and United Way.

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“Always Welcome at YMCA’s”: When you become a member of the YMCA you become a member of a nationwide association of people that’s for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. When planning a trip away from home, visit www. ymca.net to find a YMCA in your destination location.

MULTI-MEDIA

The use of cell phones and other electronic devises is prohibited in ALL locker rooms, rest rooms and on all equipment. YMCA programs and events are often photographed/ videotaped for promotional purposes. If you do not wish to be included, please speak with the YMCA event and/or program staff.

LOST AND FOUND

The YMCA is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. Lost and found items are kept at the Member Service Desk for 14 days and then donated to a charitable organization.

DISABILITIES

If you have a disability, need further assistance or more information, please contact us at 262.654.9622 or fax us at 262.653.9886. You can also e-mail us at info@kenoshaymca.org.

CREDITS & REFUNDS

We offer refunds/credits upon request for medical reasons only. Documentation is required, a prorated system will be used and a $10 processing fee will be deducted from the amount of the refund/credit. Credits are valid for 12 months.

CANCELLATION

*Family: up to 6 people, parent(s) & children 24 & under. $5 each additional

All schedules, activities, class fees and staff may be changed or cancelled by the Y without notice. The Y does not require contracts; you may cancel at anytime. A minimum 14-day notice is required to cancel your bank draft. Please visit the Member Service Desk or download the Cancellation Form from our website. This form may be mailed, faxed or e-mailed to info@kenoshaymca. org. You will receive a follow-up email to confirm your cancellation has been processed. Refunds are not given for paid-in-full memberships cancelled early. Your membership can be reinstated within 60 days of cancellation without repaying the Joiner’s Fee. Note: the billable member must request cancellation.

MEMBERSHIP CARDS

MEMBERSHIPS “ON-HOLD”

DAY PASSES

The general public is welcome to visit the YMCA anytime by purchasing a day pass. Guests 13 years and older are required to present a picture ID each time they visit. DAY PASS: Youth (17 & under) $10 | Adult $15 | *Family $20 THREE DAY PASS: Youth (17 & under) $25 | Adult $40 | *Family $55

The YMCA is a membership organization. In an effort to provide a safe place for your family, we give each member, 13 years and older, a membership card. We ask that you always present it to gain admittance to any YMCA. Photo ID with proof of age is required for membership and to receive a membership card. You may purchase a replacement card at any time for $5.

FACILITY MEMBER GUEST PRIVILEGES

Each member will receive three complimentary guest passes per calendar year. All guests are required to provide picture ID and sign our daily liability waiver for all visits. Guest passes are tracked electronically.

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Memberships may be put on “hold” one time per calendar year for a minimum of 3 months, but no more then 12 months. This provides an extended leave from your membership, but saves you from repaying the Joiner’s Fee when you return. There is a $10 monthly fee for this service. If you are unable to participate due to a medical condition, you may request a medical leave without monthly dues with documentation from your doctor.

RETURNED CHECKS & DECLINED CHARGES

The YMCA reserves the right to charge a $30 service fee on all returned checks, electronic fund transfers and declined reoccurring credit card charges.

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YMCA CODE OF CONDUCT The YMCA is committed to providing a positive atmosphere that is safe and inclusive to all in our community. In order to ensure this, we have adopted a code of conduct to govern the actions and behavior of all people while in our facilities and participating in our programs. All individuals using the Kenosha YMCA facility are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the YMCA Core Values of CARING, HONESTY, RESPECT and RESPONSIBILITY. Failure to do so may result in immediate dismissal from the premises and may result in suspension or termination of membership privileges.

YMCA AGE GUIDELINES

In order to provide a safe and positive experience for the youth of our community, the following guidelines related to facility use by YMCA members and guests will apply. ”Supervising individuals” are defined as persons 18 years or older.

FACILITY AGE GUIDELINES

The following guidelines apply to all youth not participating in a supervised, structured program while in the facility. Youth ages 9 and under are required to be directly supervised at all times. Kids’ Club is available to all; see above for specifics. Youth ages 10-12 are required to be accompanied by a supervising individual who remains in the building. This individual does not have to be in the same area as the youth. Youth ages 13–14 are not required to be accompanied by a supervising individual but need to have a signed ‘Youth Code of Conduct’ on file. They are required to follow the age policies for specific areas as outlined to the right. Orientation to the facility and equipment is strongly recommended.

AGE GUIDELINES FOR SPECIFIC AREAS

KUENY AQUATIC CENTER POLICIES LIFEGUARDS AND ADULT SUPERVISION

Our aquatic staff of American Red Cross certified lifeguards strives to maintain the highest standards possible. The goal is to provide patrons with a safe, clean atmosphere in which families can enjoy aquatic fitness and recreation. The purpose of the aquatic staff is not to supervise your child, but to ensure the safety of all facility patrons by preventing and responding to emergencies. Therefore, parents are expected to closely supervise their children and assist in enforcing the policies for the safety and enjoyment of all patrons. • Direct Supervision: an adult (18+) is required to be in a swimsuit and in the water with the child at all times; unless the child is participating in a Y supervised program. • Ages 6 and under: Require Direct Supervision. • Ages 7-9: Require Direct Supervision unless the child can pass the deep end swim test; however an adult must remain on the pool deck. • Ages 10-17: Are subject to the deep end swim test at the lifeguard’s discretion. An adult does not have to remain in the pool area. The deep-end swim test in the lap pool is… Jump in and level off before beginning to swim, then swim to the lifeguard chair in the middle of the pool using a front paddling stroke, tread at that spot for 15 seconds, swim to the end, and then float at the start for 15 seconds, without assistance. The deep-end swim test in the instructional pool is… Jump in and level off before beginning to swim, then swim to the lifeguard chair in the middle of the pool using a front paddling stroke, tread at that spot for 15 seconds, swim back to the start, and then float at the start for 15 seconds, without assistance.

PROPER SWIMSUIT ATTIRE IS REQUIRED

In the interest of public health and safety, and in compliance with all local and state laws, patrons need to wear appropriate, clean swimwear and shower prior to entering the pools. Guardians must also be in proper swimsuit attire, so that if necessary, they can enter the pool to assist the patrons for whom they are responsible. Appropriate swimsuit attire is defined as clothing specifically designed for use in the water. They are designed to be quick drying and are generally made from smooth, nylon material. Examples of appropriate swimwear include: swimsuits with a lining, rash guard shirts, board shorts, and swim trunks with an affixed/sewn inner lining. Some examples of inappropriate attire include (but are not limited to) basketball shorts, underwear and/ or boxer shorts, sports bras, cotton clothing items of any kind, and lifeguard gear (due to liability issues). Inappropriate attire can damage our pumps and off-set our chemical levels.

Free Weight/Cardiovascular Areas Youth age 14 and older may use these areas without supervision. Youth ages 12-13 are required to complete the Youth Strength Training Class to use this area and need to be accompanied by a supervising individual who is actively monitoring the youth. Youth age 11 and under are not permitted in weight/cardiovascular areas. Appropriate attire is required including athletic shoes. Pools See Kueny Aquatic Center Policies at right. FLOTATION DEVICES AND TOYS Whirlpool/Sauna/Steam At this time, flotation devices and pool toys are welcome at our Members & guests need to be 15 years old to use these facilities. aquatic facility under the following guidelines: Locker/Shower Facilities • Children under the age of 10 may only use flotation devices Youth age 5 and over are required to use the same gender locker with an adult or guardian in the water, supervising the child. room and be accompanied by a supervising individual. You are strongly encouraged to put a lock on your locker. Locks may not be • Any flotation device or pool toy must be clean and free of any left on overnight unless it is a rented locker. debris (i.e. sand & beach water residue) Exercise Classes • Flotation devices and/or pool toys will be allowed at the Participants need to be 14 years old. Youth ages 11-13 may lifeguard’s discretion. participate with a supervising individual if they are willing and able • Water wings are strongly discouraged for use as flotation to follow class structure. devices. The Y recommends only US Coast Guard approved Walking Track flotation devices. Must be 13 or older to utilize track. Youth 12 and younger may utilize track if YMCA, directly 7101 supervised by an adult. KENOSHA 53rd Street Kenosha WI 53144 P: 262 654 9622 5


YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Nurturing the potential of every child and teen.

KIDS’ CLUB

MAKER LAB

DROP-IN CHILDCARE Available for children ages 6 weeks to 9 years, Kids’ Club is drop-in childcare for our members and guests while they utilize the facility. Please understand children are served on a first-come, first-served basis. For safety purposes we are limited to the amount of children that can be served at one time. You may call us at 654-9622 ext. 229 to check daily availability. *Y Members must register for Kids’ Club. There is a $20 annual registration fee; there is no additional charge for daily usage. KIDS’ CLUB HOURS: AM: Monday - Friday Saturday

3D PRINTING B.Y.O.P. (Bring your own project) Location: Maker Lab - Hands on instruction that supports novices and beginners (ages 10-99) through the process of developing an idea from start to finish. Students are encouraged to bring their own ideas for a project or invention, and instructors will help them complete developing their idea into a tangible, functional object. Participants: Min: 5 Max: 10 Tuesdays 7:00-8:00

8:00am-12:30pm 9:00am-12:30pm

PM: Monday-Thursday 4:30pm-8:00pm Friday 4:30pm-7:30pm

General Public Usage Fees: 1 hr.: $5.00 | 10 hrs: $45.00 | 20 hrs: $85.00 DAILY ACTIVITIES Exploration Stations Reading Time Game Time! (Outside or Gym time) Arts & Crafts

Fee: Member $35 General Public $53

MINI MAKERS Location: Maker Lab - Hands on exploration for Mini Makers ages 6-10. Participants will be able to use different materials to design and create items, while learning basic design concepts. Participants: Min: 5 Max: 15 Thursdays 7:00-8:00

Fee: Member $25 General Public $38

MAKER LAB SPONSORED BY:

ALSO A GREAT PLACE FOR OUR 9-11 YEAR OLD MEMBERS & GUESTS, BUT OF COURSE OPEN TO ALL WHO ENJOY HAVING FUN!! Space includes... • Card & Board Games • Lending Library • Creative Options • Space to Just Hang Out • Computer Station Plus ‘special events & activities’!

Room Hours*: 9am - 8pm *See on-site list for complete list of activities available. Between the hours of 9am-4:30pm please check out games and other activities from the Member Service Desk. Y staff will help facilitate in the evening.

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Ensure a brighter future! We can meet your childcare needs for ages 2 through 12 years with low staff-to-child ratios. As a state-licensed facility with the commitment to providing the highest quality care at each developmental stage, our mission and core values of honesty, responsibility, respect and caring make us an easy choice to meet your childcare needs. Scholarships are available. Watch as your child hits each milestone in our early childhood programs! You’ll feel secure knowing your child is in an inclusive, positive and nurturing environment that includes: • Socialization readiness skills such as letter, shape and number recognition so each child enters kindergarten right on target through the use of Creative Curriculum. • Certified Lead Teachers.

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Y CHILD CARE

• Nutritionally sound breakfast, lunch and snacks provided; under CACFP guidelines. • To appreciate diversity through multicultural activities, drama, dance and community service projects. • Good health practices through daily exercise, including... • Free swim lessons on Thursday mornings from 9:1510:15am for children ages 3-5 ENROLLMENT INFORMATION • Gym/Outdoor Time • To accommodate your families needs our full-day programs • Visits to the library and other local sites and area are ran year round, Monday - Friday, 6:30am-6:00pm. businesses on Wednesdays. Enrollment is also accepted year round; call for current openings. • Enrollment forms are available at the Member Service Desk, After School sites and at kenoshaymca.org. • Children may begin attending within 2 business days (MonFri), providing space available and all required forms are complete. • Multiple child discount: 10% off fees for each additional child

EARLY CHILDHOOD RATES AGES DAILY HOURS Fewer than 5 hours 2 years 5+ hours Fewer than 5 hours 3 - 5 years 5+ hours

Rates subject to change.

DAILY RATE $26 / $31 $38 / $43 $23 / $28 $35 / $40

*Member / Non-Member Rate

Come visit us and see what a difference our mission and commitment to youth development makes! QUESTIONS? PLEASE CONTACT US... Lisa Eckardt, Office Assistant P: 654.9622, ext. 215 E: leckardt@kenoshaymca.org Office Hours: Mondays - Fridays: 8:00am-1:30pm Dr. Rachel Burton, Youth and Family Director E: rburton@kenoshaymca.org

Come visit us and see what a difference our mission and commitment to youth development makes! KENOSHA YMCA, 7101 53rd Street Kenosha WI 53144

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SCHOOL-AGE

Graduate to our school-age programs and enjoy the convenience of having the program directly at your school or at the Y as we pick up your child from school. Your child will participate in enrichment activities and learn: • Responsibility while completing homework assignments and being assigned daily jobs. • Caring while working together as a group to complete community service projects. • Respect for staff, participants and themselves through core value activities and participating in a positive and safe environment. • Honesty through good sportsmanship in activities and being encouraged to always tell the truth.

All while doing fun activities and developing their Y pride! BEFORE SCHOOL • 6:30am until school starts

AFTER SCHOOL • School dismissal until 6:00pm • Includes healthy snacks • Free STEM and health instructional classes offered • Homework Assistance & Specialized Tutoring • Early Release Fridays: Field trips to the YMCA; check with your Site Director for details

ENROLLMENT INFORMATION • Care offered at the Kenosha YMCA and several KUSD school locations (listed below, subject to change) • Enrollment accepted year-round • Wisconsin Works accepted, co-pay may apply • Enrollment forms are available at the Member Service Desk, school sites (listed below) or on our website • Children may begin attending within 2 business days (Mon-Fri), providing space available and all required forms are complete • One-time registration fee $50 per child, is required for new participant’s at the time of enrollment • Multiple child discount: 10% off fees for each additional child • Wisconsin Works accepted, co-pay may apply

• Children enrolled in School-Age Care will receive a FREE YMCA Youth Membership! SNOW DAYS When school is closed due to a Snow Day, we offer a full day program at no additional charge, to students that are signed up for that day in our program. This program is held at the Callahan Family Branch. Simply contact the Member Service Desk (262.654.9622) to register by 6:30am. Services will be provided 7am-6pm, unless inclement weather closes the facility. Parents will need to provide their child with a lunch and 2 snacks.

SCHOOL-AGE LOCATIONS SITES

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FOREST PARK KTEC EAST NEW! KTEC WEST STOCKER PLEASANT PRAIRIE PRAIRIE LANE CALLAHAN FAMILY BRANCH^ (CFB)

262.654.7415 262.220.8099 262.220.8229 262.694.8424 262.694.8185 262.942.7304 262.654.9622 ext. 237

SCHOOL-AGE RATES

DAILY RATE*

Before School After School Early Release Friday

$8.00 $12.00

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$17.00

*Except KTEC

KTEC Half Day Full Day, No School (KDO/Camp)

$15.00 $17.00

Before & After School

$105 per week

Requires separate registration, please see next page for complete details.

^TRANSPORTATION For those enrolled in our Callahan Family Branch (CFB) Before &/or After School Program transportation is provided based on need. Below are the schools we are transporting to/from for 2017/18 school year: • EBSOLA • C. Strange • Harvey

• Bain • Bose • Somers

• A minimum of 5 students per school is required in order to provide transportation. • Additional annual $50 transportation fee for CFB. • Call for current availability, or if you do not see your school listed. Subject to change based on need.

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*Credits and refunds are not issued for Snow Days.

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*Prices subject to change.

PROGRAM

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Join us...When school is out due to teacher work days and holiday breaks our full day programs offer children the opportunity to experience new things, explore new activities and build relationships. We offer a fun, exciting and SAFE environment for kids; we’ll keep your child active and having fun so you’re able to work without worry. **PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; we are unable to offer drop-in care on these scheduled days. Registration forms are available at our school-age sites, online and at the Member Service Desk. Completed forms can be brought to the Member Service Desk or your BASP site. DETAILS... • Open to students ages 5-11 • Pre-registration is required; we are unable to offer drop-in care on these scheduled days. • Registration forms are available at our school-age sites, online and at the Member Service Desk. • Completed forms can be brought to the Member Service Desk or your BASP site. • Operates 6:30am - 6:00pm • Includes Breakfast, Lunch & Healthy Snack • Held at the Kenosha YMCA • Wisconsin Works accepted, co-pay may apply • Activities include rock climbing, My Place, swimming, arts & crafts, sports & games, field trips and more! Fee: Current BASP participants: $17.00 per student, per day General Public: $40.00 per student, per day

WHAT TO BRING...

KDO’S & CAMPS

FULL DAY PROGRAMMING

2017 DATES: • October 6th (KTEC Only) • October 27th • November 3rd • November 22nd (KTEC Only) • WINTER CAMP: 12/20-22, 12/26-29 & 1/2/18

• Appropriate clothing for activities: tennis shoes, coat, backpack for belongings • Swimming suit & towel

WHEN SCHOOL’S OUT... COME HANG OUT AT THE Y!! KENOSHA YMCA, 7101 53rd Street Kenosha WI 53144

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DANCE

Our DANCE Program teaches children more than just how to dance. Through the art of dance we teach children: coordination, creativity, confidence, responsibility, friendship & socialization skills, as well as an appreciation and understanding of the Arts. Our dance staff is dedicated to teaching your child in a positive and motivating manner. Our program is designed to guide and challenge your child in the Performing Arts. *The Hip Hop and Ballet & Jazz classes are progressive, the instructor will ensure your child is ready to progress to the next level.

MODERN DANCE

BALLET & JAZZ

In this fun, high energy, technique-focused dance class, students will learn the basic concepts of modern dance including hip hop. They will also learn a dance routine to a popular, top 40, (but kid friendly) song. Participants: Min 3, Max 12

JAZZ: Students will learn a style of dance that is structured, upbeat ballet stage style of dance. It involves jumps, kicks, turns, isolations, flexibility, floor work, and body awareness. BALLET: Students will learn ballet fundamentals, technique, and terminology, while building muscular strength, and proper dance posture. Classes will use age appropriate material. Etiquette and discipline are emphasized in a positive and creative atmosphere. Participants: Min 3, Max 10

MODERN DANCE I (Beginner students) Tuesdays 4:30-5:15pm Age: 6 & up Studio A MODERN DANCE II (Successful completion of Hip Hop I) Tuesdays 5:30-6:15pm Age: 6 & up Studio A Fee: Member $40

BALLET & JAZZ I (Beginner students) Thursdays 5:30-6:15pm Age: 5 & up Studio B

General Public: $68

BALLET & JAZZ II (Successful completion of Ballet & Jazz I) Thursdays 6:30-7:15pm Age: 5 & up Studio B

CREATIVE MOVEMENT This class is an introduction to dance for children 4 -5. Its primary goal is to foster the love of movement. Learning basic ballet steps and working on large motor skills, following directions, creative play, spatial awareness, and rhythm. Participants: Min 3, Max 8

Fee: Member $40

General Public: $68

Min: 3, Max 12 Participants

YMCA DANCE DRESS CODE: Movement and Ballet & Jazz: Leotards and Tights; Ballet Shoes. Modern Dance: Comfortable Clothing (T-shirt/Tank Top; Pants (Knees Must be Covered, No Jeans); Shoes (Clean Tennis Shoes). *For safety purposes jewelry should not be worn during dance classes. (Stud earrings are okay)

Thursdays 4:30-5:15pm Studio: B Fee: Member $40 General Public: $68

REGISTER NOW 3D PRINTING B.Y.O.P. (Bring your own project)

CHESS

LEARN SOMETHING NEW!

Location: Maker Lab Hands on instruction that supports novices and beginners (ages 1099) through the process of developing an idea from start to finish. Students are encouraged to bring their own ideas for a project or invention, and instructors will help them complete developing their idea into a tangible, functional object. Participants: Min: 5 Max: 10

Location: Conference Room, 2 floor All ages will have fun learning one of the world’s most popular strategy games! Beginners will learn how to play from the ground up. Intermediate players will learn tactics and discuss strategies for openings, middle games and end games. All players will learn to take chess notation and work on skills development. There will also be time to play games at each class period. Minimum Participants: 4

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Tuesdays 7:00-8:00pm Fee: Member $35 General Public $53

MINI MAKERS Location: Maker Lab Hands on exploration for Mini Makers ages 6-10. Participants will be able to use different materials to design and create items, while learning basic design concepts. Participants: Min: 5 Max: 15

Tuesdays @ 6:30-7:30pm Fee: Member $44

General Public $66

Thursdays 7:00-8:00pm Fee: Member $25 General Public $38

MAKER LAB SPONSORED BY:

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The youth sports program at the Y has four goals regardless of the skill level of each child: skill improvement, knowledge growth, character development, and most importantly FUN. Each eight week instructional program is focused on giving each child an equal opportunity to improve in game fundamentals, game knowledge, sportsmanship and teamwork, appropriate competition, while having FUN. As the program progresses, the instructors will be spending less time on instructional drills and more time on game strategy through simulated games. Children are divided by grade level in each instructional program. Grade levels may be combined/divided based on enrollment.

YOUTH SPORTS

CHARACTER FIRST, COMPETITION SECOND

NEW! LITTLE DRIBBLERS BASKETBALL

YOUTH OUTDOOR SOCCER

Location: Gym - This program will focus on the fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, passing, post and perimeter play, footwork and pivoting drills, movement without the ball, and core training. T-shirt provided. Preschool (3-4 yrs) Court 1 Mondays 5:00-5:30pm Fee: Member $22 General Public $33 Minimum Participants: 6

Location: South Field - This recreational program provides youth with the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of dribbling, passing, and shooting, fundamental knowledge of game rules, strategy, sportsmanship, and teamwork through a combination of instructional sessions and games. T-shirt provided. Saturdays Pre-K (3-4yrs.) 10:00-11:00am Grade K-2nd 9:00-10:00am

YOUTH BASKETBALL - BEGINNER

Fee: Member $44 General Public $66

Location: Gym - This program will focus on the fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, passing, post and perimeter play, footwork and pivoting drills, movement without the ball, and core training. T-shirt provided.

Minimum Participants: 6

YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL Location: Gymnasium, Court #3 - This coed program focuses on developing the essential skills of passing, receiving, rushing and blocking, as well as a fundamental knowledge of game rules and strategy, sportsmanship and teamwork through a combination of instructional and game sessions. T-shirt provided.

Grades K-3rd Court 1 Mondays 5:30-6:30pm Fee: Member $44 General Public $66 Minimum Participants: 6

YOUTH BASKETBALL - INTERMEDIATE Location: Gym - This program will focus on the fundamentals of shooting, ball handling, passing, post and perimeter play, footwork and pivoting drills, movement without the ball, and core training. T-shirt provided.

Grades 1st-6th Saturdays 10:00-11:00am Fee: Member $44 General Public $66 Minimum Participants: 6

Grades 4th-8th Court 2 Mondays 5:30-6:30pm Fee: Member $44 General Public $66 Minimum Participants: 6

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IMPROVE YOUR GAME U10 & U11-U14 Developmental Volleyball U10 is designed to give 4th grade girls & boys the inside track to volleyball success by teaching volleyball skills and techniques all within a game-level approach. U11 - U14 will focus on improving skills in a fun environment. Offering 5th & 6th grade boys & girls the opportunity to practice one-hour each week with a rotating weekend schedule of both practices and mini-tournaments, all in the Kenosha area. *U14 is open to 7th & 8th grade girls only. Grades: 4th - 8th When: Saturdays 11:00am - 12:00pm Location: Gymnasium Courts 3 & 4 Fee: Members $44 General Public $66 Minimum Participants: 6

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YOUTH SWIM LESSONS

Welcome to the YMCA youth aquatic programs. We’re excited to highlight several programs this season, including private and semi-private lesson packages and guaranteed low student to instructor ratios for each group lesson. ALL of our instructors are certified water safety instructors through the American Red Cross; let them help you gain confidence in the water and improve your swimming skills. Lesson FAQ’s available on page 16. PARENT & CHILD SWIM LESSONS

Location: Instructional Pool - This water enrichment program provides a positive environment for children ages 6-36 months with a parent or guardian in the water. Parents are guided through basic swimming skills by our trained instructors. No more than eight children will be accepted into each class. Classes are 30-minutes in length.

PARENT & CHILD 1 - SHRIMP (6-18 months) Fun with games, songs and nursery rhymes while introducing basic swimming skills.

PARENT & CHILD 2 - KIPPER (18-36 months) Water comfort and swimming skills taught through a variety of fun activities. Parents and children will be guided through introductory swimming skills and safety precautions preparing them for classes without the aid of a parent. Fee: Member $45 General Public $63

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS

Location: Instructional & Lap Pools - This program offers children ages 3-5 their first experience in the pool without a parent, made possible through a variety of fun activities & games. Classes provide a step-bystep progression of swimming and water safety without the aid of a flotation device, designed to adequately prepare your 3 to 5 year old child for the youth program. Student/Instructor ratio will not exceed 5 to 1. All preschool classes are 45-minutes in length. Perch & Pike classes will be held in the Instructional pool, Eel will transition into the Lap pool; Ray & Starfish will be held in the Lap Pool.

PRESCHOOL 1 - PERCH

SCHOOL-AGE SWIM LESSONS

Location: Lap Pool - Children ages 6-12 years learn the fundamentals of swimming and water safety with increased stroke development and endurance as levels increase. Classes will not exceed a 6 to 1 student/ instructor ratio. All classes are 45-minutes in length, and are taught in the Lap Pool. The prerequisite for each level is successful demonstration of the skills taught in the preceding level. Beginners start at Polliwog, which has no prerequisite.

LEVEL 1 - POLLIWOG The objective of this class is for your child to feel more comfortable in the water and enjoy the water safely. Introduction to basic aquatic skills such as beginner stroke technique and underwater exploration are emphasized.

LEVEL 2 - GUPPY An advanced beginner class for children ready to perform skills unsupported. Focus is placed on developing the front and back crawl, treading water, and introduction of the elementary backstroke and breaststroke.

LEVEL 3 - MINNOW An intermediate level emphasizing endurance; refinement of front crawl and back crawl (focusing on rotary breathing); continued development of elementary backstroke and breaststroke; and introduction of sidestroke.

LEVEL 4 - FISH Develops confidence in the strokes learned and improves additional aquatic skills. Participants will refine breaststroke and sidestroke while increasing endurance with front and back crawl. Introduction to open turns and butterfly will also be included.

LEVEL 5 - FLYING FISH

Basic water skills such as water entry & exit, kicking and floating will be the main emphasis along with a focus on pool safety rules. This is the perfect class for children needing additional support in transitioning to a class without a parent, those experiencing fear in the water, or with no previous lesson experience.

Provides further coordination and refinement of strokes. At this advanced level students will refine their performance of all strokes: front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke. Students will also be introduced to flip turns on the front and back.

PRESCHOOL 2 - PIKE

LEVEL 6 - SHARK

Emphasis remains on fun; beginner stroke techniques, individual swimming skills and underwater exploration are also taught. Previous lesson experience is not required, providing that the child experiences no fear in the water or without the aid of a parent.

Class objective is stroke refinement so that students swim with ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Students will also complete a 200 medley (50 yards each of butterfly, back crawl, breaststroke and front crawl with starts and turns).

PRESCHOOL 3 - EEL

Fee: Member $54 General Public $89

Designed to provide students success with fundamental skills, independent swimming and beginner stroke techniques. Entrance requires successful completion of Pike.

HOME SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PRESCHOOL 4 - RAY This is an advanced preschool class offering refinement of the front and back crawl, advanced body control skills, and endurance work through swimming and treading water. Entrance requires successful completion of Eel.

PRESCHOOL 5 - STARFISH This is essentially a Minnow class for 3 to 5 year olds. Children work independently through all skills. Entrance requires successful completion of Ray. Fee: Member $54 General Public $89

Location: Instructional & Lap Pools Join us this fall for our comprehensive Home School Physical Education Program, designed for home-schooled youth ages 6-12 interested in enhancing their current level of fitness. Your child will have the opportunity to explore the fun of fitness with other kids their own age, while participating in activities and games that help develop coordination, socialization, and group play. Activities include time in our gymnasium, outdoor fields (weather permitting), and our My Place. In addition to 45-minutes of gym-time fun, children join their appropriate level of youth swim program. Children that are not home-schooled are also welcome. THURSDAYS Gym Time: 9:15-10:00am & Swim Time: 10:15-11:00am FRIDAYS Gym Time: 9:15-10:00am & Swim Time: 10:15-11:00am Fee: Member $62 General Public $100

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CLASS

DAY

PARENT & CHILD 6-36 mths.

TIME

SCHOOL-AGE SWIM LESSONS INSTRUCTOR

CLASS

LEVEL 1

PRESCHOOL 1

PRESCHOOL 2

PRESCHOOL 3

PRESCHOOL 4 PRESCHOOL 5

TIME

INSTRUCTOR Lauren

Mon

5:00-5:30pm

Jada

Mon

6:15-7:00pm

Mon

5:30-6:00pm

Aaryan

Mon

7:00-7:45pm

Jada

Tue

9:15-9:45am

Kaitlin

Wed

6:15-7:00pm

Lauren

Tue

5:30-6:00pm

Kaitlin

Thu

6:00-6:30pm

Kaitlin

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 2 & 3)

Lauren

Tue Wed

5:00-5:30pm

Kaitlin

Fri

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 2 & 3)

Kaitlin

Sat

9:30-10:00am

Jada

Sat

10:00-10:30am

Jada

LEVEL 2

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS CLASS

DAY

DAY

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

Mon

4:45-5:30pm

Lauren

Tue

10:30-11:15am

Kaitlin

Wed

5:30-6:15pm

Kaitlin

Sat

10:15-11:00am

Lauren

Mon

5:30-6:15pm

Lauren

Tue

11:15-12:00pm

Kaitlin

Tue

4:45-5:30pm

Kaitlin

Tue

5:30-6:15pm

Jason

Wed

6:15-7:00pm

Kaitlin

Thu

5:30-6:15pm

Jenni

Sat

9:30-10:15am

Lauren

LEVEL 3

Sat

11:00-11:45am

Lauren

Wed

7:00-7:45pm

Kaitlin

Thu

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 1 & 3)

Lauren

Fri

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 1 & 3)

Kaitlin

Sat

10:30-11:15am

Jada

Sat

11:15am-12:00pm

Jada

Tue

6:30-7:15pm

Kaitlin

Wed

5:30-6:15pm

Lauren

Thu

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 1 & 2)

Lauren

Fri

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 1 & 2)

Kaitlin

Sat

8:45-9:30am

Jada

LEVEL 4

Mon

5:30-6:15pm

Jada

See Advanced Skill Lessons below

Mon

7:00-7:45pm

Lauren

Thu

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 5 & 6)

Kaitlin

Fri

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Levels 5 & 6)

Kaitlin

Sat

8:45-9:30am

Lauren

Thu

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Level 4)

Kaitlin

Fri

10:15-11:00am (HS w/ Level 4)

Kaitlin

Mon

6:15-7:00pm

Jada

Tue

9:45-10:30am

Kaitlin

Wed

4:45-5:30pm

Lauren

Wed

7:00-7:45pm

Lauren

Thu

5:30-6:15pm

Jason

LEVEL 5 & 6

Tue

6:15-7:00pm

Jason

Thu

6:15-7:00pm

Jenni

Thu

6:15-7:00pm

Jason

See Advanced Skill Lessons below

SWIM LESSON SCHEDULES

PARENT & CHILD ORIENTATION

ALL CLASSES MEET ONCE PER WEEK. Minimum Participants: 3

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ADVANCED SKILL LESSONS

SEE FAQ’S ON PG 16

QUESTIONS about our Aquatic Programs? Contact Beth Volbrecht, Aquatic & Sports Director at 262.654.9622 ext. 224. AQUATIC CENTER POLICIES...PAGE 5

Location: Lap Pool This is a class for children in levels 4-6 that are progressing through, but not currently interested in competing on the swim team. We will focus on building endurance and improving technique. There will still be instruction, but your child must be able to swim front and back crawl an entire length to participate. This will be a lap swimming workout class that will also include open and flip turns as well as water entries. Participants: Min. 4, Max 10 TUESDAYS 6:15-7:15pm Jenni THURSDAYS 7:00-8:00pm Jenni Fee: Member $55 General Public $90

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SPECIALTY AQUATICS

PRIVATE & SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Gain confidence in the water and improve your swimming skills with swim instruction tailored to meet your individual goals. Private lessons are available to any age and ability. Let our certified American Red Cross water safety instructors work with you individually or in a small group of your choosing. All lessons are 30-minutes in length and can be scheduled at your convenience year round. We do our best to coordinate your preferred days and times while working with our pool and instructor availability.

PRIVATE 1 lesson Member $21/person 4 lessons Member $76/person 8 lessons Member $136/person

Gen. Public $27/person Gen. Public $100/person Gen. Public $184/person

PRIVATE +1 (2 swimmers of similar abilities and goals) 1 lesson Member $15/person Gen. Public $18/person 4 lessons Member $52/person Gen. Public $64/person 8 lessons Member $96/person Gen. Public $120/person PRIVATE +2 (3 swimmers of similar abilities and goals) 1 lesson Member $12/person Gen. Public $15/person 4 lessons Member $40/person Gen. Public $52/person 8 lessons Member $76/person Gen. Public $100/person

AQUATIC & LESSON FAQ’s WHAT DOES MY CHILD NEED FOR THEIR LESSON?

WHAT IF MY CHILD MISSES A CLASS?

Proper swimwear is required for all patrons of our facility. Refunds and/or make-up classes will not be offered. The Y offers Children who are not toilet trained must wear a swim diaper or refunds and or credits upon request for medical reasons only. Upon cloth diaper with plastic pants. Regular disposable diapers are supplying medical documentation, a pro-rated system will be used and not allowed. Tie-backs for children with long hair will help them a $10 processing fee will be deducted from the amount of the refund/ swim without the distraction of hair in the face. Towels are credit. Kenosha Y classes are uniformly priced regardless of holidays. provided at our Member Service Desk. CAN I HELP MY CHILD PROGRESS AT A FASTER RATE? WHY DO WE HAVE TO SHOWER BEFORE SWIMMING? A child will not move to the next level until he/she has successfully Kenosha YMCA policy states that showers are required before entering demonstrated the skills required in their current level. Please remember the pool. This policy is in place for the health and safety of the over 300 that even though your child may not have advanced to the next level, people who use our pools each day. instructors will individualize within each class, keeping all children challenged. What can you do as a parent? Don’t compare children; CAN I WATCH MY CHILD’S LESSON? each child will progress at a pace that’s right for them. Always be Parents are invited to stay and watch their child’s lesson. All parents are understanding and encouraging. Your child can practice their skills asked to observe from the benches (instruction pool) or bleachers (lap at home, blowing bubbles during bath time or using “big arms” while pool) provided. watching television. Ask their instructor for additional skills they can IS THERE CHILDCARE FOR GENERAL PUBLIC DURING LESSONS? work on at home. Yes...Kid’s Club is available for children ages 6 weeks to 9 years. Please refer to page 6 for specifics.

PARTIES AT THE Y FUN & EASY CHOOSE YOUR ACTIVITY • Splash Pool Party, all ages • Rock Climbing Party, ages 5 & up • Playtime Party, ages 2-6 • Dance Party, ages 7 & up

PARTY ADD-ONS: • Additional hour of activity: $50 each hour • Additional children: $5 each • Additional Adults (splash parties): $5 each • Additional fees for after hours parties may apply

ALL PARTY PACKAGES INCLUDE PARTY PRICING: • One hour of activity of your choice • $125, for 12 children • One hour in a private party room for food, cake & gifts, • A non-refundable $25 deposit due and a host to assist you and escort your group to your when booking. chosen activity • And of course...We’ll do the clean-up IMPORTANT PARTY INFORMATION • All children are required to wear a wristband. Base fee ($125) includes 12 child wristbands. (Splash parties also include 2 adult wristbands.) Additional wristbands are $5 each, and are available for purchase at the Membership Desk or at time of party set-up. Wristbands will be handed out to party guests upon arrival. • EACH child must have a waiver signed by their parent/legal guardian before the child may participate. Party organizer may pick these up prior to the party, or download at kenoshaymca.org, and brought in the day of the event. BOOK YOUR CELEBRATION TODAY! Cheryl Hervat, 262.654.9622 ext.17, 203 or chervat@kenoshaymca.org FALL II: OCTOBER 23 - DECEMBER 2017 www.kenoshaymca.org 14 Contact


At the YMCA we practice a holistic approach to sports, with an emphasis on positive physical, mental, and spiritual development. We believe that there is too much emphasis on winning at all costs and on special recognition for sporting ability. Our program holds other values that are important: • Developing self-confidence, self-respect, and an appreciation of your own worth as an individual. • Developing a commitment for daily living based on values such as Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility. • Growing as a responsible member of the family and as a citizen of the community. • Appreciating that health of mind and body is a sacred gift and that physical fitness and mental well being are conditions to be achieved and maintained. • Recognizing the worth of all people and working for inter-group understanding. • Developing the capacity for leadership and using it responsibly in groups and community life. To be ready for a competitive team, the swimmer must be able to complete 25 yards each of Freestyle and Backstroke, without stopping. They will also need to display a general knowledge of Breaststroke and Butterfly.

BEGINNER Introduction to Competitive Swimming includes explanation of procedures, rules and legalities of strokes. We will begin with the, “ABC’s” of block diving and beginner level stroke drills starting with Freestyle and Backstroke. When those basic strokes are close to being mastered, both Breaststroke and Butterfly will be introduced.

INTERMEDIATE This level mainly focuses on Breaststroke and Butterfly, while still improving on Freestyle and Backstroke. The Backstroke flip turn will be introduced through different types of drills. Yardage will also start to increase to build endurance and begin training to move up to the Advanced level. Mastery of Basic Freestyle, Backstroke and diving skills are required to participate in this level.

ADVANCED This level is used to build background, fine tune strokes, speed techniques and prepare swimmers to compete with District, State and National level swimmers. Swimmers must be able to swim a, “legal” 100 yard I.M. and a solid 500 yard Freestyle to be able to swim at the Advanced Level.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registrations are accepted on a first come, first served basis by submitting a completed registration form along with payment. Space is limited within each level. Once these levels fill, we are unable to add additional swimmers. A YMCA membership is required to be a Seahorse. Practice will be held at the Kenosha YMCA & Waukegan High School, Brookside (West) Campus, 2325 Brookside Avenue, Waukegan. Dual Meets are included in registration fee, however invitationals are optional and have additional fees associated with them.

SEAHORSE SWIM TEAM

The Seahorses are a YMCA sanctioned swim team that focuses on providing children with a consistent opportunity to develop and refine their swim endurance and stroke technique. Instruction is provided to meet each individual swimmer’s needs within a safe, motivating, and challenging environment. Allowing your child to develop their competitive skills and instill a lifelong interest in swimming.

FALL SWIM TEAM (SEPTEMBER ‘17 - MARCH ‘18) NEW SWIMMER TRY-OUTS: Monday, September 11th, 6:30pm at the Kenosha YMCA. *Coaches will assign a practice location that evening.

REGISTRATION FEE: Member: $200 + Y Membership High School Student: $175 + Y Membership

PRACTICE LOCATIONS @ KENOSHA YMCA PRACTICES September 11th - February 28th Mondays & Wednesdays

Times: 6:30-7:30pm

@ WAUKEGAN HIGH SCHOOL PRACTICES** September 11th - March 1st Monday - Thursday Times: 5:45-7:45pm **For planning purposes all (@ Waukegan) swimmers must be registered no later then September 11th to participate.

There are 4 Easy Ways to Register… 1) Walk In 2) Mail In 3) Fax 4) Online Please contact us at seahorse@kenoshaymca.org with questions.

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MARTIAL ARTS

HEALTHY LIVING

Improving the communities health & well-being. Martial Arts Programs combine fitness, self-defense, discipline, character development and self-confidence. Taught by highly trained, certified instructors these classes are a great option for families to take together! SHOREI KEMPO KARATE (6 Years & Older) Location: Studio A Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of Shorei Kempo Karate through skill building drills, kata and sparring. Karate is an excellent means of developing a strong mind, body and spirit, generating self-confidence, self-discipline and mutual respect. It is also an effective form of self-defense. In addition to the physical aspects of karate, students will learn the history of the Yin Yang Do Karate Assoc. and traditional aspects of the Japanese language and Asian culture as it relates to the martial arts. Minimum: 8 Participants

AIKIDO (14 Years & Older) Extension of Lake County Aikikai Location: Studio A Aikido is a Japanese martial art, which was developed in the 1900’s by Morehi Ueshiba. Aikido was formed from traditional Samurai arts such as Ju Jutsu, Ken Jutsu and other traditional Japanese arts. Post War the purpose of Aikido and its philosophy evolved into harmonizing with one’s opponent with the purpose of blending and unifying with negative energy thus ending a struggle before it can cause harm. On a physical level, Aikido involves joint locks, falls, rolls and throws.

Youth (6-11 years) Mondays and/or Thursdays 5:30-6:15pm Fee 1 day per week: Member $25 General Public: $38 Fee 2 days per week: Member $50 General Public: $76

Aikido involves training weapons. In this Aikido curriculum there are three (3) different training implements (traditional weapons utilized at some point in the training) including wooden swords, Jo (wooden short staff) and Tanto (wooden knife). Minimum: 8 Participants

Beginner Mondays and/or Thursdays 6:15-7:15pm Fee 1 day per week: Member $30 General Public: $45 Fee 2 days per week: Member $60 General Public: $90

Wednesdays 7:15-8:45pm Session Fee: Member $40 General Public: $55 Per Class Fee: Member & General Public: $10

Intermediate/Advanced Mondays and/or Thursdays 6:15-7:45pm Fee 1 day per week: Member $42 General Public: $63 Fee 2 days per week: Member $84 General Public: $126

Saturdays 10:00-11:45am Session Fee: Member $40 General Public: $55 Per Class Fee: Member & General Public: $10

Private Karate lessons are also available upon request. Please contact Tenille Fick at 262.564.6835 or at tfick@kenoshaymca.org to schedule your lessons. FEE: Members: $15/hour General Public: $20/hour

BOTH Wednesdays & Saturdays Session Fee: Member $70 General Public: $100

YOUTH & FAMILY AIKIDO (Ages 7-13)

YOUTH SAMURAI KARATE (Ages 4-5) Location: Studio A This is a modified karate class geared towards children 4-5. It is a fast paced, educational program to help children learn to focus, build balance, discipline, social skills, and large motor skills for their everyday life and future in martial arts. Each class will focus on an everyday life skill with a karate twist as they rank with in the Sho Shin Kan youth curriculum. Maximum: 10 Participants Mondays and/or Thursdays 5:00-5:30pm Fee 1 day per week: Member $23 General Public: $35 Fee 2 days per week: Member $46 General Public: $69

Location: Studio A Students will be engaged with learning the fundamentals of falling, rolling, releases from grabs, in addition to basic body mechanics, and an awareness of centering to prepare them for the study of Aikido. Parents welcome to register too! Wednesdays 6:00-7:00pm Session Fee: Member $30 General Public: $45

TRADITIONAL TAE KWON DO (6 years & Older)

FENCING (10 Years & Older) Location: Studio B Participants will learn the Classic Italian style of fencing. The primary weapons are foil and dueling sword with saber being taught to the most advanced students. Equipment is available to use, but it is recommended that advanced students purchase their own equipment. Min: 5 Participants Saturdays Beginner 10:00-11:00am Fee: Member $25 General Public: $50

Location: Studio C This is a year round continuous program teaching traditional Tae Kwon Do in the ITF style of Grandmaster Duk An Yun. Open to all levels and abilities the students are instructed in the self-defense techniques that have made Tae Kwon Do one of the most popular martial arts in the world. With an emphasis on teaching techniques for self-defense, this program helps the student build confidence and respect for themselves and others. Offered to both children and adults this is an excellent family activity and experience that will benefit everyone involved. Tuesdays & Thursdays

Intermediate/Advanced 10:00am-12:00pm Fee: Member $35 General Public: $70

REGISTER FOR 3 OR MORE CLASSES AT ONCE & SAVE $10!

Beginner/ Intermediate 6:00-6:45pm Fee: Member $60 General Public: $85

Minimum: 5 Part.

Advanced 6:45-7:45pm Fee: Member $80 General Public: $110

Minimum: 5 Part.

**MARTIAL ARTS UNIFORM & EQUIPMENT NOTE: All uniforms and additional equipment are purchased in class through your instructor.

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Climbing routes are changed every 6 weeks; with routes ranging from beginner to expert. During open climb the Auto Belay System is used. Anyone wishing to use the ropes must first pass a Belay Skills Test.

Wednesday 6:30-8:30pm (Adults Only) Fridays 5:00-8:00pm

Saturdays 10:00am-1:00pm Sundays 1:00-3:00pm

Fee: Member FREE (Members must show membership card) General Public: Day Pass purchase includes open climb...Day Pass: Youth (17 & under) $10 | Adult $15 *Family $20 (*Family: up to 6 people, parent(s) & children 24 & under. $5 each additional)

BEGINNER This class will educate climbers on basic equipment, skills, harness set-up and safety. Participants will use the auto belay system and be belayed by instructor throughout class. Climbers will set goals to achieve by the end of the session. Min. Age: 5 Mondays: 5:30-6:30pm Tuesdays: 6:30-7:30pm Fee: Member: $40 General Public: $80

Participants: Min.. 6, Max. 12

ROCKWALL

OPEN CLIMB TIMES, Ages 5 & up

ADULT INSTRUCTIONAL CLIMB

This is a relaxed atmosphere for all adults that would like to learn how to climb or expand their knowledge of the sport of climbing. There will be an instructor available to answer any questions or give you climbing advice if desired. Otherwise, just come and have a good time climbing with some friends. All participants must be 18 years or older to participate in this program. Participants: Min. 4, Max. 16 Thursdays: 7:00-9:00pm Session Fee: Member: $20 General Public: $56

INTERMEDIATE This class will educate climbers on more advanced climbing skills and belay techniques. It will serve as a gateway to the outdoors by increasing your knowledge of climbing terminology and technique and route climbing for inside and outside facilities. You must have completed the beginner class before registering for this class. If you are transferring from another facility, contact Beth Volbrecht at x224 before registering. Min Age: 5 Mondays: 6:30-7:30pm Tuesdays: 5:30-6:30pm Fee: Member: $40 General Pubic: $80

Participants: Min.. 6, Max. 12

ADVANCED This class will further climbers education on climbing technique and terminology. It will give climbers the opportunity to not only be belayed but belay themselves along with using assisted belay devices. Climbers will also have the opportunity to route build. Lastly, advanced climbers have to have a high level of fitness so fitness training will also be part of the curriculum to help you become a better all around climber. You must have completed the beginner and intermediate class before registering for this class. If you are transferring from another facility, contact Beth Volbrecht at x224 before registering. Min Age: 5 Equipment Suggestions: Chalk Bag and Climbing Shoes. You are welcome to bring in your own harness and belay devices as well. Thursday: 6:00-7:00pm Fee: Member: $40 General Public: $80

Participants: Min. 6, Max. 12

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ORIENTATIONS & PERSONAL TRAINING

FITNESS EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION

A great place to start; FREE 30-minute equipment orientation guided by a member of your Health Team! After your orientation to the equipment you will feel comfortable in our fitness center and will be able to safely and effectively use the cardio and selectorized equipment. No appointment required, please check in at Member Service Desk.

FITNESS FAST START

Your personalized consultation will include: • Face to Face interview, health history and goal setting • Exercise and clean eating guidance • Body Composition

MONDAYS @ 6:00PM FRIDAYS @ 11:00AM ACHIEVE YOUR

GOALS, START HERE!

During your consultation a member of your Health Team will ask you a series of questions and will then map out a plan for you based on your personal health and fitness GOALS. If the Health History reveals a need to speak to your doctor, a medical release will be provided to be completed by your doctor. Fee: $20.00, Register & complete Health Questionnaire at the Member Service Desk

PERSONAL TRAINING

Our knowledgeable and experienced personal trainers will create a customized workout program accompanied with clean eating guidelines so you have a plan to succeed! We offer a wide variety of strength training programs that are customized to each individuals goals. Our trainers will discuss in depth long and short term goals; as well as target areas that need to be monitored and improved. By doing so, we’re able to prepare a program that, over time, will enhance your overall health and fitness. No matter what your goal is, we will work with you directly to accomplish those goals in a safe and healthy environment. For your convenience we offer One-On-One (as low as $39 a session) & Partner Training (as low as $29 per person, per session); please contact Tenille Fick, Health & Wellness Director at 654.9622 ext. 235 for more information or to schedule a FREE consultation with a trainer. Complete Personal Trainer biography’s available at www.kenoshaymca.org. Please note sessions must be paid in full.

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WORK OUT AS A FAMILY Youth 11-13 are welcome in all our fitness classes when accompanied by a participating adult. YOUTH GUIDELINES FOR FITNESS CENTER We require children be 14 years old or older to utilize the Fitness Center. The Fitness Center includes all cardiovascular equipment, select weight equipment, free weight area and stretching. The YMCA understands the need for youth to be physically fit and active. However, safety is a #1 concern for us as well. The only exception to this rule will be youth ages of 12 and 13 who have successfully completed the YOUTH ORIENTATION. We highly recommend the clinic for 14 year olds as well.

YOUTH ORIENTATION (12-13 yr. olds) This clinic will teach your child the rules and proper etiquette to follow while working out in the Fitness Center. The participant will also learn how to perform some basic exercises properly. Once your child has successfully completed this clinic they will receive a completion bracelet, this is to be warn while working out, and they are able to utilize the Fitness Center under direct parental supervision. Thursday, October 5th @ 6:00pm -ORThursday, November 2nd @ 6:00pm -ORThursday, December 7th @ 6:00pm Fee: Member: $15 General Public: $30

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PERSONAL TRAINING @ GROUP FITNESS PRICES

BODY BOOTCAMP: This challenging, trainer led class is held in

TREAD30: Get started on your journey to becoming a runner

‘My Fitness Studio, and will focus on full body resistance training while incorporating blasts of cardio intervals. You’ll burn fat, improve muscle definition, increase cardio capacity, and most importantly have FUN!

in this 30-minute express running class. This small group class moves you through efficient, precisely designed intervals on the treadmill. With a low ratio of participant to trainer, you will focus on proper form and injury prevention, as you build your endurance and mileage.

HARD TARGET BLAST: This fun, challenging class combines

resistance training of the upper body and lower body major muscle groups with small blasts of high impact cardio (such as burpees, box jumps, mountain climbers, knee tuck jumps, etc). Bring your muscles to fatigue, burn some fat, and have some fun! Participants: Min. 5, Max 12

TRX® SUSPENSION TRAINING: Want a fast, effective

total-body workout? TRX Suspension Training leverages gravity and your own body weight along with the TRX Suspension Trainer™ to challenge your whole body while working in every plane of motion. Build a solid core, increase muscular endurance and strength, as well as improve flexibility and balance. Experience this device in Studio B and My Fitness Studio sessions. TRX® for SENIORS: This TRX class is appropriate for those who are intimidated, unfamiliar with TRX, more sedentary or older adults who are active and want to increase strength. Participants: Min. 5, Max 10

RUN & YOGA: Want to PR your next 5K, 10K or longer distance race?

Come join us! Improve your form and efficiency, and increase your power and speed in the first 40-45 minutes of this coach-led training class. The remainder of the hour will be spent doing yoga poses that specifically help runners improve their flexibility. Meet on the upstairs track, yoga will be in Studio A. Participants: Min 4, Max 10

SENIORS ON WEIGHTS: It’s important for seniors to be strong in

TRX® FUSION: Challenge your workouts with timed interval sets combining TRX exercises and cardio drills! This fun, full body workout is guaranteed to keep your heart rate pumping and burn mega calories. All levels are welcome. Participants: Min. 4, Max 10

order to maintain healthy bones and remain independent. This class is for our members who are 55 and better, and who are either new to strength training, or looking to challenge themselves more by learning new exercises. Participants: Min. 5, Max 12

DAY MONDAYS

CLASS

TIME

*FEE

INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

SENIORS ON WEIGHTS

10:15-11:05am

$32 / $64

Cathie

Studio B

TREAD30

11:00-11:30am

$28 / $56

Tammy

Fitness Floor

TRX FUSION

7:30-8:20pm

$32 / $64

Kyle

Studio B

BODY BOOTCAMP

7:00-8:00pm

$40 / $80

Amanda

My Fitness Studio

RUN & YOGA

6:00-7:00pm

$32 / $64

Tammy

Indoor Track & Studio A

HARD TARGET BLAST

9:15-10:05am

$32 / $64

Cathie

Studio B

TRX for SENIORS

10:15-11:05am

$32 / $64

Cathie

Studio B

BODY BOOTCAMP

11:30am-12:30pm

$40 / $80

Amanda

My Fitness Studio

TRX FUSION

4:30-5:20pm

$32 / $64

Kyle

Studio B

TREAD30

7:00-7:30pm

$28 / $56

Tammy

Fitness Floor

BODY BOOTCAMP

8:30-9:30am

$40 / $80

Amanda

My Fitness Studio

BODY BOOTCAMP

7:00-8:00pm

$40 / $80

Amanda

My Fitness Studio

TRX FUSION

8:00-8:50am

$32 / $64

Kyle

Studio B

TRX for SENIORS

9:15-10:05am

$32 / $64

Cathie

Studio B

TRX for SENIORS

10:15-11:05am

$32 / $64

Cathie

Studio B

NEW!

TUESDAYS NEW!

WEDNESDAYS

NEW!

THURSDAYS FRIDAYS

GROUP TRAINING

GROUP TRAINING

* FEE: Y Member / General Public

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ADULT SPORTS

CHARACTER FIRST, COMPETITION SECOND Our adult sports programs will provide every individual with an equal opportunity to participate in heartstrengthening, stress-reducing exercise, to socialize with friends, to quench the competitive fire, and most importantly TO HAVE FUN. SOCCER – OPEN GYM

PICKLEBALL – OPEN GYM

Location: Gym Recreational, yet competitive soccer for ages 12 & up. There will be one full court available.

Location: Gym (Courts 3 & 4) Pickleball is a recreational sport that is designed to be played by children and adults of all ages and abilities. It is played on a badminton-sized court with a specialized paddle and ball. Come and try this exciting new sport that is sweeping the nation. Equipment is available for use in the gym. To help everyone get started with this new game, a staff member will be available for demonstration and questions. Ages: 14 Years & Above (12-13 year olds are welcome with a parent) Sundays: 10:00am-12:00pm

TUESDAYS Youth 6:00-7:00pm

Adults 7:00-9:00pm

Fee: Member FREE (Members must show membership card) General Public: Day Pass purchase includes open sports... Day Pass: Youth (17 & under) $10 | Adult $15 | *Family $20 (*Family: up to 6 people, parent(s) & children 24 & under. $5 each additional)

Monday: 6:30-8:30pm

ADULT OPEN CLIMB

Fee: Member FREE (Members must show membership card)

Climbing routes are changed every 6 weeks; with routes ranging from beginner to expert. During open climb the Auto Belay System is used. Anyone wishing to use the ropes must first pass a Belay Skills Test.

General Public: Day Pass purchase includes open sports... Day Pass: Youth (17 & under) $10 | Adult $15 | *Family $20

Wednesday 6:30 - 8:30pm (Adults Only)

(*Family: up to 6 people, parent(s) & children 24 & under. $5 each additional)

Fee: Member FREE (Members must show membership card) General Public: Day Pass purchase includes open climb...Adult $15

VOLLEYBALL – OPEN GYM Location: Gym Recreational, yet competitive volleyball for ages 12 & up. There will be one court available, and if numbers warrant we will set-up another court. This format provides an opportunity to play without a team or a weekly commitment.

ADULT INSTRUCTIONAL CLIMB This is a relaxed atmosphere for all adults that would like to learn how to climb or expand their knowledge of the sport of climbing. There will be an instructor available to answer any questions or give you climbing advice if desired. Otherwise, just come and have a good time climbing with some friends. All participants must be 18 years or older to participate in this program. Participants: Min. 4, Max. 16

Wednesdays: 7:00-9:00pm Sundays: 3:00-5:00pm Fee: Member FREE (Members must show membership card)

Thursdays: 7:00-9:00pm

General Public: Day Pass purchase includes open sports... Day Pass: Youth (17 & under) $10 | Adult $15 | *Family $20

Session Fee: Member: $20 General Public: $56

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(*Family: up to 6 people, parent(s) & children 24 & under. $5 each additional)

times below are reserved for members ADULT The and guests to play full-court basketball. FULL COURT Monday: Noon-5:00pm & 8:00-9:00pm B-BALL Tuesday: Noon-5:00pm Wednesday: Noon-5:00pm Thursday: Noon-5:00pm & 7:00-9:00pm Friday: Noon-9:00pm Saturday: 1:00-5:00pm Sunday: 11:00am-3:00pm Please be courteous to all & follow pick-up games rules. *Schedule subject to change anytime.

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AQUATIC FITNESS CLASSES

Fee: Y Member / General Public

AQUA HIIT/CIRCUIT

SILVERSNEAKERS® SPLASH

Location: Lap Pool Challenge your cardiovascular system via High Intensity Interval Training with rest periods between intense timed intervals of either cardio, water weights or circuits may be done either station to station or alternating cardio with resistance. Participants: Min. 4, Max 25

Location: Lap Pool Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! This class offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility, and cardio endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance, and coordination. Participants: Min. 4, Max 25

Fridays

10:15-11:15am

$25 / $56

Nancy

AQUA ZUMBA

®

Location: Lap Pool Also known as Zumba ‘pool party’, provides low-impact exercise class based on the original Zumba land classes. Integrating the Zumba formula with traditional aqua fitness disciplines, the class blends it all together into a safe, challenging, water-based workout. Participants will work on aerobic endurance, muscular resistance, flexibility, joint mobility and body-toning all at the same time, without feeling like you’re ‘working out’. Participants: Min. 4, Max 25 Tuesdays Wednesdays Fridays

7:00-8:00pm 8:45-9:45am 9:15-10:15am

$25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56

Kristina Angel Corrine

FITNESS SWIMMING Location: Lap Pool You’ll be guided through a variety of drills to improve your technique, speed and endurance. Held in the Lap Pool, this is a great class for all competitive swimmers and triathletes. What to bring: proper swimwear, goggles, cap (women), fins (optional). Participants: Min. 4, Max 12 Wednesdays Thursdays

5:15-6:15am 6:00-7:00pm

$25 / $56 $25 / $56

Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Thursdays

9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 10:00-11:00am 8:30-9:30am 9:30-10:30am

FREE / $56 FREE / $56 FREE / $56 FREE / $56 FREE / $56

AQUATIC CLASSES

Looking for a new workout? Try aquatic exercise – its fun, low impact, and yet a very effective workout for all levels of fitness! We offer classes in both our warm water instructional pool and our lap pool. Members and guests may also work out by swimming, water walking, or through use of a variety of our specialty equipment (water dumbbells, noodles, aqua joggers) during any open swim time. Our aquatic fitness classes take place in the shallow sections of our pools (unless deep water is specifically listed) and do not require any swimming ability.

Corrine Nancy Angel Corrine Tammy

WATERinMOTION® Location: Lap Pool WATERinMOTION is the newest aqua exercise workout that provides a low impact, high-energy challenge for participants of all ages, skills and fitness levels. Jump in and make a splash with this dynamic cardiovascular workout that tones and tapers the entire body. With land equivalent intensity, fantastic sing-along quality music, and dynamic instructors, enjoy the pure fun of this 55-minute water extravaganza. Aqua-phobes will forever become aqua-FANS when they “Catch the Wave”! Participants: Min. 4, Max 25 Mondays Mondays Wednesdays

7:00-8:00am 7:30-8:30pm 7:00-8:00am

$25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56

Nicole Sheryl Bryan

Nicole Chera

WARM WATER MOVEMENT

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AQUA PI-YO-CHI

GENTLE WAVES

Location: Warm Water Instructional Pool Experience the pleasure of a mind-body program in the water. The fusion of Pilates, Yoga, and Tai Chi will help you to build a strong core, improve your balance and breathing, decrease stress, and increase your body’s energy flow. It’s fluid bliss… Participants: Min. 4, Max 16

Location: Warm Water Instructional Pool Gentle Waves works to improve your range of motion, flexibility, overall strength, and cardiovascular fitness while decreasing pain and/or discomfort associated with arthritis, fibromyalgia, and/or injury recovery. Enjoy the healing environment of the warm water pool where the water supports your body, leaving you to exercise effectively without pain. Participants: Min. 4, Max 25

Tuesdays Thursdays

8:00-8:45am 8:00-8:45am

$22 / $46 $22 / $46

Corrine Nancy

MOVEMENT & MOBILITY Location: Warm Water Instructional Pool Enjoy the safe and supportive environment of our warm water pool during this dedicated time. Participants have the opportunity to swim, water walk, or just enjoy themselves in their uninterrupted space (3’ to 4’3” water depth). No instruction provided; dedicated space with lifeguard on duty. Tuesdays Thursdays

11:30am-1:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm

FREE / $30 FREE / $30

Mondays Mondays Mondays Wednesdays Wednesdays Wednesdays Fridays Fridays

8:15-9:15am 9:15-10:15am 5:30-6:30pm 8:15-9:15am 9:15-10:15am 5:30-6:30pm 8:15-9:15am 9:15-10:15am

$25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56 $25 / $56

Jeanne Jeanne Dot Jeanne Jeanne Dot Jeanne Jeanne

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MONDAYS

DAY

THURSDAYS

WEDNESDAYS

TUESDAYS

GROUP FITNESS SCHEDULE

• Free to Y Members • Great for All Levels • Motivating Group Atmosphere

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CLASS Y COMBO YOGA SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC STEP CIRCUIT NEW! SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC BUTTS & GUTS - EXPRESS SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA BODY PUMP® WERQ® ZUMBA® PILOXING® YOGA BODY PUMP® HIIT NEW SPINERGY TIME YOGA Y COMBO ZUMBA® SPINLATES ZUMBA GOLD SENIOR CIRCUIT Y COMBO CYCLE COMPLETE STRONG BY ZUMBA® Y COMBO YOGA SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC ZUMBA® SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC YOGA PLUS SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA BUTTS & GUTS - EXPRESS BODY PUMP® YOGA ZUMBA® HIIT YOGA Y COMBO NEW SPINERGY TIME TAI CHI SENIOR CIRCUIT PILOXING® CYCLE COMPLETE

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TIME

INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

MIN/MAX*

5:15-6:05am 7:00-7:50am 8:15-9:00am 9:15-10:05am 9:15-10:00am 10:15-10:45am 10:15-11:00am 11:15am-12:00pm 12:15-1:15pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:20pm 5:30-6:20pm 6:30-7:20pm 6:45-7:45pm 5:15-6:05am 6:00-7:00am 8:30-9:20am 9:00-9:50am 9:00-9:50am 9:30-10:30am 10:00-10:45am 10:15-11:00am 5:00-5:50pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:00-7:00pm 5:15-6:05am 7:00-7:50am 8:15-9:00am 9:00-9:55am 9:15-10:00am 10:15-11:00am 10:15-11:05am 11:15am-12:00pm 5:45-6:15pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:20pm 6:45-7:45pm 5:15-6:05am 8:30-9:20am 9:00-9:50am 9:00-10:00am 9:30-10:20am 10:15-11:00am 5:00-5:50pm 5:30-6:30pm

Annette Jennifer Nancy Nancy Judy Tammy Corrine Corrine Nancy Tenille Bryan Christine Debbie Z. Bryan Annette Amanda Tammy Cathie Corrine Angie Corrine Cathie Tammy Jeanne Bryan Annette Jennifer Nancy Judy Judy Judy Nancy Nancy Amanda Kelly Debbie Z. Stephannie Annette Tammy Cathie Amanda Nancy Cathie Christine Jeanne

Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio C Studio C Studio C Studio B Studio C Studio B Studio C Studio B Cycle Studio Studio B Studio C Studio A Cycle Studio & A Studio B Studio C Studio C Cycle Studio Studio B Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio B Studio C Studio B Studio C Studio B Studio B Studio C Cycle Studio Studio B Studio C Studio C Cycle Studio

5 / 40 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 18 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 40 5 / 14 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 15 5 / 14 5 / 14 5 / 14 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 14 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 40 5 / 14 5 / 14 5 / 40 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 40 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 14 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 14 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 14 5 / 14 5 / 40 5 / 40 5 / 14

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CLASS BODY PUMP ZUMBA GOLD® NEW WERQ® TIME SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC BUTTS & GUTS - EXPRESS SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA BODY PUMP® BODY PUMP® YOGA ZUMBA® STEP IT UP NEW! CYCLE COMPLETE BUTTS & GUTS - EXPRESS WERQ®

SATURDAYS

FRIDAYS

®

TIME

INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

MIN/MAX*

5:15-6:15am 8:15-9:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:15-10:00am 10:00-10:30am 10:15-11:00am 11:15am-12:00pm 12:15-1:15pm 6:15-7:15am 7:00-7:50am 8:00-8:50am 8:30-9:20am 8:30-9:30am 9:15-9:45am 10:00-11:00am

Annette Corrine Tenille Tammy Tenille Tammy Nancy Nancy Annette/Kelly Jennifer Kristina Stephannie Jeanne Amanda Tenille

Studio C Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio C Studio C Studio C Studio A Studio C Studio A Cycle Studio Studio C Studio C

5 / 14 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 20 5 / 40 5 / 40 5 / 14 5 / 14 5 / 15 5 / 40 5 / 18 5 / 14 5 / 40 5 / 40

FEE: General Public, classes included with purchase of a day pass. No Registration...All classes are on a first-come, first-served basis.

GROUP FITNESS DESCRIPTIONS

FREE

BODYPUMP®: A fast way to shape up and lose body fat. This toning and conditioning class uses weights and is for just about everybody who wants to add strength training to their workout. The simplicity of BODYPUMP makes it a great starting point to develop strength and confidence. Hot sounds and compelling choreography keep you going through each workout. You’ll use a step platform, a bar and a set of weights. BODYPUMP Benefits • Burn up to 600 calories per class for fat loss • Improve your strength • Improve your general fitness • Shape and tone your muscles

BUTTS & GUTS - EXPRESS Challenge your core! Focus on the major muscles of the torso, toning and strengthening your abs, back, and butt. Strong core & butt muscles mean better posture, more balance, healthier back and more confidence. Part: Min. 4, Max. 14

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DAY

to Members PILOXING®

Celebrity workout to the stars created by Viveca Jensen is sweeping the nation. This intensified workout weaves together both Pilates and Boxing inspired moves. This class leaves no muscle behind while creating a fun and challenging workout that will leave you wanting more. Join Christine & Corrine our Licensed, Certified Piloxing Instructors

STEP CIRCUIT Experience variety, fun, and a total body workout in this heart pumpin’ and calorie burning step class that may incorporate resistance training and core exercises as well! All levels are welcome!

STEP IT UP:

HIIT

Interval training that combines short intervals of maximum intensity exercise separated by longer intervals of recovery or low to moderate intensity exercise. This high-impact, heart pumping workout will push you past your limits to get you in the shape you’ve always wanted to be!

This fun, up-beat, fast paced class is for anyone looking to get a high energy workout. Various step heights are determined by participant’s fitness level, ranging from the beginner to the advanced. Class concludes with core strengthening exercises.

STRONG by ZUMBA®

This class combines high intensity interval training (HIIT) with the science of Synced Music Motivation. In every class, music and moves sync in a way that pushes you past your perceived limits, to reach your fitness goals faster.

TAI CHI

Feel more invigorated, energized and balanced with this easy style of the Yang Short Form Tai Chi and random style of Chi Gong breathing exercises. Learn a fluid movement routine helping you to control slow movements and balance while also building strength. No equipment, experience, or shoes necessary.

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GROUP FITNESS & ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS

GROUP FITNESS, CONT.

ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS

WERQ

®

WERQ (pronounced “work”) is the fiercely fun, and fresh cardio dance fitness workout based on HIP HOP MUSIC with a little pop and rock mixed in. You can expect to sweat and burn about 500-900 calories each class! All dance and fitness abilities welcome!

Y COMBO These fun & challenging workouts are designed for all fitness levels. These classes combine three components of exercise: cardio, toning, and flexibility. You’ll get a variety of workouts, a mixture of challenges, all while using an assortment of equipment or none at all. Build endurance, strength, and flexibility.

YOGA

This class will create a pleasant feeling, rejuvenate your spirit, mind and body as well as improve flexibility, strength, vitality and energy. Some poses will be held momentarily to integrate breath work and self-awareness and some poses will flow oneto-another with the breath. Poses can be shown and modified for a variety of levels. You may bring your own yoga mat, if you have one. YOGA PLUS: Build strength, improve flexibility and de-stress. This class will be primarily yoga with a little tai-chi and pilates added in the mix.

ZUMBA® Join the Zumba party! This safe and effective total body workout is a fusion of Latin and International music and routines that feature aerobic/interval training. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps. You’ll never have more fun! ZUMBA GOLD®: Perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. In this class you will focus on cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance, so come ready to sweat, and leave empowered and feeling strong!

CYCLE CLASSES SPINERGY: Boost energy levels with SPINergy! This awesome, non-

impact workout is for everyone. Come sweat, have fun, and enjoy upbeat music while challenging yourself with lots of calorie-burning racing!

SPINLATES: SPIN+PILATES = SPINLATES! We’ll start in the Cycle Studio with 30-minutes of spin to burn calories, then move to Studio A for 30-minutes of Pilates to stretch and strengthen the muscles throughout the body. All levels are welcome!

CYCLE COMPLETE: A full-body workout! Class will include strength

“GET FIT YOUR WAY™!”

group exercise classes are appropriate for older adults who are fit and active as well as those who are sedentary, intimidated, unfamiliar with exercise, entering postrehabilitation programs and ALL who enjoy a positive, upbeat social environment. SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC In SilverSneakers Classic you’ll move to music as you increase muscular strength and flexibility. This multi-level, equipment based class takes you through a variety of exercises using hand-held weights, elastic tubing and a ball. This class is right for you regardless of your fitness level. Start improving your health today!

SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA Yoga will move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses; no floor work. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises and a final relaxation will promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Appropriate for everybody every age!

SILVERSNEAKERS® SPLASH Location: Lap Pool Activate your aqua exercise urge for variety! This class offers LOTS of fun and shallow water moves to improve agility, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance. No swimming ability is required, and a special SilverSneakers® kickboard is used to develop strength, balance, and coordination.

Y SENIOR CIRCUIT (formerly SilverSneakers Circuit) The Circuit class is for students who desire and are ready for an advanced senior workout. The format offers a blend of standing nonimpact choreography designed to increase cardiovascular endurance and muscular strength & endurance. Alternated with upper body strength work and hand-held weights, elastic tubing and a ball.

SilverSneakers message line: 262.654.9622 ext. 259 For complete information on Y fitness classes and the SilverSneakers Program, please contact the Health & Wellness Department at: 262.654.9622 ext. 235

training and 30-minutes of cycling.

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An eclectic mix of techniques, mostly Swedish, to help you relax mentally & physically. You may choose to include some therapeutic work too. 60 minutes: $60/70

90 minutes: $85/95

Mini Stress Buster (30-min) targeting the neck, shoulders & back: $35/45

SPECIALTY MASSAGES 1 THERAPEUTIC &/OR SPORTS MASSAGE More of an area specific massage geared towards working on tense, limiting or non-mobile areas of the body. Helps decrease tension, stiffness, and improves mobility. Techniques may include: muscle testing to determine problem areas; clinical and deep tissue massage techniques and/or massage tools, heat, or hot stones to assist in techniques. 30 minutes: $40/50 90 minutes: $90/100

60 minutes: $65/75

PRENATAL MASSAGE (w/ Barb) Soothing, relaxing massage specifically for women who are expecting. You will be propped up on pillows for appropriate support and positioning so you feel safe and comfortable. 30 minutes: $40/50

60 minutes: $65/75

SPECIALTY MASSAGES 2 HOT STONE MASSAGE A blend of relaxation massage techniques with warm, smooth Lava stones (high in natural minerals) ultimately leading to a deep relaxation experience while creating harmony and positive energy flow. A bit more oil is used during this massage so the stones glide smoothly. 60 minutes: $80/90

MASSAGE THERAPY

RELAXATION MASSAGE

90 minutes: $100/110

VIGOR & VITALITY A massage mixing Relaxation, Deep Tissue and Hot Stone. 90 minutes: $110/130

Schedule your appointment TODAY at the Member Service Desk or give us a call at 262.654.9622.

Please Note: If appointment needs to be canceled or rescheduled a minimum 24-hour courtesy notice is required or you will be charged a $30 minimum fee.

MEET OUR THERAPISTS... BARBARA is a Licensed Massage Therapist in Wisconsin and Illinois. She graduated as a Physical Therapist Assistant from the Medical College in Cracow, Poland. After coming to the United States, Barbara continued her studies in the field of Massage. Currently, she is highly skilled in many modalities including Deep Tissue Massage, Therapeutic Medical Massage, Sport Massage and Relaxing Swedish Massage. Barbara is very knowledgeable and would be happy to help you de-stress, or work up a treatment plan to address any problem areas you may currently have.

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NANCY is a WI Licensed Massage Therapist and a graduate of the Wisconsin Institute of Natural Wellness, a 650 hour program. With over 14 years of experience, she has advanced training in Orthopedic massage; Neuromuscular Therapy; Medical, Sports, Hot Stone, Myofascial Mobilization, Positional Release and Cranial Sacral Therapy 1. Nancy has also worked in the fitness field for over 22 years with extensive schooling, trainings and certifications in wellness, personal training, group fitness instructing, aquatic fitness, yoga and Pilates. “My passion is helping people to feel better & to reach their lifestyle goals from the inside out.�

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Giving back and providing support to our neighbors.

Participation in family and youth oriented activities such as sports, mentoring, computers, life skills training sessions and field trips will help give a renewed sense of purpose and direction and exposure to a better way of life. We strive to meet the social, academic and physical needs of Kenosha’s neediest children through programming and family visits. BOYS-2-MEN

WOULD YOU LIKE TO VOLUNTEER?

Our young males and females are at risk of prison, jail, gangs and violence. Offering a spiritual component as well as talk sessions on every topic that is important to our youth; this program gives them a foundation to build on. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend with their children.

Help is primarily needed after regular school hours and on weekends; see schedule to right for program days & times.

Y CHOICE YOUTH & FAMILY Children are transported in the Frank Neighborhood bus to the Y. This program gives youth a safe place to come and participate in a wide range of positive activities and an opportunity to have experiences outside the neighborhood.

IF YOU CAN HELP OR IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ON THE FRANK NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECT PLEASE CONTACT: Pastor William Harris, Frank Neighborhood Project Director 262.359.7685 or 262.654.9622 ext. 217 wharris@kenoshaymca.org

FEEDING FAMILIES PROGRAM Designed to help those with dependent children, grandparents caring for their grandchildren, and families living in poverty. This program provides dairy, fruits & vegetables, canned goods and snacks on a weekly basis. Families must attend an information session on the various other resources that are available to them in our community.

From the Top: Car Wash fundraiser, Playing ball with a few Deputy’s, Preparing for Feeding Families pick-up, and a tour of the Jelly Belly Factory

BREAKFAST & HOOPS Held two Saturdays a month at Frank Elementary, this program is designed to provide a solid meal and a safe place for neighborhood families to recreate on the weekend.

FAMILY NIGHT This is a time for sharing and coming back to the dinner table. This is an evening designed to strengthen families and build community. We provide transportation for families to come and recreate together in a positive environment with positive role models and activities. Volunteers prepare and serve a dinner that is fit for a king!

NIGHTS OUT Occasionally we will special nights for only the boys and their fathers or the girls and their mothers.

In Partnership with the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department

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FRANK NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECT PROGRAM & ACTIVITY SCHEDULE

Please join us for these FREE activities held throughout the school year. BREAKFAST & HOOPS Have a nutritious breakfast and some fun in the gym. Every other Saturday morning @ 9:00am-12:00pm.

BOYS NIGHT OUT A night of just men! @ Frank one Friday every other month, 6:00-8:00pm. (Dates: 9/15, 12/15, 2/16 & 4/27)

FAMILY NIGHT OUT A family dinner, movie and raffle prizes! One Friday of each Month @ 6:00pm.

GIRLS NIGHT OUT A night of just girls! @ Frank one Friday every other month, 6:00-8:00pm. (Dates: 8/18, 10/27, 1/19, 5/25)

Y’S CHOICE YOUTH & FAMILY Fun activities at the YMCA. Every Tuesday & Wednesday evening, 6:00pm - 8:00pm. (Dates)

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EDUCATION

AMERICAN RED CROSS TRAINING Join the NEXT GENERATION of Red Cross Training! The Kenosha YMCA is a leader in providing up-todate training and certification through the American Red Cross. We regularly offer certification and review courses in Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer and Healthcare Provider, and Water Safety Instructor Training. If you have any questions about which course is right for you, please contact Beth Volbrecht at 262.654.9622 ext. 224.

LIFEGUARD TRAINING + WATERFRONT SKILLS Course Content & Prerequisites: This course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize, and respond to emergencies in and around pool and waterfront environments. Participants must successfully complete the following prerequisite swimming skills: 550-yard, continuous swim using front crawl and/or breaststroke; tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs; swim 20 yards, retrieve a 10 pound brick from a maximum depth of 12 feet, then swim 20 yards with both hands on the brick; and swim 5 yards, submerge and retrieve 3 dive rings placed 5 yards apart, surface and swim to the wall. Participants must be 15 or older by completion of course. Certificate: American Red Cross Lifeguarding & Waterfront Skills (includes CPR/AED and First Aid), upon successful completion of the written and physical skills tests. Certificate is valid for 2 years. Fee: Member $225 General Public: $250

LIFEGUARDING REVIEW The purpose of a review course is to give individuals the opportunity to review the course content within a formal course setting. Participants will have the opportunity to view video segments, practice and perform skills for evaluation and complete the final written exam(s) for the course being reviewed. The course includes: Lifeguarding, CPR/ AED, First Aid, and Waterfront Skills if needed. Participants must bring their current certificate, CPR resuscitation mask, and be prepared to complete the swimming skills pretest (see above). Certificate is valid for 2 years. Individuals with a current (ARC) Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED or Shallow Water Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED certificate may participate in a review course. Pretest for these certifications is: • 300-Yard Swim • Tread Water (2 minutes w/o hands) • Timed Event (retrieve brick)

WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR TRAINING Course Content & Prerequisites: Each year the American Red Cross teaches more than 2 million children and adults to swim. Red Cross Water Safety Instructors are in demand throughout the country and certification is recognized nationwide, so you can work wherever you go. As a Water Safety Instructor, you will be able to teach: -Learn to Swim Aquatics, Levels 1-6 -Parent and Child Aquatics -Preschool Aquatics -Adult Swim -Water Safety Courses and Presentations Here are just a few of the many reasons to get certified as a Water Safety Instructor and join our winning team: - Have fun working with your friends and peers in a safe environment - Gain terrific work experience as an aquatics professional - Earn money, or join a volunteer team, while teaching people to swim - Gain the respect of your peers and community - Learn leadership and teaching skills that will help you in any career - Make a difference in others’ lives as well as your own - Teach skills that may save a life Proficient swimming strokes and skills exceeding Level 5 and current CPR and Community First Aid certification are required for successful completion. Participants must be 16 or older by completion of course NEW CLASS STRUCTURE: Blended learning; consisting of instructor led and online instruction. Please contact Beth V. at 262.654.9622 ext. 224 or via email at bvolbrecht@kenoshaymca.org if interested. Fee: Member $250 General Public: $275

TEACH SWIMMING LESSONS

& SAVE A LIFE!

Fee: Member $115 General Public: $135

STANDARD FIRST AID Course Content & Prerequisites: While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared. Responders will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to give care in an emergency, help sustain life, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until medical help arrives. There are no prerequisites for this course. Certificate is valid for 2 years. Fee: Member $45 General Public: $55

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CPR/AED FOR THE PROFESSIONAL RESCUER & HEALTHCARE PROVIDER Course Content & Prerequisites: The purpose of the American Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers program is to train professional-level rescuers to respond and provide care to breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults, children, and infants until more advanced medical personnel take over. The program combines discussions and video with hands-on skills training to promote effective learning and keep students motivated. The course is based on real-life rescue scenarios and lessons that reinforce decision-making skills so that you can be confident when responding to an emergency. There are no prerequisites for this course. Certificate is valid for 2 years. Fee: Member $75 General Public: $85

CPR/AED FOR THE PROFESSIONAL RESCUER & HEALTHCARE PROVIDER - REVIEW Prerequisites for this course: holding a current certification. Must bring your CPR resuscitation mask. Certificate is valid for 2 years. Fee: Member $45 General Public: $55

ARC TRAINING SCHEDULE CLASS

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CPR/AED REVIEW

Monday, October 16

4:00pm-9:00pm

LIFEGUARD TRAINING w/ WATERFRONT SKILLS

Thursday, October 19 Friday, October 20 Saturday, October 21 Sunday, October 22 Monday, October 23

4:00pm-9:00pm 4:00pm-9:00pm 8:00am-6:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm 4:00pm-9:00pm

WATERFRONT LIFEGUARDING REVIEW

Friday, November 10 Saturday, November 11 Sunday, November 12

4:00pm-9:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm 1:00pm-5:00pm

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The American Red Cross also offers a FREE online refresher center to keep your knowledge and skills sharp so you are ready to respond. Visit www.redcrossrefresher. com.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 1. What should I bring to a Red Cross class at the YMCA? A copy of the course manual. Plan to bring a bag lunch for Saturday (full day) courses. If taking a review class, your current certificate and resuscitation mask. For Lifeguarding classes: a towel, goggles, appropriate swimwear, a snack and water bottle. We will go from the pool to the classroom often, so wear comfortable clothes. Optional: your whistle and nylon hip pack. 2. How do I get the manual for my class? Go to www.redcross.org to download to an e-reader or tablet or print. Please do this before attending class.

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3. Do you have to be an athlete or on the swim team to become a Lifeguard? Not necessarily. However you’ll need to complete the pretest as listed on previous page successfully. You should be comfortable in the water, demonstrate breath control, and use a strong kick that moves you forward. During the breaststroke you should demonstrate the ‘Pull, Breathe, Kick, Glide’ technique. Goggles can be worn only during the 550 yard swim.

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4. Who is eligible to participate in a Lifeguarding Review class? The Lifeguarding Review course is for those individuals with a current American Red Cross Lifeguarding or Lifeguarding & Waterfront Skills certificate. If your certificate has expired or you hold a certificate from a different organization you should take the full Lifeguarding or Lifeguarding & Waterfront Skills course.

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FAMILY FUN...

JOIN US FOR THESE FREE FAMILY HOLIDAY EVENTS! A donation to our Annual Campaign would be greatly appreciated.

HALLOWEEN PARTY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31st 6:30 - 8:30pm Join us for a hallowing good time, including freaky fun food, trick or treating, a costume contest & other spook-sational activities for kids ages 3-12 & parents too.

HOLIDAY CELEBRATION BREAKFAST SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd 9:00 - 11:00am Your family will enjoy pictures & story time with Santa, and creating family ornaments & cards. Menu: Mrs. Claus Egg-cellent Casserole, Reindeer Trailmix Cereal, Frosty’s Yogurt, Elf Fruit and Santa’s Special Hot Cocoa.

NEW YEAR’S EVE FAMILY CELEBRATION

more details to come.....

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR EVENT SPONSORS...

ABATRON, INC. 30

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TOGETHER WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US “Lily had tried swimming lessons when she was three, but she refused to participate. By age 8 she was open to participating in the ‘Learn to Swim’ week, but was terrified of the water. She did GREAT...by the end of the week her fear was gone and she was ready for more! She now swims proficiently on both her back and front and is acting as the teacher when she swims with her little brother.” -Sara A.

“Throughout the years I have tried various methods of exercise without much consistency. I am one that needs the group structure, the music, someone to count and tell me every move to make. I found that the SilverSneakers classes provided all of that for me.” -Mary C.

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

HEALTHY LIVING Helping kids, adults and families improve their health and well-being.

Believe in their potential and help all children discover what they can achieve.

“The Frank Neighborhood Project has changed my life and the lives of my four children. This program has opened my eyes to the difference in everyone. Being able to make a change in a child’s life means a lot to me because I believe ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. My children have met many new friends and gone on quite a few fieldtrips. The Kenosha police and fire fighters visit the Frank Neighborhood Project and engage with the children in ways that other people don’t. Our involvement in this program has given my children feelings of self-respect and taught them to respect others.” -Tiffany G.

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY The power of what we can achieve by giving back to those that need it most.

GIVE FOR A BETTER US

To learn more about Giving to the Y, contact: Chris Finkel, Development Director 262.564.6813, cfinkel@kenoshaymca.org

Please check your strongest area of interest:

Greatest Need $5,000

$2,500

Wavro Scholarship Fund $1,000

$500

Miracle League $250

$100

Youth Development $50

Frank Neighborhood Project

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A Stronger, Healthier Us

HEALTHY LIVING FAIR Saturday, November 18 @ the Y th

FREE Healthy Living Fair: 10:00am - 1:00pm We are excited to welcome several area health professionals and organizations. Many are offering FREE screenings and evaluations, so be sure to plan lots of time to enjoy and learn how to maintain and improve your health. • doTERRA Essential Oils • Society’s Assets • Avada Audiology & Hearing Care: Hearing Screening • CIS Research: Quick A1c and Blood Pressure Screenings • Three Moons Acupuncture: Ear Seed placements • Kenosha County Division of Health • Modern Woodmen of America: Prize Drawing • Camp Timber-lee • Kenosha Fire Department • Hospice Alliance • Good Value Pharmacy • Kenosha Public Library: Wii Games • Midwest College of Oriental Medicine • Racine Dental Group FREE facility access, bring a friend & share your routine. AND MORE... • Open Swim: Noon-5pm, don’t forget proper swim attire

OPEN HOUSE: 6:00am - 5:00pm

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Kenosha YMCA Program Guide  

Fall II session: October 23 - December 17, 2017 Member Registration Begins: Monday, October 9th General Public Begins: Monday, October 16th