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WINTER 2020

Programming for all ages.

WINTER SESSION: JAN 27 – APRIL 5 REGISTER ONLINE OR IN PERSON.

REGISTRATION BEGINS: TUESDAY, JAN 7 • 7:30PM MADISON AREA YMCA MEMBERS

TUESDAY, JAN 14 • 7:30PM OPEN REGISTRATION

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OUR COMMUNITY Together, we can build a better us.

All adults over the age of 18 must provide a state/ government-issued photo ID to enter the facility.

What's Inside the Guide • F.M. Kirby Children's Center | page 2

• SOPA: School of Performing Arts | page 14-15

• Swim Lessons | page 3-5

• Special Needs Programs | page 16

• Y Ninja Gym | page 6

• Sports | page 17-18

• Gymnastics | page 7-8

• Enrichment and Family Programming | page 19-20

• Adult/Teen Programs | page 9

• Kids Central | page 21

• Commit to Be Fit Package | page 10

• Teens @ the Y | page 22

• Small Group Training | page 10

• Scout Badges | page 23

• Healthy Weight Loss | page 11

• Community Events and Special Membership offers | pages 25-26

• Group Exercise | page 11

AND SO MUCH MORE!

• Paths to Wellness | page 12

FAMILY CENTER EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS EXTENDED HOURS! CHRISTMAS OPEN 5AM – 2PM Christmas Eve: Tues., December 24 Christmas Day: Weds., December 25 CLOSED NEW YEARS New Years Eve: Tuesday, December 31 OPEN 5AM - 4PM New Years Day: Wednesday, January 1 OPEN 8AM - 2PM NOW OPEN!

FAMILY CENTER REGULAR HOURS Monday - Friday 5:00AM - 10:30PM Saturday 5:45AM - 9:30PM Sunday 7:00AM - 8:00PM

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F.M. KIRBY CHILDREN'S CENTER OF THE MADISON AREA YMCA INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING PLANS FULL AND HALF-DAY OPTIONS

ENROLL ANYTIME OF YEAR!

SAFE, PARK-LIKE CAMPUS

HIGH-QUALITY EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION BEFORE- AND AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAMS kindergarten to 5th grade

• Homework help, time management, project planning and STEM programs. • Full-day programming and care during school closings, vacations and holidays. • Bussing provided to and from local area schools and for programs at the Family Center.

PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS 3 to 5 years old • • • •

Full-day and half-day programs. Students further develop critical thinking and fine and gross motor skills and emphasis on STEM curriculum. For full-day students, bussing to and from the Family Center for enrolled programs. An additional Young Fives program provides additional structure and kindergarten readiness-building enrichment with a strong emphasis on curriculum.

TODDLER PROGRAMS 20 months to 3 years old

• Full-day and half-day programs, as well as toddler speech program Talking Tots. • Child-centered approach emphasizes social, emotional and language skills. • An additional Preschool Readiness program encourages growth to promote independence and success.

INFANT CHILD CARE 6 weeks to 20 months old

• Full-day and select part-day options now available. NEW! • Every infant has a primary caregiver to promote healthy social and emotional development. • Provides critical physical, cognitive and neurodevelopmental opportunities.

SCHEDULE A TOUR TODAY! 973-377-4945

LET US BE YOUR PARTNER DURING THESE EXCITING YEARS. Tuition assistance is available. 54 EAST STREET, MADISON, NJ, 973-377-4945

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STRONG SWIMMERS

CONFIDENT KIDS Swimming is a vital skill that makes life safer and more fun. Every child should learn how to swim for safety, fitness and a positive self-image. Classes include Parent/Child through Adult swimming instruction. Experienced instructors offer group and private swim lessons for all ages and abilities. Our programs, offered year-round, are focused on building strong, secure and confident individuals. Lap and open swim times are offered. Birthday pool parties are available. The Madison Area YMCA is home to the Mariners, our competitive swim team.

MASTERS SWIMMING NEW!

Our Masters Swimming program is a productive and fun way to achieve your goals in a supportive, friendly environment. Under the guidance of USA Swimming Certified Coach James Sheerin, you will improve your endurance, hone your technique, practice in all four strokes and prepare for swim meets. See page 9 for more information, prices and schedule.

Mariners Swim Team PRIVATE LESSONS

Private lessons provide personal instruction in the pool. Our qualified swim instructors are available for private swim lessons for ages 3 years old through adult. For more information, please email: PrivateSwimLessons@madisonymca.org.

OPEN SWIM

Throughout the year, Open Swim helps to deepen family connections and give members a sense of belonging. Please visit www.madisonareaymca.org/schedules for our Open Swim times.

LIFEGUARD CERTIFICATIONS

Throughout the year, American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid & CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer certifications are offered. The course is structured as a blended learning class; students complete most of the classroom portion at home prior to the start of the 3-day in-person skills sessions. Dates and more information can be found on our website. 3

The Madison Area YMCA Mariners nationallyranked competitive swim team offers a year-round opportunity for competitive swimming in both YMCA and USA Swimming for girls and boys from 6 years old through high school age. Offering training and practice groups for swimmers of all ability levels—from limited or no experience in the sport to advanced levels—the Mariners provides an opportunity for team members to develop their skills while challenging themselves to reach their optimal potential in a fun, inclusive, supportive and safe environment. The Mariners practice the YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility, and embrace the philosophy of a healthy mind, body and spirit. CONTACT: Competitive Aquatics Director Jon Siegel jsiegel@madisonymca.org 973.822.9622 x 2228

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AQUATICS Lisa Shannon, Aquatics Director - lshannon@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2230 Thomas Long, Associate Aquatics Director - tlong@madisonymca.org - x2229 Kathryn Marsh, Associate Aquatics Director - kmarsh@madisonymca.org - x2224 Day Time Price

Swim Birthday Party

(Ages 7+) Limited to 25 children. Splish, splash, cool off and celebrate with a pool party! Recommended for children who can stand in 3 feet of water and swim. Participants unable to swim must be accompanied by an adult. Short swim test given at beginning of party. Certified lifeguard on duty and coordinator to make sure you have a great pool experience Call for availability. 294/366

*Class fees may reflect proration

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Preschool Stage 3: Water Stamina (10 weeks)

Parent/Child

Preschool

Stage A: Water Discovery (10 weeks)

Stage 1: Water Acclimation (10 weeks)

(Formerly Parent/Child) (Ages 6-18mos) Parent/Child class in which infants are encouraged to enjoy themselves while learning about the water. Participants have not taken Parent/Child classes previously. No Prerequisite. Sa 9-9:30am 130/192 Sa 10:10-10:40am 130/192 Su 11:35am-12:05pm 130/192

Stage B: Water Exploration (10 weeks) Formerly Parent/Child (Ages 18-36mos) Parent/Child class in which toddlers explore body positions, floating, blowing bubbles and fundamental water safety skills. Child should be comfortable entering and exiting pool with parent, as well as respond to verbal cues. Participants have taken Parent/Child class previously. M 9:30-10am 130/192 Sa 9:35-10:05am 130/192 Su 10:30-11am 130/192

Stage C: Silly Seals (10 weeks) (Ages 2.5-4yrs) Parent/Child class that work with the parent, child and instructor to gain confidence in the water while building a relationship with the instructor. Goal is to slowly have parent participation phased out. W 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Sa 10:10-10:40am 130/192 Su 11-11:30am 130/192

Preschool Stage 1: Toddler Swim (10 weeks) NEW! (Ages 2.5-3yrs) For toddlers ready to be in water without parent. Smaller group setting to accommodate age and ability. M 9-9:30am 200/300 M 6-6:30pm 200/300 Tu 5:30-6pm 200/300 W 9-9:30am 200/300 W 6-6:30pm 200/300

Formerly Pike Plus (Ages 3-5yrs) Children develop comfort with water and are ready to explore the aquatic environment while developing basic skills and understanding of safety around water with instructor help. No prerequisite. Tu 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 W 1:30-2pm 130/192 W 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Th 10-10:30am 130/192 Th 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 Sa 9-9:30am 130/192 Sa 10:10-10:40am 130/192 Su 11-11:30am 130/192

Formerly Ray (Ages 3-5yrs) Swimmer is introduced to rotary breathing, swimming on back, with integrated arm and leg action. Practice swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, glide off and return to wall, and to swim on front for 10-15 yds. M 6-6:30pm 130/192 Tu 10-10:30am 130/192 Tu 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 W 6-6:30pm 130/192 Th 1:30-2pm 130/192 Sa 9:35-10:05am 130/192 Su 11-11:30am 130/192

Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (10 wks) Formerly Starfish (Ages 3-5yrs) Swimmers develop stroke technique in front and backstroke and reinforce water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on front and back for 25 yds unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. W 6-6:30pm 130/192 Th 2-2:30pm 130/192 Sa 9:35-10:05am 130/192

Stage 2: Water Movement (10 weeks) Formerly Eel (Ages 3-5yrs) Children focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water. Swimmer should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 5 yds. M 2-2:30pm 130/192 M 6-6:30pm 130/192 Tu 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 W 9-9:30am 130/192 W 2-2:30pm 130/192 MADISONAREAYMCA.ORG W 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Th 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 Th 5:30-6pm 130/192 Sa 9:35-10:05am 130/192 Sa 10:10-10:40am 130/192 Su 11:35am-12:05pm 130/192

School Age Stage 1: Water Acclimation (10 weeks) No Formal Lessons (Ages 5-12yrs) Children develop comfort with water and are ready to explore the aquatic environment while developing basic skills and understanding of safety around water with instructor help. No prerequisite. Th 5:30-6pm 130/192

Stage 2: Water Movement (10 weeks) For information on available classes or to request an evaluation, please contact the Aquatics department at 973-822-9622 x2230. madisonareaymca.org/swim

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Formerly Polliwog (Ages 5-12yrs) Children focus on body position and control, directional change, and forward movement in the water. Child should be comfortably able to go underwater, to front and back float, and to swim unassisted for 5 yds. M 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Th 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Su 12:10-12:40pm 130/192

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PRIVATE LESSONS!

Our qualified swim instructors are available for private swim lessons for ages 3 years old through adult. For more information, please email PrivateSwimLessons@madisonymca.org.

IT DOESN'T HAPPEN IN 10 WEEKS.

Like any other skill, swimming requires practice and repetition.

LEARN TO SWIM TODAY! Day Time Price

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Stage 3: Water Stamina (10 weeks) Formerly Guppy (Ages 5-12yrs) Swimmer is introduced to rotary breathing, swimming on back, with integrated arm and leg action. Practice swimming to safety from a longer distance. Child should be able to float unassisted, glide off and return to wall, and to swim on front for 10-15 yds. M 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Tu 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 Tu 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Th 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 Th 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Sa 9-9:30am 130/192 Su 12:10-12:40pm 130/192

Stage 5: Stroke Development (10 weeks) Formerly Minnow (Ages 5-12yrs) Students continue to work on stroke technique and learn all major competitive strokes. The emphasis on water safety continues through treading water and sidestroke. Child should be able to swim front and back crawl for 50 yds (2 laps), have knowledge of breaststroke and tread water for 90 seconds. M 7:10-7:40pm 130/192 Tu 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Tu 5-5:30pm 130/192 W 7:10-7:40pm 130/192 Th 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Th 5-5:30pm 130/192 Sa 10:45-11:15am 130/192 Su 12:40-1:10pm 130/192

Progressive Swim Clinic (10 weeks) This program focuses on technique and modifications of racing strokes while building skills. Registration requirements: Must have completed Stage 6 or have the ability to swim a 50 of Freestyle with rotary breathing, a 50 of backstroke, a 50 of breast stroke and a 25 of butterfly. They also must know how to comfortably dive off the block and have basic knowledge of a flip turn. If they have not taken Stage 6 the first class will be an evaluation of their placement. (Ages 6-9yrs) Tu 7-8pm 280/379 Th 7-8pm 280/379 (Ages 10-13yrs) Tu 7-8pm 280/379 Th 7-8pm 280/379

Stage 4: Stroke Introduction (10 weeks) Formerly Micro Minnow (Ages 5-12yrs) Swimmers develop stroke technique in front and backstroke and reinforce water safety through treading water and elementary backstroke. Child should be able to swim on their front and back for 25 yds unassisted and tread water for 15 seconds. M 6:35-7:05pm 130/192 Tu 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Tu 5:30-6pm 130/192 W 7:10-7:40pm 130/192 Th 3:50-4:20pm 130/192 Th 4:25-4:55pm 130/192 Sa 9-9:30am 130/192 Sa 10:45-11:15am 130/192 Su 12:10-12:40pm 130/192

Stage 6: Stroke Mechanics (10 wks) Formerly Fish / Flying Fish (Ages 6-12yrs) Children refine technique on all major competitive strokes, being introduced to butterfly kick and butterfly arm. Child should be able to swim front crawl, back crawl, and breaststroke for 100 yards, butterfly for 50 yards, and tread water for 2 minutes and 30 seconds. M 7:10-7:40pm 130/192 Tu 5-5:30pm 130/192 W 7:10-7:40pm 130/192 Th 5-5:30pm 130/192 Sa 10:45-11:15am 130/192 Su 12:40-1:10pm 130/192

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Y NINJA GYM

Y Ninja Gym Birthday Party (Ages 5+yrs) Looking for a fun, high energy and exciting way to celebrate your child’s birthday? Come tumble and jump at the Y! This party includes use of our custom designed Y Ninja Gym obstacle course as well as our inflatable Tumble Trak, 10 ft. Warped Wall and foam pit. Call for availability. 380/447

Christina Lopez, Gymnastics & Y Ninja Gym Director - clopez@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2264 Gus Ibranyi, Preschool Gymnastics & Y Ninja Gym Associate - gibranyi@madisonymca.org - x2239

TUMBLE TOGETHER SIBLING ENROLLMENT: Receive a reduced rate when siblings sign up together. • First Child - regular price • Second Child - 20% off regular price • Third+ Child - 10% off regular price

MULTI-PROGRAM ENROLLMENT: 20% off the regular price on a second gymnastics or Y Ninja class. • Gymnastics & Y Ninja Gym • Gymnastics & Gymnastics • Y Ninja Gym & Gymnastics Registration must be done in person and part of a single registration transaction. Other restrictions may apply. Ask the Welcome Center.

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Y Ninja Gym and Me (20 weeks) NEW! (Ages 2-3yrs) This 45-minute parent/child class offers toddlers an opportunity to develop strength, flexibility and social skills through a variety of age-appropriate Y Ninja Gym activities. This class uses small scale age appropriate Y Ninja Gym equipment to include circuits, songs, activities, and obstacle courses. The parent assists the child in exploring these new exciting activities and adventures. The structure is similar to our well known Gym Dandy classes. W 9:15-10am 319/477

Preschool Y Ninja Gym Tots (20 weeks) (Ages 2-3yrs) Is your child ready to attend class without a parent/guardian but not toilet trained or ready for an hour class yet? This co-ed program is taught with flexible thematic lesson plans to allow for creative exploration, growth and development while building strength and self-confidence. See full description online. Parents must remain in the building. W 10-10:45am 319/477 F 11:30am-12:15pm 319/477 Su 11:30am-12:15pm 240/359

Y Ninja Gym Koalas (20 weeks) (Children must be toilet trained.) (Ages 3yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online W 11-11:45am 319/477 W 1:00-1:45pm 319/477 W 3:45-4:45pm 420/630 F 1:00-1:45pm 319/477 F 1:45-2:30pm 319/477 Su 12:45-1:45pm 316/473

*Class fees may reflect proration.

Preschool Y Ninja Gym Pandas (20 weeks) (Ages 4yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online W 11-11:45am 319/477 W 1-1:45pm 319/477 W 3:45-4:45pm 420/630 W 4:45-5:45pm 420/630 F 1-1:45pm 319/477 F 1:45-2:30pm 319/477 Su 12:45-1:45pm 316/473

School Age Y Ninja Gym Cheetahs (20 weeks) (5-6yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online W 11-11:45am 319/477 W 1-1:45pm 319/477 W 3:45-4:45pm 420/630 W 4:45-5:45pm 420/630 F 1-1:45pm 319/477 F 1:45pm-2:30pm 319/477 Su 12:45-1:45pm 316/473 Su 2-3pm 316/473 Y Ninja Gym Panthers (20 weeks) (7-8yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online W 3:45-4:45pm 420/630 W 4:45-5:45pm 420/630 Su 2-3pm 316/473

Y Ninja Gym Tigers (20 weeks) (9-10yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online W 4:45-5:45pm 420/630 Su 2-3pm 316/473 Y Ninja Gym Dragons (20 weeks) (11-15yrs) This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. See full description online Su 2-3pm 316/473 6

Y Ninja Fit for Teens

NEW!

(20 wks) (Ages 12-17yrs)

This combination Y Ninja Gym/Fitness class includes 30 minutes of obstacle course training methodology specifically designed to build coordination, motor control, conditioning, proprioception, body awareness, spatial awareness, agility and physical strength. This class develops self-confidence, teamwork and discipline. Participants will also take part in a short, 30 minute comprehensive workout centered around balance, agility and strength, all things that coincide with Y Ninja Gym. F 4:30-5:30pm 210/280

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Gym Toddler (20 weeks)

Jolly Jumper III (20 weeks)

(Crawling-2yrs) This 45-minute parent-child class offers toddlers an opportunity to further develop strength, flexibility and social skills through a variety of age-appropriate activities including group songs, equipment circuit, and parachute. The perfect way to begin your child's journey in our gymnastics program. M 9:15-10am 280/420 Tu 10-10:45am 294/441 F 9:15-10am 294/441

Kinder Gym Boys and Girls (20 weeks)

(Age 5 yrs) In this class, the concepts of balance, coordination, strength and flexibility are emphasized in a positive environment. Children participate in progressive gymnastics activities while using a variety of gymnastics equipment. M 1:15-2:15pm 378/564 Th 1:15-2:15pm 398/594 F 10:15-11:15am 398/594

Preschool Gym Dandy (20 weeks)

Jolly Jumper I (20 weeks)

(Must be 2 yrs by first class) (Ages 2-3yrs) This 45-minute parent-child class offers toddlers an opportunity to further develop strength, flexibility and social skills through a variety of age-appropriate activities including group songs, equipment circuit, and parachute. In this class, participants build on the basics that were introduced in Gym Toddler while adding more challenging and age appropriate play and gymnastics instruction. M 10-10:45am 280/420 Tu 9:15-10am 294/441

(Children must be toilet trained.) (Age 3yrs) This one-hour program is specially designed to introduce and develop locomotor skills, basic gymnastics skills, social skills, handeye coordination, cooperation, taking turns, following directions and listening. Children are introduced to progressions of gymnastics skills and apparatus in a fun, educational and safe environment. M 1:15-2:15pm 378/564 Th 1:15-2:15pm 398/594 F 10:15-11:15am 398/594

Preschool

Preschool Boys and Girls (20 weeks)

Time 2 Tumble (20 weeks) (Age 2yrs) This boys and girls 30-minute dynamic class was developed for independent toddlers to enhance their gross motor skills, muscle tone, balance, coordination, and selfconfidence through important skills such as climbing, jumping, kicking, throwing, and catching. Participants do not need to be toilet trained. Parents must remain in the building. M 11-11:45am 280/420 Tu 11-11:45am 294/441 Th 9:15-10am 294/441 Th 11:15am-12pm 294/441

Tumble Tots (20 weeks) (Age 3yrs) Is your child ready to attend class without a parent/guardian but not toilet trained or ready for an hour class? This co-ed program is taught with flexible thematic lesson plans allowing for creative exploration, growth and development while building strength and selfconfidence. Students are introduced to ageappropriate equipment. Parents must remain in the building. M 11-11:45am 280/420 Tu 11-11:45am 294/441 Th 9:15-10am 294/441 Th 11:15am-12pm 294/441

(Children must be toilet trained.) (Age 3yrs) No experience needed. The Preschool Gymnastics program is designed to allow every child to develop gross motor skills while channeling abundant energy and introducing him or her to the wonderful sport of gymnastics. We provide a safe and fun environment where they learn basic gymnastics skills, taking turns, following directions and listening. Our staff is trained to help each child have fun and feel successful as they learn and grow. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Tu 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Th 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Th 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Sa 9:45-10:45am 398/594

Jolly Jumper II (20 weeks) (Must be 4 by the first class) (Ages 4 yrs) This one-hour class provides a strong foundation of locomotor skills, balance, flexibility and strength with an emphasis on spatial awareness, agility and progressive gymnastics skill development. Our instructors keep your gymnast engaged, active and eager to learn, gaining self-confidence and an 'I can do it' attitude. M 1:15-2:15pm 378/564 Th 1:15-2:15pm 398/594 F 10:15-11:15am 398/594

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(Ages 4-5yrs) In this class, the concepts of balance, coordination, strength and flexibility are emphasized in a positive environment while participating in progressive gymnastics activities using a variety of gymnastics equipment. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Tu 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Tu 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Th 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Th 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Sa 9:45-10:45am 398/594

School Age Girls Rollers (20 weeks) (Ages 5-8yrs) One-hour beginner level; no prior experience needed. This level provides the foundation of basic gymnastics knowledge for your child. This class includes basic instruction on vault, bars, beam and floor exercise as well as skills. Gymnasts learn new skills, build selfconfidence, strength and flexibility. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Tu 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Tu 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Th 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Th 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Sa 9:45-10:45am 398/594

Boys Gymnastics (Beg) (20 wks) (Ages 5-9yrs) No prior experience needed. Emphasis on basic gymnastics skill development, coordination, balance, strength and flexibility. Students use a variety of gymnastics equipment and apparatus. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Sa 9:45-10:45am 398/594

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School Age Girls Wheelers (20 weeks) (Ages 6-9yrs) One-hour novice level. This class continues to build on the foundation of skills your gymnast has already developed. Students continue to work on skill progressions, while improving strength, flexibility, knowledge and confidence. Instruction on all competitive events. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Tu 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Tu 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Th 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Th 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Sa 9:45-10:45am 398/594 Girls Swingers (20 weeks) (Ages 7-9yrs) This one-hour intermediate level is for participants who have a strong foundation of gymnastics skills learned in Wheelers, and are ready to learn more advanced elements, while continuing to increase coordination, balance, strength and flexibility. M 3:45-4:45pm 378/564 Tu 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Tu 4:45-5:45pm 398/594 Th 3:45-4:45pm 398/594 Sa 11am-12pm 398/594 Girls Kippers (20 weeks) (Ages 7-13yrs) Advanced level 1.5 hour class. Gymnasts must have successfully passed the previous steps on our skill evaluation for placement in this class. Gymnasts should have a strong foundation of gymnastics skills and be ready to increase class time to an hour and a half. This class includes more advanced elements while continuing to increase coordination, balance, strength and flexibility. M 4:45-6:15pm 494/684 Sa 11am-12:30pm 520/720 Girls Flyers (20 weeks) (Ages 7-13yrs) 1.5 hour class advanced level. Gymnasts continue to advance their development. After successfully completing previous levels, gymnasts are ready for more of a challenge. Instructors encourage the gymnasts to improve technique, form, and amplitude on the basic gymnastics elements on all competitive events. M 4:45-6:15pm 494/684 Sa 11am-12:30pm 520/720 Springers I (Beginner) (20 weeks) Formerly Double Digits (Ages 9-17yrs) One-hour beginner class-no experience necessary. This is the perfect class for our older teen participants who are interested in trying gymnastics for the first time or want to come back after an extended absence. In this low-pressure positive environment, students learn all the gymnastics basics as well as safety skills. M 4:45-5:45pm 378/564 Sa 11am-12pm 398/594

School Age Springers II (Intermediate) (20 weeks) Formerly Double Digits (Ages 9-17yrs) Onehour intermediate class with prior experience required. This is the perfect class for our older teen participants who enjoy doing gymnastics simply for fun. This is a low-pressure positive environment for students to continue learning and perfecting their gymnastics capabilities. Sa 11am-12pm 398/594

Girls Twisters (Perm. Req) (20 weeks) (Ages 8-17yrs) 1.5 hour skill preparation for Pre-Team. Director's permission required for registration. Gymnasts continue to progress to more advanced skills on all competitive events and learn more complex combinations as introduction and preparation for Pre-Team. Instructors expect the gymnasts to use proper technique, form and amplitude on the basic gymnastics elements. Sa 11am-12:30pm 520/720

Girls Flip and Twist (Perm. Req) (20 weeks) (Ages 9-17yrs) Two-hour advanced class. Director's permission required for registration. During the course of this program, participants work on skill development equal to competitive levels while experiencing the atmosphere of a team workout without the full commitment of our competitive program. Sa 11am-1pm 566/849

Rising Rosettes (Perm. Req) (20 weeks) (Ages 5-8yrs) 1.5 hour advanced level. Director recommendation only.* This is an advanced placement class for children 5 yrs and older who are highly motivated and are looking for an increased challenge in skill development. Workouts are centered on skill building, strength training, flexibility and routine development. M 4:45-6:15pm 494/684

Birthday Parties

Gymnastics Birthday Party (Ages 2+yrs) Staff guide participants through a series of activities including: rings, giant parachute, songs, Tumble Trak, foam block pit, small bounce house and obstacle course. (Under 3 must be accompanied by an adult.) Call for availability. 380/447

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Gymnastics Birthday Bounce Party (Ages 5+yrs) Looking for a high energy and exciting way to celebrate your child’s birthday? Come bounce and climb at the Y! This party includes use of our massive inflatable obstacle course (42’ x 42’) as well as our inflatable Tumble Trak and foam pit. Call for availability. 380/447

Competitive (Members Only) By director recommendation only. USAG Levels 2 - 9.

Girls Gymnastics A-Team Practices 4 days/wk for 9.5 - 14 hours Levels 8, & 9. Competes up to the National level YMCA & USAG. Director permission required. See coach for days and times. 678

Girls Gymnastics B-Team Practices 3 days/wk for 9.5 hours; USAG Level 6 & 7. Competes up to USAG Sectional & State Level and YMCA National Level. Director permission required. See coach for days and times. 678

Girls Gymnastics C-Team Practices 3 days/wk, for 7.5 hours; USAG Level 2, 3, 4 & 5. Competes up to USAG Sectional & State Level and YMCA National Level. Director permission required. See coach for days and times. 626

Girls Gymnastics Pre-Team Practices 1 day/wk; The pre-team level further develops basic gymnastics skills, strength, flexibility, and coordination. Pre-team serves as a “bridge” between our recreational and competitive team programs. This level trains for a total of 4 hours/wk on all events including vault, bars, and beam floor. Hours are increased allowing for more hands-on training and repetitive skill training, or muscle memory. See coach for days and times. 250

Private Lessons (Members Only) (Ages 5+yrs) Private lessons are available for up to two gymnasts who wish to obtain coaching on specific skills with a dedicated instructor. They are scheduled during hours when instructors do not have a scheduled classes in the gym. (Groups larger than two must register for classes.) By Appt. 1-hr. appt. 80

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Small Group Training instructors are providing FREE demonstration classes the week of January 27. Please visit the table in the Fitness Center for class descriptions, class day/time offerings, and to sign up for demos. Class sizes are limited.

HEALTHY LIVING

SGT registration begins 1/14.

Improving individual and community well-being.

Day

Time

Price

Member/Non-member

ADULT/TEEN AQUATICS Adult Beginner Swim Lessons (10 weeks) (Ages 18+yrs) A beginner swim class with special emphasis on getting comfortable in the water, building confidence, and learning basic swimming skills. M 7:40-8:10pm 197/297 W 7:40-8:10pm 197/297 Sa 8:30-9am 197/297

Adult Stroke (10 weeks) (Ages 18+yrs) An adult swim class geared toward expanding basic swimming skills. This class will emphasize stroke technique and endurance. Tu 8-8:30pm 197/297 Th 8-8:30pm 197/297

Masters Swimming (Monthly) (Ages 18+yrs) Madison Area YMCA Masters is a US Masters swimming program offering adults more opportunities for various swimming workouts. Through the guidance from our coach, you can learn new tips, drills, and ideas covering all four swim strokes. If you are preparing for a meet, open water swimming, or want to improve your endurance or technique, the Madison Area YMCA Master's program is a productive and fun way to achieve your goals in a supportive and friendly environment! Swim Ability: Can you swim 200 yards of freestyle without stopping? *Discounted rate when signing up for both morning and evening sessions. Contact: Kathryn Marsh at kmarsh@madisonymca.org. M/W 8-9pm 40/60 per mo. Tu/Th 6-7am 40/60 per mo. Masters Swimming drop-ins are welcome. See website for details.

• Ongoing throughout session!

*Class fees may reflect proration.

ADULT/TEEN SPORTS

Small Group Training

(Ages 18+yrs) Sa 5:45-9am Su 9-11am

Healthy Weight Loss (10 wks) NEW!

(Men's Basketball) (10 weeks)

FREE! FREE!

Adult Pickleball (Pick-up) (10 weeks) (Ages 18+yrs) Pickleball players are welcome to play in pickelball games with two courts available. Tu 11am-12:45pm Th 10:30am-12:30pm Madison Area YMCA members: Free Nationwide YMCA members: $10 Non-YMCA members: Guest pass required

100/150 100/150 100/150

H.I.I.T. 30 NEW!

(Ages 16+yrs) 30 minute high intensity interval training with cardio & strength. M 8:30-9am 90/135 W 8:30-9am 90/135

(Ages 18+yrs) Adult Ballet is a perfect class for dancers from beginner to advanced level to learn the movements of ballet. Join us and find your inner ballerina. While perfecting posture, strengthening muscles, and practicing fluidity participants have the opportunity to grow and improve their dance abilities. Have fun dancing while stretching and toning your body using barre work and across the floor movement. W 9:30-10:30am 122/237

Pilates Reformer (9 weeks)

Adult Tap (Intermed/Advanced) (10 weeks)

Pilates Reformer Advanced (9 weeks)

(Ages 16+yrs) Th 12-1pm

Adult Ballet (All Levels) (10 weeks)

(Ages 18+yrs) This class is for adults with tap experience. Students are sure to get a workout in this upbeat, high energy class that focuses on the technique, rhythm and musicality of tap. M 11:30am-12:30pm 122/237

185 340

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LIVESTRONG® For Life (10 weeks) (Ages 18+yrs)

(Gr 9-Adult) Learn Okinawan Karate: This class is for adults, beginner through advanced offering progressive skill development in practical selfdefense, escape/release techniques, standing grappling maneuvers, flexibility, conflict resolution strategies, meditation, breath control and traditional kata. No prior experience necessary for beginners. Loose clothing is recommended. Program instructed by Shifu Hayashi Tomio: Senior Buddhist Monk and author with 48 years of experience in the martial arts. M/W 8-9:30pm 15/22 per class

(Ages 16+yrs) M 1-2pm M 6-7pm Sa 9:30-10:30am

Intro to Pilates Reformer (9 weeks)

(By appointment only) (Ages 18+yrs). Contact: Courtney Crerand at ccrerand@madisonymca.org. 3- 1 hr. appts. 6- 1 hr. appts.

Advanced Karate (10 weeks)

See page 10 for descriptions.

ADULT/TEEN PERFORMING ARTS

Private Dance Lessons (Members)

ADULT/TEEN SPORTS

ADULT/TEEN FITNESS

PICK-UP GAMES No registration required!

(LIVESTRONG at the YMCA Graduates only)

This LIVESTRONG at the YMCA small group graduate class is designed to help adult cancer survivors reclaim their total health. Participants work with Y staff trained in supportive cancer care to safely achieve their goals such as building muscle mass and strength; increasing flexibility and endurance; and improving confidence and self-esteem. W 2:45-3:45pm 100/100 W 5:30-6:00pm 100/100 Th 6:30-7:30pm 100/100

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(Ages 16+yrs) M 9:30-10:30am M 12-1pm Tu 6-7am Tu 9:15-10:15am W 9:30-10:30am F 10-11am Sa 8-9am (Ages 16+yrs) M 10:30-11:30am W 6:30-7:30pm Sa 9:30-10:30am

225/360

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Pilates MOTR® (9 weeks)

(Ages 16+yrs) M 8-8:45am Tu 10-11am W 12-1pm Th 10-11am Su 10:30-11:30am

180/315 180/315 180/315 180/315 180/315

TRX (9 weeks) (Ages 16+yrs) M 9:15-10:15am M 10:15-11:15am Tu 6-7am Tu 8-9am W 10:15-11:15am

180/315 180/315 180/315 180/315 180/315

TRX Boot Camp (9 weeks)

(Ages 16+yrs) Your core stability and functionality will be challenged in this progressive, total body workout! F 10-11am 180/315

Flex and Press (9 weeks)

(Ages 16+yrs) W 9:15-10:15am

180/315

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FITNESS CLASSES

For a complete list of Fitness Classes, including Group Exercise and Small Group Training, visit madisonareaymca.org or use your smartphone to scan this code:

Christian Esola, Health & Wellness Director-cesola@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2281 Peggy Potter, Group Exercise Coordinator-ppotter@madisonymca.org - x2243

SMALL GROUP TRAINING (SGT) SGT Registration begins 1/14 and runs throughout the Session. Join us for Demo Week starting 1/27!

Small group training offers clients the enthusiasm and encouragement from a group environment while still getting personalized attention and fitness routines tailored to your specific needs. Programs include TRX Suspension Training, a revolutionary method of leveraged body weight exercise, Pilates Reformer, Flex and Press, Build and Burn, Pilates MOTR® and more!

PERSONAL TRAINING Personal training will get you on track! Our team of certified personal trainers create goal-based programs that keep your workouts fresh, fuel your motivation and make exercise fun and exciting. Choose from a 30-minute motivator, one-on-one personal training and semi-private training.

HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS NEW!* See page 12 for description.

TRX BOOT CAMP*

Challenge yourself with this fast-paced workout combining both TRX systems and cardio drills along with a combination of skipping ropes, box jumps, battle ropes, medicine balls and boxing. Timed sets keep your heart rate pumping as you power through the reps at your own pace.

"COMMIT TO BE FIT" NEW! Personal Training Package

FLEX AND PRESS*

Looking to get a full-body workout using a full range of equipment? Discover new exercises to challenge yourself using body weight, BOSU, resistance bands, free weights, and stability balls. This class includes interval training which focuses on strength, endurance, balance and flexibility. This total body workout keeps you coming back for more!

Commit to Be Fit is a new personal training package designed to help you commit to and maintain a healthy lifestyle to help you keep on track with your goals. • You'll pay a lower fee for your personal training sessions and be automatically renewed on a monthly basis, unless you request otherwise. • Sessions can be used by an individual member or shared between family members with a Family Membership.

PILATES REFORMERS*

Transform the way your body looks, feels and performs using this safe system of mind-body exercises developed from the principles of Joseph Pilates. Designed to achieve maximum results in minimum time, the efficient moves of Pilates Reformers work all muscle groups and helps achieve a longer, leaner sculpted body. You will remain engaged mentally and physically while reaping the benefits of various pieces of apparatus in one class.

YOUR COMMITMENT Choose a package that works for you, and commit to it! All sessions must be used within the month of purchase.

PILATES REFORMERS ADVANCED*

Picks up where Pilates Reformers leaves off. Advanced techniques for experienced Reformers only.

OUR COMMITMENT Develop a healthier lifestyle with our motivational personal trainers.

PILATES MOTR®*

Register in person at the Welcome Center. Program requires a minimum commitment of 90 days.

Pilates MOTR® combines the comfort of a foam roller with the challenge of three weight level resistances, giving you a challenging and incredibly diverse workout tool. Exercise categories include cardio, balance, functional training, mind-body, agility, strength training and more.

CONTACT: Health & Wellness Coordinator Chelsea Sacher at 973-822-9622 x2270; csacher@madisonymca.org.

H.I.I.T. 30* NEW!

COMING SOON!

H.I.I.T. 30 is a high intensity interval training class designed to burn fat fast. Using a unique combination of both strength and cardio exercises using TRX, kettlebells, free weights, and your bodyweight, you will work hard with minimal breaks to keep your heart rate high and burn fat.

HEALTHY HEARTS

Contact Health & Wellness Director Christian Esola at x2281.

*Additional fees apply.

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FITNESS CLASSES

GROUP EXERCISE: FREE for members The Madison Area YMCA features one of the strongest and most complete group exercise programs in the area. Whether you prefer indoor cycling, yoga, Pilates, aqua, traditional group exercise classes, Les Mills™ classes, or a mixture of all formats, our schedule provides an outlet for the beginning to the most experienced participant. Classes are free to members and are offered seven days per week with start times ranging from 5:45 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. You'll receive professional training from our certified instructors, who have years of experience and have a passion for fitness.

LES MILLS TONE™

Les Mills TONE™ is a complete workout. A mix of cardio, resistance and core while playing with different training concepts to ensure everyone gets the best results from their workout. TONE offers options, ways to increase intensity or decrease it, a level for everyone.

BODYCOMBAT™

The empowering cardio workout where you are totally unleashed. This fiercely energetic program is inspired by martial arts and draws from a wide array of disciplines such as karate, boxing, tae kwon do, tai chi and muay thai. Supported by driving music and powerful instructors, you'll strike, punch, kick and kata your way through calories to superior cardio fitness.

LES MILLS CORE™ (formerly CXWORX™) INDOOR CYCLING

Be sure to check out our newest equipment, our indoor cycling bikes. What are the upgrades? Our new ICG indoor cycles have a digital platform that creates exciting group exercise experiences through competition, vivid data visualization and instructor encouragement. Check out our cycling schedule that features a Group Ride and Color Ride through our Coach By Color system and virtual rides.

QIGONG (CHI KUNG) NEW!

Qigong is a traditional Chinese mindful exercise system for cultivating and strengthening the body’s vital energy. Also known as “Meditation in Motion,” Qigong consists of a series of slow flowing movements, which gently stretch muscles, tendons and ligaments.

T'AI CHI

T’ai Chi Ch’uan is an ancient system of self-defense. Practiced at a very slow pace, with control of one’s body as the goal, it offers many benefits to those who practice regularly. It provides stress reduction, improves balance, enhances breathing efficiency, lowers blood pressure, promotes flexibility, decreases heart rate and improves blood circulation.

The revolutionary way to train your core. Based on cutting edge scientific research, each LES MILLS CORE™ class challenges you to strengthen and tone all of the muscle groups in your core. You'll get the results you want by training your muscles the way you use them. Whether you're training for general health or an elite athlete wanting an edge, LES MILLS CORE is the perfect addition to your exercise program - it will leave you looking good and feeling strong.

LES MILLS GRIT™

LES MILLS GRIT™ Athletic is a 30-minute high-intensity interval training (HIIT) sports conditioning workout, designed to make you perform like an athlete. This workout often uses a step, bodyweight exercises and multidimensional sports conditioning training to increase your overall athletic performance: strength, agility, speed and power. LES MILLS GRIT Athletic takes cutting-edge H.I.I.T and combines it with powerful music and inspirational coaches who will be down on the floor with you, motivating you to go harder to get fit, fast.

LES MILLS GRIT™ CARDIO

CANDLELIGHT YOGA

This alignment based yoga class incorporates meditation, breathing and movement — all designed to increase flexibility and build strength. Candles and relaxing music are used to balance the mind and relieve stress.

GUIDED MEDITATION

LES MILLS GRIT™ Cardio is a 30-minute high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout that improves cardiovascular fitness, increases speed and maximizes calorie burn. This workout uses a variety of body weight exercises and provides the challenge and intensity you need to get results fast. LES MILLS GRIT Cardio takes HIIT and combines it with powerful music and inspirational coaches who will be down on the floor with you, motivating you to go harder to get fit, fast.

RPM™

Experience a powerful guided meditation technique called Yoga Nidra, that combines alert awareness and deep relaxation. Students are guided through 5 levels of consciousness including breath awareness, body sensing and guided imagery, designed to transform and rejuvenate the body and mind.

RPM™ is the indoor cycling workout where you ride to the rhythm of powerful music. You'll enjoy the calorie-killing benefits of interval training as you take on the terrain with your inspiring team coach who leads the pack through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials and interval training.

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Improving individual and community well-being.

PATHS TO WELLNESS PROGRAMS Christian Esola, Health & Wellness Director - cesola@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2281 Peggy Potter, Group Exercise Coordinator - ppotter@madisonymca.org - x2243 Chelsea Sacher, Wellness Coordinator - csacher@madisonymca.org - x2270

DELAY THE DISEASETM** (Parkinson’s disease group exercise program)

Delay the Disease TM is an evidenced-based fitness program designed to empower those living with Parkinson’s disease by optimizing their physical function and helping to delay the progression of symptoms. Delay the Disease TM runs M/W/F from 1:30-2:30 p.m.

GROUP LIFESTYLE BALANCE A DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM

The Diabetes Prevention Program, proven to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, is a comprehensive lifestyle behavior change program adapted directly from the National Institutes of Health. Change is tough—we can help. Learn how to make small, measurable changes that can reduce your risk.

At the Madison Area YMCA, we believe in programs that heal the whole person: emotionally, mentally and physically. We offer a special Paths to Wellness 12-week membership to participate in Delay the Disease™, LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA and One Step programs.

ENHANCE®FITNESS

EnhanceFitness is a no-fee class geared toward older adults and those with a chronic condition such as arthritis. All exercises may be performed seated or standing and you always work at your own pace. Enhance®Fitness runs M/W/F from 12:30-1:30 p.m.

PROJECT COMMUNITY PRIDE

Project Community Pride of the Madison Area YMCA is a no-fee youth counseling and support program for children, teens and families in Chatham, Florham Park and Madison who are struggling with social, emotional and/or behavioral issues. Counseling and support services are provided in the schools and at the program’s office by licensed, clinical social workers. The program was made possible through the collaboration of community leaders and the municipalities, school districts and police departments of the Chathams, Florham Park and Madison. For more information please call 973-593-8450.

LIVESTRONG® AT THE YMCA**

SUPPORTING WELLNESS TOGETHER

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA supports cancer survivors and their families through a no-fee 12-week, research based program that engages them in physical and social activities to strengthen the whole person. This research-based program partners cancer survivors and specially trained YMCA coaches, to achieve goals such as building muscle mass and strength; increasing flexibility and endurance; improving confidence and self-esteem; and practicing a healthy lifestyle, not only as a part of recovery but as a way of life.

HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM* NEW! Healthy weight loss can be achieved with the right tools and support system! The Madison Area YMCA’s new Healthy Weight Loss program uses research by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control to help you address everyday challenges of achieving healthy, meaningful and sustainable weight loss. Participants engage in 10 weekly, hour-long sessions led by a trained facilitator in a small-group format. Each session focuses on a specific weight-loss topic encountered at home, at work and in social settings.

LIVESTRONG® AT THE YMCA (12 WEEKS)** (Ages 18+yrs) Tu/Th 12-1pm M/W 6:30-7:30pm

No fee No fee

WHEN (choose a day of the week below) Mondays: 1-2pm (February 3 - March 30) Mondays: 6–7pm (February 3 - March 30) Saturdays: 9:30–10am (February 8 - April 4

ONE STEP** (Multiple Sclerosis exercise program)

The Madison Area YMCA and the NJ Metro Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society have joined to offer One Step, a new, 12week wellness program for adults medically diagnosed with MS. The program provides participants with safe, therapeutic exercises that address issues associated with MS. This class is FREE to members.This 12-week, 24-session course meets Tuesdays & Thursdays: 12–1 p.m.

AGES: Adult (16+ years ) FEE (10 Sessions): Members: $100 | Non-members: $150 REGISTRATION: Register in person at the Welcome Center. * Additonal fees apply ** This no-fee program is open to the community. While enrolled, participants are offered a membership to the Madison Area YMCA, as well as a membership for their companion, spouse or friend at no cost.

CONTACT Health & Wellness Director Christian Esola at cesola@madisonymca.org; 973-822-9622 x2281.

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PHILANTHROPY

noun \fə-’lan(t)-thrə-pe\ :the pratice of giving to help make life better for other people. ®

“LIVESTRONG at the YMCA provides all the necessary components for healthy survivorship. I can tell you that the support and skills I learned at the Y will serve me forever. I am one of many cancer survivors touched and helped by the Madison Area YMCA. They are a solid community force providing health-related programs and opportunities for so many.” – M.K.

When you donate to the Madison Area YMCA’s Annual Fund, you are donating through the Y and directly to members of our community. Donations help ensure that Y membership, programs, child care, and education are accessible to every member in our community, regardless of their ability to pay. They also help ensure that health and wellness programs stay viable, vibrant and strong. Please join us in helping advance our mission.

www.madisonareaymca.org/giving/donatenow

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Empowering young people to reach their full potential.

SOPA: SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS

Have a group of 5 or more children interested in taking a class together but don’t see a class that fits their schedule? Call Courtney to customize a class to meet their needs.

Courtney Crerand, Associate SOPA Director - ccrerand@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2267 Jennifer Gregory, SOPA Coordinator - jgregory@madisonymca.org Ashley Carr, SOPA Troupe Coordinator - acarr@madisonymca.org The School of Performing Arts at the Madison Area YMCA is comprised of dedicated, passionate and knowledgeable instructors with more than 70 years of combined experience. Our offerings encompass a wide array of the performing arts disciplines: dance, acting, musical theatre and group singing. We provide our preschool, school-age and adult students with enriching, quality arts instruction in an atmosphere that is nurturing and inspiring. Whether this is your first experience in the performing arts or you are a returning student, we have a program for your artistic soul. Our philosophy is simple. We believe every student has the potential to discover and express themselves creatively. To maintain the highest standards of performing arts education, we constantly assess and develop new programs to meet the needs of our families. Day

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Price

Member/Non-member

Move with Me (20 weeks) (Walking-2.5yrs)

This parent/child class allows a toddler and partner to experience the joy of creative movement together! Through free dance, music and imagination participants will discover the delight of movement while developing fine and gross motor skills. Tu 11:15am-12pm 281/337 Th 10:30-11:15am 281/337

Preschool

Creative Movement I (20 weeks) (Ages

2-3yrs) This class is a great introduction to dance arts and gives children the opportunity to move in new ways while developing fine and gross motor skills in this thematic and beginner class for our youngest dancers. M 9:45-10:30am 267/321 Tu 9:30-10:15am 281/337 Tu 2-2:45pm 281/337 F 10:15-11am 281/337

Dance Kids I (Ballet & Tap) (20 weeks) (Children must be reliably toilet trained.)

(Ages 3-4yrs) This class is a great introduction to the primary dance styles of ballet and tap. Ballet and tap shoes required. M 1-2pm 355/426 W 1:30-2:30pm 373/448 Th 9:30-10:30am 373/448 F 11am-12pm 373/448 Sa 10-11am 373/448

Pre-Ballet (20 weeks) (Ages 3-4yrs) (Children must be reliably toilet trained.) What a wonderful way to introduce your little one to the fundamentals of classic ballet technique where they'll begin their love of movement. Ballet shoes required. M 10:30-11:15am 267/321 M 4-4:45pm 267/321 F 9:30-10:15am 281/337

*Class fees may reflect proration.

Preschool

Boys Combo (Hip Hop & Tap) (20 weeks) (Ages 4-5yrs) NEW! This combo class is designed just for boys to introduce them to two high energy styles of dance. Students will have fun learning hip hop dance moves as well as the fundamentals of tap while keeping the beat, developing a sense of rhythm and making some NOISE! Sneakers &Tap shoes required. Th 5-6pm 373/448

Ballet-Beginner I (20 weeks) (Prerequisite: Pre-Ballet)

(Ages 4-5yrs) This beginner level class focuses on grace, poise and the beautiful lines of classical ballet. Students develop proper alignment, learn dance vocabulary and build selfconfidence while boosting concentration and an understanding of music and rhythm. Ballet shoes required. Tu 4-5pm 373/448 Th 4-5pm 373/448 Sa 9-10AM 373/448

Preschool

Mini Hip Hop (20 weeks)

(Ages 4-5yrs) Does your child start moving as soon as they hear the beat? This is the class for them! Students have fun learning the most current dance moves while moving to the rhythm of the beat. M 2-2:45pm 267/321 Mini Jazz (20 weeks) NEW! (Ages 4-5yrs) This class will introduce dancers to the basic technique, rhythm and musicality of jazz dance. Students will love this energetic style of dance. Jazz shoes required. W 4-4:45pm 281/337

Mini Musical Theatre (20 weeks)

(Ages 4-6yrs) This upbeat class explores dance in the wonderful world of musical theatre. This is the perfect class where children who love to sing, dance and act have fun learning jazzy, funky rhythmic dances similar to the ones seen on Broadway. M 5-6pm 355/426 F 4-5pm 373/448

Dance Kids II (Ballet & Tap)(20 weeks)

School Age

(Ages 4-5yrs) This class is a great introduction to the primary dance styles of ballet and tap. Ballet and tap shoes required. M 1-2pm 355/426 W 1:30-2:30pm 373/448 Th 9:30-10:30am 373/448 F 4-5pm 373/448 Sa 10-11am 373/448

Ballet Combo (Ballet, Tap & Jazz) (20 weeks)

(Children must be reliably toilet trained.)

Boys Combo (Hip Hop & Tap) (20 weeks NEW! (Ages 4-5yrs) This combo class is designed just for boys to introduce them to two high energy styles of dance. Students will have fun learning hip hop dance moves as well as the fundamentals of tap while keeping the beat, developing a sense of rhythm and making some NOISE! Sneakers &Tap shoes required. Th 5-6pm 373/448

SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS FEE STRUCTURE FOR "FAMILY MEMBERSHIPS" Participants who are part of a current MADISON AREA YMCA FAMILY MEMBERSHIP for the duration of the program session receive our member registration rate and a discount for registering an individual child for multiple performing arts classes. Additionally, students enrolling in more than one performing arts class are able to register prior to scheduled member registration. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.

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(Ages 5-7yrs) This is a progressive class with multiple levels that teaches classical ballet, tap and jazz. Sa 8:45-10am 425/510

Tap I (Beginner) (20 weeks) (Ages 5+yrs)

This beginner level tap class teaches tapping basics and focuses on core steps. Dancers learn to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats with their feet. M 5-6pm 343/412

Hip Hop I (20 weeks)

(Ages 5-7yrs) This exciting and energetic class focuses on the most popular “cool” moves while developing coordination, body awareness and self-esteem! M 4-5pm 343/412 W 4-5pm 361/433

Kids Choir (20 weeks)

(Ages 5-7yrs) This class is designed to work on the foundations of singing while focusing on fun and building confidence with classic kid-favorite songs, silly songs, Disney classics, Broadway theatre and familiar TV theme tunes. Our instructor helps children sing loudly, clearly, in tune and in time. Students learn the rudiments of breathing for singing, tone, tuning and how to really enjoy singing. Start to explore harmonies and singing solo lines. W 4-5pm 361/433

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*Class fees may reflect proration.

School Age

School Age

Acro dance combines dance technique with precision acrobatic elements through choreography. Students will work on flexibility, tumbling, partnering, contortion, strength and balancing. Acro Dance is practiced and performed on a hard stage. (Ages 6-9yrs) F 4-5pm 361/433 (Ages 10+yrs) F 5-6pm 361/433

(Ages 8+yrs) This introductory lyrical class is a combination of smooth Jazz and Ballet with a focus on fluidity, grace and musicality. While practicing their dance technique, students will focus on story telling throughout their movements. Fantastic music sets the mood for this exciting movement style where students will work toward mastering off-centering, jumping, floor work and expressionism. (Students must also be enrolled in a ballet class.) Th 4-5pm 361/433

School Age

Ballet I & II (20 weeks)

Tap III (Advanced) (20 weeks)

Acro Dance (20 weeks)

Hip Hop I & II (20 weeks)

(Ages 6-9yrs) Students have fun in our exciting and energetic classes that focus on the most popular “cool” moves while developing coordination, body awareness and self-esteem! M 5-6pm 343/412 Sa 11am-12pm 361/433

Ballet - Beginner II (20 weeks)

(Ages 6-9yrs) Building on skills learned in Ballet Beginner I, students learn more advanced concepts of body placement, musicality, technique and combinations of jumping, leaping and turning while promoting physical strength and agility. Ballet shoes required. Tu 5-6pm 361/433 Th 5-6pm 361/433 F 5-6pm 361/433

Musical Theatre (20 weeks)

Explore dance in the wonderful world of musical theatre. This is the perfect class where children who love to sing, dance and act have fun learning jazzy, funky rhythmic dances similar to the ones seen on Broadway. (Ages 6-9yrs) W 5-6pm 361/433 F 5-6pm 361/433 (Ages 10+yrs) F 6-7pm 361/433

Jazz (Beginner/Intermediate) (20 weeks)

In this introductory jazz class, students will focus on the technique, stylization, rhythm and musicality of jazz dance. Students will build a more advanced dance vocabulary and will be introduced to complex combinations, rhythms and patterns. Jazz shoes required. (Ages 6-9yrs) Tu 4-5pm 361/433 (Ages 10+yrs) Th 6-7pm 361/433

Jazz (Advanced) (20 weeks) (By Invitation)

This advanced jazz class will continue to focus on complex combinations and routines, balance, core strength, flexibility, and stylization. Students will utilize their prior knowledge of spatial awareness, body alignment, and dance vocabulary. Jazz shoes required. (Ages 6-9yrs) Tu 4-5pm 361/433 (Ages 10+yrs) Tu 5-6pm 361/433

Acting for Kids (20 weeks)

(Ages 7-12yrs) Students learn how to project their voices, create characters and deliver lines through fun exercises and theatre games while developing confidence and speaking skills. M 6-7pm 343/412

Lyrical (Beginner/Intermediate) (20 weeks)

(Ages 8-12yrs) With an emphasis on ballet barre, center and across the floor work incorporating more challenging movement combinations, students develop strength, proper alignment, musicality, flexibility and confidence as they learn proper ballet technique. Ballet shoes required. Tu 6-7pm 361/433 Th 6-7pm 361/433 Tu&Th 6-7pm 542/650 Sa 11am-12pm 361/433

Tap II (Intermediate) (20 weeks)

(Ages 8+yrs) Students are sure to get a workout in this upbeat, high energy class focusing on the technique, rhythm and musicality of tap. Flaps, wings and the paradiddle are just some of the exciting steps learned in this class. M 6-7pm 343/412

Hip Hop II (Intermediate) (20 weeks)

(Ages 8+ yrs) In this exciting and energetic class, we focus on the most popular “cool” moves all while developing coordination, body awareness and self-esteem. M 6-7pm 343/412 W 5-6pm 361/433

Hip Hop III (Advanced) (20 weeks)

(Ages 10+yrs) This class is designed to teach students more advanced dance moves and combinations to the most current music. Dancers will be challenged with complex movement patterns and will develop a stronger understanding of levels, musicality and working as a group. W 6-7pm 361/433

Ballet III (20 weeks) (By Invitation)

(Ages 10+yrs) Students are challenged by more advanced technique and learn strengthening exercises to prepare for pointe shoes. This class meets twice a week. Tu&Th 7-8:30pm 536/642

Lyrical (Advanced) (20 weeks) (By Invitation) (Ages 10+yrs) This wonderful class is a combination of smooth Jazz and Ballet with a focus on fluidity, grace and musicality. While practicing their dance technique, students will focus on story telling throughout their movements. Fantastic music sets the mood for this exciting movement style where students will work toward mastering off-centering, jumping, floor work and expressionism. (Students must also be enrolled in a ballet class.) M 7-8pm 343/412 15

Modern (20 weeks)

(Ages 10+yrs) In this class, students will learn the techniques of Martha Graham, José Limón, Lester Horton and more. Through contraction and release, fall and recovery, floor and partner work, weight transfers, and exploring improvisation, students will continue to develop strength, flexibility, locomotor skills, and begin to hone their creativity. (Students must also be enrolled in a ballet class.) W 7-8:30pm 357/428 (Ages 10+yrs) TIn this advanced tap class, emphasis is placed on rhythm, musicality, and strengthening the dancer’s technique. Students will learn challenging choreography and expand their knowledge of the art of tap dance! W 5-6pm 361/433

Ballet for Teens (20 weeks) NEW! (Ages 12+yrs) This is a perfect class for teens who are interested in learning the movements of classical ballet. While perfecting posture, strengthening muscles, and practicing fluidity participants will have the opportunity to develop body awareness, build confidence, and improve their dance abilities. M 7-8pm 343/412 Performing Arts Private Lessons (Members) (Ages 5-15) By appointment only Please contact Courtney. 3- 1 hr. appts. 185 6- 1 hr. appts. 340

Performing Artist Troupe For our students who want to focus on all genres offered at the School of Performing Arts. For a flat session rate of 300/347 per month, participants are provided instruction in unlimited classes including Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Musical Theatre, Acting Lyrical, Modern and more. Contact Courtney for information. COMING IN SPRING 2020: Audition for the SOPA Competition Dance Company! Be a part of our growing team of talented dancers and elevate your technical skills and stage presence through performances at dance competitions and local events. Audition dates and details to follow. (Dance Company members must enroll in a ballet technique class.)

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SUPER KIDS (SPECIAL NEEDS)

Performing Arts Birthday Party

(Ages 3+yrs) Looking for a special, creative

and fun way to celebrate your child’s birthday? Celebrate at the Y! Disco, Hip Hop, Crazy Dance and Princess/Pirate for children three years and older. Black Light Parties are available for ages 5+. Our instructors will teach kids the latest dance moves. Customize your party with your favorite music requests or themes.

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Super Kids Programs are specially designed classes intended for special needs children with intellectual or developmental disabilities, and who may need extra attention. The Madison Area YMCA believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. We are proud to offer programs and services for individuals with special needs to make a meaningful impact in their lives. Super Kids Swim Lessons (10 weeks)* Formerly Sunfish (Ages 3-12yrs) This class is designed for children with special needs who need extra attention and may have difficulty working in a group setting. Instructors will work one on one with swimmers to help them feel comfortable in the water and develop their swimming skills. *Director approval required. Sa 11:15-11:45am 280/386 Su 10-10:30am 280/386

SOPA: SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS

DanceAbilities

A dance class for kids with learning differences and special needs

NEW!

DanceAbilities (10 weeks) DanceAbilities is a rhythm & hip hop 10 week program for kids with learning differences and other special needs based on the groundbreaking Rhythm Works Integrative Dance Program. Led by Rhythm Works Certified Instructors, this class is designed to support students’ existing therapy goals. The 10-week session will focus on skill development, self-empowerment, and celebrating differences. Assistive Buddies (parents, therapists, caregivers, etc.) are required to attend. (Ages 3-6yrs) M 3:45-4:15pm 141/169 Sa 12:15-12:45pm 141/169 (Ages 7-14) M 4:15-5pm 141/169

Preschool (3-6 years) and school-age (7-14 years) classes available! Based on Rhythm Works Integrative Dance, DanceAbilities is an inclusive, innovative rhythm & hip hop program that focuses on skill development, self-empowerment and celebrating differences.

SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS YEAR END PERFORMANCE SCHOOL OF PERFORMING ARTS MID-YEAR SHOWCASE

Students who are enrolled in a class by September 30 will be invited to participate in our Mid-Year Showcase at the Annunication Center at the College of Saint Elizabeth on January 18, 2020. There will be a required performance fee for each class in which students choose to participate.

Students enrolled in a class prior to February 17, will be invited to participate in our Year End Performance at the Annunciation Center at the College of Saint Elizabeth on June 6, 2020. There will be a required performance fee for each class in which students choose to participate.

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SPORTS

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(Ages 5+yrs) Choose a specific sport for your superstar, or gym games and we'll provide the gear for a great party! Personalized instruction provided by a YMCA sports instructor. (Limited to 16 children.) Sa Call for availability. 282/362

*Must be 3.5yrs old by the 1st class **Must be 4yrs old by the 1st class

Parent/Child

Preschool

School Age

Fun & Games (10 weeks)

Basketball (10 weeks)

T-Ball (10 weeks)

Must be 2 years old by 1st class. (Ages 2-3yrs) A wonderful way to introduce your child to the world of sports! In our parent/child sports class, parents join in the action and enjoy quality time with their child while helping them learn with their coach about different sports each week. It’s all about having fun while they develop strength, coordination, body awareness, sportsmanship, sports vocabulary & listening skills. This is the ideal environment for little ones to begin developing sports skills while gaining independence to prepare them for future sports programs. M 9:30-10:15am 130/230

(Ages 4-6yrs**) Each class incorporates instruction and skill development to learn the basics of the game. We teach core skills of dribbling, passing and shooting that works toward the concepts of game play! M 11-11:45am 125/187 M 2-2:45pm 125/187 W 10:15-11am 125/187 F 1:15-2pm 125/187

(Ages 4-6yrs**) Learn America’s favorite pastime by developing the fundamentals of throwing, fielding, hitting, and base running! Through leadup games and activities participants learn the basic rules of how to play the game of T-Ball/ baseball. M 12-12:30pm 85/128 Tu 1:30-2pm 85/128

Golf (10 weeks)

Children work on the basic skills of basketball: dribbling, shooting, and passing! Learn about the court layout and basic rules of the game through mini games and activities. Level 2 continues to build off Basketball Level1 with the additions of defense, positioning and movement. Level 2 advances on the skills and techniques learned in Level 1 with more extensive game play! Basketball 1 (Gr K-2) M 4-4:45pm 140/210 Basketball 2 (Gr 3-5) W 5:30-6:15pm 140/210

Preschool Sports & Games (10 weeks) Your child is introduced to new and exciting sports. Children learn sports through actual game play. Each week coaches rotate new sports and games! Your child is introduced to team work and sportsmanship. Sports & Games Jr. (Ages 3.5-4yrs*) W 11-11:45pm 125/187 F 12:30-1:15pm 125/187 Sports & Games (Ages 4-6yrs**) M 12:30-1:15pm 125/187 W 9:30-10:15am 125/187 W 2-2:45pm 125/187 F 9:30-10:15am 125/187

Soccer (10 weeks)

Each class incorporates instruction and skill development that assists the child in learning the basics of the game. We teach the core skills of dribbling, passing, and shooting that work towards the concepts of game play! Soccer Jr. (Ages 3.5-4yrs*) M 10:15-11am 125/187 F 11:45am-12:30pm 125/187 Soccer (Ages 4-6yrs**) W 12:30-1:15pm 125/187 F 2-2:45pm 125/187

Floor Hockey (10 weeks)

(Ages 4-6yrs**) Learn how to stick handle, pass and shoot! Coaches focus on the basic skills used in floor hockey that make the transition to the ice that much easier! Tu 2-2:45pm 125/187 W 1:15-2pm 125/187 F 10:15-11am 125/187

(Ages 4-6yrs**) Drive! Chip! Putt! Your child is introduced to the three main strokes used while playing golf. We coach your child and show them the proper way to hold their club and keep a scorecard. Th 1:30-2pm 85/128 F 11-11:30am 85/128

Kinder Karate (10 weeks) (Ages 4-6yrs**) Learn Okinawan style karate through SMART MOVES classes that focus on concentration, flexibility, agility, balance and fun, along with progressive skill development in basic karate techniques, escaping grips and developing simple strategies for avoiding danger. Instructor: Brian Vivas, black belt. Tu 5-5:30pm 85/128 Sa 1-1:30pm 85/128

Tennis (10 weeks) (Ages 4-6yrs**) Learn how to hit a forehand, backhand, and overhand volley by participating in an array of tennis related games and activities! Balance and hand-eye coordination are also a focus. Tu 1-1:30pm 85/128 W 12-12:30pm 85/128

Basketball (10 weeks)

Flag Football (10 weeks) (Gr K-2) Learn the basic skills needed to play one of the most popular sports in America. We teach the fundamentals of catching, throwing, and running with the ball while building toward game play! F 4:45-5:30pm 125/187

Floor Hockey (10 weeks) Get your sticks ready to come take our exciting Floor Hockey class. In the course we cover the basics of the sport including stick handling, passing, and shooting. Both mini games and game play are included. Floor Hockey 1 (Gr K-2) M 4:45-5:30pm 125/187 Floor Hockey 2 (Gr 2-4) M 4:45-5:30pm 125/187

Indoor Soccer (10 weeks)

Lacrosse (10 weeks)

(Ages 4-6yrs**) Children learn lacrosse basics. Play interactive and engaging games that teach the fundamentals of scooping, cradling and catching! M 1:15-2pm 125/187 Tu 9:30-10:15am 125/187

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Prepare to take your soccer game to the next level! In this course we focus on the basics and fundamentals of soccer focusing on passing, shooting, and dribbling. Game play and mini games are incorporated throughout the program. Indoor Soccer 1 (Gr K-2) F 4-4:45pm 125/187 Indoor Soccer 2 (Gr 2-4) F 4-4:45pm 125/187

Lacrosse 1 (10 weeks) (Gr K-1) Learn throwing, scooping, cradling and catching skills through drills and lead-up games. M 5:30-6:15pm 125/187

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Protective gear such as mouth guards are not provided; however are permitted if participants choose to bring them.

SPORTS

Aaron Goodwin, Associate Sports Director - agoodwin@madisonymca.org - 973.822.9622 x2246 Cody Katzenberger, Sports Associate - ckatzenberger@madisonymca.org - x2241

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Karate (10 weeks)

Y-Winners (10 weeks) NEW FORMAT!

Learn Okinawan Karate: Youth beginner and advanced classes offer progressive skill development in practical self-defense, escape/ release techniques, standing grappling maneuvers, flexibility, conflict resolution strategies, meditation, breath control and traditional kata. Program instructed by Shifu Hayashi Tomio: Senior Buddhist Monk and author with 48 years of experience in the martial arts. Beginner (White Belt) (Gr 1-12) Tu 5:30-6:30pm 164/246 Sa 2:30-3:30pm 164/246 Intermediate/Advanced (Gr 1-12)

Y-Winners basketball meets twice-a-week. This program is designed to teach young players fundamentals and game experience through practices and game play. Players sign up for a practice time lead by our Y coaching staff. Coaches create teams that are as even as possible based on players’ abilities. Games take place on Saturdays. The game schedule is emailed after the second week of practice.

(Yellow Belt & Above)

Sa 1:30-2:30pm Intermediate/Advanced (Gr 1-12)

164/246

Tu 6:30-7:30pm

164/246

(Blue, Green, Brown & Black Belts)

Volleyball (10 weeks) NEW! (Gr 6-8) The Madison Area YMCA is offering a co-ed volleyball class for grades 6-8. Classes are held in a group setting and include drills and game play. Coached by Associate Youth & Teens Director and former collegiate volleyball player Kiana Cunningham, players will learn technical skills, situational game fundamentals, and the confidence to successfully transition to a team setting. F 5:30-6:30pm 164/246

Basketball (Rookie Division) (Gr K-1)* Tu 4-4:45pm 215/315 Tu 4:45-5:30pm 215/315 Th 4:45-5:30pm 215/315 Th 5:30-6:15pm 215/315 *Game times vary between 9am-12pm on Saturdays each week. Basketball (Pro Division) (Gr 2-3)* Tu 5:30-6:15pm 215/315 W 4-4:45pm 215/315 Th 4-4:45pm 215/315 *Game times vary between 12:30-3pm on Saturdays each week. Basketball Girl's Division (Gr 2-3) NEW! W 4:45-5:30pm 215/315

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STEM: PREPARING YOUTH TODAY FOR THE FUTURE Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) is an important part of youth development because it creates opportunities for youth to achieve, build relationships and feel a sense of belonging as they question, investigate, build, test, solve problems, analyze, communicate findings and perform cognitive thinking. Through our STEM programs, including enrichment offerings, programs at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center and our summer day camps, we prepare youth today for the future. We believe that all kids have potential and that nurturing that potential means fostering problem-solving, creativity, planning, analysis and decision-making skills. Our STEM programs provide youth with the skills needed to succeed.

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Circle, Song and Play (10 weeks)

*Class fees may reflect proration.

Preschool

School Age

Let's Get Messy! (10 weeks)

Tales and Trials (10 weeks)

(10mos-2yrs) A great introduction to music and rhythm, parents and children are encouraged to sing and dance in this fun class! W 9:15-9:45am 83/116

(Ages 3-5yrs) Children make and play with crazy concoctions in this fun and messy class! Tu 11-11:45am 132/185

Make and Take (10 weeks) STEM! NEW!

Edible Creations (10 weeks) NEW!

(Ages 18mos-3yrs) Create hands-on science, math, and art projects and games together to play in class and to extend the learning fun at home! F 10:15-11am 132/185

Learn, Play, Grow (10 weeks) (18mos-3yrs) Join your child in exploring their surroundings in fun and interactive ways. Circle time, games, songs and messy play all await in this engaging class. W 10-10:30am 95/132

Bake Boss Jr. (10 weeks) (18mos-3yrs) Parents and children bake delicious treats, from breakfast to dessert. Learn the fundamentals of kitchen safety and preparing ingredients. Th 11am-12pm 169/236

Tod Squad Art Studio (10 weeks) (Ages 2-4yrs) Keep the mess out of the house. Kids can enjoy free studio time and get messy with any art project that comes to mind. We provide the supplies! Staff are in the room to assist. M 10:45-11:30am 132/185

Preschool

Little Lab Coats (10 weeks) STEM! (Ages 3-5yrs) Young scientists perform a variety of STEM based experiments and learn about science in a safe and fun environment! Tu 10:15-10:45am 95/132 W 3:45-4:15pm 95/132

(Ages 3-5yrs) You can eat playdough!? Create beautiful art projects and crazy experiments that all can be turned into yummy treats! M 3:45-4:30pm 132/185

Fairytale Cooking (10 weeks) (Age 3-5yrs) How many cups of oats does Goldilocks need for her porridge? How many muffins does Little Red Riding Hood need to bring her grandmother? Through counting, measuring and storytelling, children have fun learning the basics of cooking using their imagination and creativity. F 4-4:45pm 132/185

(Ages 5-8yrs) Children will learn about our legal system through mock trials, each taking on the roles of jury, judge and attorneys. Did the huntsman commit murder or was it self-defense? Is Captain Underpants a true hero or a vigilante? Is the Cat in the Hat guilty of breaking and entering? Tu 4-4:45pm 121/169

Cooking & Crayons (10 weeks)

(5-8yrs) Students will whip up a tasty treat and create a cool work of art in this cooking and craft class! F 5-6pm 169/236

Eat Around the World (10 weeks)

(6-10yrs) From Tokyo to Poland, then onwards to England and Spain, your child will enjoy creating treats and dishes from all around the world. Each week focuses on a different country, learning about their culture and traditions while cooking one of their famous dishes. W 4:30-5:30pm 169/236

Musical Keyboards (10 weeks)

School Age Learning Laboratory (10 weeks) STEM! (Ages 5-8yrs) In this fun and exploratory class, students build volcanoes, make slime and perform STEM based experiments. M 4:30-5:15pm 132/185 Th 5:15-6pm 132/185

Adventure Lego (10 weeks) STEM! (Ages 5-8yrs) Raid temples of doom, explore galaxies far far away, bring out your inner superhero and more in this great building class. We'll focus on modes of transportation, exploration and using our imagination! M 4-4:45pm 121/169 F 4:15-5pm 121/169

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(Ages 6-12yrs) Proven group format offers a fun approach to help kids learn to read music. Many different activities in each class help teach timing, finger placement, music theory and much more. Tu 5:15-6pm 121/169

Bake Boss (10 weeks) (Ages 7-11yrs) Aspiring young bakers learn the basics of measuring and preparing ingredients, kitchen safety and how to decorate their edible masterpieces in this yummy class! Th 4-5pm 169/236

Mad Batter (10 weeks) (Age 8-12yrs) Cookies, muffins, pies, oh my! Students will learn how to measure, prepare and bake their favorite desserts in this sweettoothed filled class! MADISONAREAYMCA.ORG Tu 4-5pm 169/236F 6-7:30pm 1/10/20 80

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DROP-OFF!

Drop-off programs allow parents to leave the facility during the scheduled times. Children remain under the supervision of trusted and qualified Kids Central instructors.

ENRICHMENT & FAMILY PROGRAMMING

BIRTHDAY PARTIES Celebrate at the Y! PARTY THEMES • Bounce House • Gymnastics • Y Ninja Gym • Sports • Crazy Dance • Hip Hop Dance • Pirate/Princess • Black Light Dance • Kids Central • Aquatics

• Arts & Crafts • LEGO • Crafty Kids • Cooking Studio • American Girl • Teddy Bear • Teen Center

PARTY PACKAGES AVAILABLE Packages are available for purchase at an additional cost. See website for details. Contact Kelsey Bull at kbull@madisonymca.org; 973.822.9622 x2292. Birthday Parties Crafty Kids Party (Ages 4-10yrs) Let your child get ‘crafty’ during this fun-filled workshop. Using a variety of materials, participants create an ageappropriate project. Call for availability. 309/372

LEGO Maniac Party (Ages 5-10yrs) Build great memories at this fun party! Participants use blocks from the YMCA's big LEGO bin to create cities, zoos or whatever the birthday child chooses! Call for availability. 252/321

American Girl/Teddy Bear Tea Party (Ages 6-12yrs) Bring your American Girl doll or teddy bear to this fun birthday party. Create a special present to take home or decorate cookies! Call for availability. 309/372

Cooking Studio Party (Ages 6-12yrs) Create your own pizza or decorate your own cupcakes in this fun and tasty party! Call for availability. 320/385

SPECIAL EVENTS THIS WINTER! February 7: Nellie's American Girl Valentine's Day Party (Ages 5+) Bring your American Girl doll to this fun valentine decorating party! Little chefs will introduce their dolls and learn the basics of cupcake decorating. They will also take a special present home for their American girl doll. F 6-7:30pm 2/7/20 42/48

March 20: Cake, Batter and Roll (Ages 7+) Get ready for a bake off! Join us for this tasty event where participants will be paired off to create a baked dish! Supplies will be set out and pairs will race against the clock to create the best baked good! Winners will receive a special prize! F 6-7:30pm 3/20/20 80 (2 participants)

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DROP OFF PROGRAMMING

Have a doctor’s appointment? In need of a night out? Need to run errands or get some shopping done without the kids? Our drop-off programs allow parents to leave the facility during scheduled times, under the supervision of our trusted and qualified Kids Central instructors. Registration required 24 hours in advance. Drop and Go DROP OFF!

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Kids Central Artists

Calling all budding artists! Each month a new coloring page is available to our “little Picassos”. The first two weeks of every month, we collect and display all entries in Kids Central. The following two weeks, the children vote for their favorite in each age group: 3-4yrs; 5-11yrs. A prize is given to the winners. M/TU/W/Th 8:30am-8pm 1/per entry F 8:30am-12:30pm 1/per entry

BABYSITTING SERVICES & HOURS (Ages 3mos - 11yrs) M/Tu/W/Th 8:30am-8pm F 8:30am-12:30pm Sa 8am-12:30pm Su 8am-12pm Please see our website, Welcome Center staff or Kids Central team members for changes to hours and pricing information.

FAMILY UNLIMITED BABYSITTING MEMBERSHIP PACKAGES

Add-on available for Family and Single Parent Family memberships for unlimited usage of Kids Central Babysitting.

(Ages 3-11 yrs) While you run errands or make your appointments, your child can stay in Kids Central Babysitting for up to two hours under the care of our trusted and qualified Kids Central instructors. Family-Children membership or Family-Single Parent membership is required. Children must be reliably toilet trained. Drop and Go is now available to our members during our weekend babysitting hours as well as our weekly babysitting hours! Day Time Price M/Tu/W/Th 8:30am-8pm 20* Everyday F 8:30am-12:30pm 20* (including weekends)! Sa 8am-12:30pm 20* Su 8am-12pm 20* *15 per each additional child

Parents' Night Out: Date Night DROP OFF! (Ages 5-11yrs) Themed Nights! In need of a night out without the stress of SATURDAY worrying about the kids? Leave your child with caring and qualified Kids Central DATE Instructors while you enjoy a 4-hour date night. Your child will have fun in the NIGHTS! Kids Central Playground, get crafty, and help prepare dinner. The night will end with a movie. Sign up early, space is limited! Parent’s Night Out is available to both members and non-members. NEW-Registration available ONLINE! Day Time Dates Theme Price (Member/Non-member) Sa 5-9pm 2/22/20 Winter Freeze Fun 25/35 per child Sa 5-9pm 3/21/20 Spring into Spring 25/35 per child

DROP AND SHOP DROP OFF! (Ages 3mos-11yrs) Get that shopping done without the added stress of worrying about the kids! In this 4 hour mini camp, under the supervision of a trusted and qualified Kids Central Instructor, your child will enjoy the Kids Central playground, burn some energy with active play, and get creative with a craft. Our exciting evening will conclude with dinner and movie at the end of the night. Sign up early, space is limited! Registration closes the Thursday before the program. NEW-Registration available ONLINE! Day Time Dates Price (Member/Non-member) Su 2-6pm 2/9/20 25/35 per child Su 2-6pm 3/15/20 25/35 per child

SUNDAY SHOPPING!

SINGLE CHILD STANDARD | MULTIPLE CHILD STANDARD:

$30/month

$35/month

Kids Caravan

With this added benefit to Kids Central Family Unlimited Babysitting, you can use the Y uninterrupted, knowing a trusted and qualified Kids Central Instructor will bring your child to and from programs! (Aquatics not included.) Children must be reliably toilet trained. (Ages 3-11 yrs) 10wk M 8:30am-7:30pm 5 (per child)* Tu 8:30am-7:30pm 5 (per child)* W 8:30am-7:30pm 5 (per child)* Th 8:30am-7:30pm 5 (per child)* F 8:30am-12pm 5 (per child)* Sa 8am-12pm 5 (per child)* Su 8-11:30am 5 (per child)* *Fee per child based on one 10-week program with Family Unlimited Babysitting Membership.

FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT: FEB 1 SATURDAY

2/1/20

6-8PM

Families, wear your PJ's, bring a pillow and enjoy a family movie. Popcorn is provided and check out our snack stand for additional options.

Members $25/family Non-Members $35/family FREE for Y members. $10/family for non-members.

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TEENS @ THE Y

Teen Center Party (Grades 6-12) Have private use of the Boszhardt Family Teen Center! Challenge your friends to a game of pool or foosball, play Minecraft, Xbox, PS3 and WiiU, or just hang out on the couches and relax. Sa

Call for availability. 245/315

Liz Kryznefski, Youth & Teen Director - ekryznefski@madisonymca.org - 973-822-9622 x2265 Kiana Cunningham, Associate Youth & Teen Director - kcunningham@madisonymca.org - x2233

YOUTH & GOVERNMENT NEW!

(Gr 6-12) With more than 500 students from 26 different schools and branches of the YMCA, New Jersey Youth & Government is driven by its commitment to civic engagement. Each year, students come together to build and run their own legislative chambers, courts, lobby firms, response committees and press initiatives. • Delegates gain and develop tools, perspectives and community to take initiative. • Students are better able to understand and get involved in political and public affairs; communicate ideas and opinions; develop research, writing and presentation skills; and understand the value of student leadership. • Students get to see the legislative process done first hand by participating as senators, assemblymen, justices, lobbyists and members of the media in our legislative simulation.

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Teen Leaders Club (Gr. 6-12) The YMCA Teen Leaders Club is part of a national teen initiative to promote the Y's four core values of honesty, caring, respect and responsibility. The Teen Leaders Club develops a solid character in each individual and creates a supportive community environment, inclusive of all people. Key areas of focus include: leadership development, community service and trips & special events. Begins February 7 (bi-weekly) M 6-7pm 50 (plus fee for rallies)

Teen Scene (Gr. 6-9) Friday night is teen night at the Y! One time pre-registration is required for entry, and you'll be set for the rest of the year! Join us for dodgeball, basketball, cooking demos, teen open swim, dance parties, games in the Teen Center and more! Select Fridays 7-10pm 5/7 per night (Oct-May)

*Class fees may reflect proration.

Youth & Government NEW! (Gr 6-12) Desrcription above. Begins January 16 Th 6-7:30pm 25 (plus fees for conferences)

TEEN TASK FORCE The Teen Task Force is an opportunity for dedicated Teens in grades 6-12 to collaborate and work on educating their peers about the risks associated with substance use. (See more on page 24.)

7TH GRADE INITIATIVE 7th Grade Initiative is a program for teens in 7th grade that includes a FREE membership to the Madison Area YMCA. Teens must live or attend school in our service area and provide proof of enrollment in 7th grade for the 2019-2020 school year. Membership includes use of the facility 7 days a week. A Fitness Center orientation, free or reduced rates for Teen Programs, and other benefits of membership are included! Membership runs from NOW – June 30, 2020. Please visit our website for more details.

THE BOSZHARDT FAMILY TEEN CENTER The Madison Area YMCA offers a safe place for teens in grades 6-12 to gather after school at the Boszhardt Family Teen Center. Teens participate in after-school and Friday evening Teen Scene programs. Teens can receive homework and study help, volunteer and gain valuable leadership skills. The Teen Center includes comfortable couches and a great place to hang out with friends. Teen Center Pass: For the entire school year M-F 3-6pm 0/20

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YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Empowering young people to reach their full potential.

SCOUT BADGES

Kiana Cunningham, Associate Youth & Teen Director - kcunningham@madisonymca.org -973.822.9622 x2233 The Madison Area YMCA offers a series of workshops to assist Scouts in mastering important skills required to earn a badge. In addition to the current workshop schedule, a custom workshop can be designed for your troop in terms of topic, date and time. We'll do our best to accommodate the needs of your troop. A minimum of five Scouts are needed to run a class. Please contact Associate Youth & Teen Director Kiana Cunningham at 973.822.9622 x2233 or kcunningham@madisonymca.org.

Enrichment

Badge: Baking Fun Patch

Badge: STEM Fun Patch

Badge: Jr. Drawing Badge Learn the basic techniques of drawing through various mediums in a fun setting! (Gr 4-5: Juniors)

Badge: Sing Along Campfire Patch

Enjoy s'mores and songs while learning how to maintain and safely extinguish a fire at the Madison Area YMCA's camp fire pit! (Gr K-12: Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors)

Badge: Theatre Fun Patch Musical Theatre Fun: What does it take to be a "triple threat"? Explore the wonderful world of musical theatre at the Madison Area YMCA. Learn to sing, dance and act while having fun learning jazzy, funky rhythmic dances similar to the ones seen on Broadway. (Gr 1-8: Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes)

Badge: Dance Fun Patch Hip Hop Dance: Develop coordination, body awareness, and self-esteem while having fun in our exciting and energetic Hip Hop class! (Gr 1-8: Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes)

Sports Badge: Sports Fun Patch

Enrichment Bake delicious desserts, decorate and enjoy with your troop. (Gr 1-8: Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes)

SOPA: School of Performing Arts

Perform experiments and learn about science, technology, engineering, or math in a safe and fun environment. (Gr 1-8: Daisies, Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes)

Badge: Cooking Fun Patch

With your troop, learn how to make your favorite edible masterpieces; from baking treats to healthy snacks, from easy lunches to healthy dinners. (Gr 1-8: Daisies, Brownies, Juniors and Cadettes)

Get active and build confidence with sports drills and game play. (Gr 2-5: Brownies and Juniors)

Fitness Badge: Yoga Fun Patch

Learn about yoga and the meaning of Namaste. With yoga poses, sun salutations and shivasana, this class is tailored to the age group of the troop. (Gr K-12: Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes and Seniors)

Nutrition Badge: My Best Self

Learn about food groups and healthy eating with a chance to sample healthy food. (Ages 6-8yrs: Brownies)

Boy Scout Badges Badge: STEM Fun Patch

Perform experiments and learn about science, technology, engineering, or math in a safe and fun environment.

Badge: Cooking Fun Patch

With your troop, learn how to make your favorite edible masterpieces; from baking treats to healthy snacks, from easy lunches to healthy dinners.

Badge: Sports Fun Patch Get active and build confidence with sports drills and game play.

Badge: Theatre Fun Patch

Musical Theatre Fun: What does it take to be a "triple threat"? Explore the wonderful world of musical theatre at the Madison Area YMCA. Learn to sing, dance and act while having fun learning jazzy, funky rhythmic dances similar to the ones seen on Broadway.

Badge: Robotics Fun Patch

Scouts work in small groups to create basic robots and program them using LEGO MindstormsÂŽ.

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WHY THE Y

Mom Joins Daughters in Learning to Swim at the Y

ilvia now swims with her family. That might not sound Sdidn’t like big news—but it is. The wife and mother of two know how to swim and was afraid of the water. One

thing Silvia was determined to make sure of as a result? Her daughters Lupe and Luci would learn how to swim. And they did. From the age of 4, both girls took swim lessons at the Madison Area YMCA when they were in preschool at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center of the Y. Silvia’s learning-how-to-swim story began one day when she had a free morning and decided to watch Luci at her swim lesson. “She was doing so great,” says Silvia, of the now 5-year-old who can swim a length of the pool. “I was talking to my 9 year old about how well her younger sister was doing in the water and then Lupe said to me, ‘Mom, it’s your turn now.’” As Silvia contemplated the idea, she wondered if she could learn to swim at her age. Lisa Shannon, the Y’s aquatics director, assured her that she could and that it would be life-changing. “We all make sure our kids are safe and do all we can for them, but Silvia knew she had to learn to swim and do this for herself,” says Lisa. Silvia signed up for 10 weeks of lessons, noting that she was embarrassed and nervous. Lupe and Luci’s encouragement was priceless. “They told me not to be afraid,” says Silvia. “I still wasn’t convinced I should do it but then I met other moms who signed up for lessons that felt the same way I did,” she says. “The four of us took lessons and learned to swim,” she says with a smile.

And then, Silvia signed up again. “I was improving, so I wanted more,” she says, adding “I overcame my fears. The girls began to say, “My mom floats!” laughs Silvia. Now, Silvia and her husband Carlos frequently come to the Madison Area Y with their daughters for family swim time and fun in the water. “Before I learned how to swim, I would be sitting and watching everyone,” Silvia says, noting that knowing how to swim for safety around water is extremely important. Before she could swim, Silvia wasn’t comfortable taking her daughters to water activities unless her husband was present. Silvia, Lupe and Luci continue to take weekly swim lessons at the Y. It’s a highlight in their week. Silvia also spreads the word that adults should learn how to swim!

Why the Y is the Madison Area YMCA’s column on madisonareaymca.org and TAPinto. Why the Y features stories about members who are inspired by the Y, staff members who help make a difference in people’s lives and innovative programs that change our community for a better us. Please visit the column to meet your neighbors that are part of the Y family and learn about the programming that just might make a difference in your life!

Volunteer hour opportunities

MADISON CHATHAM COALITION

Passionate about educating your peers on the risks associated with substance use?

Monthly meetings for teens in grades 6-12

JOIN THE TEEN TASK FORCE!

madisonchathamcoalition.org/teen-task-force

Madison Chatham Coalition is funded by the Office of National Drug Control Policy and is a collaborative partnership between Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America. The Madison Area YMCA is a community partner and the local fiscal agent of the Madison Chatham Coalition.

Have fun and meet new friends

www.madisonchathamcoalition.org

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OUR COMMUNITY Together, we can build a better us.

THERE’S NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO BUILD A BETTER US.

LEAVE YOUR LEGACY

JOIN US IN GIVING BACK.

The Madison Area YMCA Our Community Our Future Campaign is an opportunity to make a difference in the life of your family, and the community as a whole now and for years to come. Together, we can leave a legacy for future generations, just as community members of the past made our current facility possible. Please join us in supporting this important community project.

YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Volunteer at the Y or join TOGETHERHOOD®, the Y’s Signature Program for Social Responsibility, to make new friends, improve lives and contribute to a stronger and more inclusive society. Together, we can make a difference.

RECOGNIZING GENEROSITY While gifts of any size will help shape the future of our Y, special recognition opportunities exist for gifts of $1,000 or more to the Capital Campaign. MOSAIC PATH TO THE FUTURE Nameplates of different sizes for gifts from $1,000 $10,000.

Contact: Engagement Manager Community Member and Volunteer Gwen Riddick at 973.822.9622 x2235; griddick@madisonymca.org.

ADDITIONAL NAMING OPPORTUNITIES AND MORE INFORMATION Please email Senior Director of Organization Advancement Amie Herman at CapitalCampaign@madisonymca.org.

ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST

RESOLUTION

SUNDAY, JANUARY 26 | 10AM-1PM

NEW YEAR, NEW YOU MEMBERSHIP OFFER: December 30 - January 3 Join the Y between Monday, December 30 through Friday, January 3 and we’ll waive your initiation fee. New members receive a complimentary 30-minute health coaching session and are automatically entered into a raffle for a chance to win a FREE Personal Training or Small Group Training Session.

This event is FREE for Y members. Suggested $5/family donation for non-members.

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MEMBERSHIP RATES

(Effective 1/1/2020. Rates subject to change)

TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP MONTHLY DUES INITIATION FEE* Family With Children(1) $126 $135 Family No Children(2) $117 $125 Single Parent Family(3) $103 $125 Adult (27-64) $81 $95 Adult 65+ $67 $90 Family 65+ $100 $125 Young Adult (18-26) $62 $75 Older Youth (12-17) $44 $40 Youth (0-11) $32 $25 *Initiation fee is a one-time fee as long as membership is continuous. (1) Two adults cohabiting as a couple with children 26 years and younger. Proof may be required. (2) Two adults cohabiting as a couple with no children. (3) Widowed, divorced or legally separated (the Madison Area YMCA reserves the right to request proof of status).

SPECIAL MILITARY MEMBERSHIPS: HONORING YOUR SERVICE

We proudly introduce reduced membership rates for our heroes: • 10% off our standard membership rates • Lifetime eligibility • Family memberships included • Waived initiation fee Contact Member Experience Coordinator Jeremy Braun at 973-822-9622 x2312 or jbraun@madisonymca.org.

MEMBERHUB

Receive instant alerts & notifications via text message and/or email. MemberHub.com offers one central online place for our staff and members to communicate, collaborate and coordinate in a private and safe environment. You choose which notifications to receive. Printed instructions are available at the Welcome Center, Fitness Desk and pool. https://madisonareaymca.memberhub.com/login

Want to learn more? Schedule a tour of the facility! tour@madisonymca.org

THE Y FOR ALL

QUESTIONS?

Financial and Member Assistance

The Y's financial assistance program is made possible through generous contributions by community members, Board members, volunteers, staff members, corporate partners, local businesses and foundations who help to assure that the Y is a place for everyone at every income level to be enriched. For more information,contact Financial Assistance Coordinator Frances Roman at 973.822.9622 x3222 or financialassistance@madisonymca.org.

membership@madisonymca.org Contact for: membership questions, membership suspension requests, questions about your online account and membership termination requests.

financialassistance@madisonymca.org Contact for questions about our Financial Assistance Program.

billing@madisonymca.org Contact for membership billing questions.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR NEW CAMP OFFERINGS FOR PRESCHOOL - GRADE 11 AT OUR PARENT INFORMATION SESSIONS: January 14: 5-6:30PM

at the Family Center (111 Kings Road)

January 15: 4:30-6PM at the F.M. Kirby Children’s Center (54 East Street)

ALL CAMPS START

JUNE 22, 2020

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REGISTRATION BEGINS ONLINE AND IN-PERSON:

TUESDAY, JAN 21, 2020 AT 7:30 PM FOR MADISON AREA YMCA MEMBERS THURSDAY, JAN 23, 2020 AT 7:30 PM OPEN REGISTRATION

MADISON AREA YMCA madisonareaymca.org FAMILY CENTER 111 Kings Road, Madison, NJ 07940 973-822-YMCA (9622)

F.M. KIRBY CHILDREN’S CENTER 54 East Street, Madison, NJ 07940 973-377-4945

PROJECT COMMUNITY PRIDE 973-845-6480

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Madison Area YMCA Winter Program Guide 2020  

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