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THE RACINE FAMILY Y

2017 Summer Program Brochure

LAKEFRONT BRANCH 725 Lake Avenue Racine, WI 53403 SEALED AIR BRANCH 8501 Campus Drive Mount Pleasant, WI 53406 GEORGE BRAY NEIGHBORHOOD BRANCH 924 Center Street Racine, WI 53403 SUMMER 1 June 12-July 23

SUMMER 2 July 24-September 3 th GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION - MAY 30 /SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th 1 262•634•1994 - SERVING RACINEBEGINS: SINCE SUMMER 1875 - 1YMCARACINE.ORG


TABLE OF CONTENTS

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Young Leaders Academy (YLA)...............................3 Young Leaders Summer Session............................3 P.R.E.P...........................................................................3 Focus on Fathers Initiative......................................3 YOUTH DEVELOPMENT Aquatics .................................................................4-6 Summer Day Camp.....................................................7 Leadership Enrichment.............................................7 Youth Sports...............................................................8 Tumbling & Dance......................................................9 Adult & Specialty Sports...................................... 10 HEALTHY LIVING Lighthouse Run/Corporate Cup........................... 10 Health & Wellness Descriptions.................... 11-12 Fitness Class Schedules...................................13-14 Personal Training/Teen Strength Attack........... 15 Small Group Training.............................................. 15 Cooking Class........................................................... 15 Branch Locations....................................................16 Pool & Gym Schedules..................ymcaracine.org BUILDING HOURS Day of Week

SEALED AIR

LAKEFRONT

BRAY

Monday-Thursday

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

9:00am-9:00pm

Friday

5:00am-9:00pm 5:00am-7:00pm

9:00pm-6:00pm

Saturday

6:00am-6:00pm 6:00am-4:00pm

9:00am-3:00pm

Sunday

8:00am-4:00pm 8:00am-12:00pm CLOSED

The YMCA is closed on: Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day and the 4th of July.

DAY PASSES

The general public is welcome to visit the YMCA anytime by purchasing a day pass. Guests 13 years and older are required to present a picture ID each time they visit. (8 pass per month limit) DAY PASS: Youth $5 | Adult $10 | Family $15 (non-refundable) NOON BASKETBALL PASS: $5 (non-refundable)

Child Watch/Prime Time

Available for children ages 6 weeks and up, Child Watch/Prime Time is drop-in childcare for our members and guests while they utilize the facility. CHILD WATCH/PRIME TIME IS FREE TO OUR MEMBERS! Please understand children are served on a first-come, first-served basis. For safety purposes we are limited in the amount of children that can be served at one time. CHILD WATCH/PRIME TIME HOURS - Sealed Air Branch: Monday-Friday 8:00am - 1:00pm Monday-Friday 4:00pm - 8:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm KID’S CORNER (CHILD WATCH)- Lakefront Branch: Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 1:00pm Monday-Thursday 4:00pm - 8:00pm Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm KID’S ALLEY (PRIME TIME) - Lakefront Branch: Monday-Thursday 5:00pm - 7:30pm Free Member/ $5 per hour General Public Note: 3 hour time limit. Hours subject to change.

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SUMMER 1 REGISTRATION BEGINS Members: Monday, May 22nd General Public: Tuesday, May 30th CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE 12th

SUMMER 2 REGISTRATION BEGINS Members: Tuesday, July 3rd General Public: Monday, July 10th CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, July 24th

SWIM LESSON registration is ongoing during the summer with participants registered at least 2 days prior to the beginning of the session.

WAYS TO REGISTER

IN PERSON: Register in person at LAKEFRONT, SEALED AIR OR BRAY BRANCH Welcome Desk. BY PHONE: Call 262•634•1994 (credit card only) We accept Mastercard, VISA, Discover. ONLINE: Visit us at ymcaracine.org and click on ‘REGISTER ONLINE’.

MEMBERSHIP RATES Membership Type

Monthly Draft

Joiner Fee

Youth

$18

$29

$27

$49

$48

$99

2 Adult Household

$60

$99

1 Adult Household

$60

$99

$72

$99

$82

$99

$43

$99

$55

$99

18 & under

College Full Time (ID Required)

Single Adult 19 to 61

with Children

2 Adult Household with Children

3 Adult Household with Children

Senior Individual 62 or older

2 Senior Household one being 62+

The RACINE FAMILY YMCA offers corporate membership rates to qualifying companies. Ask at the Welcome Center for details. Annual/Cash payments are accepted. Rates subject to change. Membership & Cancellation Policies can be found online or request a copy from the Welcome Center Staff.

MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY GEORGE BRAY NEIGHBORHOOD YMCA The George Bray Neighborhood YMCA will house a range of programs designed to increase the strength and effectiveness of community life and improve local conditions, especially for youth in disadvantaged situations. The Y’s ability to provide these programs depends on contributions. Please consider helping.

YOUNG LEADERS ACADEMY

The Young Leaders Academy (YLA) is a year-round program consisting of three components dedicated to reversing the negative trend of low academic achievement and stereotypical behavior of youth ages 7-18 from low-income communities in Racine. The YLA’s mission is to nurture the development of leadership abilities and life skills of youth, empowering them to improve the quality of their life and assist them in becoming productive citizens.

COMPONENT 1: SCHOOL ACHIEVERS

An after school leadership program for 2nd-5th graders, offering: homework assistance, tutoring, leadership group sessions and recreational activities. Programming is currently held at 4 elementary school sites: Giese, Knapp, RCLA and Wadewitz Elementary Schools. Program hours are Monday thru Thursday from the time school dismisses until 5:30pm.

COMPONENT 2: YOUNG ACHIEVERS

A program for 6th-8th graders designed to prepare them for the academic and social rigors of high school and beyond. Young Achievers allows students to participate according to their interests, and provides students with the opportunity to enhance their academic progress, increase existing skills and pursue their interests. Program hours are Monday & Wednesday 4:00pm-6:00pm. Location: Bray Branch (Transportation available)

COMPONENT 3: TEEN ACHIEVERS

A teen program for 9th-12th graders that offers participants college readiness, college tours, collaboration with local businesses and career exploration workshops. Achievers also receive a free YMCA membership. Program hours are Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00pm-8:00pm

YLA SUMMER SESSION 75 Youth will participate in an interactive six-week summer session at Carthage College in Kenosha, WI. Qualified applicants must be incoming 3rd – 8th grade students. Youth will attend 3 academic classes each morning and participate in recreational and educational activities in the afternoons. Field-trips and community service projects are offered on Fridays. (additional cost for field-trips) Starting June 19, 2017- July 28, 2017. Program operates: Monday–Thursday from 8:30 AM–3:30 PM Cost: $130 YLA Member/$180 General Public Deposit: $50 per child reserves space Extended Care: 6:30am-8:30am & 3:30pm-5:30pm $25 per child, per week (All fees are non-refundable)

P.R.E.P.

The Personal Responsibility Education Program is focused on preventing unintended teen pregnancies and STI’s while also incorporating important adult preparation subjects such as building healthy relationships, learning about financial literacy and focusing on educational attainment. Although the program is open to all, P.R.E.P. targets African American and Latino youth because of the discrepancies in their rates of unintended pregnancies and contractions of STI’s compared to their white counterparts.

FOCUS ON FATHERS INITIATIVE

Focus on Fathers provides fathers with support to help them become better fathers and providers. This Initiative offers education and support programs that improve parenting skills, personal relationships, financial literacy and employment status. Focus on Fathers takes a holistic and non-judgmental approach to helping fathers embrace all aspects of responsible fatherhood. These programmatic supports include:

FATHER FRIENDLY EMPLOYMENT

Fathers will engage in four monthly employment readiness workshops, job search assistance and employment referrals.

NURTURING FATHERS™

NFP aims to help fathers become nurturing fathers to their children. Upon completion of the Father Friendly Employment program, fathers will attend Nurturing Fathers™ classes twice a week for 6 weeks.

WITHIN OUR REACH™

Upon completing Nurturing Fathers™, fathers will enroll in the 3 week Within Our Reach™ program, engaging in six group sessions on enhancing the relationship with spouse or partner.

FINANCIAL LITERACY CONFERENCES

Through quarterly conferences, fathers will take part in workshops to enhance their knowledge and skills in areas such as money management, credit, savings, home ownership, etc.

For more information call 262.898.4610

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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AQUATIC PROGRAMS

Welcome to the Summer Session of the YMCA Aquatic Programs. Registration deadline will be 2 days prior to session starting. If there are fewer than 3 children registered, class can be held only if the participants are willing to pay the semiprivate fee. Whenever possible, classes will be combined to accommodate your preferred schedule. Students must have swim teacher’s approval to move up to the next level. Classes are not pro-rated. Swim class make-ups are for medical reasons only. At the time of registration, please tell the Welcome Center staff which branch registration is for.

3 week session(6x)

8 week session(8x)

June 12 - June 29

June 19 - August 19 (8wks)

August 7 - August 24

$56 Member

$42 Member

$88 General Public

$66 General Public

No Classes wk of July 4

SCHOOL AGE SWIM LESSONS (Ages 6-12 years)

4 week session(8x)

Location: Lap Pool - Children learn the fundamentals of swimming and water safety with increased stroke development and endurance as levels increase. Classes will not exceed an 8 to 1 student/instructor ratio. All classes are 45 minutes in length and taught in the Lap Pool. The prerequisite for each level is successful demonstration of the skills taught in the preceding level. Beginners start at Polliwog (Level 1), which has no prerequisite.

July 10 - August 3

POLLIWOG (Level 1)

$56 Member

Prerequisites: Class designed for children new to lessons or that have not taken lessons in a long time. Goals: Comfort in the water, front and back floating, comfort in deep and shallow water. Primary Skills: Floating on front and back, comfort in water both deep and shallow, front and back crawl arms and legs.

$88 General Public

PARENT/TODDLER LESSONS (Ages 6 - 36 months)

Water comfort and swimming skills taught through a variety of fun activities. Parents and children will be guided through introductory swimming skills and safety precautions preparing them for classes without the aid of a parent.

FROGFISH (Level 2)

Accompany your child in the pool to learn methods that help him/her enjoy and respect the water environment through movement exploration, songs, and games.

Prerequisites: Able to swim 40 ft. with assistance and 20 ft. without assistance. Goals: Swimming on front and back independently, comfort in deep water. Primary Skills: Beginning rotary breathing, breaststroke arms, elementary back stroke arms and building endurance on front and back crawl strokes.

PERCH (Ages 18 – 36 months)

GUPPY (Level 3)

SHRIMP/KIPPER/INIA (Ages 6 – 18 months)

Children learn to move independently through the water under a parent’s guidance. Instructor guides parents to teach their children basic swimming skills.

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS (Ages 3-5 years)

Location: Instructional & Lap Pools - This program offers children their first experience in the pool without a parent, made possible through a variety of fun activities & games. Classes provide a step-by-step progression of swimming and water safety without the aid of a flotation device, designed to adequately prepare your child for the youth program. Student/Instructor ratio will not exceed 5 to 1. All preschool classes are 30 minutes in length.

PIKE (Preschool Level 1) Prerequisites: None, great for beginning swimmers Goals: Comfort in the water and building basic skills for future levels Primary Skills: Supported back and front floats, kicking, bubble blowing, alternate arm action and basic water safety. Parents are not in water with their children.

EEL (Preschool Level 2) Prerequisites: Submerge face for 3 seconds and be able to swim 5 ft. unassisted back to a wall. Should be able to float on front and back with support. Goals: Basic stroke movements Primary skills: Float on front and back without assistance, build confidence in water, front alternating arm paddling and kicking on back.

RAY (Preschool Level 3)

Prerequisites: Able to swim 25 yards with assistance and able to swim 50 ft. without assistance. Goals: Build stroke mechanics and endurance. Primary Skills: Beginning rotary breathing, elementary back stroke kick and improved endurance on front and back crawl strokes.

MINNOW (Level 4) Prerequisites: Must be able to swim front and back crawl stroke 25 yards without assistance. Must demonstrate knowledge of sidestroke arms, breaststroke arms and elementary backstroke arms. Goals: Expand knowledge to include 5 strokes adding full elementary back stroke, full breast stroke and side stroke kick. Primary skills: Improved endurance with front and back crawls with rotary breathing. Elementary back stroke arms and legs, breast stroke arms and legs and side stroke kick.

FISH (Level 5) Prerequisites: Ability to swim front crawl, back crawl, elementary back stroke, breast and side stroke for at least 25 yards without stopping. Goals: Stroke refinement, combine arms and legs on side stroke, introduce butterfly and increase endurance. Primary skills: Arms and legs on side stroke, rudimentary butterfly, build endurance and efficiency in all strokes.

FLYING FISH (Level 6)

Prerequisites: Ability to do front alternating arm strokes 15 ft. without assistance, and ability to float on front and back independently. Goals: Learn basics of rhythmic breathing, combining arms and legs on front and back. Primary Skills: Front and back alternating arm strokes, rudimentary rhythmic breathing and ability to swim longer distances without assistance.

Prerequisites: Must be able to swim 50 yards on all strokes except butterfly (25 yards) without stopping. Goals: Introduce lifesaving stroke, refine all strokes, build endurance and learn flip turns. Primary skills: Improved endurance with front and back crawls with rotary breathing. Elementary back stroke arms and legs, breast stroke arms and legs and side stroke kick.

STARFISH (Preschool Level 4)

SHARK (Level 7)

Prerequisites: Ability to take breath on own and continue swimming, ability to swim 15 feet with alternating back and front crawl arms and legs without assistance. Goals: Acclimation to Lap pool and deep water, swimming 25 yards with assistance, 40 ft. without assistance. Primary skills: Endurance building, rotary breathing, treading water, diving, front crawl and back crawl strokes.

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Prerequisites: Ability to swim all 6 major strokes 100 yards continuously. Goals: Develop competitive swimming skills and increased endurance on butterfly. Primary skills: Flip turns on front and back crawl, breast stroke pull out, butterfly, surface diving, increase endurance and efficiency in all strokes.

PORPOISE (Level 8) Prerequisites: Be able to complete a 200 yard individual medley. Goals: Prepare student with the ability to participate in SEAY, high school swim team or a lifeguard class. Primary skills: Improve all four competitive strokes, starts, turns and finishes.

MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


SESSION CLASS OPTIONS

PURPLE=SEALED AIR | BLUE=LAKEFRONT | GREY=BOTH

2X/WEEK 3/4 WK SESSION

1X/WEEK 8 WK SESSION

1X/WEEK 8 WK SESSION

1X/WEEK 8 WK SESSION

1X/WEEK 8 WK SESSION

1X/WEEK 8 WK SESSION

Parent-Child Lessons

AT SEALED AIR

MON OR WED

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Shrimp/Kipper/Inia

MW = Monday & Wednesday

5:05-5:30pm(SA)

6:15-6:45pm(SA)

18-36 months

TTH =Tuesday & Thursday

5:40-6:10pm(SA)

5:40-6:10pm(SA)

11:10-11:40am(SA)

9:00-9:30am(LF&SA)

Preschool Swim Lessons

AT SEALED AIR

MON OR WED

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

9:30-10:00am(MW) 10:05-10:35am(MW) 10:40-11:10am(MW) 10:00-10:30am(TTH) 10:35-11:05am(TTH)

4:30-5:00pm (SA) 5:40-6:10pm(SA)

4:30-5:00pm(SA) 5:05-5:35pm(SA) 5:40-6:10pm(SA) 6:15-6:45pm(SA)

4:30-5:00pm(SA) 5:40-6:10pm(LF&SA) 6:15-6:45pm(LF)

10:00-10:30am(SA) 10:35-11:05am(SA)

9:30-10:00am(LF&SA) 10:05-10:35am(SA) 10:40-11:10am(SA) 11:15-11:45am(SA)

9:30-10:00am(MW) 10:05-10:35am(MW) 10:40-11:10am(MW) 10:00-10:30am(TTH) 10:35-11:05am(TTH)

4:30-5:00pm (SA) 5:40-6:10pm(SA)

4:30-5:00pm(SA) 5:05-5:35pm(SA) 5:40-6:10pm(SA) 6:15-6:45pm(SA)

4:30-5:00pm(SA) 5:40-6:10pm(LF&SA) 6:15-6:45pm(LF)

10:00-10:30am(SA)

9:30-10:00am(LF&SA) 10:05-10:35am(SA) 10:40-11:10am(SA) 11:15-11:45am(SA)

Ray Preschool 3

10:40-11:10am(MW)

5:05-5:35pm(SA)

6:15-6:45pm(SA)

5:05-5:35pm(SA)

10:35-11:05am(SA)

10:05-10:35am(SA) 11:15-11:45am(SA)

Starfish Preschool 4

10:40-11:10am(MW)

5:05-5:35pm(SA)

6:15-6:45pm(SA)

5:05-5:35pm(SA)

10:35-11:05am(SA)

10:05-10:35am(SA) 11:15-11:45am(SA)

AT SEALED AIR

MON OR WED

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

Polliwog Level 1

9:30-10:15am(MW) 10:20-11:15am(MW) 10:00-10:45am(TTH)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(LF&SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA)

10:00-10:45am(SA) 10:50-11:35am(SA)

9:30-10:15am(LF&SA) 10:20-11:05am(SA) 11:10-11:55am(SA)

Frogfish Level 2

9:30-10:15am(MW) 10:20-11:15am(MW) 10:00-10:45am(TTH)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(LF&SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA)

10:00-10:45am(SA) 10:50-11:35am(SA)

9:30-10:15am(LF&SA) 10:20-11:05am(SA) 11:10-11:55am(SA)

Guppy Level 3

9:30-10:15am(MW) 10:20-11:15am(MW) 10:00-10:45am(TTH)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

10:00-10:45am(SA)

9:30-10:15am(SA) 10:20-11:05am(LF&SA) 11:10-12:05am(SA)

Minnow Level 4

9:30-10:15am(MW) 10:20-11:15am(MW) 10:00-10:45am(TTH)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

4:30-5:15pm(SA) 5:20-6:05pm(SA) 6:10-6:55pm(SA)

10:00-10:45am(SA)

9:30-10:15am(SA) 10:20-11:05am(LF&SA) 11:10-12:05am(SA)

Fish Level 5

10:50-11:35am(TTH)

6:10-6:55pm(SA)

6:10-6:55pm(LF)

10:50-11:35am(SA)

10:20-11:05am(SA) 11:15-12:05am(LF)

Flying Fish Level 5

10:50-11:35am(TTH)

6:10-6:55pm(SA)

6:10-6:55pm(LF)

10:50-11:35am(SA)

10:20-11:05am(SA) 11:10-11:55am(LF)

Shark Level 7

6:10-6:55pm(SA)

6:10-6:55pm(LF)

9:30-10:15am(SA)

Porpoise Level 8

6:10-6:55pm(SA)

6:10-6:55pm(LF)

9:30-10:15am(SA)

6-18 months

Perch

Pike Preschool 1

Eel Preschool 2

Youth Swim Lessons

Special Needs

8:30-9:00am(SA) 9:00-9:30am(LF)

FRIDAY

Preschool 3-5 years

5:00-5:30pm(SA)

Youth 6-12 years

5:30-6:15pm(SA)

Teen/Adult Lessons

Teen/Adult Beginner

THURSDAY 5:20-6:10pm(LF)

En Espanol Swim

Preschool/Youth Beginner/En Español Teen/Adult 12+ Beginner/En Español

SABADO 3-5 anos 6-12 anos

9:00-9:45am(LF) 10:00-10:45am(LF) 8:00-8:45am(LF)

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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AQUATICS (continued) TEEN/ADULT SWIM LESSONS (Ages 13 & Older)

Classes for those who want to learn how to swim for the first time and classes that want to improve their stroke efficiency and endurance.

BEGINNER A class designed for adults and teens that have never swam before or are picking up after a long time out of the water.

EDUCATION The RACINE FAMILY YMCA is a leader in providing up-to-date training and certification through the American Red Cross. We regularly offer certification and challenge courses in Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED and First Aid at our SEALED AIR BRANCH.

CPR & AED TRAINING

Class designed to develop basic stroke for new swimmers or those getting back into swimming after a long time away.

Learn a lifesaving skill that could save a friend, family member, co-worker, or neighbor. Using the American Red Cross CPR for the professional rescuer course we will teach you the skills knowledge and confidence to perform CPR and use an AED.

REFINEMENT

CPR and AED Full Course

DEVELOPMENT

Class designed for experienced and confident swimmers that want to improve and refine strokes.

CLASE DE NATACION EN ESPAÑOL

Clase para los que quieren aprender a nadar por primera vez. Clase para los que quieren mejorar su manera de nadar para tener mas fuerza nadando y nadar mas eficiente.

SEMI-PRIVATE & PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Private or semi-private swim lessons allow the participant to work at a personalized level to achieve swim goals and are a good way to help swimmers focus on a particular skill, or to help overcome a fear of the water. To schedule private lessons, stop by the Welcome Desk or contact Aquatic Coordinators, 262.898.4559.

Sunday - July 16th 1:00-9:00pm $45 Member/ $60 General Public

CPR and AED Challenge Sunday - July 16th 9:00-12:00pm $40 Member/ $55 General Public

RED CROSS LIFEGUARD TRAINING

NEW BLENDED LEARNING TRAINING FOR LIFEGUARDING, WITH ONLINE AND IN-PERSON SESSIONS Comprehensive Training Sessions

2:1 ratio, Instructor will teach 2 swimmers for 30 minutes per lesson. 6 lessons $80 Member / $110 General Public

• Equivalent to the traditional in-person course; two-year certification includes: Lifeguarding, First Aid, CPR and AED. • Online lessons are completed prior to in-person training, maximizing time in water for rescue & swimming skills. • In-water skills & review sessions are conducted at the Racine Family YMCA.

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

Interactive and Engaging Sessions

SEMI PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

1:1 ratio; Instructor will teach 1 swimmer for 30 minutes per lesson. 3 lessons $65 Member / $90 General Public 6 lessons $110 Member / $140 General Public

Slide Times MONDAY-THURSDAY 1:00pm - 4:30pm 7:00pm - 8:00pm FRIDAY 1:00pm - 8:30pm

• Online lessons allow participants to explore information & choose how content is presented. • Learning enhanced by a high level of interactive elements, including: narrative, case studies, “What Should You Do” scenarios, video, drag-and-drop matching exercises and other gaming elements that appeal to participants. June 12-16: Monday - Friday 5pm-9pm Full Course: $200 Member/$225 General Public Recertification: $100 Member/$125 General Public Contact Aquatic Director, 262.898.4559 for future classes.

SATURDAY 1:00pm-5:30pm

RED CROSS LIFEGUARD INSTRUCTOR TRAINING COURSE

SUNDAY 1:00pm - 3:30pm

QUESTIONS?

(SLIDE TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

Children must be 48 inches tall to ride the water slide. Parents may not catch or ride down with a child.

Contact Aquatic Director, 262.898.4559 for more information.

Contact Kati Rognsvoog 262.898.4559

THE YMCA’S SWIM TEAM

The next step in your child’s swim career. Swimmers refine their strokes, learn how to compete and learn how to be a team player. SEAY is also dedicated to teaching kids good sportsmanship and fair competition. Call Coach Wright at 262.898.4766 or visit the team’s website at www.sea-y.org

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MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


YOUTH AND FAMILY ENRICHMENT Enhance children’s cognitive, physical, social and emotional development through a variety of fun-filled activities. SUMMER DAY CAMP

The heart of the Racine Family YMCA Day Camp experience is its focus on fun filled outdoor recreational opportunities, social interaction, physical involvement, educational enrichment, leadership building, personal growth and creativity for ages 4-17. Welcoming all 4 year olds (potty trained) to camp! Welcoming teens as Leaders in Training(LIT) to camp! Campers enjoy a variety of activities centered around weekly themes that reinforce core values: responsibility, honesty, caring and respect. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; Information packets which also include registration forms are available online and at the Welcome Center. Operates 6:30am - 6:00pm • There is a one-time enrollment fee of $30 per child and the first week’s payment in full at time of registration. Deposits are non-refundable after May 1st. • Includes Extended Care - 6:30am-8:30am/4:30pm-6:00pm but must register. • Includes 2 healthy snacks SWIM LESSONS • Parents provide lunch and water INCLUDED FOR bottle daily DAY CAMPERS • Camp will provide milk with lunch • Held at the SEALED AIR BRANCH Camp for 5-12 year olds 3 Days a week $155 Member/ $180 General Public 5 Days a week $180 Member/ $210 General Public Camp for 4 year olds 3 Days a week $165 Member/ $190 General Public 5 Days a week $190 Member/$220 General Public Leaders in Training (Entering 8th & up) 3 day week $100 Member/$125 General Public 5 day week $125 Member/$155 General Public Mandatory Parent Orientation: When registering, be sure to sign up for a parent orientation. Campers are welcome to attend. Wednesday, May 24th - 6:30-7:30pm or Wednesday, May 31st - 6:30-7:30pm Optional Meet and Greet for Returning Families: Tuesday, May 30th - 6:30-7:00pm

QUESTIONS? Contact Katie Svendsen 262.898.4558

Camp Week

Theme of the Week (subject to change)

June 5-9

Mad Scientists - Mad Science Workshop

June 12-16

Day Camp’s Got Talent - Zumba/Young Composers

June 19-23

Ol’ McDonald - Strawberry Picking

June 26-30

Shark Week - Pettit National Ice Center

July 3, 5-7

Party in the USA - North Beach

July 10-14

Birds, Bugs & Bubbles - Wehr Nature Center

July 17-21

Slime & Grime - Mess Fest

July 24-28

Captain Y & the Superheroes - Kenosha Kingfish

July 31, Aug 1-4

Mischief, Mayhem & Make Believe - Action Territory

August 7-11

Animal Kingdom - Milwaukee Zoo

August 14-18

Under the Big Top - YMCA Family Carnival

August 21-25

Space is the Place - Mitchell Park Domes

August 28-31, Sept 1

Across the Decades - Milwaukee Public Museum

GEORGE BRAY NEIGHBORHOOD YMCA SUMMER DAY CAMP

The heart of the Racine Family YMCA Day Camp experience is its focus on fun filled outdoor recreational opportunities, social interaction, physical involvement, educational enrichment, leadership building, personal growth and creativity for ages 5-12. Campers enjoy a variety of activities centered around weekly themes that reinforce core values: responsibility, honesty, caring and respect. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; Information packets which also include registration forms will be available in May.

LEADERSHIP ENRICHMENT COOKING FOR KIDS (Ages 8 & up)

Children will learn the important life skill of nutritious food preparation. Participants will learn about kitchen safety, basic cooking science, measurements, nutrition, and will prepare some simple and delicious dishes in the process. Sealed Air Branch - MGR Tuesdays 5:30pm - 7:00pm Summer 1 & 2: $90 Member/$105 General Public **Classes will run the first week of the session if at least two participant are registered and will continue ONLY if registration reaches six participants.**

YMCA Mission Statement: To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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YOUTH SPORTS

CHARACTER FIRST, COMPETITION SECOND

The youth sports program at the Y has four goals regardless of the skill level of each child: skill improvement, knowledge growth, character development & most importantly FUN! An instructional program focused on giving children an equal opportunity to improve game fundamentals, game knowledge, sportsmanship, teamwork & appropriate competition. Levels may be combined or divided based on enrollment.

YOUTH OUTDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE (Ages 4-12)

YOUTH INSTRUCTIONAL BASKETBALL

REGISTRATION INFORMATION Deadline to register: May 31st

Beginner ages 4-6 years Tuesday 4:15pm Intermediate ages 7-9 years Tuesday 5:00pm Advance ages 10-13 years Tuesday 6:00pm

May 31 - August 12 A fun, exciting way to spend time making new friends while learning the basic fundamentals of soccer. Fee includes T-Shirt.

Practices on Wednesdays: Mites (Ages 4-5) 4:30pm Mighty Mites (Ages 6-7) 5:30pm Sophomores (Ages 8-10) 6:30pm Juniors (Ages 11-12) 7:30pm Games on Saturdays before noon (subject to change based on enrollment) Game schedules will be handed out on May 31st Lakefront Branch

$45 Member/$65 General Public

YOUTH INSTRUCTIONAL PEE WEE SOCCER This class is for boys and girls to have fun and develop strength and agility while playing soccer. Beginner: Ages 3-5 years Summer 1 & 2 Fridays 10:30am - 11:15am Sealed Air Branch

$32 Member/$59 General Public (each session)

YOUTH INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE A fun, exciting way to spend time making new friends while learning the basic fundamentals of soccer. Participants will receive team shirts. NEW SEASON BEGINS WINTER - 2018 Co-ed Divisions ages 4-12 years

QUESTIONS? Contact Christopher Bogan 262.898.4751

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This class is for boys and girls of all skill levels and will teach good sportsmanship, teamwork, and the fundamentals of basketball.

Lakefront Branch

Summer 1 & 2: $39 Member/ $69 General Public

YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUE

The Youth Basketball League will teach tactics and fundamentals through coaching and games provided by the Y: skill and excitement will be at an all-time high! Come join the fun! Practices during the week, with games on Saturdays. Participants will receive team shirts. NEW SEASON BEGINS FALL - 2017/SPRING - 2018 Co-ed Divisions ages 4-13 years

BOXING FOR BEGINNERS

Learn proper punching and footwork technique, practice pounding the heavy bag, and getting a rhythm out of the speed bag. The entire range of skills exclusive to boxing can be both taxing but also incredibly rewarding. Whether you are interested in learning the sport to compete or simply want to make sure you get the most from a boxing workout, this class is for you. Each class will have a different focus, be it ring work, boxing fitness, hitting the mitts, or beating up the bag. The last 15 minutes of the Monday, Wednesday and Friday classes is entirety optional and focuses on non contact sparring drills to help learn what makes the “sweet science” so sweet. Lakefront Branch

Monday-Friday 6:00pm - 7:30pm $20 Member/$35 General Public per month

MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


TUMBLING - LAKEFRONT BRANCH

DANCE - SEALED AIR BRANCH

PARENT/TOT (Ages Walking- 4 Years)

CREATIVE MOVEMENT (Ages 4-5)

Parent & Tot is a 30 minute action packed, hands on, movement and coordination class. Children will learn how to roll, balance, slide and jump. An adult must be present to help and encourage the child during the class period. Please dress comfortably for participation! Lakefront Branch Saturday, 10:00am-10:30am Summer 1 & 2: $15 Member/ $35 General Public (6 wks)

MINI TUMBLING (Ages 5-8)

Mini Tumbling allows the girls/boys to learn basic tumbling skills while building their strength and flexibility. Children will learn Level 1 tumbling skills, including; forward rolls, hand stands, cartwheels, roundoffs and back walk-overs. Lakefront Branch Saturday, 10:30am-11:30am Summer 1 & 2: $30 Member/ $50 General Public (6 wks)

YOUTH TUMBLING (Ages 9-12)

Youth Tumbling is a class that invites both beginner and intermediate tumblers. Instructors will teach Level 1 & 2 tumbling skills. Lakefront Branch Saturday, 11:30am-12:30pm Summer 1 & 2: $34 Member/ $54 General Public (6 wks)

MIDDLE SCHOOL POM & CHEER CLASSES

New

Learn the latest moves in cheer and pom while having fun! Pom & Cheer class combines cheerleading skills with drill team style dancing. Students will learn sideline cheers and chants as well as dance routines. While focusing on rhythm, technique and precision, students will improve their balance, flexibility and coordination while building self-esteem. A performance will be held on the last day of the session. Program encourages students become members of their school cheerleading and/or pom squads. Get a jump start on your training so you won’t have to worry about making the team-whether you are trying out for middle school, freshman, JV or Varsity. Lakefront Branch 3rd-5th grade Monday, 4:00pm 6th-8th grade Monday, 5:00pm Summer 1 & 2: $50 Member/ $72 General Public (6 wks)

YOUTH JR VARSITY CHEER AND POM

This class is an introduction to dance. The primary goal is to foster a love of movement. It entails activities that work on large motor skills, creative play, special awareness, rhythm, following directions and beginning ballet terms. Creative Movement is a fantastic way to introduce both boys and girls to dance. Sealed Air Branch Saturdays, 9:00am-9:45am Summer 1 & 2: $30 Member/ $50 General Public (6 wks)

BALLET/JAZZ (Ages 5 & up)

This dance class will focus on the basics of ballet that are used in all forms of dance as well the high energy fun side of Jazz. Dancers will learn the fundamentals of both dance styles including leaps, jumps, turns, and combinations across the floor. In addition, they will learn to work as a team and build self-confidence. Sealed Air Branch Saturdays, 9:45am-10:30am Summer 1 & 2: $34 Member/ $54 General Public (6 wks)

BEGINNER TAP (Ages 6 & up)

This class serves as an introduction to tap dance for children. A proper foundation of tap technique is established through barre exercises, creative movement, and center floor practice. In addition, dancers will build self-confidence as while preparing for the end of class performance. Bring tap shoes. Sealed Air Branch Saturdays, 10:45am-11:45am Summer 1 & 2: $34 Member/ $54 General Public (6 wks)

HIP HOP (Ages 6 & up)

Hip Hop is a high energy class. Students will learn a contemporary street style type of dance using dance forms such as poppin and locking, house, and fusion. Students are encouraged to step outside the box and their comfort zone to truly experience this type of dance. Sealed Air Branch Saturdays, 12:00pm-1:00pm Summer 1 & 2: $30 Member/ $50 General Public (6 wks)

New

The Racine Family YMCA has partnered with the Racine Park Girls Pom & Cheer program to mentor and be role models to the 3rd-8th grade girls in the Junior Varsity Program. Attire for routine May 1-3, work out clothing & tennis shoes. and for official tryouts May 5th , wear white tshirt, black shorts/leggings & white shoes or jazz shoes. JR. VARSITY MEMBERS will perform in the Racine 4th of July parade, at H.S. JV football games, at H.S. JV Basketball games and participate in competitions and much more. Cost will be discussed with options during a parent meeting with the girls that make the JV Team.

QUESTIONS? Contact Christopher Bogan 262.898.4751

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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ADULT AND SPECIALTY SPORTS 2017 LIGHTHOUSE RUN SATURDAY, JUNE 17th

During its 38 year history, the Lighthouse Run, presented by Educators Credit Union, The Journal Times and the RACINE FAMILY Y, has evolved into one of the premier run/walks in the state of Wisconsin. That tradition continues in with the Image Management 10 Mile Run, Financial Service Group 4 Mile Run and the Modine 4 & 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk. Offering both competitive and noncompetitive events, Lighthouse Run serves as the official kickoff to summer fitness awareness. Register at lighthouserun.com

PRESENTED BY RACE SPONSORS

TAE KWON DO

Tae Kwon Do provides an excellent workout that offers discipline for the mind and body. This progressive program teaches proper techniques, self-defense awareness, and practical application. Ages 5 and up. Sealed Air Branch Monday & Wednesday 7:00pm - 8:30pm Lakefront Branch Tuesday & Thursday 5:30pm - 7:00pm Summer 1: $67 Member/$105 General Public (6 wks) Each additional Family member $33 Member/$50 General Public Summer 2: $67 Member/$105 General Public (6 wks) Each additional Family member $41 Member/$65 General Public

JUDO & JUJITSU

Lead instructor Leland Roth, brings 30 years of teaching experience. Beginning students learn the fundamentals of Olympic style Judo and Jujitsu. This includes learning how to fall, throw, pin and Jujitsu (self-defense) techniques. Continuing students can learn advanced Judo and Jujitsu techniques. Sealed Air Branch Ages 7 and up Tuesday & Thursday Beginner 6:30pm - 7:00pm Intermediate 7:00pm - 8:00pm Advanced 7:00pm - 8:30pm Summer 1: $55 Member/$75 General Public (6 wks) Each additional Family member $25 Member/$35 General Public Summer 2: $55 Member/$75 General Public (6 wks) Each additional Family member $25 Member/$35 General Public

Adult Noon Basketball Monday thru Friday 11:30am – 1:00pm Sealed Air & Lakefront Branches • Must be 18 years or older • Members: Free • General Public: $5 • Photo ID required

Corporate Cup - August 2017 Come join other Racine County businesses and organizations to compete in the YMCA’s challenge of fun, fitness, and spirit! Test your skill on the golf course, basketball court, making chili or choose from many other events; there is something for everyone! For information about Corporate Cup, please contact Nette Marks at nmarks@ymcaracine.org or visit our website www.ymcaracine.org and look under EVENTS.

10 MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


HEALTHY LIVING Improving the nation’s health & well-being. The RACINE FAMILY YMCA health and fitness classes and programs are designed to build inner and physical strength. Those who engage in fitness programs enjoy the benefits of a healthier heart, lungs, bones and muscles. They also get to enjoy the benefits of friendship and community. By exercising within the limits of one’s ability and learning ways to live a healthier lifestyle, individuals may improve their quality of life. Most fitness classes are FREE for members, however classes do have daily maximums and are filled on a first come, first served basis. Please register ahead to ensure availability. Classes are subject to cancellation if minimums are not met.

EXTREME INTERVAL STEP

ABS & TONING

FUNCTION AND FIT

A challenging workout that tones & sculpts the entire body, using body weight, hand weights, resistance cables, stability balls and medicine balls.

ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS

A cardio, strength & flexibility workout for the mature member.

AQUACISE

Reduce the stress on your joints with a great cardio & resistance workout using noodles and buoys to tone and sculpt muscles.

AQUAROBICS

This step class challenges cardio endurance with varying intervals.

FREE WEIGHTS

Upper body toning using dumbbells, bands & balls A functional fitness class working on exercises to improve your day to day activities. Build core strength, balance & overall endurance, while challenging yourself.

GOLDEN WAVES FUNCTIONAL WATER TRAINING

Build stability of the core muscles in various ways, using exercise equipment in the water that strengthens & challenges the muscles.

GUTTS-N-BUTTS

An intense workout to strengthen & define your abs, legs & glutes!

Aerobic exercises, dance movements, cardio conditioning, body isolations with the results being total body conditioning.

HIP HOP STEP

AQUA SPLASH

HIP HOP CYCLE

Fun, shallow waters exercises to improve agility, flexibility, and cardio endurance. No swimming skills required. You will use buoys, noodles & a special kickboard to develop strength, balance and coordination.

BODYFLOWTM

BODYFLOWTM is the yoga-based class that will improve your mind, your body and your life, as you bend & stretch through a series of simple yoga moves & embrace elements of Tai Chi and Pilates. You’ll strengthen your entire body & leave the class feeling calm & centered.

BODYPUMP

TM

BODYPUMP™ is for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit – fast. Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, BODYPUMPTM gives you a total body workout. Burn up to 590 calories. You’ll leave the class feeling challenged & motivated.

BOOMERS CARDIO CIRCUIT

An intense cardio step workout to the beat of Hip Hop music. An intense cycling workout to the beat of Hip Hop Music. Pick up your cycle pass at the Welcome Center Desk. Class is first come first served.

INDOOR CYCLING

An intense cardio workout in our indoor cycling class. Every workout is designed to challenge all fitness levels. Pick up your cycle pass at the Welcome Center Desk. Class is first come first served.

INDOOR CYCLING 30

A 30 minute Indoor cycling class, great for beginners and seniors.

INSANITY® LIVE (not for the beginner)

An intense cardio & calisthenics workout uses no equipment. Participants will perform long bursts of maximum intensity exercises with short periods of rest alternating between anaerobic and aerobic intervals.

JOINT EFFORT

A standing exercise class where Boomers, 55 or better, tone using cables and hand weights to strengthen, as well as sticks and small balls for hand dexterity. Up-beat music, with a great cardio workout.

A warm-water aquacise class designed to enhance range of motion for those with arthritis.

CORE FUSION

A kickboxing class using the upright bags, with punching and kicking drills. Core work and stretching completes the class. (Intermediate/Advanced.)

CXWORXTM

LOWER BODY BLAST

Build full body strength focusing on the core muscle groups, using resistance bands. Exercising muscles around the core, CXWORX™ provides the vital ingredient for a stronger body. A 30-minute workout using resistance tubes & weight plates, as well as body weight exercises like crunches, and hovers. You will also get into some hip, butt & lower back exercises.

DEEP WATER AQUACISE

A social deep water fitness class, using floation belts, water resistance, dumbbells and noodles to give a full body workout.

DEEP WATER FITNESS

NO SWIMMING SKILLS NEED for this fun aqua class. Using floatation belts (optional and provided), participants will work out in zero-impact suspension in the large pool at own fitness level whether staying active, working aerobically, core strengthening or toning.

KICKBOXING

20 minutes of targeted gluteal and leg training for strength and toning with a warm-up and cool down/stretch.

MATURE MUSCLES

For those 55 or better who are looking for an energetic workout that engages both mind and body. This class uses hand weights and cables for toning and stability balls for core strength. Fun music brings the group through one hour of cardio and toning.

P90X® LIVE (not for the beginner)

Short training cycles will constantly challenge muscles with variety and intensity. P90X Remix combines resistance, plyometrics, and cardio style workouts, known as muscle confusion. Never plateau your workout.

DOUBLE STEP INTERVAL

60 minutes of step cardio using 2 steps.

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS PILATES

Pilates classes are performed on a mat. All exercises are zero impact and easy on the joints, strengthening the core muscles and gently increases flexibility. Instructors help participants modify exercises to accommodate all levels.

PILATES STRETCH

A combination of Yoga and Pilates, giving you a great workout with both workouts in one.

PILOXING®

A surprising blend of Pilates and boxing that will capture your interest and transform your body.

RIP TIDE

A challenging high energy water fitness class with music from all genres. Aqua tabata is incorporated into the class.

SILVER SNEAKERS®

YOGA - CHAIR VINYANSA

Enjoy the benefits from Yoga seated in a chair. Working on leg strength, range of motion in shoulders & hips, both static & dynamic balance, core strength, stamina & flexibility.

YOGA - GENTLE HATHA

Slow & gentle paced, concentrating on physical health & mental well being. Hatha yoga uses bodily postures & breathing techniques, with the goal of promoting balance & flexibility while bringing about a sound, healthy body & clear, peaceful mind.

YOGA - HOT VINYASA (was Hot Yoga)

Hot yoga is vinyasa-style flow that is hot & sweaty, performed in a warm room because heat Is purifying, cleansing & healing. Gain strength, flexibility & balance -intermediate flow. Added warmth prepares muscles & connective tissue for deeper stretches & facilitates perspiration which serves to cleanse the mind & body.

Silver Sneakers classes are safe, multilevel, and equipment-based total body conditioning classes for Medicare-eligible participants. Classes improve muscular strength, increase range of motion and flexibility.

YOGA - VINYASA FLOW

SILVER SNEAKERS® CARDIO CIRCUIT

YOGA - VINYASA

Traditional yoga, flowing from one posture to another, including pose holds and deep stretches. All levels welcome.

Combine fun with fitness to increase your cardiovascular and muscular endurance power with a standing circuit workout. Upper body strength using hand-held weights, elastic tubing with handles and a ball is alternated with non-impact aerobic choreography. A chair is offered for support, stretching, and relaxation exercises.

Fun, engaging class including sun salutations, standing poses, balancing postures, seated & reclining poses, all while connecting each pose to the breath. Modifications are explained for all postures to suit the needs of all ages & skill levels

SILVER SNEAKERS® YOGA

Zumba is a Latin dance-based fitness class. Salsa and merengue your way to a healthy, fit body.

A series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered so you can perform a variety of seated & standing postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. Restorative breathing exercises & final relaxation will promote stress reduction & mental clarity.

ZUMBA®

ZUMBA® TONING

SINGLE STEP-BAR INTERVAL

Zumba Toning will target the abs, thighs, arms and other muscles throughout the body with the use of toning sticks or light hand held weights.

STEP

HEALTHY LIVING SPECIALTY PROGRAMS

Full body toning using body bars mixed with cardio on the step. All step classes are multi-level to appeal to everyone. Classes are taught by experienced energetic instructors.

STRENGTH TRAINING

Improving muscular strength by gradually increasing resistance through the use of free weights and body weight. Strength training is designed to impose increasingly greater resistance, stimulating muscle strength to meet the added demand.

TABATA HIIT

An intense workout that will take you thru Tabata Drills (20 sec) using the HIIT (high intensity interval training) concepts.

TONING

Using stability balls, hand weights and resistance cables to tone and sculpt a healthy body.

TONING AND BALANCE - LIGHT

Keep your entire body toned and fit in this energizing class. Challenging balance exercises will keep you on your toes.

TRI-FITNESS SWIM WORKOUT

Stroke analysis & technique, drills, speed, endurance & efficiency. To join this class participants must be able to complete 25 yards & be safe in deep water. Our coaching staff will teach participants the rest. Great for Triathlete & fitness swimmers alike, looking for a pool challenge in a team environment. Tuesday/Thursday 6:00-7:30am Sealed Air Branch Wednesday/Friday 6:00-7:30am Lakefront Branch Monthly Fee: $25 Member/$40 General Public (2x/week) Monthly Fee: $40 Member/$60 General Public (4x/week)

YOGA

Stress relieving techniques along with yoga asanas.

DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM

At high risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes? The YMCA Diabetes Prevention program helps participants make lifestyle changes that will improve overall health & well-being and reduce the chances of developing the disease. To qualify, participants must be at least 18 years old, overweight (BMI>25) & at a high risk for developing Type 2 Diabetes or have been diagnosed with prediabetes. This is fee based program with 26 sessions meeting throughout the year. Payment plans are available. To see if this program is a covered benefit, please check with your employer, health insurance provider or contact the Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance to confirm eligibility at 1-800-237-4942. Contact Lynda Knudtson, 262.898.4554 for more information.

L I V E S T RO N G ® AT T H E YM C A

A twelve-week, small group program designed for adult cancer survivors. A survivor is anyone from the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment & into remission. This program supports the increasing number of cancer survivors so they can become physically & emotionally strong enough to return to their normal life or their “new normal”. The program is conducted outside of medical facilities to emphasize that LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is about health, not disease. The next session begins September 5, 2017 on Tue/Thur 1:30-3:00pm. Contact Lynda Knudtson, 262.898.4554 for more information.

PARKINSON’S FITNESS CLASS

Participants may get a referral from physical therapy or their primary care physician. AFTER an assessment, participants will be involved in a one hour fitness class. Up to 30 minutes are spent walking on a treadmill to improve gait speed and balance. Another 30 minutes are spent in a toning/flexibility class with a focus on improving posture & balance. Sealed Air Branch (FEE Based) Monday/Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm

12 MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE - LAKEFRONT BRANCH CARDIO, STRENGTH AND TONING ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS BODYFLOW TM BODYPUMPTM

CXWORXTM HIP HOP STEP

LOWER BODY BLAST

SILVER SNEAKERS速 Cardio ZUMBA速 ZUMBA速 Toning CYCLING-HIP HOP

PILATES-YOGA PILATES SILVER SNEAKERS速 Yoga YOGA

WATER EXERCISE AQUACISE

DEEP WATER FITNESS JOINT EFFORT AQUA SPLASH

DAY M/W/TH/F M/W/F M/TH W M/W/F T/TH THUR SAT MON THUR MON FRI T/TH MON TUE TUE FRI TUE THUR SAT TUE DAY M/W T/TH FRI DAY FRI T/TH MON T/TH FRI DAY M/W M/W TUE FRI FRI T/TH THUR T/TH M/W

TIMES 8:00-8:45am 9:00-9:50am 10:15-11:15am 6:10-7:10pm 9:10-10:10am 6:00-7:00pm 6:10-7:10am 8:15-9:15am 6:10-6:40pm 7:00-7:30pm 10:15-11:15am 10:15-11:00am 5:00-5:50pm 6:40-7:10pm 10:15-10:45am 7:00-7:30pm 6:20-6:50pm 8:00-8:50am 6:00-7:00pm 8:30-9:30am 10:15-11:15am TIME 5:00-5:50pm 9:00-9:50am 5:30-6:20pm TIME 8:00-8:55am 9:15-10:05am 6:15-7:15pm 5:15-6:00am 5:30-6:30pm TIME 8:00-8:50am 6:00-7:00pm 9:00-9:50am 8:30-9:30am 5:30-6:30pm 8:00-9:00am 9:00-9:50am 8:00-8:50am 9:00-9:50am

INSTRUCTOR Larry/Ellen Larry Carrie Carrie/Brenda Brenda/Carrie Karen David Brenda Karen Karen Rachel Rachel Rachel Karen Brenda Karen Brenda Josie Jessica Jessica Romi INSTRUCTOR Brenda Brenda Brenda INSTRUCTOR Bobbie Josie/Ellen Ellen Mike Ellen INSTRUCTOR Josie Jodie/Lynda Lynda Karen Josie Mary Lynda Lynda Josie

FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE - SEALED AIR BRANCH CARDIO, STRENGTH AND TONING ABS & TONING ABS & TONING ADVANCED ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS BOOMERS CARDIO CIRCUIT CORE FUSION DOUBLE STEP INTERVAL EXTREME INTERVAL STEP

FREE WEIGHTS FUNCTION AND FIT

DAY MON MON W/F FRI FRI MON THUR FRI MON MON SAT TUE THUR SAT

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

INSTRUCTOR Missy Cherie Charlie/Mathias Arlene Josie Bobbie Michel Michel Michel Michel Michel Michel Michel Bill

Schedule subject to change Check Welcome Center for updates Classes do fill so we ask that you register

LOCATION MPR MPR Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym MPR MPR MPR Small Gym MPR Small Gym Small Gym MPR MPR MPR Small Gym LOCATION Small Gym Small Gym Small Gym LOCATION MPR MPR MPR MPR MPR LOCATION Small Pool Small Pool Small Pool Small Pool Small Pool Large Pool Small Pool Small Pool Small Pool

LOCATION Mead Witter Studio A&B Studio A&B Spirit/Mind/Body Studio A&B Mead Witter Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Mead Witter

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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FITNESS CLASS SCHEDULE - SEALED AIR BRANCH CARDIO, STRENGTH AND TONING GUTTS AND BUTTS HOT HIIT INSANITY LIVE® KICKBOXING MATURE MUSCLES

P90X® Live PILOXING® SILVER SNEAKERS® CLASSIC SINGLE STEP/BAR INTERVAL STEP STEP & ABS STRENGTH TRAINING TABATA HIIT TONING TONING & BALANCE-LIGHT ZUMBA® ZUMBA® TONING CYCLING INDOOR CYCLING

Although Indoor Cycling is FREE with your membership, due to its popularity & limited number of bikes we ask that members pick up a cycle pass at the Welcome Center

CYCLING 30 PILATES-YOGA PILATES

PILATES/STRETCH YOGA

YOGA - CHAIR YOGA - VINYASA YOGA - GENTLE YOGA YOGA - HATHA YOGA - HOT YOGA - VINYASA YOGA - PILATES YOGA - SILVER SNEAKERS® YOGA - VINYASA YOGA - VINYASA FLOW WATER EXERCISE AQUACISE

AQUAROBICS AQUA SPLASH DEEP WATER AQUACISE GOLDEN WAVES RIP TIDE

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DAY T/TH THUR FRI MON T/TH MON M/TH WED TUE TUE TUE WED MON FRI T/TH MON M/T/W/TH WED THUR M/F M/W WED DAY M/T/W/TH/F MON T/F WED T/W THUR

TIME 5:55-6:40pm 8:55-9:25am 5:05-6:00am 6:00-6:50pm 9:30-10:20am 8:00-8:50am 11:00-11:50am 8:30-9:20am 5:05-6:00am 8:30-9:25am 9:30-10:20am 5:15-6:30am 9:00-9:50am 9:30-11:00am 5:00-5:50pm 5:00-5:50pm 12:00-12:50pm 11:30-12:00pm 8:30-9:20am 9:30-10:30am 6:00-7:00pm 9:30-10:30am TIME 12:00-1:00pm 5:00-6:30pm 5:15-6:30am 9:30-10:30am 6:00-7:00pm 5:05-6:00am

INSTRUCTOR Michel Julie Gavin Bill Bridgett/Bill Cherie Cherie Cherie Gavin Julie Mathias Michel Missy Missy Michel Bill Bill/Cherie Cherie Cherie Hope/Lori Lori/Romi Andrea INSTRUCTOR Mathias/Charlie Colleen Michel Tim/Gina Tom/Tim Rachel

T/TH/S FRI WED DAY M/F T/TH TUE T/TH THUR M/T/W T/TH FRI FRI T/TH FRI MON WED SAT THUR M/W M/W THUR DAY M/W M/W/F M/W T/TH T/TH FRI FRI T/TH FRI

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

Michel/Gina/Tim Colleen Cherie INSTRUCTOR Bobbie/Andrea Andrea Kelly Andrea Jeanne Lisa W/Doris/Lisa P Nicole Nicole Arlene Julie Jenny Chloe Julie Y Staff Josie Chloe Lisa Bobbie INSTRUCTOR Christine Amy/Bobbie/Claire Arlene Jeanne Claire/Bobbie/Josie Sue Arlene Bobbie/Michelle Bobbie

Schedule subject to change Check Welcome Center for updates Classes do fill so we ask that you register

LOCATION Studio A&B Mead Witter Studio A&B Mead Witter Mead Witter Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B Mead Witter Studio A&B Mead Witter Studio A&B Studio A&B Studio A&B CNH Gym CNH Gym CNH Gym LOCATION Cycling Studio Cycling Studio Cycling Studio Cycling Studio Cycling Studio Cycling Studio

Cycling Studio Cycling Studio Cycling Studio LOCATION Mead Witter/Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Spirit/Mind/Body Mead Witter LOCATION Leisure Pool Leisure Pool Leisure Pool Leisure Pool Leisure Pool Lap Pool Leisure Pool Leisure Pool Leisure Pool

MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd


MORE HEALTH AND WELLNESS PERSONAL TRAINING

REACH YOUR GOALS WITH A CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER Everyone needs the advice of an expert sometimes, as well as the personal attention that comes with a trainer or coach. The Y offers personal, partner and small group training to help with setting and meeting goals in order to live healthier. All fees are per person

1 Session 60 min session

5 Session 60 min session

10 Session 60 min session

Personal (1:1)

M$65/GP$80

M$300/GP$375

M$500/GP$700

Partner (1:2-3)

M$55/GP$70

M$250/GP$325

M$450/GP$500

Personal trainer’s request 24 hours notice if cancelling an appointment. Appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be forfeited. All personal training sessions are nonrefundable and expire twelve months after date of purchase.

TEEN STRENGTH ATTACK (Ages 12-15)

A fitness coach will guide teens through proper use of cardio and selecterized strength circuit, teaching proper techniques and rules of the Wellness Center. This class and parental supervision are required for 12 to 15 year olds who want to use the Wellness Center. (FREE)

SMALL GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING(SGPT) (4-6 participants) Small Group Training (SGPT) provides the energy, camaraderie and push to attain personal goals. Enjoy a strong support system of like-minded individuals and have a blast while working out!

ANNUAL SUPPORT CAMPAIGN YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Financial assistance keeps the Y available for kids and families who could not otherwise afford memberships or programs. We raise funds through our Annual Support Campaign to ensure the Y is accessible to all people. This year 1 in 4 people who walk through our doors will receive financial assistance for part of their membership and/or program cost. We count on the generosity of our members and community to help people of all ages and from all walks of life be more healthy, confident, connected and secure.

Balance & Foam Rolling • BOSU® Balance & Core • Free Weights Kettlebell & Ropes • Kickboxing: Technical Skills & Fitness Outdoor Bootcamp • Ropes & Agility TRX® Fusion • TRX® 101 • Women on Weights

YES! I WANT TO SUPPORT THE Y!

SGPT sessions are fee based and run on a monthly basis. Pick up a schedule at the Welcome Desk.

TRAINER-LED WORKOUTS (8-16 participants)

Trainer-led workouts are group personal training sessions that offer a cost effective way to meet goals through specialized training sessions led by personal trainers. Circuit Training • Functional Training • TRX® Trainer-led workouts are fee based and run on a monthly basis. Pick up a schedule at the Welcome Desk.

MY COMMITMENT TO Y’s ANNUAL CAMPAIGN $25

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$250

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Banner Program Gold ($2500 or greater) Banner Program Silver ($1000 - $2499)

PAYMENT METHOD

COOKING CLASS

Check (payable to RACINE FAMILY YMCA)

JAPANESE COOKING

Join this hands-on class and learn how to make authentic Japanese dishes from a Japanese native. SUSHI Wednesday, July 12th 10:30am-12:00pm or 5:30pm-7:00pm GRAPE TART Wednesday, August 16th 10:30am-12:00pm or 5:30pm-7:00pm Sealed Air Branch - MGR $20 Member/$40 General Public (Limit 8 per class) All cooking class participants must register at least 48 hours prior to the date of the class. Classes without 4 pre-registered participants are subject to cancellation.

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RACINE FAMILY YMCA 725 Lake Avenue, Racine, WI 53403 262•634•1994 ymcaracine.org

GENERAL PUBLIC REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 30th/SUMMER 2 - JULY 10th

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RACINE FAMILY YMCA 725 Lake Avenue Racine, WI 53403

262•634•1994 - SERVING RACINE SINCE 1875 - YMCARACINE.ORG

RACINE FAMILY Y MEMBER BENEFITS Programs for the whole family & special family events • Full access to Lakefront & Sealed Air Branches Always Welcome At the Y privileges to Ys across the nation • FREE Babysitting • FREE Equipment Orientation FREE Fitness/Aquacise Classes including: Zumba, BodyPumpTM, Spin, Kickboxing and more! Plus, when you join the Y you’re joining an organization that’s committed to strengthening our community – together.

SEALED AIR BRANCH 8501 CAMPUS DRIVE MOUNT PLEASANT, WI 53406

• Full Size CNH Gymnasium • Indoor Walking/Running Track • Wellness Center with full range of resistance & Cardio Equipment and Running Track. • 2 swimming pools: Waterslide & Family Fun Pool and Lap Pool • Multi-Generational Room • Adult, Youth & Family Locker Rooms

LIGHTHOUSE RUN-SEE PAGE 10

Saturday, June 17TH Presented by: Educators Credit Union - Lakefront Branch Image Management 10 Mile Run - 8:00am Financial Service Group 4 Mile Run - 8:15am Modine 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk - 8:20am

• Full Size Gymnasium • Computer lab • Study Center • Teen Center • Classrooms

BRAY BRANCH 924 CENTER STREET RACINE, WI 53403

• Full Size Gymnasium • Indoor Track • Wellness Center with full range of resistance & Cardio Equipment • 2 Swimming Pools • Racquetball/Handball & Squash Courts • Adult, Youth & Family Locker Rooms

LAKEFRONT BRANCH 725 LAKE AVENUE RACINE, WI 53403

NOTIFICATION OF ANNUAL MEETING Friday, May 12, 2017 - Noon Lakefront Branch Lunch - $1.00 Registration required by 5/5/17 Online or at Welcome Center

THANK YOU TO OUR GOLD SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT OF THE Y’S ANNUAL CAMPAIGN - YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TOO!

THE SIMPSON FAMILY

BRIAN & ANGELA LEE

ERIC & LISA OLESEN

THE WESLASKI FAMILY

16 MEMBER REGISTRATION BEGINS: SUMMER 1 - MAY 22nd/SUMMER 2 - JULY 3rd

2017 Racine Family YMCA Summer Brochure  

Summer 2017 Program Brochure

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