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Session 3: January 29 - March 31

Session 4: April 8 - June 17

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RYE YMCA 2018 SPRING PROGRAM GUIDE

CREATING COMMUNITY


Nationwide Membership Dear Friends, The YMCA has always been a welcoming presence in the communities we serve, opening our doors to members of all ages and walks of life. Through Nationwide Membership, we are now extending that warm welcome to members of other Ys. More importantly, we are giving you the chance to take advantage of YMCAs across the country, free of charge, whenever you want! Nationwide Membership is a new YMCA initiative that allows active, full facility members to work out at other Ys. For example, you may have joined the Rye Y with a family membership but find that the Stamford Y is more convenient to your workplace. No worries! You can now use the Stamford Y while also enjoying family time at the Rye Y as long as you use your home Y at least 50% of the time. Traveling for business or pleasure? Before you leave, go to ymca.net/nationwide-membership, type in the name or zip code of your destination, and find out if there’s a participating YMCA in that location. We’re excited about this new member benefit and hope you are too. For more information about Nationwide Membership and what to expect when you visit another Y, feel free to ask our Member Services staff. Enjoy your visits to other Ys. And when you’re here, we’ll be happy to welcome you home. Sincerely,

Gregg Howells Rye Y Executive Director

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THE RYE Y....STILL THE BEST VALUE FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

USE OF THE following facilities IS INCLUDED IN YOUR MEMBERSHIP:

• 6 lane heated Brookside Pool • 4 lane heated Pa Cope Pool • State of the Art Fitness Center - members receive a complimentary fitness orientation • Approx. 150 free weekly exercise, water exercise and indoor cycling classes including classes just for tweens & teens • Free yoga, pilates, barre & meditation classes at the Wainwright Yoga Center • Freestyle Fitness Zone for ages 12+ • ExerZone: fitness meets technology in our exciting studio for youth, teens, adults and families. • Full size Gymnasium - family "soft play" & basketball, teen gym time, open adult soccer & basketball • Member Lounge with WiFi • Locker Rooms with saunas and Universal Locker Rooms • Game Room with WiFi

Plus....

• Reduced member rates and priority registration for all programs • Family Members choose from a selection of free baby/ toddler classes • Family Members enjoy free family gym time, family swim time and other family activities • Family Members enjoy free First Friday family events • • • • • •

Second Saturdays - fun evenings for 6-8th graders Free karate for adults Fully trained staff who are always ready to assist you Volunteer opportunities Free blood pressure screenings on Mondays Playground on site

Additional Benefits (extra fees may apply):

• Free assisted parking in our lot (plus metered municipal parking across the street)

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Personal and small group training Child Watch and Tot Drop baby-sitting services Summer Camp and Vacation Camps Birthday Parties Family Strengthening Activities

The Rye Y participates in the Nationwide Membership initiative which entitles Rye Y members to use hundreds of participating YMCA’s across the country!

Y Cares financial assistance available. Please visit ryeymca.org and click on Financial Aid for details.

We moved here two years ago from the Netherlands and joined the Rye Y in April. I wanted a way for the whole family to be together instead of going to a million places with my kids scattered all around. The kids need time to play and not spend their time sitting in the car going from place to place. They both do an activity on the same day here – one swims and the other plays basketball. Next session they are both going to swim. I think that is so important because it is a lifesaving skill. The best thing about here is that you can just try different things out – one will also take a gymnastics class and the other wants to try karate. I love dancing so the Zumba class is great. I also take kickboxing and exercise in the fitness center. My husband cycles outdoors but will be coming here more as the weather gets colder. We had a nerf birthday party here recently and my kids loved it! We also did Family Nerf night, which was so much fun.

Manon

I love the atmosphere here and the way people help you. I have a back problem and a trainer in the fitness center, Brendan, gave me some advice. It was so helpful to me. And that’s amazing.

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FIND IT FAST TABLE OF CONTENTS BY FOCUS AREA......................11 & 12 MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION & RATES...................................5 REGISTRATION INFO................................................................6-8 GENERAL RULES & POLICIES............................................. 43-44 STAFF & BOARD OF DIRECTORS..............................................45 FAMILIES

FACILITY HOURS Monday-Friday 5:30 am-10:00 pm* Saturday 7:00 am-6:30 pm* Sunday 8:00 am-6:30 pm* *See building rules on page 43 & 44

Holiday Closings

Youth Classes (and adult 9 week registered classes) will not run on the following dates: February 17-23, April 1-7 and May 26-28 Facility is closed on the following dates:

New Year's Day Easter Sunday Memorial Day Independence Day

January 1 April 1 May 28 July 4

Parent/Child Classes...........................................13, 20 & 26

Family Time and Family Events................................. 4, 9-10

BABIES & PRE-SCHOOL

Movement & Music............................................................. 13

Art and Enrichment........................................................13-14

Pre-Ballet............................................................................... 15

Child Watch/Tot Drop.......................................................... 16

Aquatics (also Gym & Swim) Class..............................19-20

Gymnastics & Sports.....................................................24-26

Family Time & Special Events......................................... 9-10

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AGE YOUTH

Art and Enrichment...............................................................14

Dance.......................................................................................14

Special Needs Programs...................................................... 15

Child Watch/Tot Drop.......................................................... 16

After School Program & Fun Club..................................... 17

Birthday Celebrations.......................................................... 15

Vacation Clubs................................................................17-18

Aquatics................................................................... 19, 21-23

Gymnastics & Sports.....................................................24-28

Family Time & Special Events......................................... 9-10

TEENS

See page 6 for weather related closing details. We will do our best to communicate storm-related delayed openings (and/or cancellations) as information becomes available to us. Here's how you can stay updated: • Make sure we have your current email address and that you are receiving our regular emails • Check top of our website for a red bar alert • Download our Rye YMCA smart phone app at the Apple or Google store and say OK to Push notifications. • "Like" us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ryeymca) • Follow us on Twitter • When in doubt, please call ahead.

Aquatics................................................................................. 23

Gymnastics............................................................................ 25

Karate and Sports................................................................ 28

Leadership, Recreation & Fitness................................29-30

American Red Cross Safety Classes............................41-42

ADULTS

Fitness..............................................................................31-36

Sports..................................................................................... 35

Aquatics...........................................................................37-38

Active Older Adults.............................................................. 39

Adult Activites.......................................................................40

Togetherhood (Volunteer)....................................................40

RYE YMCA

Family Time & Special Events......................................... 9-10

American Red Cross Safety Classes............................41-42

YMCA's Diabetes Prevention Program...............................34

21 Locust Avenue, Rye, N.Y. 10580 Phone: (914) 967-6363 Fax: (914) 967-6398 www.ryeymca.org

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA (for cancer survivors)..........34

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COMMUNITY HEALTH INITIATIVES

Mail-In Registration Form.....................................................Insert

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WE'RE HERE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

FAMILY PROGRAMS are about giving families the opportunities to deepen

relationships, develop new skills and interests, improve their health and well-being, and connect to the community.

The Y is a hub of family activity. With a family-centric program schedule and healthy activities and events for the whole family to participate in both together and independently, our Family Membership offers the greatest value for your dollars. For two adults in a household, the fee is less than 2 individual adult memberships. Included in this fee, all children in your household receive FREE memberships. See p. 5 for further details or contact Barbara Hughes, Director of Membership Services at 967-6363, ext. 102.

Family Membership Benefits include: • Priority program registration and reduced member rates for programs • A selection of free baby/toddler classes (p.13 &20) • Reduced rates in our Child Watch Program - open Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am-7:30 pm, Friday 8:30 am-2:30 pm and Saturday & Sunday, 8 am-12:30 pm • Access to all Y facilities, including two pools, Fitness Center, ExerZone, full size gymnasisum & outdoor playground • Daily family swim time • Family time in the freestyle fitness zone for children 12 and up

See more family activities & events, p. 9-10

• Family exercise fun in the interactive ExerZone • Approximately 150 free weekly exercise & indoor cycling classes - for all family members age 14 and up, plus classes just for tweens and teens • Family soft play and family basketball in our gymnasium • Family room for relaxing and playing games like air hockey and foosball together • Free participation in First Family Fridays and special events like our Cardboard Boat Regatta and more.

More Family friendly programs: • Parent/Child classes: Gym, Movement & Music, p. 13 & 26; Arts & Crafts, p. 13, Swim, p. 20 • Personal training and semi-private training, for ages 12+, p. 32 • After school group exercise for ages 11+ p. 29 • Family events and Activities, p. 9-10 Please see adjacent table of contents for programs by age.

FAMILY FIRST FRIDAYS:

A special time for your family to enjoy together. The first Friday of each month, we invite your family to join us for a special event, free to Family Members! Make sure to check under each month for that month’s event. See p. 9-10

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JOINING THE RYE YMCA Membership Types A variety of membership categories are available: Family, Adult, Young Adult, College Away (students home for break/vacation), Youth, Senior*, Senior Family and Single Parent Family. Memberships can also be put on temporary hold with certain restrictions. Contact Barbara Hughes, 967-6363 ext. 102 for details. Membership I.D. Card & Photos Members are required to check in at the Member Services Desk upon entering the facility. Members are required to have their photo taken, which is linked to their membership account. There is a $5.00 fee to replace a lost card. Methods of Payment 1) Draft Checking - Pay as you go! Your checking account is debited once per month on an on-going basis. May be cancelled with 15 days written notice to the Rye YMCA. A check or credit card for first month and joiner’s fee due at signing. (See 1st month - New Member below) Drafting is ongoing until a 15 day written notice is given. (You must have a check with you to sign up for draft checking.) 2) Annual Payment Dues (including joiner's fee) paid in full upon joining. Renewed yearly. Payment accepted via cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express). Checking-in Please be sure to check-in when you arrive at the Y. Checking in is important for security and accurate facility usage records, so that we can better serve you. We appreciate your cooperation.

The Rye YMCA reserves the right to take photos/ video of participants for brochures and marketing purposes. This association does not carry medical/accident insurance for members. Risks are assumed by the user. TYPE

Refund Policy Membership dues are not refundable. Program fees may be refunded, less a $15 processing fee. No refunds after the first week of class. (See camp application for camp refund policy.) Cancellation - Draft Payments Only You must provide a minimum of 15 days written notice and return your membership card. Termination Forms available at the Member Services Desk. When rejoining, if a membership is expired for 15 days or longer, the $100 joiner's fee will be charged. Financial Assistance The Rye YMCA offers financial assistance to anyone who cannot afford to become a member or participate in programs. This is made possible through the support of our donors and the Y's fundraising efforts held throughout the year. Financial aid applications are available at www.ryeymca.org and at the Member Services Desk upon request, and are kept confidential. Guests All guests who are not active Y members in Nationwide Membership may visit the Y up to 6 times per year for a fee: Adults/Seniors $20; Youth (17 years and younger) $5 per visit. Adults/Seniors must provide photo ID. The Rye YMCA reserves the right to limit the number of guests in the building at any given time. Guest fees can be applied to membership fees except college & youth memberships. Nationwide Membership We are proud to offer our members access to YMCA facilities across the United States that participate in Nationwide Membership. As a Rye Y member, you will now be able to use YMCAs in various locations, making it easier for you to achieve your health and wellness goals wherever you work or travel. Visit ymca.net/nationwide-membership and enter the name and zip code of your destination to find out if there is a participating YMCA in a particular location.

Membership Rates Draft-1st Month New Member

Draft On-going

Annual New Member

Renewal Rate

Youth (0-17yrs)

N/A

N/A

$ 297.50**

$ 297.50

Young Adult (18-22 yrs)

$145.75

$45.75

$ 649

$ 549

College Away

N/A

N/A

$ 397.50

$ 297.50

Adults (23+yrs)

$181.25

$ 81.25

$ 1075

$ 975

Family - 2 Adults

$236

$136

$1732

$1632

with or without children (0-17 or students up to age 23 enrolled in college living in the same household)

Single Parent Family

$188.25

$ 88.25

$1159

$ 1059

(Only 1 adult living in household with children 17 and under or students up to age 23 enrolled in college living in the same household)

Senior (62+yrs)*

$167

$ 67

$ 904

$ 804

Senior Family

$207.50

$ 107.50

$1390

$1290

The YMCA reserves the right to change membership fees with 30 days written notice to members. *To qualify for senior discount, please let us know when you turn 62! **$100 Joiner's fee waived on Youth Memberships

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION Please contact Barbara Hughes, Director of Membership Services, 967-6363, ext. 102, if you have any questions about our program registration process.

winter/spring 2018 Registration & SESSION DATES SESSION 3: JANUARY 29 - march 31 MEMBERS

Non-Member

Rollover Week

January 8-14 In person only. Aquatics needs evaluation form

Not applicable

Mail In/Drop Off Registration

January 17 before 9:00 am Must receive form (mail-in/drop off) by January 16 Processing begins at 9 am (lottery) Aquatics (other than beginners) needs evaluation form

January 19 at 7:30 am Mail-in and drop off not applicable In person only Aquatics needs evaluation form

Online Registration www.ryeymca.org

January 17 at 6:00 am See page 8 for details

January 19 at 6:00 am See page 8 for details

Members currently enrolled in a class have the option of continuing the class for the next session at the same day and time.

SESSION 4: APRIL 8 - JUNE 17 MEMBERS

Non-Member

Rollover Week

March 19-25 In person only. Aquatics needs evaluation form

Not applicable

Mail In/Drop Off Registration

March 28 before 9:00 am Must receive form (mail-in/drop off) by March 27 Processing begins at 9 am (lottery) Aquatics (other than beginners) needs evaluation form

March 30 at 7:30 am Mail-in and drop off not applicable In person only Aquatics needs evaluation form

Online Registration www.ryeymca.org

March 28 at 6:00 am See page 8 for details

March 30 at 6:00 am See page 8 for details

Members currently enrolled in a class have the option of continuing the class for the next session at the same day and time.

*please note: Fees are based on a 9 week session length. If the session length differs, fees will be adjusted upon registration. SNOW CLOSINGS/DELAYS: As always, the Rye Y will do its best to communicate storm-related delayed openings (and/or

cancellations) as information becomes available to us. Decisions will be based on timing and severity of any storm and local school delays and cancellations. Please stay informed by calling the Y prior to leaving your home or checking our website, the Rye Y app, facebook and twitter for updates. If you do not receive our regular monthly email newsletter and other email updates, please contact the Member Services Desk to make sure we have your correct email address. If you have a smart phone, we recommend that you download our free Rye YMCA app from the Apple Store or Google Play and enable push notifications. You will get an immediate notification on your smart phone in the event of a delay or closing.

PROGRAM CANCELLATION - NO REFUNDS AFTER FIRST WEEK OF CLASS

Program fees refunded only during the first week of classes, less a $15 processing fee. We reserve the right to cancel any program that fails to meet minimum enrollment requirements and issue a full refund. No make-up classes will be provided if participant cannot make the dates and times of the program for which they are scheduled.

HOLIDAY schedules - NO YOUTH CLASSES

Please note that Youth Classes (and adult 9 week registered classes) will not run on the following dates due to Holiday schedules:

February 17-23, April 1-7, and May 26-28 Child care is available for most of these dates. Please see Holiday Vacation Clubs

(p.17-18) for further information and rates. Special schedules for the pools, group exercise and the gym are in effect during these times. (Please visit the Member Services Desk or check www.ryeymca.org for these schedules.)

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION REGISTRATION Glossary of terms ROLLOVER WEEK - (In Person at Member Services Desk Only) Rollover week is for Family and Youth Members currently in a class during the current session. Evaluation forms for swimming classes must accompany the registration form when registering for the next session. (If your child moves up, days and times may have to change.) If your child remains in the same class day and time, your space will be held for you the entire week of Rollover. However, if you have not re-registered during Rollover Week, you will have lost your placement in the class for the next session. Any class offered free is NOT eligible for rollover. This applies to both Family Members and Youth Members. Anyone wishing to re-register for these classes may do so by filling out a lottery form or going online. Please note that Rollover week is not applicable when registering for summer and fall sessions. MEMBER REGISTRATION - Mail in or Online Registration is mail in/drop off or online for all classes. Members' best chance of securing a place in a class is to use online registration (when available). Online registrations begin at 6 am on day of registration. Member online registration requires a current membership at the Rye YMCA. Visit our website at www.ryeymca.org and click on the blue tab that reads “Register Online.� Aquatics, ASA and other select programs are not eligible for online registration. See details on page 8. Forms and instructions can be found in the back of this brochure. Additional copies of the registration form are available at the Member Services Desk. Mail in/drop off registrations are processed through a lottery system beginning on the first day of registration at 9 am. Forms may be dropped off or mailed beginning one month in advance of registration dates. An email will be sent to confirm your successful registration. Visit our online registration portal to check the status of your class choice at www.ryeymca.org. NON-MEMBER REGISTRATION Non-Member Registration is for Non-Members of the Y who wish to participate in a specific program or class. This registration is done in person at the Member Services Desk beginning at 7:30 am, or you may use the online registration beginning at 6 am (see page 8) on the specified Non-Member registration dates (page 6). Must register for youth aquatic classes in person only. FAMILY MEMBER FREE CLASSES Of the free classes offered to Family Members, there is a limit of two free classes per family, per session (additional fees will apply if more than two free classes are selected). Because of the popularity of these classes, free classes are not eligible for rollover. At the end of each session, you will be required to re-register for the class through Member Registration. In addition, if your child misses more than two classes in a row without notifying the Y, the child will be dropped from the class.

CHECKING-IN AT THE y Scanning your membership card is important for security and accurate facility usage records, so that we can better serve you. We appreciate your cooperation. Ask your insurance company if they reimburse part of your Y membership fees. Scanning in is required to receive this benefit.

Stay informed If you are not receiving our emails, please contact Member Services and ask them to update your email. You can also visit our website at www.ryeymca.org and sign up for our email newsletter. Download our free smart phone app at the Apple Store and Google Play and say yes to push notifications. You can also use the app to scan in at the Member Services Desk and view schedules and register for programs. "Like" us on our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and Instagram.

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program REGISTRATION ONLINE REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Register online at www.ryeymca.org

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Click on blue button entitled: "Register for Classes"

All users must create a new password the first time they use our registration system. Please sign into your account with the email address associated with your account, and click on Forgot your password? If you do not remember the email address associated with your account, click on the middle box – Find My Account.

If you have not signed in since Oct. 2016, you will need to re-set your password. Enter email address and click on Forgot your password?

Current & past members and program participants who haven't set up an online account yet, please click Find Account. Enter the last name, birthdate (MM/DD/ YYYY format), and zip code associated with your Rye Y account record and click submit to find your account.

Non-Members who have not participated in any programs, click Sign Up. Complete the information form with YOUR contact information. At the bottom of the screen, you will be able to save your nonmember record with the option of adding any additional adults or children for whom you will be registering.

If you have any difficulty signing in or registering online, please contact Member Services at 914-967-6363.

CHILDREN'S AQUATICS CLASSES ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION mail-in registration PROCEDURES for MEMBERS

(or Non-Members, who wish to become Members contingent upon availability in class) •

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Mail-in, drop off, fax or email registration forms up to one month prior to the following dates (potential members must include payment for membership and complete a membership card at the Member Services Desk and attach to registration) Session 3 Drop off by January 16, Session 4: Drop off by March 27 All registrations become part of a lottery and will be processed starting at 9:00 a.m. on January 17 and March 28. You will receive an email confirmation. Fill out Registration Form, sign and return with a separate check or money order for each class, or clearly write your American Express, Visa, Discover or MasterCard number and name where indicated on the registration form. No cash please. Children registering for Pre-School and Youth Swim Classes must include an evaluation form from their previous class, except for Water Discovery, Water Exploration A/B and Water Acclimation A/B. Please contact 967-6363, ext. 121 for an evaluation time. A separate registration form must be completed for each participant with first, second, third and fourth choices for classes. The more choices you provide, the better chance you have of getting into a class. If you want 2 or more children (max 3) to be placed in the same class(es) or times, please staple registrations together and attach a note with your request. We will do our best to accommodate your requests. Mail-In registration DOES NOT apply to After School Adventures, Red Cross Safety Training Courses, Youth Basketball League and Swim Team. Please contact Member Services for further information. Members will be notified by email which class the child is in or if child has been placed on an accommodation (wait) list. You will not be charged class fees until we have a space for your child. You can also check your child's status at our online registration portal (www.ryeymca.org - click on blue tab). If child cannot be accommodated, you will receive a full refund.

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family fun all year

GAME ROOM:

Rye Y families are encouraged to enjoy the redesigned Game Room, located next to the Child Watch room on the first floor. The Game Room is open whenever the Y is open. Come play air hockey, foosball or hang out with your family. Children 11 and under must be supervised by an adult please. (Monday-Friday, 3-6pm, closed for After-School program use)

Soft Play for family members: Supervised time

for parents to spend time with their children using available soft play equipment. Children must be 5 and under and must always be supervised by an adult. Soft play will be held most Saturdays until June 17, from 1:30pm-3:00pm. Please check open gym schedules for availability. Free for Family Members.

Family Basketball for family members: A time for families to come and have fun together. Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Please see open gym schedules for availability. Free for Family Members. Family Swim for family members: Water fun for the

entire family. Variety of times available after school and on the weekends. (Check pool schedule for days & times.) Children 9 & under, must be accompanied in the water by an adult. For children 10-11, adult may observe from the lobby. Children 12 and up may swim without an adult. Swim caps required. Free for Family Members

AQUATIC PLAYTIME for youth with Special Needs & tHEIR fAMILIES

Each Sunday from 8:45-9:25 am, the Rye Y opens its pool to children and teens with special needs. Please contact vickie@ ryeymca.org or (914) 967-6363 x108, to discuss your child's specific needs in order to prepare for the session. One adult must accompany each participant with special needs. Siblings are welcome to enjoy the swim time with their family! Sunday: 8:45-9:25 am; Free for Members and Non-Members

January

february

FIRST FAMILY FRIDAY - "family bowl - 2018"

Every 1st Friday of the month, we invite your family to join us for an evening activity with themed crafts, activities, snacks and fun. Friday, February 2, 6:30-7:30 pm Registration is required and space is limited so reserve yours today! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: FREE; Youth: $10/family; Non-Member: $20/family

Parents night out: Friday, February 16, 6:30-9:00pm Enjoy a night out while we provide a safe and fun environment for the kids! Registration is required. Questions: kellylewin@ryeymca.org Ages 3 mos-5 years: Storybook Activities: "Happy Valentine's Day, Mouse!" Located in Child Watch room and includes an age appropriate snack. Family: $20/child; Youth: $25/child; Non-Member: $40/child Grades K-6: Night at the Movies. Located in Child Care Room and includes a light dinner. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child family ski/snowboarding trip

Saturday, February 10, 9:00am-5:00pm Join us for a fun filled family adventure to Thunder Ridge Ski Resort. Families will have the opportunity to sit back and relax while we do the driving. Participants will enjoy a day of skiing and snow- boarding! Fee includes transportation, lift ticket, and equipment rental. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Registration is required Pair adult/child: $210.00; Pair + add'l child or adult (3): $300 Family of Four: $400.00

PJ Friday party

Friday, February 9, 6:30-8:30pm Ages 3-8 years (must be potty-trained) Come in your PJ’s, bring your favorite stuffed animal and slippers! Gym exploration, story, games, relays and more! Culminates in a dance party and pizza dinner is provided. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: $15/child; Youth: $20/child; Non-Member: $30/child

march

active FAMILY FRIDAY - nerf night

Friday, January 12, 6:30-7:30pm Join us for a fun filled family Friday event. Each event will have you and your family moving with exercise geared to all ages! Family participation required. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family/Youth Members: $20; Non-Member: $30 (per event/per family)

GYMNASTS NIGHT IN

Friday, January 12, 7:00-9:30pm Ages 5 & up (No experience necessary) Join us for a fun-filled evening of gymnastics, group games, open workouts and much more. Dinner included. Registration required. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

PArents night out

Friday, January 19, 6:30-9:00pm Enjoy a night out while we provide a safe and fun environment for the kids! Registration is required. Questions: kellylewin@ryeymca.org Ages 3 mos-5 years: Storybook Activities: "The Mitten" Located in Child Watch and includes an age appropriate snack. Family: $20/child; Youth: $25/child; Non-Member: $40/child Grades K-6: Dance Party. Located in Child Care Room and includes a light dinner. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

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FIRST FAMILY FRIDAY - "may the force be with you"

Every 1st Friday of the month, we invite your family to join us for an evening activity with themed crafts, activities, snacks and fun. Friday, March 2, 6:30-7:30 pm Registration is required and space is limited. so reserve yours today! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: FREE; Youth: $10/family; Non-Member: $20/family

cardboard boat regatta

Friday, March 9, 6:30pm Join our popular 5th Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta! Families are challenged to design, create and race a human-powered boat made entirely of cardboard and duct tape. Design happens at home and on March 9 families bring completed boats to the Y for judging and races. Guidelines available at the Member Services Desk. Registration required. For more information, contact: familyfun@ryeymca.org Family Members: FREE; Youth: $10/boat Non-Member: $20/boat

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family SPECIAL EVENTS march, cont. GYMNASTS NIGHT IN

Friday, March 9, 7:00-9:30pm Ages 5 & up (No experience necessary) See January 12 description. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

Parents night out:

Friday, March 16, 6:30-9:00pm Enjoy a night out while we provide a safe and fun environment for the kids! Registration is required. Questions: kellylewin@ryeymca.org Ages 3 mos-5 years: Storybook Activities: "How to Catch a Leprechaun" Located in Child Watch Room and includes an age appropriate snack. Family: $20/child; Youth: $25/child; Non-Member: $40/child Grades K-6: Chef for a Night. Located in Child Care Room and includes a light dinner. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

Family Swim Easter Egg Hunt

Sunday, March 18, 2:30-4:00pm Families will enjoy a fun filled afternoon including an Easter Egg Hunt in the Pa Cope pool followed by Arts and Crafts and light refreshments. Registration required. Questions: liz@ryeymca.org or kathy@ryeymca.org Family: FREE; Youth: $10/family; Non-Member: $20/family

may, cont. active FAMILY FRIDAY - "family feud"

Friday, May 11, 6:30-7:30pm Join us for a fun filled family Friday event. Each event will have you and your family moving with exercise geared to all ages! Family participation required. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family/Youth Members: $20; Non-Member: $30 (per event/per family)

Parents night out

Friday, May 18, 6:30-9:00pm Enjoy a night out while we provide a safe and fun environment for the kids! Registration is required. Questions: kellylewin@ryeymca.org Ages 3 mos-5 years: Storybook Activities: "Bugs, Bugs, Bugs" Located in Child Watch Room and includes an age appropriate snack. Family: $20/child; Youth: $25/child; Non-Member: $40/child Grades K-6: STEM Activities. Located in Child Care Room and includes a light dinner. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

GYMNASTS NIGHT IN

Friday, May 18, 7:00-9:30pm Ages 5 & up (No experience necessary) See January 12 description. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

june

april Parents night out

Friday, April 20, 6:30-9:00pm Enjoy a night out while we provide a safe and fun environment for the kids! Registration is required. Questions: kellylewin@ryeymca.org Ages 3 mos-5 years: Storybook Activities: "Butterfly, Butterfly" Located in Child Watch room and includes an age appropriate snack. Family: $20/child; Youth: $25/child; Non-Member: $40/child Grades K-6: Karaoke Night Located in Child Care Room and includes a light dinner. Family: $25/child; Youth: $35/child; Non-Member: $50/child

Rye derby & healthy kids day

Sunday, April 29, 10:30am-1:00pm A fun and active day for the whole family at the Rye Y! Runners: sign up for the 5 mile or 5K race. Families: Register for our 1 mile/walk through the streets of Rye. Registration for both races begins in April. Races and Healthy Kids Day Activities start at 10:15. Fun run starts at 12:15pm. Look for details at ryeymca.org in early April.

FIRST FAMILY FRIDAY - under the big top

Every 1st Friday of the month, we invite your family to join us for an evening activity with themed crafts, activities, snacks and fun. Friday, June 1, 6:30-7:30 pm Registration is required and space is limited. so reserve yours today! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: FREE; Youth: $10/family; Non-Member: $20/family

PJ Friday party

Friday, June 8, 6:30-8:30pm Ages 3-8 years (must be potty-trained) Come in your PJ’s, bring your favorite stuffed animal and slippers! Gym exploration, story, games, relays and more! Culminates in a dance party and pizza dinner is provided. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: $15/child; Youth: $20/child; Non-Member: $30/child

SAFETY AROUND WATER

June - Time TBA This 4-session course teaches children water safety and basic swimming skills that help reduce the risk of drowning and builds confidence in and around water. Children will work with certified water safety instructors in and outside of the pool to have a better understanding of how they can remain safe around waterfronts. Free and open to the community. Registration required.

may FIRST FAMILY FRIDAY - "cinco de mayo"

Every 1st Friday of the month, we invite your family to join us for an evening activity with themed crafts, activities, snacks and fun. Friday, May 4, 6:30-7:30 pm Registration is required and space is limited. so reserve yours today! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Family: FREE; Youth: $10/family; Non-Member: $20/family

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FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT: Nurturing the potential of every child and teen CHILDCARE Child Watch..................................... 16 Tot Drop.......................................... 16 After School Adventures............... 17 School Holiday Fun Club Days..... 18 Vacation Clubs............................... 18

EDUCATION & LEADERSHIP

SWIM, SPORTS & PLAY

Arts & Enrichment Rock Your World.............................. 13 Kiddie Crafts..................................... 13 Preschool Cooking........................... 14 Spanish Music & Movement........... 14 Hands on Art.................................... 14 STEM Mechanics.............................. 14 Chess Club........................................ 14 Kids Knit........................................... 14 Pre Ballet & Creative Movement... 15 Ballet/Jazz/Dance............................ 15 Hip Hop Dance................................. 15

Pre-school & Youth Swim Lessons 6 mos-3yrs Swim Classes............ 20 Special Needs Swim Program....... 20 Child/Parent Swim Classes.......... 20 Gym & Swim.................................... 20 Swim school -ages 3-9...........21-22 Youth & Teen Swim Lessons........ 23 Private Swim Lessons.................... 19

Leadership Development Teen Leaders Club............................ 30 Junior Leaders.................................. 30

SPORTS & PLAY Pre-School Movement & Play Baby & Me Gym.............................. 13 You & Me, - 1,2,3 Grow............... 13 Tots in Motion................................ 13 Baby Sports.................................... 26 Kick & Play Super Soccer............. 26 Baby and Me Drum........................ 13 Movin and Groovin Babies............ 13 Movin to the Beat.......................... 13

Competitive Youth Swimming Wave Ryeders SpringTeam........... 23 Spring Pre-Team............................ 23 Spring Practice Team.................... 23 Spring Inclusive Pre-Team .......... 15 Spring Inclusive Practice Team.... 15 Pre-School & Youth Sports & Gymnastics Pre-school Gymnastics..................24 Girls gymnastics team....................24 Girls progressive gymnastics........24 Boys progressive gymnastics........24 Gymnastics clinics......................... 25 Gymnast Night In........................... 25 Girls Gymnastics team tryouts.... 25 Team Gymnastic Dance ............... 25 Pre-school Sports.......................... 26 Super Soccer Stars........................ 26 Tennis.............................................. 27 Youth Basketball......................27-28 Youth Soccer.................................. 27 Flag Football................................... 27 Baseball........................................... 27 Lacrosse.......................................... 27 Ninja Parkour.................................. 26 Kids Yoga........................................ 28 Karate.............................................. 28 Youth Lap Swim.............................. 22 Teens Middle School Basketball League.28 Teen/Tween Pilates & Yoga......... 29 Open Soccer................................... 28 Teen Fitness................................... 29 Teen Group Personal Training...... 29 Teen Strength & Conditioning..... 29 Teen TRX Class.............................. 29 Teen Fitness Vacation Clinic........ 28 Recreation Birthday Parties............................. 17 Teen After School Drop In............ 30 Middle School Teen Nights........... 30 Ski/Snowboarding Trip.................. 30 Youth Lap Swim.............................. 22 Teen Lap Swim................................ 22

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FOR HEALTHY LIVING: Improving the nation's health and well-being FAMILY TIME

SPORTS & RECREATION

Family Membership........................... 4 Family Soft Play................................9 Family Basketball..............................9 Family Swim.......................................9 Aquatic Playtime-Special Needs....9 First Family Fridays................... 9-10 Family Activities ....................... 9-10 Parent/Child Classes....13, 20 & 26

Adult Sports Open Soccer................................... 35 Karate.............................................. 35 Basketball....................................... 35 Rye Y TRIBE.................................... 35 Triathlon Training.......................... 33

HEALTH, WELL BEING & FITNESS Getting Started Facility Orientation..................... 32 15 Min. Swim Assessment........ 32 New Member Wellness............... 32 Healthy Lifestyles Together Basic Training.............................. 32 High Intensity Interval............... 32 Pedals and Kettles...................... 33 Power Zone Training.................. 33 Small Group Wellness Classes.. 32 Small Group Training.................. 33 Diabetes Prevention Program... 34 LIVESTRONG at the YMCA....... 34 Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program........ 35 Nutrition Seminars..................... 35 Blood Pressure Screenings........ 39 Group Exercise Classes.............. 36 Wainwright Classes.................... 36 Older/Active Adults.................... 39 Enhance Fitness.......................... 39 Adult Activities........................... 40 Personal Fitness Personal Training........................ 32 One on One Pilates/Yoga.......... 33 MELT Strength............................. 33 Private Swim Lessons................. 38 Aqua Personal Training.............. 37 Water Activities Aquatic Group Exercise.............. 37 Adult Swim Instruction.............. 38 Endurance Swim Program.......... 38 Fit & Fast Freestyle.................... 38

FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: Giving back and providing support to our neighbors COMMUNITY HEALTH Diabetes Prevention Program.......34 LIVESTRONG at the YMCA...........34 American Red Cross Classes..41-42 First Aid...........................................41 CPR...................................................41 Lifeguard Classes............................42

VOLUNTEER Togetherhood..................................40

GIVING Y Cares.............................................46

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caregiver & child: 6 months - 4 years early childhood progressive programs

**********Parent/Adult Participation is required for all classes on this page*********** Baby and Me Drum Class with armelle

Ages 12 months - 4 years Introduces babies and toddlers to instrument playing (the drum). This class is designed to promote listening skills, rhythm and motor skills, as well as eye/ hand coordination. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Friday: 9:40-10:20am Family: $152, Youth: $165, Non-Member: $198

ROCK YOUR WORLD Music Program with Armelle

FREE WITH FAMILY MEMBERSHIP Rollover not permitted for these classes Baby & Me Gym Class

Ages 6-18 months (Non-Walkers/Barely Walking Only) Introduces non-walking or barely walking babies to gross motor and language skills through the use of soft play equipment, music and circle time. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Monday: 9:15-9:55 am Tuesday: 9:45-10:25 am Family: FREE; Youth: $143; Non-Member: $183

Ages 9 months -4 years Join us for a non-stop, fun filled and creative music class. Armelle will introduce music from all over the world as you and your child dance, sing and play instruments including the tambourine, maracas, bodhran, ceremonial Native American drum, spoons, washboards and more! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org

You & Me-1,2,3, Grow

Monday Ages 9-24 months Ages 2-4 years:

9:25-10:05 am 10:20-11:00 am

Thursday Ages 9-24 months Ages 2-4 years

Ages 1-2 (Walking Toddlers Only) Monday: 10:00-10:40am Wednesday: 9:15-9:55am

9:30-10:10 am 10:15-10:55 am

Family: $152; Youth: $165; Non-Member: $198

Movin & groovin babies with dawny dew

(Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Rd., Rye) Ages 9-24 months Features interactive songs, finger play, puppets, felt board, parachute, bubbles and instruments. Designed to promote listening skills, language development, rhythm and motor skills. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Friday: 9:30-10:10 am Family: $167; Youth: $183; Non-Member: $216

Movin to the Beat wITH dawny dew

A free play experience using soft play equipment, music, circle time, bubbles and parachutes. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Ages 1-3 Saturday: 10:15-10:55 am

Ages 2-3 Tuesday: 11:00-11:40 am Wednesday: 10:30-11:10 am Family: FREE; Youth: $143; Non-Member: $183

TotS in Motion

Ages 27 months - 3 1/2 yrs. A free play experience that promotes listening and fine motor skills, such as balance, eye-hand coordination, jumping, galloping, etc. Children under 27 mos. will be allowed at instructor's discretion. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Thursday:

9:15-9:55 am 11:00-11:40 am

Family: FREE; Youth: $143; Non-Member: $183

(Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Rd., Rye) Ages 2-4 years - with parent/adult A combination of interactive songs and creative movement designed to promote language development, listening skills and imagination. Uses instruments, rhythm sticks, bubbles, scarves, balloons, and other surprises. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Friday: 10:15-10:55 am

KIDDIE Crafts

Family: $167; Youth: $183; Non-Member: $216

Class I - Ages 12 months - 24 months Introduction to color, textures and shapes while using various materials. Tuesday: 10:00-10:40 am

SPORTS & FITNESS with Caregiver Ages 12-36 months, see page 25 for details.

Ages 12 mos. - 4 yrs. Explore painting, sewing, puppet making, print making, collage and sculpture while fostering your child’s early development. Art can positively impact a child’s emotional and social life and can help him/her develop fine motor skills, improve language and build self confidence. Maximum enrollment 12. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org

Family: $152; Youth: $165; Non-Member: $198

Class II - Ages 2-4

Explore new mediums while creating unique and seasonal crafts. Tuesday: 11:00-11:40 am Family: $152; Youth: $165; Non-Member: $198

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INDEPENDENT CHILD: 3-12 YEARS OLD CREATIVE ARTS AND HUMANITIES

AGES 5-12

AGES 3-6

chess club

Pre-school Cooking Club

Ages 3-5 You're never too young to learn the basics of cooking and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Your pre-schooler will enjoy getting their hands dirty and learning along the way. This creative class includes storytelling components. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Wednesday 11:00-11:40am Family: $152; Youth: $165; Non-Member: $198

spanish music & movement for kids

Ages 3-6 Learn Spanish through music and dance! Kids will receive a delightful introduction to the Spanish language while also having fun doing it. They will learn basic words and phrases that include colors, numbers, animal names, and body parts while playing games, singing, and dancing. Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org Ages 3-4 Tuesday: 9:55-10:40 am

Ages 5-12 This instructional and social class is designed for participants to learn chess, make friends, and discover a higher level of analytic reasoning and problem solving skills that will last a lifetime. No experience necessary. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Beginner Tuesday: Intermediate/Advanced Wednesday:

5:30-6:30 pm 5:00-6:00 pm

Family: $192; Youth: $203; Non-Member: $232

HANDS ON ART

Ages 6-11 This program will focus on a different aspect of art each week. Students will enjoy a variety of media, including. but not limited to. sculpting, painting, collage, duct tape and origami. No experience necessary. Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Wednesday: 4:15-5:15 pm Family $239; Youth $261; Non-Member: $313

Ages 5-6 Wednesday: 3:15-4:00 pm

stem mechanics

Family: $124; Youth: $143; Non-Member: $200

pre-ballet & creative movement

Ages 3-5 years Focuses on basics of ballet - positions, rhythm, coordination and motor skills - through games and creative exercises. Monday: (Wainwright Yoga Center-260 Stuyvesant Ave., Rye) 1:00-1:45 pm Tuesday: (Main Wainwright House, 260 Stuyvesant Ave., Rye ) 10:45-11:30 am Friday: (Rye Arts Center, 51 Milton Rd., Rye) 11:00-11:45 am Family: $137; Youth: $147; Non-Member: $177

Ages 6-12 This program will focus on basic design elements, fun play and real skills and development in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). Children will learn to utilize electronics, engineering techniques, problem solving, and much more! Questions: kathy@ryeymca.org Tuesday: 4:30-5:30pm Family: $239; Youth: $261; Non-Member: $313

BALLET/JAZZ/DANCE SAMPLER

Ages 5-7 Students learn basic ballet/jazz positions, hip hop and creative movement. The class offers a wide range of styles and tons of fun! Ballet shoes are optional. Wednesday: 4:00-4:45 pm (Main Wainwright House, 260 Stuyvesant Ave., Rye ) Friday: 3:45-4:30 pm (Rye YMCA) Family: $137; Youth: $147; Non-Member: $177

HIP hop dance

Ages 5-7 (Wainwright Yoga Center-260 Stuyvesant Ave., Rye) Learn the latest hip hop dance moves! Wednesday: 4:45-5:30 pm Family: $137; Youth: $147; Non-Member: $177

DANCE MIX

Ages 7-9 (Rye YMCA) Enjoy four types of dance: Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop and Contemporary Dance in an hour long class. Thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm Family: $160; Youth: $172; Non-Member: $206

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SPECIAL NEEDS

NO ONLINE

Learn, grow, thrive

REGISTRATION

SUPER SWIMMING STARS Super Swimming Stars is a unique program created exclusively for children with physical and developmental disabilities. With a maximum of two children per instructor, this program aims to meet the safety and swim development of each participant. Class will meet once a week for thirty minutes, and small class ratios will ensure that each class is designed specifically to meet the needs of each child. Swim check required prior to registration to assess most appropriate class time. Call Vickie @ 967-6363, x108 to schedule appointment prior to registration. Please see page 20 for details

PRIVATE Swim for Youth with Special Needs Caring instructors will offer private lessons that incorporate water safety, swim technique, and confidence building. Please fill out a private lesson request form and address any specific special needs child has and any accommodations that should be made for the lesson.

Membership Required: $50 per half hour, 4 sessions: $194, 6 sessions: $276, 8 sessions: $353

AQUATIC PLAYTIME for youth with Special Needs & tHEIR fAMILIES

Sundays from 8:45-9:25 am, the Rye Y opens its pool to children and teens with special needs. Please contact Vickie Tsakmakis, Aquatics/Safety Director at vickie@ryeymca.org or (914) 9676363 x108, to discuss your child's specific needs in order to prepare for the session. One adult must accompany each participant with special needs in the water. Siblings are welcome to enjoy the swim time with their family! Sunday: 8:45-9:25 am FREE for Members and Non-Members

wave ryeders SPRING PRE-TEAM (inclusive) Ages 5-9 - Membership Required -See page 23 for details Tuesday & Thursday: 3:30-4:15pm

Wave Ryeders SPRING Practice Team (INCLUSIVE) Ages 10-17 - Membership Required - See page 23 for details Tuesday & Thursday: 4:20-5:20 pm

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birthday celebrations • Reservations for parties can be made no earlier than exactly two months prior to the requested date. (Example - if you want October 15, you can start booking August 15) • Reservations in person only. Please call first to check availability. • The Rye YMCA reserves the right to pre-book the space for other Y functions. • $15 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations. • There is a 1/2 hour set-up time allowed for all parties. All parties are held in the Multipurpose Room (MPR).

exerzone party: Ages 6 & up Saturday or Sunday: 3:00-5:00 pm Host your next birthday party with a fitness twist in the Rye Y’s state-of-the art ExerZone. Parties feature 75 minutes of fun activities, games and competitions coordinated by Rye Y staff, followed by 45 minutes celebrating in our Multipurpose Room. Experience the ExerZone where Fitness meets technology. (Hosts may enter MPR at 3:45 pm to set up.) Questions: diana@ryeymca.org Member: $376 for parties up to 15 children. Non-Member: $438 for parties up to 15 children (Additional fee of $20 per child up to a MAXIMUM CAPACITY of 20 children in the ExerZone) ZUMBA dance PARTY: Ages 6 & up (including adults!)

Sunday: 1:30-3:00 pm (First hour is in Group Ex studio with instructor and last 1/2 hour in Multipurpose Rm. ) Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music-dance themes that tone and sculpt the body. (Hosts may enter MPR at 2:00 pm to set up) Questions: diana@ryeymca.org (20 Maximum) Member: $283; Non-Member: $335

SPORTS partY: Children ages 5 & up

Sunday: 5:00-6:30 pm You can customize your party based on the age and sport theme. Choices include baseball, t-ball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, floor hockey, flag football, kickball, dodgeball, relay races, nerf gun, or a combination of sports to maximize the fun. Activities will be based upon your preference and the age of the birthday child. First hour is in gymnasium with youth sports instructor and last 1/2 hour in Multipurpose Room. (Hosts may enter MPR at 5:30 pm to set-up.) Questions: melissa@ryeymca.org (20 Children Maximum) Members Only: $285

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CHILD CARE

NO ONLINE

DAYS & HOURS OF OPERATION

REGISTRATION

NURTURING & SAFE

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

child watch

8:30am - 7:30 pm 8:30 am - 2:30 pm 8:00 am-12:30 pm

Ages 3 months - 11 years Our Child Watch program is a babysitting service designed to provide a safe, fun environment for children while parents/ guardians use the facility, or step out in town. To ensure the best supervision and safety for your child, the Rye Y maintains a staff ratio of 1:5 with at least two staff members present at all times.

Policies:

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

In order to utilize Child Watch, members must purchase a punch card at the Member Services Desk (Session Reg. Card, Child Watch Card, or Tot Drop Card - see below) Reservations can be made a week in advance: if you need ongoing care please consider a session registration card. Reservations can be made up until the time Child Watch closes on the day before services are desired . Walk-ins are welcome, however we may not be able to accommodate your child due to availability/ capacity. We strongly encourage you to be prompt when dropping off and picking up your child. A fifteen minute grace period is occasionally permitted due to special circumstances. After such time (15 minutes w/o notification) you will be charged an additional half hour which will be taken off your account. If someone other the person dropping off your child is to pick them up, please leave note detailing the arrangements. The individual must have a photo ID. This procedure will ensure your child's safety.

CHILD WATCH CARD: for individuals with family or adult memberships. Under no circumstance are members permitted to leave the facility while using service/card. 1 hour

3 hours

5 hours

10 hours

20 hours

50 hours

Family Member $5

$15

$25

$50

$100

$250

Adult Member

$21

$35

$70

$140

$350

$7

TOT DROP CARD: for individuals with family or adult memberships.

When using this service, members are able to go offsite. Family Member $7

$21

$70

$140

$350

Adult Member

$28.50 $47.50 $95

$190

$475

$9.50

$35

SESSION REGISTRATION CARDS: the following card falls within the current program session. This rate is for members who would like to secure care in advance based on 1, 2, or 3 hour increments over a nine week session (up to 5 days available). Upon purchasing your session registration card, you must pick consistent days of the week during the session. 1 day

2 day

3 days

4 days

5 days

CHILD WATCH SESSION: FAMILY/ADULT 1 hour

$ 45/$63

$90/$126

$135/$189

$180/$252

$225/$315

2 hours

$ 90/$126

$180/$252

$270/$378

$360/$504

$450/$630

3 hours

$135/$189

$270/$378

$305/$567

$440/$756

$575/$945

TOT DROP SESSION: FAMILY/ADULT 1 hour

$ 63/$85.50

$126/$171

$189/$256.50 $25/$342

$315/$427.50

2 hours

$126/$171

$252/$342

$378/$513

$630/$855

3 hours

$189/$256.50

$378/$513

$567/$669.50 $756/$1026

$504/$684

Children under the age of 12 must be under direct supervision of an adult in all areas of the facility or enrolled in a supervised YMCA program activity.

$945/$1282.50

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AFTER SCHOOL

FRIENDSHIPS AND FUN after school adventures (ASA)

Grade K - 6; September 5, 2017 - June 21, 2018 The Rye Y will provide bus transportation for ASA from Rye City elementary schools and Parsons, Daniel Warren, F.E. Bellows, and Resurrection schools. The ASA program schedule follows the Rye City School Calendar. Children will be picked up according to their school's release times (including early release days). Our afterschool program focuses on nurturing each child in a safe and fun environment - including aspects of STEAM programming woven throughout. Students are engaged in activites including, but not limited to: arts and crafts, outdoor play, yoga, sports and homework assistance. Tuition payable on a monthly basis.

VACATION club & fun club days Fun club DAYS: School vacation days

Jan. 15, Feb. 16 March 30 & April 16

vacation club: Week long fun! February 19-23 and April 2-6 Grades K - 6 - Time: 9:00 - 4:00 pm Extended Care AVAILABLE (Must register. No walk-ins accepted) Option A: 8:00 am - 9:00 am - $10/day Option B: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm - $20/day

Member

Non-Member

ASA 5 – DAYS

$518

$596

Activities include sports, games, swimming, arts & crafts, nature,science, STEAM and special events. Please bring lunch. Children swim on scheduled days during the week. Registered participants will receive the schedule via email. Children with medication must have medical forms completed and submitted prior to the program. Registration is on-going until week prior to start date. Space is limited. NO WALK-INS ACCEPTED!

ASA 4 – DAYS

$478

$552

ASA 3 – DAYS

$417

$481

Members & ASA participants: $76/day; Non-Members: $92/day

2017/18 Monthly Rates for ASA

Enrollment begins on April 2, 2018 for current ASA families. Registration for new families starts May 1, 2018 For more information, please contact Kelly Lewin at 914-967-6363 x116 or kellylewin@ryeymca.org

Summer Camp Registration starts: Jan. 3 for returning campers/siblings Jan. 10 for all campers Details at www.ryeycamp.org

*With a YMCA Membership you are also eligible for a 50% discount on many classes including swimming offered during ASA program hours, whereby Y staff will escort your child to/ from registered activities. Please remember the Rye Y offers financial assistance to qualified families. important notice: ASA, Fun Club Days and Vacation Clubs require registration and medical form completion. Also for full day programs, please pack a lunch, swim cap and towel for your child.

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specialty vACATION clubs safe and active fun

basketball vacation club: february 19-23 soccer vacation club: april 2-6

Advance registration required for all fun clubs. AM & PM care avaiable.

Ages 5-11 Half day: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or Full day: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Instructors will focus on skill development and fundamentals as well as game play. Children will be grouped according to age and skill level. Children swim on scheduled days during the week. Registered participants will receive the full schedule via email. Please bring a snack, lunch and swim suit for full day camp. AM and PM extended care available. Registration is on-going until week prior to start date.

Half Day: Family: $64/day; Youth: $74/day; Non-Member: $116/day Full Day: Family: $84/day; Youth: $96/day; Non-Member: $133/day

gymnastics vacation club february 19-23 & april 2-6

Ages 5 & up Half day: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm or Full day: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Join us for gymnastics skills, drills, tumbling, and open workouts. Children swim on scheduled days during the week. Registered participants will receive the full schedule via email. Full day campers will also participate in arts & crafts, group games and children's fitness. Please bring a snack, lunch and swim suit for full day camps. Registration is on-going until week prior to start date. AM and PM extended care available.

Half Day: Family: $64/day; Youth: $74/day; Non-Member: $116/day Full Day: Family: $84/day; Youth: $96/day; Non-Member: $133/day

STEAM vacation club: april 2-6 Ages 6-11 9:00 am-4:00 pm STEAM vacation club prepares today’s youth for tomorrow’s world. Participants will be challenged to question, explore, plan, discover, analyze, and understand the world through the lenses of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Participants will also have free swim on a daily basis. Registered participants will receive the full schedule via email. Please bring snack, lunch and swim suit. Registration is on-going until week prior to start date. AM and PM extended care available. Family: $75/day; Youth: $85/day; Non-Member: $100/day

teen travel vacation club: february 19-23 & April 2-6

NEW!

Grades 5-9 Join us as we travel to different daily excursions including museums, aquariums, paintball and indoor fun! Teens will be chaperoned by our professional team of Teen Staff. Fees include transportation, admission, rentals if needed. Daily schedule will be published in December. Parents/ guardians will need to sign a waiver for some trips. Please bring a snack and lunch each day unless specified. Registration is ongoing until week prior to start date. Family $130/day; Youth $140/day; Non-Member $155/day

teen ski/snowboarding trip: January 15 - Grades 5-9 - See page 30 for details. teen fitness VACATION clinic: February 19-23 - Ages 12-16 - See page 29 for details. Register online unless otherwise indicated at www.ryeymca.org - Click on "Register For Classes" or register on our mobile app The Y: We're for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility

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STRONG SWIMMERS, CONFIDENT KIDS Many have learned to swim at the Y, but drowning still poses a considerable risk for youth and adults. Swim Lessons Keep People Safe. At the Y, we believe that swimming is a life skill. Because of our reach and long history with aquatic programs, the Y is in a unique position to help bridge the gap in the delivery of swim lessons and water safety education in the United States. Our swim lesson curriculum begins with basic swimming readiness skills and, as results are achieved, progresses to stroke introduction, refinement, and technique. This approach provides students with a solid foundation for refining their swimming skills as they progress through the stages of the program. Emphasizing Water Safety The program includes information and instruction not only in swimming skills and keeping students active and engaged but also in water and personal safety. The importance of asking permission to get into the water is emphasized with parents, students, and instructors at every lesson. Safety topics address issues that affect the day to day lives of students and their families.

88% of children drown under some type of supervision and 60% do so within 10 feet of safety.

• Swim Starters are parent child lessons. Stages include: Discovery and Exploration. • Swim Basics are beginner level classes focusing on recommended skills for all to have around water. Stages include:

Acclimation, Movement, and Stamina.

• Swim Strokes focus on skills to support a healthy lifestyle. Stages include: Introduction, Development and Mechanics. • Pathways are specialized tracks such as competition and leadership.

CHILDREN'S private swim lessons

One-on-one instruction starting at age 3 (all swimming abilities).  Each lesson is 1/2 hour in length. Membership Required: $50 per half hour, 4 sessions: $194; 6 sessions: $289; 8 sessions; $353

semi-private lessonS (maximum two participants of similar age and ability)

Please note that you must provide the second participant Membership Required: $39 per half hour per person. 4 sessions: $147 per person; 6 sessions: $216 per person; 8 sessions: $282 per person Private and semi-private lessons: You must cancel 8 hours in advance or you will be charged for the session. If one member of a semi-private lesson does not attend the lesson, the other participant MUST purchase a private swim lesson ticket. Tickets are non-refundable and good for 6 months from date of purchase. Sessions may be purchased through Member Services or if you prefer, you can put a credit card on file and per your authorization we will charge the card. SCHOOL VACATION PRIVATE SWIM SERIES: Monday, Feb. 19 - Friday, Feb. 23 Monday, April 2- Friday, April 6 Choose 4 days/times (Contact Liz@ryeymca.org to coordinate) Sign up for swim lessons during winter break. Consistent instructor available. Member: $194 (4 half-hour sessions)

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SWIM SCHOOL

(ages 6 months -3 years)

NO ONLINE

REGISTRATION

SWIM STARTERS: 30 Minutes CLASS

AGE

MON

Discovery*

6-18 mos.

Exploration A*

19-30 mos.

Exploration B (parent optional)

28 mos3 yrs.

TUES

WED

THURS

10:00am

10:00am

FRI

MAIL-IN OR DROP OFF REGISTRATION ONLY!

SAT

SUN

8:30am

10:00am

11:00am

Discovery and Exploration A not eligible for Rollover

1:05pm 10:05am 1:05pm 3:35pm 3:35pm 1:55pm 10:40am 1:55pm 3:35pm 11:15am 3:35pm *Parent in water participation required ADDITIONAL OPTIONS LISTED UNDER GYM AND SWIM Discovery and Exploration A - Family: FREE; Youth: $145; Non-Member: $248 Exploration B - Family: $138; Youth: $180; Non-Member: $290

9:30am 10:30am 11:00am 10:00am

11:30am

1:55pm

GYM AND SWIM: 30 Minute Gym, Followed by Swim CLASS

AGE

G/S Exploration A*

19-30 mos

TUES

WED

THURS

SAT

10:00am

10:00am

8:30am 9:00am

G/S Acclimation

3-5

10:30am

9:45am

G/S Movement

3-5

10:30am

9:45am

G/S Stamina

3-5

10:30am

9:45am

G/S Introduction A

3-5

10:30am

9:45am

G/S Exploration A - Family: FREE; Youth: $201; Non-Member: $305 G/S Acclimation/Movement/Stamina/Introduction A: Family: $146; Youth: $201; Non-Member: $305

SPECIAL NEEDS (Not eligible for Rollover) CLASS

AGE

Super Swim Beginner

3-6

11:30am

Super Swim Beginner

7-12

12:00pm

Super Swim Intermediate

3-6

12:30pm

Super Swim Intermediate

7-12

1:00pm

3-6

1:30pm

Super Swim Advanced

PRIVATE Swim for Youth with Special Needs

SUN

Super Swim 7-12 11:00am Advanced Family: $138; Youth: $180; Non-Member: $290

Caring instructors will offer private lessons that incorporate water safety, swim technique, and confidence building. Please fill out a private lesson request form and address any specific special needs child has and any accommodations that should be made for the lesson. Membership Required: $50 per half hour, 4 sessions: $194; 6 sessions: $276; 8 sessions; $353

DOES YOUR CHILD HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS? Please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your child with additional assistance. Please contact Vickie at ext. 108, or email vickie@ryeymca.org to discuss options when registering for swim classes

For more information about Rye Y's swim program, please contact Vickie Tsakmakis, Senior Director of Aquatics/Safety: vickie@ryeymca or Liz Koenig, Assistant Director of Aquatics/Safety: liz@ryeymca.org

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SWIM school

NO ONLINE

REGISTRATION

SWIM BASICS: 45 Minutes - ages 3-9

MAIL-IN OR DROP OFF REGISTRATION ONLY!

CLASS

AGE

MON

TUES

WED

THURS

FRI

SAT

Acclimation A

3-5

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

10:00am 3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 3:30pm 4:20pm

10:30am 11:20am 12:10pm 1:50pm

Acclimation B

6-9

3:30pm

4:20pm

12:10pm

Movement A

3-5

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

10:00am 3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 3:30pm 4:20pm

10:30am 11:20am 12:10pm 1:50pm

Movement B

6-9

4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

1:00pm 1:50pm

Stamina A

3-5

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

10:00am 3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 1:50pm 3:30pm

3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 3:30pm 4:20pm

10:30am 11:20am 12:10pm

Stamina B

6-9

4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

3:30pm 5:10pm

1:00pm

4:20pm

No make-up classes

Family: $138; Youth: $180; Non-Member: $290 (Fee based on a 9 week session. Will be adjusted if scheduled class range differs.)

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SWIM school

NO ONLINE

REGISTRATION

MAIL-IN OR DROP OFF REGISTRATION ONLY!

SWIM STROKES: 45 Minutes - ages 3-9 CLASS

AGE

MON

TUES

WED

THURS

FRI

SAT

Introduction A

3-5

1:00pm 3:30pm 5:10pm

10:00am 3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 3:30pm

3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 3:30pm 4:20pm

10:30am 11:20am 12:10pm 1:50pm

Introduction B

6-9

4:20pm 5:10pm

3:30pm 4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

5:10pm

3:30pm 4:20pm

1:00pm 1:50pm

Development

6-9

3:30pm 4:20pm

3:30pm 4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

3:30pm 4:20pm 5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

1:00pm 1:50pm

Mechanics

6-9

3:30pm 4:20pm

5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

5:10pm

4:20pm 5:10pm

1:00pm 1:50pm

No make-up classes

Family: $138; Youth: $180; Non-Member: $290 (Fee based on a 9 week session. Will be adjusted if scheduled class range differs.)

youth lap swim

Ages 10-12 - Brookside Pool Must be able to swim laps. See pool schedule for specific times. Parent must be present and observe from the lobby.

teen lap swim

Ages 13-15 - Brookside Pool Must be able to swim laps. See pool schedule for specific times.

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swim school & swim team

NO ONLINE

REGISTRATION

PATHWAYS: 45 Minutes - Ages 10-16 CLASS

AGE

MON

FRI

SAT

Beginner

10-16

5:10pm

Intermediate

10-16

3:30pm

3:30pm

12:10pm 1:50pm

Advanced

10-16

3:30pm

3:30pm 5:10pm

1:00pm

12:10pm

SWIM TEST FOR ROWERS

Does your rowing team/club require a swim test? Please contact Liz at (914) 967-6363 x121 or Vickie@ryeymca.org to schedule an appointment. Must bring testing sheet (provided by school or rowing club) on the date of appointment. Member: $5; Non-Member: $10

Family: $138; Youth: $180; Non-Member: $290 (Fee based on a 9 week session. Will be adjusted if scheduled class range differs.)

WAVE RYEDERS spring conditioning swim TEAM

Wave Ryeders spring Practice Team (INCLUSIVE)

This is a tremendous opportunity for swimmers to stay in shape and prepare for summer swimming. Additional time spent in the water only enhances a swimmer’s performance and preparation going into the next season of competitive swimming, so please consider taking advantage of this special opportunity. Once we reach maximum registration, we will not take additional swimmers. This applies to both current and new swimmers. Please note, as a new swimmer of the spring conditioning team, you will still be required to tryout for the 2018 competitive swim team in the fall.

This is an opportunity for swimmers who have basic knowledge and ability in all four strokes and will feature extensive stroke work to help improve all four strokes and advance the swimmer’s level of endurance. Partcipation in Grand Prix swim meets is OPTIONAL. Tryouts are required prior to registering. See tryout schedule. Tryouts: March 27 & 29: 5:15-6:15pm Practice Schedule: Tuesday & Thursday: 4:20-5:20pm

April 9 - June 15 Ages 5-18 - Membership Required The Rye YMCA Wave Ryeders is offering a Spring Conditioning Swim Team for current Wave Ryeder swimmers, and for qualified newcomers as space allows.

TRYOUT IS REQUIRED FOR NEW SWIMMERS! Tryouts will be held on the following days/times: March 27 & 29: 6:15-7:15 pm Practice Schedule: April 9 - June 15 10 & Under – Monday-Thursday – 6:00-7:00 pm 11 & Older – "Monday-Thursday – 7:00-8:00 pm Current Swimmers: $510 per swimmer ($462 for siblings) NEW Swimmers (Members): $530 (No sibling discount) NEW Swimmers (Non-Member): $615 (No sibling discount)

wave ryeders spring PRE-TEAM (inclusive)

April 9 - June 15 Ages 5-9 - Membership Required Developmental in nature, the pre-team is a bridge between YMCA swim lessons and the Wave Ryeders Swim Team. This inclusive program is designed for swimmers ages 5-9 years, with and without special needs to learn alongside one another. Special accommodations, including separate tryouts can be made for children with special needs. The focus is on practicing lap swimming with instructions in a variety of strokes and techniques. Participants will focus on learning and fine tuning skills in order to become a more competitive swimmer. Participants should be able to swim 25 continuous yards with rotary breathing and 25 yards continuous basic backstroke. Optional inter/intra squad swim meets will be held. Tryouts required before registering: March 27 & 29: 5:15-6:15 pm Practice Schedule: Tuesday & Thursday - 3:30-4:15 pm Family: $244; Youth: $258; Non-Member: $292 The Rye Y's swim team promotes fun, camaraderie, new skills, physical fitness, and positive values that extend beyond the swimming environment.

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Ages 10-17 Membership Required Season starts September 13, 2017, Ends March 1, 2018 This inclusive program is designed for 10-17 year-old children with and without special needs to learn together. Special accommodations, including separate tryouts, will be made for children with special needs.

Family: $318; Youth: $335; Non-Member: $382

4 WEEK STROKE CLINICS: MARCH 7 - APRIL 7 YOUTH FREESTYLE/BACKSTROKE

Ages 7-10 or Ages 11-17 This stroke clinic is geared towards competitive age-group swimmers with basic knowledge of, and ability in, freestyle and backstroke. The clinic will feature extensive stroke technique instruction in freestyle and backstroke, as well as stroke specific turns. Proper mechanics, increased efficiency and speed is emphasized. In water evaluation is required for class placement. Please call the Aquatics Department, x108, to schedule an evaluation. Prerequisites: Prior swim team experience is strongly advised. Participants should have basic knowledge of, and ability in, freestyle, backstroke and should be familiar with swimming turns. Please wear competitive swimsuit, goggles and swim cap. Ages 7-10 Tuesday: 3:30 - 4:15 pm Ages 11-17 Tuesday: 4:20 - 5:05 pm Family: $126; Youth: $148; Non-Member: $166

YOUTH BREASTSTROKE/BUTTERFLY

Ages 7-10 or Ages 11-17 This stroke clinic is geared towards competitive age-group swimmers with strong knowledge of and ability in breaststroke and butterfly. The clinic will feature extensive stroke technique instruction in breaststroke and butterfly, as well as stroke specific turns. Proper mechanics and increased efficiency is emphasized to achieve greater speed and reduce opportunities for injury. Prerequisites: IN WATER EVALUATION IS REQUIRED AND MUST BE SCHEDULED WITH THE AQUATICS DEPARTMENT (EXT. 108). Prior competitive swim team experience is strongly advised. Participants should have knowledge of, and ability in, breast- stroke and butterfly and should be familiar with swimming turns. Please wear competitive swimsuit, goggles and swim cap. Ages 7-10: Thursday: 3:30 - 4:15 pm Ages 11-17: Thursday: 4:20 - 5:05 pm Family $126; Youth: $148; Non-Member: $166 The Y: We're for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility

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Gymnastics

NEW CHALLENGES AND SKILLS Questions: kayla@ryeymca.org or melissa@ryeymca.org

beginners: Ages 2-5

PROGRESSIVE GYMNASTICS AGES 5 AND UP

TWISTING TIKES

Girls Progressive Gymnastics

Monday: 1:00-1:40 pm (Without parent, must be potty-trained; no pull-ups)

Ages 5-8

Ages 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 An introduction to the sport of gymnastics! Learn the fundamentals necessary for vault, bars, beam, and floor with a focus on balance, movement, and hand-eye coordination in a fun and safe environment (Instructor/Child ratio 1:5).

Friday: 10:45-11:25 am (With parent, potty-trained not required) Family: $134; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $191

Learn progressive gymnastics skills on each individual apparatus, including balance beam, uneven bars, floor exercise, and vault (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:7). All lead instructors are USA Gymnastics Safety Certified and trained in Infant Child CPR.

ROLLERS:

Beginner Monday: 3:30-4:30 pm Saturday: 11:00am-12:00 pm

SWINGERS: Intermediate

Must be able to perform forward roll and backward roll on the floor Ages 5-6 Wednesday: 5:00-6:00 pm Saturday: 11:00am-12:00 pm Ages 7 & up

Wednesday: 6:00-7:00 pm

KIPPERS

Advanced Must be able to perform bridge, cartwheel, handstand on the floor Ages 5-6 Friday: 3:30-4:30 pm Ages 7 & up

Friday: 4:30-5:30 pm Saturday: 12:00-1:00 pm

FLYERS I & II Older Advanced

Must be able to perform bridge kick over, handstand to a bridge, handstand-forward roll on floor. Ages 8 & Up Tues: 6:30-7:30pm Family: $191; Youth: $210; Non-Member: $263

TUMBLE TOTS

Ages 3 1/2 - 4 1/2 Learn basic movement, group dynamics, and beginning gymnastics (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:5). Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Friday:

1:45-2:25 pm 1:00-1:40 pm 1:00-1:40 pm 10:00-10:40 am or 1:00-1:40 pm

Family: $134; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $191

GYM TOTS

Ages 4-5 Introduction to YMCA progressive gymnastics program. Classes include movement, exploration, balance and confidence. Children introduced to bars, beams, vault, and tumbling (Instructor/Child Ratio 1:5).

Boys Progressive Gymnastics

Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Thursday: Friday:

twisters:

11:00-11:40 am 1:45-2:25 pm 1:45-2:25 pm 1:00-1:40 pm 1:45-2:25 pm

Family: $134; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $191

Introduction to the sport of men’s gymnastics, including vault, bars, rings, and floor exercise. Develop strength and confidence useful to any sport. All Levels No Gymnastics Experience necessary Ages 5 & Up Saturday: 12:00-1:00 pm Family: $191; Youth: $210; Non-Member: $263

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Gymnastics

skill development Questions: kayla@ryeymca.org or melissa@ryeymca.org

TryoutS - 2018-2019 season

SATURDAY CLINICS Roundoff Clinic - Ages 4 & Up

Saturday, February3: 1:15-2:30pm Learn the true fundamentals of a round off. Our experienced coaches will break it down and help each gymnast perfect their round off - even on the balance beam. Beginner to advanced. Family/Youth: $30; Non-Member: $40

The tryout is for NEW gymnasts interested in being part of: Girls pre-team - ages 5-9 Girls team - Level 3-8 Excel Competitive Team - ages 7 & up Talent Group - ages 8 and up 2017-18 members are not required to try-out; they will be evaluated at the end of the season. For more information, please contact: melissa@ryeymca.org. Tryouts held: Thursday, August 2, 2017: 4:30-5:30pm

Back Handspring Clinic - Ages 5 & Up

Saturday, April 15: 1:15-2:30pm The clinic will cover backward rolls, back extensions, back walkovers and back handsprings. Beginner to advanced. We will even take these skills to the balance beam! Family/Youth: $30; Non-Member: $40

GYMNAST NIGHT IN

Ages 5 and up (No experience necessary) Join us for a fun-filled evening of gymnastics, group games, open workouts and much more. Dinner included. Registration required. Fridays: January 12, March 9, May 18: 7:00-9:30 pm

Family: $25; Youth: $35; Non-Member: $50 (each evening - registration required)

GYMNASTICS CLINIC

Ages 6 and up May 29-June 21 Registration will begin in May In depth coaching of all 4 Olympic events plus a focus on tumbling using the Tumbl Trak and mini trampoline. This clinic is excellent for current and future gymnastics team members. Gymnastics experience necessary. Monday: 4:30-6:30pm Tuesday: 3:30-5:30pm Thursday: 3:30-5:30 pm Family: $275; Youth: $351; Non-Member: $401

team gymnastic dance technique Open to the Gymnastic Team - Members only. Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm Family/Youth Members: $90 per session

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YOUTH SPORTS: progressive programs

caregiver & child/Independent child & Ages 2-5 See pages 27 & 28 for ages 4-7 and 7 and up

CAREGIVER/CHILD PROGRAMS kick & play SUPER Soccer Stars

Caregiver with child - ages 12-24 months A pre-soccer and movement program specifically designed for toddlers. Experienced instructors and puppet friends, Mimi & Pepe, take you and your little one through a world of exciting physical activity. Individual attention, positive reinforcement and engaging original music help to develop pre-soccer skills that will have your toddler learning to balance, run, kick and play - all while having a blast! Thursday: 9:15-9:55 am Family: $255; Youth: $296; Non-Member: $375

Multi – Sports

A great way to introduce your child to a wide range of sports: basketball, soccer, tee-ball, football, kickball and floor hockey. Classes consist of developmentally appropriate drills, obstacles and games in a fun and engaging environment! Ages 3-4 Thursday: 10:45-11:30 am Friday: 10:30-11:15 am Family: $129; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $185 Ages 4-5 Monday: Monday: Friday:

9:30 – 10:30 am 1:15-2:15 pm 1:15-2:15 pm

Ages 5-7 Tuesday 3:30-4:30 pm Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

Double Play

Can't pick a favorite sport? You do not need to in double play. Participants will enjoy learning the fundamentals and practicing skills in not one, but two sports! Ages 3-4 Tuesday: 10:30-11:15 am Family: $129; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $185

BABY SPORTS

Ages 2-3 An introduction to sports in a free play setting. Parents/caregivers are required to stay and play with their children as they explore the world of sports for the first time. Tuesday: 9:30-10:15 am Friday: 9:30-10:15 am Family: $129; Youth: $140 Non-Member; $185

Ages 4-5 Tuesday: Wednesday:

1:15-2:15 pm 9:30-10:30 am

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

T-BALL & FLOOR HOCKEY

Children will learn to play T-ball and floor hockey in a fun and encouraging environment using drills, obstacles and game-play. Ages 3-4:

Monday: 10:30-11:15 am

Family: $125; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $180

SUPER Soccer Stars

Ages 2-5 Positive reinforcement is used to teach children soccer skills in a fun, engaging, educational environment. Our age specific curriculum is designed by a combination of early childhood, behavioral, soccer specialists to ensure that each child is learning, building selfconfidence, and having a blast from the time the whistle blows! Age 2 Sunday: 10:30-11:10 am Thursday: 10:00-10:40 am See p. 27 for Ages 3 to younger 4 Ages 5-7 Sunday: 11:35 am-12:20 pm Wednesday: 1:15 - 2:00 pm Ages older 4 to 5: Sunday: 10:30-11:20 am

Ages 4-5:

Thursday: 1:15-2:15 pm

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

NINJA PARKOUR

Ages 3-5 This class combines the best from gymnastics and tumbling with the freedom of individual creativity. Students will learn tumbling and flipping skills, balance, coordination and being able to make quick decisions while creatively moving from point A to point B through various obstacle courses. Wednesday: 1:45pm- 2:25pm Family: $134; Youth: $144; Non-Member: $191

Family: $255; Youth: $296; Non-Member: $375

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YOUTH SPORTS: progressive programs independent child: ages 4-7 Tennis

Ages 4-6 This program will introduce children to the game of tennis in a fun and rewarding way. All fundamental strokes will be taught as well as fundamentals of the sport. This program will focus on gross motor skills, coordination, judgment, basic stroke mechanics, and having fun! Racquets will be provided but children are welcome to bring their own from home.

Double Play

Each class participants will focus on two different sports. New skills and drills will be practiced as participants progress. Game play will become longer as the children become more experienced in the sport. Ages 5-7 Tuesday: 10:30-11:15 am

Wednesday: 10:30-11:30am (ages 4-5) Thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm (ages 5-6)

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

Positive reinforcement is used to teach children soccer skills in a fun, engaging, educational environment. Our age specific curriculum is designed by a combination of early childhood, behavioral, soccer specialists to ensure that each child is learning, building selfconfidence, and having a blast from the time the whistle blows! Ages 5-7 Friday: 3:30-4:30 pm Sunday: 11:35 am-12:35 pm

SUPER Soccer Stars

LACROSSE

Ages 4-6 This class focuses on the basic beginner skills of lacrosse. These skills will include: scooping, passing, catching, cradling and shooting. The class provides a foundation for children's growth and enjoyment in the game of lacrosse. Class held in gymnasium. Friday: Saturday:

Family: $255; Youth: $296; Non-Member: $375

4:30-5:30 pm 12:45-1:45 pm

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

OUTDOOR SPORTS BASKETBALL This class focuses on the basic skills of dribbling, shooting and passing in a structured class setting. Provides a foundation for growth and the opportunity to further the enjoyment of basketball. Ages 5-7 Monday: 3:30-4:30 pm or 6:00-7:00 pm Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm See p. 28 for Saturday: 11:30 am-12:30 pm ages 8-11 Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ages 5-7 An instructional class for GIRLS ONLY. This class will focus on beginner basketball skills including dribbling, passing and shooting. This girls only class will allow class participants to learn and play in a comfortable, inviting setting. Tuesday: 5:00-6:00 pm Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

The classes below take place at the Midland School, Midland Avenue, Rye Session 4 only: April 8-June 17 In a structured class setting, participants will receive individual attention, positive reinforcement and develop soccer, football or baseball skills. These skills will lead up to game playing - all while having a blast!

YOUTH SOCCER - Session 4 Only Ages 5-7 - Midland School Focused on the basic soccer skills of dribbling, shooting and goal tending. Tuesday: 3:30-4:30 pm Family: $129; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $182

FLAG FOOTBALL - Session 4 Only

Ages 5-7 - Midland School Focuses on basic flag football skills such as passing, blocking, kicking and running. Wednesday: 3:30-4:30 pm Family: $129; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $182

PRE-KARATE

Ages 5-7 Younger participants receive an orientation to karate training habits. Thursday: 6:00-6:45 pm Saturday: 10:00-10:45 am Saturday: 10:50-11:35 am

See p. 28 for ages 8-15

baseball - Session 4 Only Ages 5-7 - Midland School Focuses on the basic baseball skills of hitting and fielding. Thursday: 3:30-4:30 pm: Family: $129; Youth: $140; Non-Member: $182

Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

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YOUTH/TEEN SPORTS: PROGRESSIVE PROGRAMS INDEPENDENT CHILD: AGES 7 & UP AND TEENS Kids Yoga "Young Yogis"

Ages 6-10 Learn to relax your mind, focus, and pose your way to a healthier you! With fun activities, peer interaction and plenty of moving, we'll stretch and grow our way to becoming a strong and mindful Yogi. Wednesday: 4:30pm- 5:30pm Family: $192; Youth: $203; Non-Member: $232

YOUTH/TEEN karate

Ages 8-15 (or younger with a green belt or higher) USA GOJU style karate taught by a black belt instructor. Courses designed to enhance self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-discipline. Participants will develop their style and skills progressions. Thursday: 7:00-8:30 pm Saturday: 11:40 am-1:10 pm Family: $154; Youth: $179; Non-Member: $231

BASKETBALL

Ages 8-11 Basketball drills and fun for beginners to intermediate, including effective practice ideas for footwork, ball handling, and shooting. Monday: 4:45-5:45 pm Wednesday: 4:45-5:45 pm Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

PRE KARATE (AGES 5-7) - PAGE 27 ADULT KARATE - PAGE 35 OPEN SOCCER

Ages 14-18 - Registration Required. Open soccer time for high school age students. Friday: 8:30-10:00 pm Member: Free; Non-Member: $53/session

MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Grades 6-8 For Middle School students only. The league is a great way to improve skills for middle school basketball teams. Each league night involves 30 minutes of instruction from our coaching staff on the fundamentals of offense, defense and teamwork. The last 30 minutes of the class will be devoted to game action and we will keep standings throughout the session. The coaches will break the group into teams and participants will have the opportunity to play games. No special requests for teammates. Wednesday: 6:00-7:00 pm Family: $140; Youth: $157; Non-Member: $200

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TEEN FITNESS T achieving better health TOGETHER T E teen Personal Training E E E N N S F I T N T E E S E S N S The Teen Fitness Passport Card and Teen Fitness Center Usage

The Fitness Center is available to Teens 15+ years. Teens 14 years old who complete one of the pre-requisites described below are given a waiver to this rule, called the Teen Passport Card. This card allows those 14 year olds to: • Use the Fitness Center on their own Sunday through Saturday 3:00 pm-5:00 pm • Use the Fitness Center with an accompanying adult (21+) at any other time In order to earn their own Teen Passport Card, teens must complete one of the following, guaranteeing their competence, adherence to safety and knowledge of equipment. • Teen Strength and Conditioning • Summer Teen Fitness Camp (any 1 week session qualifies for Passport Card) • 10 (30 minute) One-on-One Personal Training sessions. Purchase a 5 (one hour) Personal Training package at the Member Services Desk, and fill out a Trainer request form in the Fitness Center. •10 (one hour) Semi-Private Personal Training sessions. Each participant purchases a 10 (one hour) semi-private personal training package at the Member Services Desk, and the pair fills out a Trainer request form in the Fitness Center.

Teen TRX

NEW!

Ages 11-15 Participants will learn how to use TRX equipment to leverage their own body weight to move better and increase durability. This fun and safe class is ideal for teens of all abilities, including athletes. Monday: 3:30-4:15pm

Family: $93; Youth: $102; Non-Member: $124

FEBRUARY VACATION CLINIC February 19-23

Ages 11-15

Our four day clinic includes four hours each day of fun and fitness including agility, cardio, games, strength, conditioning and instructional swim. After completing the clinic, 14 year old participants are eligible for a Teen Passport Card to use the Fitness Center. 9:30 am -12:00 pm Family: $144; Youth: $191; Non-Member: $242

MIDDLE SCHOOL BASKETBALL leagueSee page 28

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Great coaching -- fun workout programs -- results that you want!!

PERSONAL TRAINING Members 12 & up

See page 33 for details

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Semi-Private Personal Training Members 12 & up - See page 33 for details

TEEN small GROUP TRAINING

Members 12 & up - Big results happen with your friends! Groups of 3-5 teens can sign up for group personal training, and schedule the training sessions to fit the group's schedule. Participants will be matched up with a trainer, and will schedule their group workouts at times when all are available. Get a group together and train anywhere from 6 times a week for one week, one time a week for 6 weeks, or any other combination that helps your group achieve its goals! All sessions are scheduled prior to the first group workout. 6 (45 minute sessions) Member: $120; 12 (45 minute sessions) Member: $230; Payments for all participants due in full at time of registration. Please note: All group workouts are 45-minutes long. There are no make up group workouts. If a participant of the group does not show up, they lose that workout. All group workouts must be completed within 6 months.

Teen STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

Ages 11-15 Under the supervision of a certified personal trainer, teen athletes will develop correct form while exercising, build strength and improve endurance off the court and fields.

The emphasis is on safety and learning a healthy lifestyle. Upon completion of this class, students will be completely confident and comfortable with the Fitness Center and 14 year olds will qualify for a Teen Fitness Passport Card (see adjacent box). Tuesday & Thursday: 3:30-4:15pm

Family: $196; Youth: $205; Non-Member: $268

tween/TEEN PILATES & yoga

Ages 11-15 Develop strength, flexibility and coordination of mind, body and spirit. Learn breathing and relaxation techniques to help with daily stresses. Monday: 3:45-4:30pm Family: $93; Youth: $102; Non-Member: $124

classes FREE TO MEMBERS Teen ages 14+ can join any of our group ex or indoor cycling classes. There are dozens of weekly after-school, evening and weekend options. View schedules on our app, website or at the Y.

NINJA ZONE with j.t.

Ages 11+ Increase your fitness while having fun in the ExerZone. The focus will be on speed, agility and coordination. Monday: 4:30-5:15 FREE to Members

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TEEN LEADERSHIP, TEEN NIGHTS & AFTER SCHOOL growing future leaders

leaders club - Grades 9-12 One of the best ways to get those volunteer hours some schools require for high school graduation! Our Leaders Clubs meet once a week and are run by a group of elected teens with supervision from a Y Teen Advisor. This small group of teens serves as ambassadors of the Rye Y while promoting ideals of social responsibility, leadership and service to others. Leaders participate in weekly meetings, community events, regional teen rallies, and fundraising efforts. This club is free. If interested, please email: kathy@ryeymca.org FREE. Registration required.

junior leaders - Grades 6 – 8

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REGISTRATION This leadership group is designed for middle school students who want to make a positive impact in the Rye community, meet new friends and participate in a variety of service projects. The Junior Leaders meet weekly to plan and participate in meaningful and fulfilling activities, while introducing students to the ideals of social responsibility, leadership and community service. If interested, email: kathy@ryeymca.org FREE. Registration required.

SECOND SATURDAYS

Grades 6-8 Ends May 2018 The 2nd Saturday of each month, the Y is open just to middle schoolers from 7-10pm for an evening of fun, food, competitions and games. Second Saturdays are supervised by our professional Rye Y staff. For detailed schedule of events for each month, see our Member Services Desk or email: kathy@ryeymca.org Registration required. Family/Youth Member: Free (except special events*) Non-Member: $5 (special events: $10)

START THINKING SUMMER!

Rye Y summer teen programs include Adventure Camp, Teen Fitness Camp, Leaders in Training and Counselors in Training. Visit ryeycamp.org for details!

TEEN SKI/ SNOWBOARDING TRIP

Grades 5-9 Join us on your school vacation day for a fun filled adventure to Thunder Ridge Ski Resort. Participants will enjoy a day of skiing/ snowboarding plus lunch! Fee includes transportation, lift ticket, equipment rental, plus lunch. Monday, January 15: 9:00am- 5:00pm Family/ Youth Member: $130; Non-Member: $155

TEEN DROP-IN

Grades 6-12 Weekdays from 2:30-6:00 pm (January-June) while Rye City school is in session. During Teen Drop-in, middle and high schoolers have access to a variety of options such as: the gym, pool, ExerZone, group exercise classes, the Freestyle Fitness Zone and the Fitness Center (note the Fitness Center is for those age 15+. Ages 14 can gain access via a Teen Passport – see page 29 for details). Please refer to pool, gym, ExerZone and group exercise schedules for teen options. Additionally, this service is available during early dismissal for all middle and high schools in the area. A teen access card is required and can be obtained at the Member Services Desk. Family/Youth Member: Free; Non-Member: $5

TEEN travel vacation club

Grades 5-9 - Feb. 19-23 & April 2-6 See p. 18 for details

NEW!

For easy check-in and access to Y schedules, download our smart phone app for iphones and droids! You can now register for programs with the app. Search for RYE YMCA at the Apple store or Google Play.

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tools for health & WELLNEss wellness/FITNESS CENTER

Ages 15 & up Our Fitness Center is equipped with cardiovascular machines, free weights, circuit machines and stability balls. Our staff will instruct you on proper use of the equipment and facility. An orientation for both the cardiovascular and resistance equipment is included with your membership and is strongly encouraged. Please stop by the Fitness Center to make an appointment. FITNESS center HOURS are the SAME as Facility Hours.

POOLS

The 6 lane Brookside Pool (80-82 degrees) and the warmer 4 lane Pa Cope Pool (85-87 degrees) are available for member lap swim, swim instruction and aqua exercise classes.

FREESTYLE FITNESS ZONE

Ages 12 & up Our Freestyle Fitness Zone is located on the first floor and features a NexerSys interactive cardio machine, TRX equipment, medicine balls, ropes and kettlebells for those who want to try “functional” exercises designed to mimic real life movements. Members use their own weight bearing ability to get into the “zone” of a vigorous workout that includes cardio, endurance, flexibility and strength. FREESTYLE FITNESS ZONE HOURS are the SAME as Facility Hours.

GYMNASIUM

The full size gymnasium is available for adult basketball & soccer as well as youth gymnastics, and sports. A gym schedule with open gym times is available at www.ryeymca.org or at the Member Services Desk.

GROUP EXERCISE - Ages 14 & up

The Group Exercise Studio is the site of dozens of classes (included in membership) ranging from Yoga to Pilates to Zumba.

WAINWRIGHT HOUSE - Ages 14 & up

Rye Y Members can enjoy additional free group classes at the Wainwright House Yoga Center at 260 Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye. Classes are held in a renovated carriage house with ample parking.

INDOOR CYCLING Ages 14 & up Daily classes (included in membership) are held in the indoor cycling studio. EXERZONE

Ages 11 & up (Age 5-10 with adult) ExerZone combines fitness with technology for a fun, fast-paced workout experience. The interactive equipment provides people of all ages and conditioning with a variety of physical, social and cognitive benefits. View the schedule online or at the Member Services Desk to view open times and classes, included in your membership.

HEALTH/MEDICAL RECOMMENDATIONS:

For your own safety, we recommend that you consult with a physician prior to enrolling in an exercise class if one of the following applies to you: female over 45 years old, male over 34 years old, smoker over the age of 30, personal or family history of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes or other chronic illness, have had recent surgery, or limited by any musculoskeletal problem. The YMCA reserves the right to require a physician’s approval for participation in any activity.

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getting started & PERSONAL/SMALL GROUP TRAINING support to achieve greater wellbeing

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fitness & aquatics ORIENTATION

Ages 16+ Are you a new member or an established member of the Rye Y who wants to know more about the Fitness Center, our pools or learn more about our health and wellness and swim classes? As part of your membership benefits, you are invited to schedule a free orientation. Appointments can be scheduled at your convenience by calling the designated director. Orientations take less than 30 minutes and will be tailored to your needs and interests. Fitness Center: 914-967-6363 Laura Laura x205 Group Wellness: Diana Vita x211 Aquatics: Vickie Tsakmakis x108

NEW MEMBER PERSONAL TRAINING PROMOTION Ages 12+ You’ve joined the Y. You’ve made yourself a commitment to an active and healthy lifestyle. It all begins with knowing where to start. New Members are eligible for a very special first timers personal training package.

Within 60 days of joining, you can purchase a 3-pack of 30 minute sessions with one of our personal trainers. Special price: $99 for 3 half-hour sessions. (Value $126) Please call Laura Laura at 914-967-6363 x205

PERSONAL TRAINING

Members only - 12 & up We offer customized workout programs for ALL fitness levels. Purchase tickets at the Member Services Desk. Certified Personal Trainers are available to design and instruct an exercise program to suit your individual goals and needs. Additional fee required. (Sessions are good for 6 months after purchase and are not refundable. Membership required. You must cancel 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for the session.) One Hour Personal Training (May not be split into 1/2 hour sessions) 1 session $ 81 5 sessions $386 3 sessions $237 10 sessions $752 45 Minute Personal Training 1 session: $ 67 5 sessions: 3 sessions: $196 10 sessions:

$319 $618

Half Hour Personal Training 1 session $ 44 3 sessions $126

$205 $399

5 sessions 10 sessions

semi-private personal training

Members only - 12 & up Please note that you must provide the second participant Personal training for two participants simultaneously. Perfect for two friends with similar goals, two busy teen friends who want to earn their Teen Fitness Passport but have no after school time, or two senior exercise pals who want to learn more. Each session is one hour. (Sessions are good for 6 months after purchase and are not refundable. Membership required. You must cancel 24 hours in advance or you will be charged for the session. Fees are per participant.)

15 MINUTE SWIM ASSESSMENTS

Not sure how your stroke is doing or what you should be focusing on during your workout in the pool? Have a swim coach do a 15 minute assessment of your swimming and discuss different ideas and helpful hints that can improve your workout. Members are limited to 2 free assessments a year. Please contact Liz Koenig at x121 or liz@ryeymca.org

1 session: $49 per person 3 sessions: $142 per person

5 sessions: $231 per person 10 sessions: $452 per person

Call Diana Vita at x211 to schedule a trainer

SMALL GROUP workouts - Informal Groups (Members ONLY)

Ages 12 & up Groups of 3-5 people can sign up for group personal training, and schedule the training sessions to fit the group's schedule. Members will be matched up with a trainer, and will schedule their group workouts at times when all are available. Get a group together and train anywhere from 6 times a week for one week, one time a week for 6 weeks, or any other combination that helps your group achieve its goals! All sessions are scheduled prior to the first group workout. 6 (45 minute sessions) Group Workouts: $120 per person; 12 (45 minute sessions) Group Workouts: $230 per person Payment for all participants due in full at time of registration

Please note: All group workouts are 45 minutes long. There are no make up group workouts. If a participant of the group does not show up, they lose that workout. All group workouts must be completed within 6 months.

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small, SUPPORTIVE CLASSES

extra support TO MEET YOUR GOALS POWER zone training for indoor cycling

Ages 16+ Individualized training on our Stages bikes, featuring power meters. You will complete a Functional Threshold test on the 1st day of this 90 minute class to determine the power you generate while cylincg. Your coach will analyze this data to create specific goals for each class participant. Data will be uploaded to a web based training program so you can monitor your progress every week. (8-18 participants) Tuesday: 9:00-10:30am

BASIC TRAINING

Ages 16+ Foundations of strength training with resistance exercises using free weights and your own body weight. Build overall strength and endurance. All levels welcome. (8-12 participants) Morning times: Monday: 10:30-11:15am Wednesday: 10:30-11:15am Friday 10:30-11:15am

Afternoon times: Monday: 12:30-1:15pm Wednesday 12:30-1:15pm

Member: $175; Non-Member: $227

Member: $93 per class; add $93 for each additional class Non-Member: $108 per class; add $108 for each additional class

EARLY MORNING Boot Camp

Evening two day class: Tuesday & Thursday: 7:30 -8:15pm

Ages 16+ Experience high-intensity, full-body workouts that target the major muscle groups of the upper & lower body. From circuit-style routines that jump-start cardio fitness, to creative muscle-toning exercises using dumbbells, exercise bands, or even the participant’s body weight, each class brings its own unique challenges. (8-12 participants) Monday and Wednesday: 5:30 – 6:15am Member: $175; Non-Member: $227

Melt method

NEW!

Ages 16+ The MELT method is a self-treatment technique that helps prevent pain, heal injury, and erase the negative effects of aging and active living. MELT will use specialized soft body rollers and small MELT hand and foot balls to simulate the results of manual therapy. Reduce inflammation, ease chronic neck and low back strain, improve alignment, and learn how to keep your whole body working better. Sunday: 9:30-10:30am Member: $108; Non-Member: $155

TRIATHLON Training

Our triathlon skills class is geared for all levels of triathletes. Improve your skills and build your fitness to prepare for the 2018 triathlon season. You will be working with cycling instructors and experienced triathletes in a structured setting designed to hone your skills and technique while building your training base. This class balances technique and training sessions in cycling and running with a series of workshops to improve your knowledge of the sport. ***Participants are encouraged to register for the Endurance Swim Training class that follows immediately at 8pm on Tuesday & Thursday. – See page 38 for more details. Meets twice a week. Tuesdays and Thursdays: 7:00-8:00pm

Member: $175; Non-Member: $227

NEW!

pedals & kettles

Ages 16+ A creative and fun total body workout combining a 30 minute indoor cycling class and a 20 minute kettlebell/bodyweight workout. Great for all levels looking to build endurance and tone up! (8-12 participants) Tuesday: 1:00-2:00pm Member: $108; Non-Member: $155

HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING

Ages 16+ Designed for people who are looking for intensity and challenge; this class offers vigorous moves that will build both strength and endurance. The full body routines will keep you constantly moving, gaining endurance and burning calories. Not recommended for beginners. (8-12 participants) Daytime classes Monday: 9:30 – 10:30 am Tuesday: 9:30 – 10:30am Thursday: 9:30 – 10:30am Saturday 8:30 – 9:30am

Evening classes Monday: 7:30-8:30 pm Wednesday: 8:00-8:45 pm

Member: $108 per class; add $108 for each additional class Non-Member: $155 per class; add $155 for each additional class

Member: $245; Non-Member: $345

RYE Y TRIBE info, see page 35 PLEASE NOTE: Small group training classes are not interchangeable and there are no makeups

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COMMUNITY HEALTH

achieving wellness goals together LIVESTRONG AT THE YMCA ALUMNI CLASS

LIVESTRONG AT THE YMCA

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a FREE twelve-week, small group program designed for adult cancer survivors. Our goal is to help participants build muscle mass and muscle strength, increase flexibility and endurance and improve functional ability. Additional goals include reducing the severity of therapy side effects, preventing unwanted weight changes and improving energy levels and self esteem. A final goal of the program is to assist participants in developing their own physical fitness program so they can continue to practice a healthy lifestyle, not only as part of their recovery, but as a way of life. In addition to the physical benefits, the program provides participants a supportive environment and a feeling of community with their fellow survivors, Y staff and members. Y fitness instructors work with each participant to fit the program to their individual needs. The instructors are trained in the elements of cancer, post rehab exercise and supportive cancer care. Classes are held weekdays with daytime and evening classes. Contact Elana Reynolds at 967-6363, ext. 206, elana@ryeymca.org for more information or visit www.ryeymca.org January 8 - March 26: Mondays & Wednesdays: 6:15-7:30pm or Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1:15-2:30pm February 26 - May 14: Mondays & Wednesdays: 1:15-2:30pm or Tuesdays & Thursdays: 6:15-7:30pm

LIVESTRONG at the YMCA alumni classes will provide past participants the opportunity to catch up with former LIVESTRONG at the YMCA classmates while meeting new ones. You’ll continue the physical activity program you began during your LIVESTRONG at the YMCA class and experience new options and opportunities each month. The classes will be guided by your LIVESTRONG at the YMCA instructors as well as other practitioners and professionals who specialize in working with cancer survivors. Mondays at 7:30 pm ExerZone 2nd and 4th Monday throughout the session Tuesdays at 2 pm Group Ex Studio 1st and 3rd Tuesday throughout session

April 9-June 25: Mondays & Wednesdays: 6:15-7:30pm Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1:15-2:30pm

Members: $10* or $5 drop in class Non-member: $25* or $10 drop in class Non-members: $100 / unlimited alumni class pass

FREE - Rye YMCA Membership not required.

*9 week session

(Our LIVESTRONG at the YMCA program is supported by donor contributions)

Register online. Elana Reynolds at 967-6363, ext. 206, elana@ryeymca.org

YMCA DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM YOU CAN TAKE CONTROL - Ages 18+

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Are you at risk? The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps those at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes reduce their risk through healthy eating, increased physical activity and weight loss – an approach that has been proven to prevent or delay the onset of the disease by more than half. In a classroom setting, a trained lifestyle coach will help you change your lifestyle by learning about healthy eating, physical activity and other behavior changes over the course of 16 one-hour sessions. Topics covered include nutrition, getting started with physical activity, overcoming stress, staying motivated, and more. After the initial 16 core sessions, you will meet monthly for up to a year for added support to help maintain your progress. Program Goals: • Reduce body weight by 7%

• Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week

You must be overweight and have a diagnosis of prediabetes or overweight and at high risk for developing diabetes to qualify for the program. To find out if you qualify or to register contact: Elana Reynolds, 967-6363, ext. 206 or visit www.ryeymca.org and put Diabetes Prevention in the search box. UnitedHealthcare members should check with their employer for program availability, or contact the Diabetes Prevention and Control Alliance to confirm eligibility at 1-800-237-4942. Option 1 starts April 10: Tuesdays 10:00-11:00 am Option 2 starts April 11: Wednesdays: 6:30-7:30 pm For fees, please contact elana@ryeymca.org Financial Assistance available through our Y Cares program

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COMMUNITY HEALTH & ADULT recreation HEALTH & WELLNESS

ADULT SPORTS

BLOOD PRESSURE SELF MONITORING PROGRAM

open soccer

Take Action to Improve Heart Health! The simple process of checking and recording your blood pressure at least twice a month over a period of four months has been shown to lower blood pressure in some people with hypertension. Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring is an evidence-based program that features personalized support for developing a blood pressure selfmonitoring routine, tips for maintaining cardiovascular health and nutrition education. For more information, contact Elana, ext. 206, elana@ryeymca.org Rolling enrollment. Weekly office hours Wednesday: 9am – 10:30am and Thursday: 1:30 – 3:00pm Fee: $20 $40 - Blood pressure monitor included in fee

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Ages 18 & up Must register; no drop-ins allowed The adult soccer games take place every Wednesday. Games are 5 on 5, teams are formed each week and games take place in the gymnasium. Wednesday: 8:30-10:00 pm Member: FREE; Non-Member: $80 session

karate

Ages 16 & up USA GOJU style karate, taught by a black belt instructor. Courses designed to enhance self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-discipline. Tuesday: 6:00-8:00 pm Member: FREE; Non-Member: $172 session

REGISTRATION

OPEN BASKETBALL

Times available for young adult and adult members to participate. See gym schedule for days and times.

Age 35 & Up ADULT OPEN BASKETBALL Members only. Free

THE RYE Y TRIBE

A Triathlon Team for Women Ages 18+ Come and “TRI” WITH FRIENDS. Discover the mystery and challenge of this exciting and fun three-sport event. Our all-female team of coaches is ready to educate and inspire you to achieve your goal of completing your first triathlon, or to continue training and improving in the sport. Triathlon has a place for EVERY body! We tri, and you can too! Features:

FREE NUTRITION SEMINARS

Seminars developed by a Registered Dietitian will highlight how food is related to blood pressure management and will provide you with the knowledge and skills to make heart-healthy choices. For more information, contact Elana, ext. 206, elana@ryeymca.org Third Wednesday of every month 11:30am – 12:30pm 2nd Floor Conference Room January 17: Dietary approaches to stop hypertension February 21: Reducing sodium intake March 21: Shopping, cooking, and food preparation April 18: Eating for your heart

• • • • • •

Technique Clinics Group Training Opportunities (including open water swimming) Training Plan Support of the group Team T-shirt Social events and FUN!!!!!

Registration begins February 1, 2018 INFORMATION SESSIONS: (choose one date & time): Tuesday, January 16, 2018: 10:00am OR 7:00pm Saturday, January 20: 10:00am RSVP (or questions): Contact, Diana Vita: diana@ryeymca.org Returning TRIBE participants: Member: $105; Non-Member: $160 New participants: Member: $210; Non-Member: $315

Triathlon Training Class, see page 33

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GROUP EXERCISE

FOSTERING CONNECTIONS group EXERCISE CLASSES (INCLUDED IN MEMBERSHIP)

See schedules for times and locations, available at the Member Services Desk, www.ryeymca.org or on our smart phone app. (Search for Rye YMCA in Apple App Store or Google Play). Some classes are held at Wainwright House, 260 Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye Ages 14 and up No registration necessary CARDIO KICKBOXING: A mix of martial arts and boxing moves that will bring your cardio fitness to a new level. CARDIO MIX: Cardio/Strength intervals with body weight exercises, weights, and core for a complete total body workout. CORE & WEIGHTS: A total body workout using weights and strength bar, combining interval training with core conditioning. TRX CIRCUIT: Mix of core strengthening exercises with TRX, weights and abdominal exercises. CIRCUIT MIX: Circuit training uses repetitions of different exercises that combine weight training, cardio endurance, and total body BODY, MIND, SPIRIT CLASSES AT conditioning. THE WAINWRIGHT YOGA CENTER TOTAL BODY: Interval mix with weights to give you a total body workout. 260 Stuyvesant Avenue, Rye (Included in Membership) GENTLE VINYASA YOGA: Awaken the body, mind and spirit with this Ages 14+ Schedule available at www.ryeymca.org steady, thoughtful practice that focuses on breath, proper alignment, strength, flexibility and bringing the benefits of yoga beyond the mat. PIlates: Performed on mats, stretching and isometric Moderate pace. contraction to produce a smoother, longer body ENHANCE FITNESS: Evidence based senior fitness and arthritis silhouette. management exercise program that improves your endurance strength, yoga: Hatha: traditional postures, visualization and balance and flexibility. meditation. Vinyasa (“power yoga”): Flowing, vigorous FUNCTIONAL FITNESS: This class uses every day body movements in an practice. Ashtanga: synchronizes breathing with a exercise setting. Balance and stretch are incorporated. If you are just getting progressive posture series which detoxifies muscles started, or just getting back into exercise, then this class is just for you. and organs; Gentle: Basic yoga postures, stretching for FLOW YOGA: Yoga flow focusing on alignment and core moves. all levels. Restorative: Using postures to help still and CARDIO STEP TOGETHER: 60 minutes of cardio training that uses the soothe the mind. Kundalini: An ancient form; breathstep in highly effective, athletic ways. generated. ACTIVE TOGETHER: Gives you all the training you need – cardio, strength, balance and flexibility in just one hour. BARRE: Use of moderate weights, ballet bars, and STRENGTH TRAIN TOGETHER: Blast all your muscles with a high-rep stability balls will aid in toning every inch of your weight training workout body. MINDFUL YOGA: Mindful movements with breath awareness with Yoga focusing on flexibility and body and mind strength. Classes are FREE to Rye Y Members MINDFUL YOGA FLOW: Each class is unique, created with the Wainwright Member: 10 class card (60 days)=$158; intention of grounding your practice in strength, confidence, and 20 class card (90 days)=$275 mindfulness. Class ends with a guided meditation. MORNING BOOT CAMP: Intervals with cardio, weights, and body Non-Member: Single class = $25; 5 class card: $115; weight exercises. Class mixes in toning and core intervals to give you a 10 class card (60 days)=$195; 20 class card: $347 great total body workout. Class cards must be purchased at the Rye Y. INTERVAL TONING: Interval toning with weights, abdominals, and strength for a total body workout. PILATES: Performed on mats, this exercise methodology combines stretching and isometric contraction to produce a smoother, longer body silhouette. YOGA WITH PILATES MIX: Yoga with Pilates moves mixed in. POWER HOUR: Interval cardio and weights, core exercises to strengthen and tone the body. POWER IT UP: Combines cardio, weights along with body weight exercises. POWER FLOW YOGA: Flow that transitions with a connecting Vinyasa flow. STRONG: One hour cardio/strength class where you work your entire body. It is created by ZUMBA but not a Zumba class! TONE & BURN: Mix of core intervals, weights, with cardio intervals! A great class to work the core. TAI-CHI: Practice through a series of smooth movements, this mind body form of exercise improves balance and strength. YOGA: Features stretching postures, breathing techniques and meditation designed to develop strength, flexibility and a feeling of inner peace. YOGA – CORE AND STRENGTH: Yoga that focuses on improving flexibility, strength with a mindful approach. Deep relaxation at the end of your practice leaving you energized. YOGA- VINYASA - Flowing postures for all levels. “Power yoga” YOGA – BAR – Lengthen and strengthen all your muscles. Yoga flow using techniques of repetition to tone your body! YOGA FOUNDATIONS: Basic foundations of Yoga. Learn techniques and posture. YOGA/FLOW/STRETCH: This yoga journey begins with warm ups and the active movement of sun salutations, moves through peaceful meditations and beneficial stretches and ends with healing relaxation. ZUMBA: Fusion of Latin & Int'l music featuring aerobic/fitness interval training with rhythms that tone and sculpt. ZUMBA BLAST: 30 minutes of Zumba and twenty minutes of toning with weights and core.

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WATER EXERCISE

FOSTERING CONNECTIONS

AQUATIC GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES (INCLUDED IN MEMBERSHIP) Ages 15 and up WATER STRETCH: In this 30 minute class, participants will relax and release tension throughout the body caused by daily living. Class

is performed in the shallow end of the pool and uses the warmer water to assist the muscles during stretches. Class focus is on stretching muscles, balance, and peace of mind. A series of exercises designed to stretch your muscles and relax your mind.

DEEP END WATER STRETCH: Participants wear deep water exercise belts in a warmer pool to facilitate a series of stretching. We create an opportunity to lengthen, balance and strengthen the spine, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Series begins with gentle physical movement to unwind your body, stretches continue in attempt to release tightness in the hips and low back, neck and shoulders. By working from our foundation, the spine, the end product should improve daily movement. AQUA PUMP: This 45-50 minute class focuses on using the deep water to enhance fitness of all levels. The water provides a natural resistance for your body to move against. Movements in the water increase your level of endurance and cardio strength. Participants will use noodles, barbells, and their own body weight for added resistance to help overall fitness with cardio, strength, and core. WATER AEROBICS: This 50 minute shallow water class combines movements such as jumping, moving your arms, and using a variety of exercises and equipment to improve your fitness. Water resistance is used to develop your muscle tone, flexibility, cardiovascular fitness and general well-being. Concentrating on both upper and lower body, exercises are taught at a quicker pace to burn calories and increase endurance. AQUA ZUMBA: This 45 minute energetic class features rhythmic music and dance moves to enhance fitness. In a fun, energetic environment you will be burning calories and strengthen muscles as you move along to the music!

H20 HIIT: A 45 minute class held in the shallow end, H20 HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) in the pool is a great form of cardiovascular training. HIIT involves brief bursts of very high intensity training followed by a recovery period to bring your heart rate down. Studies have shown that these intense bursts of exercise boost your metabolism and may burn more total calories than steady cardio. DEEP WATER BASICS: This class stresses the basic techniques necessary to effectively utilize the unique properties of the water to get the most from your deep water exercise class. Emphasis will be placed on posture and proper technique for a variety of exercises designed to strengthen and align your skeletal structure, build endurance, and strengthen and enhance your ability to redefine the use of your body for daily living. POWER AQUA FITNESS: Splash your way to a full body workout that emphasizes agility, strength, and endurance. Prepare for quick and powerful movements that will tone your muscles and increase your cardio! A complete head to toe workout that exercises large muscle groups, increases your heart rate and makes your lungs work harder. Member: FREE; Non-Member: N/A aqua exercise personal training:

Aquatic training offers advantages one cannot achieve on dry land, regardless of the participant's condition. By combining low-impact aerobics and strength training with the buoyancy of the water, exercisers obtain cardiovascular and muscle toning benefits without straining joints and muscles. 1/2 hour session (NEW!) Member: 1 session: $40; 3 sessions: $115; 5 sessions: $188; 10 sessions: $365 Non-Member: 1 session: $47; 3 sessions: $138; 5 sessions: $225; 10 sessions: $438 1 hour: session Member: 1 session: $79; 3 sessions: $230; 5 sessions: $375; 10 sessions: $730 Non-Member: 1 session: $94; 3 sessions: $276; 5 sessions: $450; 10 sessions: $876

All Aquatic Personal Training, private and semi-private lessons:

You must cancel 8 hours in advance or you will be charged for the session. If one member of a semi-private lesson does not attend the lesson, the other participant MUST purchase a private swim lesson ticket. Sessions are good for 6 months from date of purchase.

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ADULT SWIM INSTRUCTION & training TRANSFORM YOUR SWIMMING ADULT SWIM INSTRUCTION Have you always wanted to learn to swim or improve your strokes? JUST DO IT!!! These 9-week classes are geared to various swimming abilities. Bring swim suit, goggles and swim cap. Classes in Pa Cope Pool. Water Discovery: For the non- swimmer who wishes to conquer their fear of water. This class will help participants gain confidence in the water. Class members will learn how to put their face in the water, blow bubbles, get air, glide, kick, float, and learn the basic front crawl. As class members learn to move through the water and their comfort level grows, they may learn how to jump and float in the deep end as they are ready! Sunday: 12:00-12:45 pm Member: $174; Non-Member: $234 Beginner: For adults who are either comfortable in water and can use a basic front crawl in shallow water or have graduated from the Water Discovery Class. The class will review floating, gliding, and the basic front crawl. Over the course of the class, students will fine tune their basic front crawl and will be introduced to the elementary backstroke and backstroke. As students gain strength and confidence, swimmers will start swimming in the deep end with the instructor's support. Sunday: 12:45 - 1:30 pm

ADULT private swim lessons Ages 18 & up One on one instruction (all swimming abilities).  Each lesson is 1/2 hour in length. Lessons can be arranged back to back for a one-hour session if desired. Member: $50 per half hour, 4 sessions: $194; 6 sessions: $276; 8 sessions; $353 Non-Member (adults only): $63 per half hour, 4 sessions: $246; 6 sessions: $365; 8 sessions; $471

ADULT SEMI-private swim lessons

Ages 18 & up For two participants of similar ability. You must provide second participant. Member: $39 per half hour per person; 4 sessions: $147 6 sessions: $216; 8 sessions: $282 Non-Member: $47 per half hour per person; 4 sessions: $176; 6 sessions: $259; 8 sessions: $338

Member: $174; Non-Member: $234

ENDURANCE SWIM TRAINING

Advanced Beginner: This class is for adults who have graduated from the Beginner class or who can swim the front crawl stroke with their face in the water. This class will focus on side and rotary breathing techniques to efficiently swim freestyle. The class will also help students learn to and improve their freestyle with side breathing, backstroke, elementary backstroke in shallow and deep water. Sunday- 1:30-2:15 pm

Ages 18 and up This 9-week coached training program will include: interval training, building speed and endurance. Swimmers will be grouped according to their level and goals (fitness, swimming ability, triathlete, etc.) This program is for the swimmer who wishes to focus on efficiency and enhancing endurance in a guided practice. Prerequisites: Participants should be able to swim 200 yards (8 lengths) with ease (not speed) using rotary breathing continuously.

Member: $174; Non-Member: $234

3 day option: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 5:30-7:00 am Member: $169; Non-Member: $237*

pre-endurance swim class

For adults who can swim at least 2 continuous laps of freestyle using side or rotary breathing. Through an instructional workout with a swim instructor, participants will work on stroke technique as they build endurance. They will learn how to use pull buoys, kick boards, and various stroke technique drills as they enhance their stamina. By the end of the class, students will learn how to create their own swimming workout so they can incorporate swimming into their weekly routine. Participants may also be introduced to the open turn, the flip turn, backstroke, elementary backstroke, breast stroke, circle swimming, courteous passing, and treading water. Prerequisites: Participants should be able to swim at least 2 continuous laps of freestyle with face in the water using side breathing. 3 Day Class: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7:00-8:00am

2 day option: Tuesday & Thursday: 8:00-9:30 pm Member: $110; Non-Member $160* *Classes will not be pro-rated based on the number of days you can attend.

Members $190; Non-Member: $238 Classes will not be pro-rated based on the number of days you can attend.

PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED: The Rye Association for the Handicapped and the Rye YMCA work together to provide an adult exercise and swimming program for the physically challenged and for those with permanent physical disabilities. For more information, please contact: Rye Handicapped Association at: 914-235-5861

LAP SWIM

Ages 14 & up - Co-ed Morning, afternoon and evening hours available. Schedule available at Member Services Desk or at www.ryeymca.org Swim caps required.

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ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS

BALANCE, FLEXIBILITY & conditioning OPEN SWIM AT THE RYE Y

Free for all 62+ No membership required; must sign in at the Member Services Desk. The pool will be open for seniors in the community with 2 lanes available for lap swim, and 2 lanes available for open swim. Monday & Wednesday: 2:45-3:15 pm *Time will vary during special vacation weeks. Members: please check our pool schedule for several additional times in which the the Pa Cope pool is open for aqua jog, water walking, and water stretch.

AQUA flex AT THE RYE Y

NO ONLINE

62+ only – Co-Ed REGISTRATION A low impact water exercise routine focusing on development of core strength, balance, flexibility and coordination. Build postural muscles and healthy core, maintain muscle tone and range of motion without the harsh pounding on your joints. Monday & Friday: 11:00-11:45 am Tuesday & Thursday: 11:00-11:45 am Member: FREE* but must register; Non-Member: $84 Please note that a member will lose his/her spot after missing 2 free classes in a row without notifying instructor. NO ROLLOVER PERMITTED. Registration for Aqua Flex is by our in person lottery registration and not by online registration.

AQUA FITNESS AT THE OSBORN Ages 65+ 101 Theall Road, Rye Included in Rye Y Membership: Members intending to participate at the Osborn must first call Vickie at ext 108 at the beginning of each calendar year. Limit 45.

Water Exercise class

Water exercise set to music. Gentle stretching and moderate aerobic activity. Monday: 10:00-10:45 am Wednesday: 10:00-10:45 am Friday: 10:00-10:45 am

FREE CLASSES -AGES 62+ AT THE WAINWRIGHT House

FREE for all 62+; No membership/registration required.

GENTLE CHAIR YOGA

Stretch and flex class utilizing basic yoga, Tai-Chi, Pilates (either seated or standing). Monday: 2:00-2:45 pm Wednesday: 11:00-11:45 am Friday: 2:00-2:45 pm

TONE UP

Firm and tone with an energetic, fun class dedicated to increasing your strength and endurance. Tuesday: 1:00-1:45 pm

MOVE AND GROOVE

Enhance Fitness

Enhance Fitness is a special program designed to help older adults at all fitness levels to be more active, energized and empowered. This 16-week evidence-based exercise program has been shown to improve arthritis, strength, endurance, balance and flexibility, and is recognized by the CDC and other national organizations committed to improving the health and wellness of older adults. Work with a certified instructor for one hour, 3 days a week for 16 weeks. Enhance Fitness can benefit non-seniors as well. NO ONLINE January 8 - April 27, 2018 REGISTRATION Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 2:00-3:00pm Free to Members; Non-Members: $149 Pre-registration required. Please contact Diana Vita, x211, dianavita@ryeymca.org to begin the registration process.

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Class focuses on posture, core strength and balance. Great for all levels. Thursday: 1:00-1:45 pm

Zumba GOLD Toning

Dance to Latin and International music while toning and training muscles. Friday: 1:00-1:45 pm

FREE Blood pressure screenings Every Monday morning* a nurse from Greenwich Hospital is in residence to take your blood pressure. Monday: 9:00-11:00 am (*except national holidays) We also offer a Blood Pressure Self-Monitoring Program Please see p. 35 for details.

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adult activities LET'S GET TOGETHER! Crafty Crew

The group meets weekly to work on community or individual craft projects. Past projects include creating: hats and scarves for service men and women overseas; kids socks for a homeless shelter and chemo hats for Greenwich Hospital. What is your creative passion? Join us and help us determine future projects. Please bring knitting needles or crochet hooks -- yarn and instruction is available. For more information and to RSVP, please contact penny@ryeymca.org Child Care Room Tuesday: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Free and open to the community

Senior Health and Fitness Day Tuesday, May 29; 11:30am-3:00pm

Join us for an afternoon celebrating active older adults. Participants will learn about healthy living, encompassing the mind, body and spirit and sample fitness activities. Free and open to the community - Age 62+ Registration is required. For more information contact Diana, 914.967.6363, ext 211 or diana@ryeymca.org.

Canasta

The Deal, Melds, Wild cards..Are you ready for a game of Canasta? Come join your fellow Y members for some fun! If you don’t know how to play, we’ll teach you! For more information and to RSVP, call Penny at (914) 967-6363, ext 201 or email: penny@ryeymca.org. Thursday: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Free and open to the community

MAH JONGG

Join us for a morning of cracks, dots and bams. If you don’t know how to play, we’ll teach you! For more information and to RSVP, call Penny at (914) 967-6363, ext 201 or email: penny@ryeymca.org. Friday: 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Free and open to the community

Booked at the Y

Join our lively book group of avid readers! We meet monthly to discuss our current selection and choose the next month’s book. For more information and to RSVP, please call Penny at (914) 967-6363, ext 201 or email: penny@ryeymca.org. (No meetings in July and August) 2nd Monday of each month: 11:30 am-12:30 pm Free and open to the community

Togetherhood: make a difference in the community! Get Involved! Participate in a Togetherhood Project When: Togetherhood projects are usually 1-day events that take place 4 or 5 times throughout the year. Time Commitment: Generally 2-4 hours Minimum Age: Depends on the project Skills or Experience Required: None Join the Togetherhood Service Committee When: Year-round Minimum Age: 16 Even with the press of work and family obligations, YMCA members still feel the need to connect with their community and each other in meaningful ways.

Time Commitment: Committee meetings (6-8 per year), co-chair one project per year, participate in at least 2 projects per year, respond to e-mail communications as needed.

Togetherhood is a national Y initiative that involves members of all ages in projects that benefit the communities we serve. Togetherhood was launched at the Rye Y in May 2014.

Skills or Experience Required: None. Must go through the Y's volunteer application process.

Each year, the Togetherhood Service Committee identifies, plans and implements at least four projects. Along the way, they create friendships, build new partnerships and make a real difference outside the walls of the Y.

For more information, call Denise at 914-9676363, ext. 101 or email denise@ryeymca.org

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: GIVING BACK & PROVIDING SUPPORT TO OUR NEIGHBORS WATER SAFETY SAVES LIVES

AMERICAN RED CROSS CLASSES MAKE A DIFFERENCE Schedule will be available at the Member Services Desk or at ryeymca.org. (Click on Programs on top menu, then American Red Cross/Safety)

babysitter training

Recommended Ages 11-15 7 hours This course will help participants develop skills necessary to care for infants and children of all ages. The 5 areas of concentration are: leadership, safety and safe play, basic care, first aid and professionalism. Skills learned are: feeding and changing infants and children, dealing with emergencies and seeking baby-sitting jobs. (Maximum 10 students) Participants must attend all sessions in any one course. Family & Youth Member: $90; Non-Member: $110

CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer

6 hours This course will teach the skills needed to respond appropriately to breathing and cardiac emergencies. This includes the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) to care for a victim of cardiac arrest. Participants must attend both sessions Family & Youth: $120; Non-Member: $145

standard first aid and CPR/AED FOR THe PROFESSIONAL RESCUER

8 hours In addition to CPR/AED (see above), this course will teach participants the knowledge and skills necessary to give care in an emergency, help sustain life, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until medical help arrives. Family & Youth Member: $145; Non-Member: $160

CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer renewal 4 hours Prerequisites: Current CPR/First Aid/AED certificate. CPR must be renewed annually to maintain Lifeguard certification in New York State. Family and Youth Member: $100; Non-Member: $120

Important notice for students of American red cross courses (cpr, first aid, etc.) 1. Refunds are not given after first week of class. Registrants are subject to a 25% processing fee if: • A request for refund is submitted less than one week prior to start of class or after class begins. • If student is unable to complete prerequisite swim test. 2. No refunds for any failure due to attendance or inability to meet course requirements. 3. There are NO make up classes. Students must attend all classes. No exceptions. This is Red Cross policy.

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LIFEGUARD & waterfront lifeguarding Lifeguarding teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies at a pool setting only. Waterfront Lifeguarding teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies at both pool and non-surf waterfront settings. Both courses include content and activities to prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drownings and injuries.

LIFEGUARD PRECOURSE

This course is designed to help lifeguard candidates work on skills that are necessary to complete the lifeguard prerequisite swim tests. Participants may register for as many precourses as they like. You must register for each course separately and pay the fee per course.

Lifeguarding renewal (Pool Only) 9-16 hours

Prerequisites: 1. Minimum age of 15 by the last day of the course 2. Must have CURRENT Lifeguard certificate (must bring current certificate to the first class) 3. Must complete Lifeguard class prerequisite skills on the first day of class (listed above) Certification: • Lifeguarding (2 year certification, must renew within 2 years of completion course date) • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (1 year certificate, must be renewed within 1 year of course completion date)

Family and Youth Member: $10; Non-Member: $20

Family and Youth Member: $300; Non-Member: $350

Lifeguarding (Pool Only) 27 hours Prerequisites: 1. Minimum age of 15 by the last day of the course 2. Swim 300 yards (12 laps or 24 back & forth as a continuous swim, no stopping at the side or midway.) Demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing to the side and arms must come out of the water. Candidates may swim using the front crawl, breaststroke or a combination of both but swimming on the back or side is not allowed. Swim goggles may be used. 3. Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs. Candidates should place their hands under the armpits. 4. Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds. • Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. The face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed. • Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object. • Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on the back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object and keeping the face at or near the surface so they are able to get a breath. Candidates should not swim the distance under water. Requirements: Completion and competency of precourse skills and score 80% or better on final exam. If you do not pass the pre course testing listed above, you will receive a refund less a 25% processing fee. Pre requisite skills are tested in first class. Certification: • Lifeguarding (2 year certification, must renew within 2 years of completion course date) • CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (1 year certificate, must be renewed within 1 year of course ompletion date)

Waterfront Lifeguarding

Family and Youth Member: $400; Non-Member: $450

Minimum age 15 by the last day of the course - 32 hours (Proof of age must be brought to the first class) Prerequisite Skills: Includes all three prerequisite skills from the Lifeguard training course (see left) and in addition: 4. Swim 5 yards, submerge and retrieve three dive rings placed 5 yards apart in 4–7 feet of water, resurface and swim 5 yards to the side of the pool. If you do not pass this pre-course testing (above), you will receive a refund less a 25% processing fee. Prerequisite skills are tested in first class. Participants must attend ALL sessions in any one course. Description: This course is for those who have never taken an American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Course before, or for those who have an expired Lifeguard Training card. Prepares candidates with the necessary skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies at a pool and a waterfront environment. This course includes training in Lifeguard Skills (pool and waterfront) and First-Aid (certificate is valid for 2 years) and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer (certificate is valid for 1 year). Students must bring mask and fins to class. Participants must attend ALL sessions in any one course. Family & Youth Member: $450; Non-Member: $500

Waterfront Lifeguarding renewal and Bridge to Waterfront Lifeguarding

9-16 hours. Prerequisities: Current Lifeguarding or Waterfront Lifeguarding certificate (participants must bring current certificate to first class). Must perform all 4 Waterfront Lifeguarding prerequisite skills (see Waterfront Lifeguarding Prerequisite Skills above).This course will renew your Waterfront Lifeguarding or will bridge your Lifeguarding to Waterfront Lifeguarding. Students will receive a twoyear certification in Waterfront Lifeguarding and first aid and a one year certification in CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer. Participants must attend all sessions. Family and Youth Member: $350; Non-Member: $400

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GENERAL RULES & POLICIES Policy of Nondiscrimination:

The Rye YMCA is an inclusive organization open to all. We welcome all people regardless of ability, age, background, ethnicity/race, faith, gender, gender identity or sexual orientation. The Y believes that, in a diverse world, we are stronger when we are inclusive, when our doors are open to all and when everyone has the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive.

Membership/I.D. Access

• Members are asked to check-in every time they enter the building. Checking-in at the Member Services Desk is important for security and accurate facility usage records, so that we can better serve you. • Members must present either a valid Y membership card or photo ID upon each visit to the Y in order to check-in. • Members are required to have their picture taken, which is linked to their membership account.

Facility

• Cell phones may be used in all public areas of the YMCA, except bathrooms, locker rooms, the Fitness Center, Freestyle Fitness Zone, Cycling Room, ExerZone Group Ex studio and in program areas while in use. • Hours of Operation - The Rye YMCA is open Monday through Friday, 5:30 am to 10:00 pm; Saturday, 7:00 am to 6:30 pm; and Sunday, 8 am to 6:30 pm. All members must exit the facility within 15 minutes of closing. • Strollers are prohibited inside the building due to Fire Codes • The Rye YMCA Parking Lot is for the use of the members while they are using our facility. Vehicles must be parked in a designated parking space. Please be sure to park in between the lines of the space. Parking lot is for members only, not for use by commuters. Assisted parking attendants are available in the event there are no spaces available. Please leave keys with the parking attendants. Please be patient and respectful when using the lot. Metered municipal parking is also available across the street. • Tobacco Product-Free Environment - smoking is not permitted on the Rye YMCA premises which include but are not limited to, inside and outside the facility, the grounds, and the parking lots.

Member Code of Conduct

• The Rye YMCA is a membership organization that values caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Membership is a privilege, not a right. We expect persons using the Y to behave in a mature and responsible way and to respect the rights and dignity of others. Members and guests are encouraged to notify staff if they are made to feel uncomfortable while using the Y. The Y has the right to suspend or cancel a membership if the member’s behavior or language violates a generally accepted standard of conduct. • Registered sex offenders or persons who have been convicted of any crime involving sexual abuse are excluded from membership, employment, volunteering and program participation at the YMCA. Offenders are not allowed onto YMCA property or to loiter in the vicinity of YMCA programs and activities.

Safety

No Child Left Alone • Children under the age of 12 must be under the supervision of a parent/guardian at all times while at the Y. • While actively enrolled and engaged in a youth class, youth are supervised by Y staff. • To view our Youth Supervision/Class Pickup Safety Procedures, please visit ryeymca.org and click on About Us, Policies.

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Photography within the Rye YMCA • The Rye YMCA reserves the right to take pictures/video of participants for brochures and marketing purposes. If you prefer that you or your child not be photographed, let us know in writing. • Members or visitors may not indiscriminately use a camera within the facility. The YMCA reserves the right to ask a photographer to leave the premises. • All photographs used by the Rye YMCA will be kept in the Rye YMCA computers, cameras, files, or digital retention equipment.

Gymnasium

Open Gym/Family Gym Etiquette • To ensure a comfortable atmosphere for everyone, be courteous and respectful of others. • Whenever you use any gym equipment, return it in the condition you found it. If equipment is damaged, please notify a Y staff member. • Participants may only use the equipment that is out on the gym floor. • Please refer to the gym schedules located in the lobby or online for dates and times of open gym. • Food wrappers, water bottles, towels, or any other item should be removed from gym when you leave. • Appropriate attire must be worn at all times (sneakers only). • NO basketball playing on carpeted areas. • The Rye YMCA may amend rules at any time.

Locker Rooms (Adult/Universal/Youth)

Usage • Locations of Locker Rooms: Men's/Women's Locker Room: off of main first floor hallway. New Universal Locker Room: turn left at end of main first floor hallway. Two small Universal Locker Rooms: enter from wet corridor. Boy's/Girl's Locker Rooms are upstairs: access from Pa Cope pool viewing area. Please follow the posted rules in the locker rooms. The Men’s/ Women’s Locker Room is available for members 16 years and older. • The Y is not responsible for personal items. Secure all valuables in a locked locker. • Kit lockers are emptied out 30 days after membership termination. • You may lock your belongings in a locker while you are at the Y but you must remove the contents when you leave. We provide keyless lockers in the Men's and Women's Locker Rooms. If you bring a lock for the Universal Locker Room or Youth Locker Rooms, you must remove the lock and contents when you leave. The lock will be cut off and the contents will be retained for one week if lock is not removed. • Separate locker rentals are available for a yearly fee. • Additional locker rooms are available for boys and girls. If your child is five or younger, you may use either youth locker room. If they are older than five, they must use the youth locker room for their gender. At no time are children under sixteen allowed in our adult locker rooms. • Youth locker rooms may be used by adult members on weekdays only before 9 am and after 8:30 pm. Weekend usage is not allowed. Parent may accompany their same sex child at any time. • Universal locker rooms are open to *all, including but not limited to: parents or guardians with opposite gender children; individuals with diverse abilities/special needs and caretakers; our LGBTQ+ community and individuals with aging parents. *Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. The Y: We're for Youth Development, Healthy Living and Social Responsibility

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GENERAL RULES & POLICIES Sauna • • • • • • • • •

For the safety of all: Before using sauna, consult with your physician if you have any medical conditions. Do not put anything other than WATER on rocks. Do not leave clothes, towels, etc. to dry in the sauna. Use a towel while sitting in sauna or on benches. Limit yourself to a maximum of 10-15 minutes. Wait at least five minutes after exercising to cool down before using sauna. Hydrate before/after using sauna. Do not bring food/drink into sauna. No shaving, creams, lotions, powders or jewelry. Get out immediately (and report) if you feel dizzy, nauseous or lightheaded.

Pools

General • Users must read and follow all posted rules. • Y lifeguards have the right to ask anyone not abiding by the pool rules and/or putting other members at risk to leave the area. • For your safety, the Rye YMCA follows guidelines to close the pools during lightning and thunder storms. • Shower strongly recommended before entering pools. • No shoes on deck. Flip flops and bare feet only. • No parents or spectators on deck during lessons. • Adult Lap is for all members 14 years of age or older with good swim skills. • Swim caps must be worn by everyone ages 3 and up (excluding Water Discovery and Exploration A classes and water exercise participants. Swim caps are sold at our Member Services Desk. • Appropriate swim attire is required. (i.e., no thong, cut-off shorts/ pants, see through bathing suits or any other revealing swimwear.) • Children will be escorted by their instructor when entering and exiting the pool area. • Parent/guardians of children under the age of 12 are required to stay in the lobby/viewing area during swim lessons. • Diapers must fit snuggly on legs and waist. Must be swim diaper. • Do not use the pool if you or your child has had diarrhea in the previous two weeks. • Starting blocks are only for use in the swim lesson and competitive swim programs. • Prolonged underwater swimming or breath holding is prohibited. • Swim coaching/instruction is permitted only by Rye YMCA staff, no outside coaches/instructors allowed. • Please refrain from changing children in the wet corridor or viewing areas. Family Swim • No balls or throwing of any objects. • Family swim is for youth, adult and family members. Members are welcome to bring a guest (guest rules apply). • A swim test is required for all children who want to swim without an adult. • Please see Test. Mark. Protect. requirements (posted on website and near pools) • All participants of family swim under 18 will be swim checked and given a swim band based on level. Children must stay in designated areas to ensure their safety. A parent/guardian must be in the water with non-swimming children of any age. A maximum ratio of 1 adult to 2 nonswimming children will be enforced.

Fitness

General Fitness Center Rules • Please follow the Y values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility to govern conduct. • For your safety and to ensure proper use of equipment, orientations are suggested before using the Fitness Center. • Dress appropriately. Proper athletic attire and footwear required; rubber soles and closed-toe shoes only- no clogs, flip flops, socks, bare feet, open-toed, or open-backed shoes. • Everyone must sign up at the Fitness Center Desk before using any of the cardiovascular equipment. • The Fitness Center is a privilege for members 15 years of age and older. Teens age 14 may earn a Teen Passport that will allow them to use the Fitness Center. Please contact the Fitness Dept. for more details. • Be careful not to interfere with another’s workout by “jumping” in front, or “loitering” on any one machine. • Please wipe down equipment when finished. Paper towels and disinfecting wipes are available. • Store coats, bags, etc. in the lockers and cubbies provided. Please secure your valuables. • Please do not drop heavy weights. • Do not block access to the dumbbell rack. • All free weight lifters are required to use a spotter and collars when needed. • Personal Training is permitted only by Rye YMCA Staff; no outside trainers allowed. Freestyle Fitness Zone • Freestyle Fitness Zone is for members 12+. • Dress appropriately. Proper athletic attire and footwear must be worn at all times. No clogs, flip flops, socks, bare feet, open-toed, or open-backed shoes. Group Fitness Class Etiquette • Proper footwear; no street shoes. • Entering a class after it has started is unsafe and not permitted. • Equipment should be returned neatly to its properly designated storage location. • Kindly respect the instructor when they ask that certain equipment be used for a particular class. • Only class participants and the instructor are permitted in the studio during class times. Members not participating in the class will be asked to leave. • Group exercise classes are limited in size to ensure the safety of participants. Kindly respect this if an instructor indicates that a class is filled. • Classes are open to all Y members 14 and older. • If taking back to back classes, please exit the studio and stand at the end of the line for the next class. ExerZone Rules • Must be at least 11 years of age (Children between the ages of 5-10 must be accompanied by parent or guardian, 21 years or older) • Dress appropriately. Proper athletic attire and footwear must be worn at all times. No clogs, flip flops, socks, bare feet, open-toed, or open-backed shoes.

To view complete policy manual, please visit www.ryeymca.org (About Us, Policies)

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Staff Board Of Directors Officers

Douglas Donohue Courtney Bennett Patty Mosher Lewis Nash Frances A. DeThomas, Esq. Caroline Scully

Nicole Ball Jessica Bentley Evan Bernardi Julia Billingsley Rachel Breinin Kat Doyle Robert Field John Hanratty Kevin Kavanagh

President Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer

Members Uma Khemlani Lisa King Katherine McIntosh Annabel Monaghan Alison Cupp Relyea Margarita Sawhney Sarah Snell Neal Stearns Vicki Whatley

Trustees

Lucien D. Burnett, III Thomas F. Murphy Dinah Howland William C. Springer Eugene P. Lynch Werner E. Tietjen Michael T. Tokarz

Trustee Emeritus

The Rye Y is a nonprofit, 501c3 organization serving the communities of Rye, Larchmont, Mamaroneck, Harrison and PORT CHESTER.

Gregg Howells Eileen Barber

Executive Director Chief Operating Officer

Membership/Health/Wellness Tanya Stack Senior Dir. of Membership, Health & Wellness Barbara Hughes Director of Membership Services Ashley Rosell Assistant Director of Member Services Vera Merlino Membership Secretary Diana Vita Laura Laura Elana Reynolds Penny Cozza

Senior Director of Member Wellness Member Wellness Coordinator Director of Community Health Wellness Program Assistant/AOA Advocate

Aquatics/Safety Vickie Tsakmakis Liz Koenig

Senior Director of Aquatics/Safety Assistant Director of Aquatics/Safety

Family, Teen and Youth Programs Lee Ann Borg Senior Program Director Melissa Lewis Sports & Recreation Director Kathy Lynam Camp, Family & Teen Director Kelly Lewin Child Care Director Tatum Nussbaum Assistant Sports & Recreation Director Kayla Guagnini Gymnastics Coordinator Development and Special Events Susan Olson Development Director Lyell Lewis Development Assistant Margaret Mead Special Events Assistant Human Resources Andrea Robinson

Director of Human Resources

Community Impact Denise Woodin

Dir. of Community Impact & Social Responsibility

Marketing/Communications Lisa Tidball Director of Communications Facilities Robert Maxwell

Facilities Director

Accounting David Stern Rosemarie Dibuono Valerie Griffin

Chief Financial Officer Bookkeeper Accounting Associate

I moved here from the city in 1999, when my kids were small. Charlie Clute (former Health & Fitness Director) hired me to teach the Alexander Technique, which we don’t teach here anymore. He then coached me and spurred me on to teach older adult fitness. Ever since then, I’ve been working at The Osborn, and at the Wainwright House teaching the Limbercize class. I’ve taught a lot of fall prevention classes and now I teach Dynamic Balance at The Osborn. I also teach Tai Chi and Enhance Fitness. I think people are becoming more mindful about what they do, so there are a lot more yoga classes than there ever was. But there are also a lot more classes geared towards older adult fitness. The Y is really addressing that niche. And there are a lot of older adults —and not necessarily older adults—who take my Tai Chi class. Again, for more mindfulness as well as balance and staying in shape.

Joy Jacobson

The connections that I make with people here give me satisfaction. I see them three times a week and it’s Group Ex Instructor just a nice family feeling. People know each other and come to exercise and have fun. I love to make people laugh and dance and lighten up a little. I also work out at the Y and I’ve had amazing teachers here. Kaleena was a coach of mine for a long time and I really, really love the Basic Training class that Yvonne and Laura are teaching now. There’s a lot of heart at the Y and that’s why I’m still here. I probably could have gotten jobs in other gyms but I like the sense of community and the friendliness of this place.

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FOR COMMUNITY: SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY “Go into the world and do well. But more importantly, go into the world and do good.” -Minor Myers Jr., Author, Scholar, Composer

The YMCA as a movement has done well. Started in London in 1844, the Y has spread to 119 countries across the globe, with more than 2,700 branches in the United States alone. We’ve become widely respected for teaching millions of kids to swim, for our nurturing childcare, for summer camp, and so much more. But just as important, we go into our communities and “do good.” At the Rye Y, we go into schools and teach potentially life-saving water safety skills to young children, free of charge. Through our Togetherhood program, we engage members in community service projects that create ripples of positive change. We welcome everyone who walks through our doors, regardless of age, income, or background, turning no-one away because he or she can’t pay. This spring, we’re excited to be launching another social responsibility initiative called Derby Goes Green. The Rye Derby is a signature event, combining road races for all ages with Healthy Kids Day activities in a fun-filled celebration of family, community and health. Working with local partners, we’re taking steps to make the Rye Derby and Healthy Kids Day more environmentally friendly. You’ll see less waste and more recycling and composting. It’s the right thing to do…for our planet and our children’s future. Social responsibility is the third leg of the YMCA stool, as strong and vital as Youth Development and Healthy Living, though perhaps not as well known. We invite you to learn more about all the ways they Rye Y makes a difference for our neighbors, our communities and in the world.

Cards for Hospitalized Kids Project

FOR COMMUNITY: Y CARES "Thank you for allowing my family to belong to the Rye Y family. Your help has provided us with the opportunity to create priceless memories." The Y Cares program allows the Rye YMCA to keep a powerful promise to the communities we serve: no-one will be turned away from Y programs and services because he or she can’t pay. In 2016 alone, the Y awarded over $455,000in financial aid to 354 families and individuals in need. Scholarships allowed children to join their peers at camp, whilemembership subsidies gave individuals and families the full Y experience, often during difficult times. It's easy to support Y Cares. Make a one-time donation online or at Member Services. Or speak to a Member Services staff person about making an ongoing gift through your monthly bank draft.

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EMPOWER MORE THAN YOURSELF. When you join the RYE Y, you’re committing to more than simply becoming healthier. You are supporting the values and programs that strengthen your community. At the Y, children learn what they can achieve, families spend quality time together, and we all build relationships that deepen our sense of belonging.

For more than a workout. For a better us.

RYE YMCA 21 Locust Avenue, Rye 914-967-6363 www.ryeymca.org


RYE YMCA - MEMBERS ONLY MAIL-IN/drop-off LOTTERY REGISTRATION FORM (Please print clearly) NAME OF member/participant_______________________________________________________ BIRTH DATE_______________________MALE__FEMALE__TYPE OF MEMBERSHIP_____________ PARENT/GUARDIAN__________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS_____________________________________CITY_____________ZIP__________________ EMAIL (required)__________________________________PHONE: ____________________________ Members will be notified by email which class the child is in or if child has been placed on an accommodation (wait) list.

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*********************************************************************************** SWIM EVALUATION MUST BE INCLUDED OR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE PROCESSED (No evaluation needed for Water Discovery, Water Exploration A/B and Water Acclimation A/B.) If you are registering for swim lessons and your child has special needs, please contact us and we will do our best to accommodate their class with additional assistance. Please contact Vickie Tsakmakis, vickie@ryeymca.org or (914) 967-6363 ext. 108 to discuss options when registering for swim classes.

A SEPARATE CHECK IS NEEDED FOR EACH CLASS. SEND FORM AND PAYMENT TO: RYE YMCA, 21 LOCUST AVENUE, RYE, NY 10580 I give permission for the Rye YMCA to charge my AMEX_____VISA_____MASTERCARD___DISCOVER____FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF CLASSES REGISTERED ABOVE. AMOUNT $_________________ CREDIT CARD #_ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ - _ _ _ _ EXP. DATE: __________ PRINT NAME ON CARD: _________________________________SIGNATURE:____________________________ FOR OFFICE USE ONLY: STAFF NAME: _____________DATE:____________TYPE OF PAYMENT:__________Receipt #_______________

I would like to contribute to the Annual Campaign to help others in need enjoy our services and programs. Please add $__________to my registration charge (or include a separate check).

Rye YMCA 2018 Spring Program Guide  
Rye YMCA 2018 Spring Program Guide