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MARYSVILLE FAMILY YMCA 6420 60th Drive NE Marysville, WA 98270 P 360 653 9622 F 360 653 2329 FACILITY HOURS Monday - Friday Saturday Sunday

CLOSURES 5 am - 10 pm 7 am - 6 pm 9 am - 5 pm

Easter, April 16 Memorial Day, May 29

Closed 8 am-3 pm

WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU! Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

Executive Director JJ Frank 360 651 1604

Member Services Director Amanda Knight 360 651 1616

Director of Business Services & Marketing Mabel Wolfe 360 651 11615

Senior Director; Membership Engagement Anthony Schmidt 360 651 1617

Senior Director; Program Development Taryn Dinuis 360 651 1610

Director of Youth Development & Community Engagement

Health & Well-Being Coordinator Kathy Maness 360 651 1625

Director of Aquatics Sarah Bolton 360 651 1604

Allison Hoot 360 651 1607

Active Older Adults Coordinator, Carrol Bailey

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Child Care Director, Kelsea Archer

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Child Care Coordinator, Chris McLeod

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Diversabilities Coordinator, Scott Ballenger

Financial Assistance (Membership)

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Teen Programs Coordinator, Tammy Cox



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MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION NOW IT’S EASIER THAN EVER TO JOIN THE Y! Membership in the Y is a special thing. Be a part of a leading nonprofit organization for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The YMCA of Snohomish County is a membership organization and anyone can join. So, with simple monthly dues, you have no contracts or minimum stays to worry about and no sales pitches to endure. Just quality, healthy programs that your whole family can enjoy.

MEMBERSHIP TYPES FACILITY MEMBERSHIP Get full access to fitness centers at all six YMCAs in Snohomish County with a Facility Membership. Choose from a wide menu of free group exercise classes, enjoy lap and recreational swimming, and receive a free wellness orientation when you join. And as a facility member, you’ll be eligible for priority registration and reduced fees on specialty classes and programs for your whole family. PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP If you’re not already a Y Facility Member and want to participate in programs like summer camps, youth sports, swimming lessons and child care, you’ll need an annual Program Membership. You’ll receive the same great level of quality and caring for which the Y is known, but without access to wellness centers and other amenities offered through a full Facility Membership. COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP Belonging is a philosophy at the heart of the Y. Everyone in the community is considered a free Community Member and is welcome to participate in key community events and programs such as fun runs, health fairs, and community education. MY Y IS NOW EVERY Y IN WASHINGTON We want to encourage members to use the Y as often as they can. Sometimes, it’s more convenient for members to use a Y in a different location when travelling, near a workplace, or in another region. Now, full facility/full privilege YMCA members can use other Y facilities throughout the state. See website for program details.

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP As part of the YMCA’s corporate membership plan, employees will enjoy the benefits of belonging to Snohomish County’s largest and most respected health, wellness, and human service organization. For more information about corporate membership, please contact the Member Services Director. MEMBERSHIP FOR ALL We believe everyone deserves a Y experience, so the YMCA of Snohomish County offers financial assistance to individuals and families who might otherwise not be able to afford membership or program fees. Ask a staff member about financial assistance.





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GENERAL INFORMATION OUR MISSION To inspire, nurture, and strengthen culturally vibrant communities through youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. MEMBERSHIP CARD Your membership card is valuable and important. A valid membership card or photo ID is required every time you enter the Y. If you lose your card, you can get a replacement for a small fee. You can also create a digital card to scan at the branch with our mobile app. GUESTS Your membership includes 12 complimentary guest passes per year please use them! Each pass, stored electronically on your membership account, is good for one redemption at any branch of the YMCA of Snohomish County, and admits one person or one family to join you at the Y. At busy times, the Y reserves the right to limit guest usage. All guests must present photo identification and adhere to facility guidelines. A guest may use Y facilities up to three times in one calendar year with a member. Thereafter, a day pass or membership must be purchased. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Unable to afford the full cost of YMCA memberships and programs? Apply confidentially for financial assistance. Forms are located in the lobby and are also available on our website. Member Services staff are available to assist you with your request. PAYMENT OPTIONS Bank draft and credit card payments are a convenient way to pay membership fees and ensure your membership is current. New membership activation requires a one-month payment of membership dues and pro-rated monthly fees at time of enrollment as well as banking account information or a credit card. If your banking or credit card information changes, please let us know at least 15 days before your draft, or you may be charged a $30 NSF fee for nonpayment. LEAVE OF ABSENCE Members may have their membership held in abeyance once per calendar year upon 15 days advance written notice if membership dues are current. A minimum abeyance of 60 days and a maximum abeyance of 120 days is permitted. Membership will be automatically activated after a term of abeyance expires.

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‘SILVERSNEAKERS®’, ‘SILVER AND FIT’, AND ‘AT YOUR BEST’ MEMBERSHIPS | AGES 65+ Many insurance plans have a fitness benefit which will cover part or all of your YMCA membership. Some plans carried by Humana, United Healthcare, Group Health, Regence Blue Shield, Premera, Soundpath, Aetna, Kaiser Permanente of the Northwest, Optima Health, Providence Health Plan, Sterling Insurance Company, and others may be eligible. Please contact your insurance company to determine if your health plan qualifies you. AWAY PROGRAM The AWAY (Always Welcome at YMCAs) program allows you to access Y’s around the country when visiting from out-of-town. Just show your valid Y membership card. This program is good for 12 visits per calendar year. Y’s in the Puget Sound Triangle Membership area are not considered part of the AWAY program for Triangle Members. FITNESS REIMBURSEMENTS More and more health insurance companies are choosing to reward their clients for healthy behaviors through fitness s reimbursement programs. Contact our insurance company or your company’s Human Resource department and ask about Fitness Reimbursement today!

TALK TO US This is your Y. Please make your concerns and comments known! Member suggestion cards are available at the Welcome Center. In addition, you may receive an electronic comment card in your email inbox called OPEN-LINE. If you have something to tell us, great! Let us know. We pledge to acknowledge each comment and respond appropriately. PROGRAM REFUND GUIDELINES The following guidelines are for programs that do not have required deposits (which are non-refundable). Special restrictions apply to Camp, Child Care, Membership and other programs that are clearly stated in their brochures and registrations. Program Directors have the final say to make any allowances other than the following:

Cancelling a program 1 week prior to first day of the program start date=100% full refund less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply

Cancelling a program after the program start date = refunds will be prorated less a minimum of a $5 service fee may apply

Cancelling a program half-way or more after the program start date = no refund.



GENERAL INFORMATION GET STARTED An easy first step to getting started at the Y is to contact Member Services for a free Right Start appointment within your first 30 days of membership. A trained Y professional will meet with you to discuss your goals, answer any questions you may have, and recommend appropriate wellness programs for you. FACILITY GUIDELINES • Ages 6 and under must have direct supervision at all times. • Ages 7-11 must be accompanied by a supervising individual who

remains in the building. • Ages 12 & 13 are not required to be accompanied by a

supervising individual but are subject to age restrictions for specific areas. • Ages 14 and older are considered adults only for the purpose of

use of the facilities and programs. ELECTRONIC USAGE GUIDELINES Due to the advances in mobile and video technology, and for the privacy and protection of all our members, the YMCA of Snohomish County asks that members, participants, and guests adhere to the following guidelines. • Use of electronic devices is not permitted - at any time - in Y

locker rooms and youth program areas. • As a courtesy to other members, please set phones to silent while

working out. • Please limit phone conversations to the lobby or non-workout

areas. • Taking photos or video without permission from the Executive

Director is not permitted on Y premises. FOOD AND BEVERAGES No food or drink other than water is permitted in the pool, workout and gym areas.

PARKING Parking is available in our large lot. Please be courteous of others and do not block the sidewalk, walkways or adjacent parking spaces. Always lock your vehicle and do not leave any valuables in your car. RACQUETBALL COURT RESERVATIONS Courts may be reserved up to a day in advance by calling Member Services or in person. Reservations are encouraged to guarantee your desired time. There is a one hour reservation limit per person during peak usage times. Racquets, balls, and eye protection can be checked out with your membership card. ATTIRE As a family organization, the YMCA of Snohomish County encourages members and their guests to maintain an appearance that is not disruptive, distracting, nor offensive in any regard and to wear attire that does not present health or safety concerns. Accordingly, Y staff may restrict appearance and attire with special consideration for those specific issues. These guidelines are meant for example purposes and may not be inclusive of all expectations. Not permitted  Clothing and jewelry that carry sexual, vulgar, or offensive messages or references, including pictures of the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and gang affiliation.

Any apparel item that can be used as a weapon.

Jeans are not permitted in workout areas.

Required in workout areas  Closed-toe athletic shoes.

Shirts or workout tops.

Eye guards are required in racquetball courts.

Proper swim attire is required in the pool and spa areas.

SMOKE-FREE ENVIRONMENT In keeping with the Y’s health and wellness advocacy, smoking is not permitted on Y’s facility or grounds. All YMCA’s of Snohomish County properties are smoke-free environments.

LOCKERS Lockers are available for day use by members and guests. You must bring your own lock and remove it at the end of each visit. Items left overnight will be removed from the locker room and placed in the lost and found. Always secure your belongings. We recommend that you not bring valuables into the facility; the Y is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Security lockers for small items are available at no cost.





CHILD CARE At the Y, we believe every child has potential, and we’re here to nurture that potential. From youth sports to academic support and leadership development, the Y helps bring out the best in kids. CHILD WATCH Child watch allows your children to participate in fun activities while you workout. You may drop your children off for up to two hours of fun while you use the Y facility. Ages: 6 weeks-10 years Mornings: Evenings:  

Monday - Friday Saturdays Monday-Thursday Friday

9 am-1:30 pm 9 am-1 pm 4-8:30 pm 4-7 pm

Last drop off time is 30 minutes before Child Watch closes. Free Facility Member Benefit.

ADVENTURE ZONE Twist, slide, stretch and jump your way to fitness at the huge climbing toy! Adventure Zone Hosts will lead games, songs, and activities to keep everyone active and busy for up to two hours while you use the Y facility.

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The Marysville Y provides Licensed Child Care to children who attend school in the Marysville and Lake Stevens school districts. We accept DSHS and offer financial assistance to those who qualify. Drop in and part time rates are also available. Contact the branch to find out more. 6 am-school start & school dismissal-6:30 pm.

Child Care Locations served by Marysville Family YMCA Marysville School District sites:  Allen Creek Elementary  Kellogg Marsh Elementary  Marshall Elementary Bus Transportation Provided to the following schools: Sunnyside, Grove, Pinewood, Cascade, and Shoultes. Lake Stevens School District site:  Sunnycrest Elementary Bus Transportation Provided to the following schools: Skyline, Hillcrest, Highland, and Glenwood. * See current rates at

Ages: 4-10 Mornings:

BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CHILD CARE Our COA Accredited Licensed School Age Child Care program is committed to keeping your kids safe, active and having fun! Rest assured knowing your children are thriving in a nurturing environment, while receiving homework help, character development, healthy snacks, cultural enrichment and fitness right in their elementary school.

Monday-Friday Saturdays Monday-Thursday Friday

9 am-Noon* 9 am-1 pm 4-8:30 pm 4-7 pm

For more information, contact Kelsea Archer at or at 360 651 1603

Last drop off time is 30 minutes before Zone closes. Free Facility Member Benefit. Ages 3-5 years Monday-Friday, 9-noon.

KID ZONE Another option for supervised fun! You may drop your child off for up to two hours of fun while you use the Y facility. April 3-7 | 9 am-Noon Ages: 5-11  

Non-School Days on Marysville School District calendar. Free Facility Member Privilege.

What is COA Accreditation? The Council on Accreditation (COA) is an international, independent, nonprofit, human service accrediting organization. It envisions “excellence in the delivery of human services globally, resulting in the well-being of individuals, families, and communities.”

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YOUTH SPORTS HOMESCHOOL PROGRAMS Physical Education & Open Swim Ages: 5-12 Structured activities led by our homeschool PE teacher to keep your kids active. Participants will have the opportunity to play with friends and have fun. After working up a sweat, participants are encouraged to join their families for open swim time. When: Wednesdays, 1-2 pm (Open Swim after 2 pm)  Session: April 12-May 17 Registration begins March 10 $30 Facility Member for first child | $35 Program Member for first child. $10 for each additional child. DANCE  Session: Tuesdays, March 28-June 6  Registration Begins March 1

TUMBLING  Session: March 28-June 6  Registration Begins March 1 Creative Movement (Parent/Child) Ages: walking-3 When: Tuesdays 9:45-10:15 am Registration Fee $50 Facility Member | $60 Program Member. Preschool Tumbling Ages: 3-6 When: Tuesdays 10:20-11:05 am Registration Fee $60 Facility Member | $70 Program Member. Beginning Tumbling Ages: 3-6 When: Thursdays 4:45-5:30 pm Registration Fee $60 Facility Member | $70 Program Member.

Beginning Ballet/tap Ages: 3-6 Little dancers will learn basic ballet and tap terminology, rhythm, fine motor skills and muscle development through children’s song and dance routines. Youngsters benefit from this experience while preparing to advance to the next level of dance. Ballet slippers and tap shoes required.

No class the week of April 3 for Spring Break


When: 11:15 am-Noon & 4:30-5:15 pm Registration Fee $70 Facility Member for | $80 Program Member.

Learn traditional martial arts and self-defense moves with experienced instructors in a family oriented environment of caring and mutual respect. Classes focus on improving balance, coordination, flexibility, confidence, and overall well-being.

Beginning Ballet/Jazz Ages: 5-9 This class is designed as an introduction to jazz technique, focusing on basic jazz positions, turns, jumps, leaps, and choreography. Students will also learn proper stretching techniques to enhance strength and flexibility. Black jazz or ballet slippers required.

Little Ninjas Ages: 5-7 5:30-6 pm $40 Facility Member | $65 Program Member

When: Mondays and Wednesdays

When: 5:20-6 pm Registration Fee $70 Facility Member for | $80 Program Member.

Hip Hop Ages: 8-12 This class offers fun-filled dance moves while building stamina and working on coordination. Learn rhythmic styles of hip hop in an energetic and expressive way, and get a great workout while you also gain a sense of discipline! When: 6:10-6:50 pm Registration Fee $70 Facility Member | $80 Program Member.

Beginner (white-low green belts) Ages: 7+ 6:10-6:55 pm $52 Facility Member | $80 Program Member Advanced (high green-black belt) Ages: 8+ 7-7:45 pm $55 Facility Member | $85 Program Member TKD Club Ages 8+ Friday Evenings, 6:45-7:45 pm $20 Facility Member | $30 Program Member

Classes run monthly year-round. Registration is open from the 15th through the end of the month.







ROOKIE SPORTS Make new friends while learning basic skills, rules and sportsmanship with an emphasis on participation and fun! All Rookie Sports include six one-hour meetings consisting of structured practice and games. Children build confidence and develop teamwork and social skills. Parents are encouraged to get involved with their child’s love of sports by volunteer coaching, refereeing and providing snacks.


T-Ball/Coach Pitch Kids learn the fundamentals of baseball in a fun, atmosphere, while cultivating the values, skill and relationships that lead to positive behaviors and better health.

Saturday, April 29, 10 am-1 pm. Free Community Event

Ages: 3-6 (T-Ball) & 7-9 (Coach Pitch) When: May 6-June 17 Registration open March 1-April 15 T-Ball: $60 Facility Member | $80 Program Member. Coach Pitch: $65 Facility Member | 85 Program Member. TODDLER SPORTS Ages: 2-3 This program will introduce children to the basics of our three major sports; basketball, soccer, t-ball, as well as parachute games day! Children will enhance their coordination and get moving with these fun “parent and me” classes. Games and equipment are modified to be developmentally appropriate for the age group, and to maximize fun and success. When: Wednesdays 10:45-11:15 am  Session 1: March 22-April 26 Registration begins March 1  Session 2: May 3-May 31 Registration opens April 1 Registration Fee $32 Facility Member | $43 Program Member.

This time is reserved just for families! A family is defined as one or more adults age 18 or older, and one or more children under 18. the adult must be in the pool during this time. HEALTHY KIDS DAY

KID’S NIGHT OUT Ages: 2-12 Parents need time out every once in a while. We know how hard it can be to make that happen, especially with multiple children in your household. Let us provide your kids with themed experiences that include dinner, fun indoor and outdoor activities, snacks, and a movie, while you enjoy some valuable time for yourself! When: Saturdays 5-9 pm 

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Registration Fee $20 for first child, $10 for each additional child. $10 per child (Military Family Discount ) PARTY RENTALS YMCA Party Rentals offer a fun and affordable venue for your next event! Our indoor swimming pool, Adventure Zone and large multipurpose room are available to rent for your next birthday party or family gathering. Contact Allison at 360 651 1607 to make a reservation.

SUMMER CAMP IS COMING! For us camp never ends, we’ve planned new adventures so sign up with a friend! You can now sign up for camps online. In-branch registration begins March 15. Pick up a brochure now! 360 653 9622




YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTER Ages: 10-18 Join us for a game of pool, foosball, time on internet-connected computers, special clubs, or just to hangout with friend. Snacks are available for purchase. 

Monday-Friday: 2-6:30 pm

NEW! MIDDLE SCHOOL AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM As a leader in Youth Development, we bring to you a new, structured program designed for Middle School students with the emphasis in improving student learning an development through Mentoring, Academic Support, Healthy and Physical Fitness, and Character Development.

GRADES 6-12 A dynamic program designed to motivate and support youth of all backgrounds to achieve higher education and career goals. Students participate in weekly sessions at their school or a the Y for academic help, as well as monthly field trips to colleges, career opportunities, and community service. Limited after school transportation is available. HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM 

Tuesday 2:30-6 pm

Marysville Pilchuck High School

Thursday 3-6 pm

Marysville YMCA Youth Development Center

When: Monday-Thursday 3-6:30 pm | Friday 1-6:30 pm  September 7, 2016-June 9, 2017 (while school is in session)

Location: Marysville YMCA Youth Development Center  Transportation available from Cedarcrest, Totem*, and Marysville Middle Schools. Transportation is limited and will need to be requested.

Contact YMCA Youth Development Center 360 651 1618

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10th Street Students can be picked up at Totem Middle School

Registration Fee Choose from the following options:  5 Day Plan: $150 Facility Members | $195 Non-Facility Members 

2 Day Plan: $75 Facility Members | $120 Program Members

Contact Kelsea Archer at 360 651 1603





GENERAL WATER FITNESS WATER ACTIVITIES GROUP SWIM LESSONS Learn water safety and survival skills while developing proper swim strokes. Various times and days available, see the swim lesson schedule for details. Ages 6 months+ Times/Dates/Cost varies per class, see flyer or web for details. Private lessons Gain skills and increase your confidence in the water with these individualized lessons. Whether learning the basics or developing enhanced swim techniques, participants can benefit from this flexible alternative to group swim lessons. To register, complete an interest form at Member Services. You will be contacted with schedule availability by the end of the month. Lessons are scheduled on a monthly basis. Contact Josh Gottas at 360 651 1604 with any questions. Ages 3+ One-on-one instruction (per half-hour session) $25 for Facility Members, $35 for Program Members Two or more participants (per participant, per half-hour session) $12.50 for Facility Members, $17.50 for Program Members

GENERAL WATER FITNESS AOA (ACTIVE OLDER ADULT) FITNESS A lighter fitness workout designed especially for the young at heart. Also perfect for those recovering from injuries and pre - or post-natal mothers. All ages of adults are welcome!

POOL GUIDELINES APPROPRIATE POOL AND SPA ATTIRE A swim suit is required for all participants. Shirts and tank tops are not allowed unless they are made of polyester, nylon or spandex. Jeans and cotton clothing are prohibited. Street shoes are not allowed on the pool deck. OPEN AND FAMILY SWIM All children under age 12 who do not pass a height test will be subject to a swim test. Any child that receives a red wristband or is 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult 14+ in the water at all times. Lifejackets (PFD’s) are available for use but any child in a PFD must stay within 5 feet of the supervising adult. One child per adult may be without a PFD, but still accompanied in the water within 5 feet. All lifejackets must be Coast Guard approved.

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AQUA BLAST High intensity water fitness class utilizing training techniques such as circuit, water kickboxing, buoyance, and water resistance training. This class focuses on increasing both cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Come expedient to work hard and have a blast! AQUA ZUMBA® Join a licensed ZUMBA® Instructor as they lead workouts poolside. Enjoy the Latin-Infused rhythms and motions, and get a full cardio workout! All adults are welcome. WATER FITNESS A water fitness workout designed for all levels. Classes include warm up, cardiovascular endurance, muscle toning and stretching. All adults are welcome. SILVERSNEAKERS® SPLASH An aerobic class in the water designed by the popular Silver Sneakers® program. This class provides the combined benefits of an aerobic and a no-impact workout, using the water as resistance to increase muscle tone. All ages of adults are welcome! SWIM FIT Increase endurance, refine your strokes, meet other swimmers and learn from a skilled instructor! Register monthly or pay for six months at a time.

$15 Facility Member / $30 Program Member. See Pool Schedule for Details.

In all classes please go at your own pace and inform the instructors if you have any health concerns we should be aware of. SWIM TEST The swim test for Open and Family Swim is an opportunity for the lifeguard to evaluate a child’s stroke and endurance. The child must swim the length of the pool independently, without touching the bottom, and put their face in the water for the majority of the test. For kids under age 12. The lap swim test is 50 yards of proficient crawl stroke, demonstrating side breathing, and a strong knowledge of lap lane etiquette. For kids under age 14. LAP SWIM GUIDELINES Lap Swim is reserved for individuals swimming laps. Participants under age 14 must pass a lap swim test to participate. During Lap Swim three lanes are available for laps and the open area of the pool may be used for water walking. With the exception of special events, at least one lap lane will be available at all times. When only one lane is open due to programming it will be designated lap swim only; with no water walking is available at this time for safety reasons.





SKIPPER Infant and toddler water adjustment class enhances motor coordination and social skills, and includes an introduction to water safety. Parent and child have the opportunity to spend quality time together. Child must be accompanied by a supervising adult in the water.


POLLIWOG This is the beginning level for school-age children. It gets children acquainted with the pool, comfortable in the water, introduces the use of floatation devices, and floating. By the end of this level they should know the front crawl stroke, side and backstroke. Children have more confidence by the end of this level and should feel comfortable blowing bubbles with their face in the water.

PIKE Prerequisite: Child should be potty trained and able to go in the water without supervision of a parent.

GUPPY Prerequisite: Completion of Polliwog and/or Ray and/or Starfish class or consent of Aquatics Director.

This level helps children develop safe pool behavior, adjust to the water, and develop independent movement in the water. It is designed for new swimmers, teaching basic paddle stroke and kicking skills, pool safety, proper use of IFDs and PFDs, and comfort with holding their face in the water while blowing bubbles and swimming.

Children in this level are able to swim at least 20 feet on front, back, and side. They are introduced to the backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke, and elementary backstroke. Children can swim a length of the pool without assistance at the end of this level. MINNOW Prerequisite: Completion of Guppy Class or consent of Aquatics Director.

EEL Prerequisite: Completion of Pike Class or consent of Aquatics Director. This level is for children who are comfortable in the water, including blowing bubbles with their face in the water. They are taught to kick, float, and perform the progressive crawl stroke. They also learn basic boating safety and use of PFDs. Children can swim 15 feet without assistance at the end of this level. RAY Prerequisite: Completion of Eel Class or consent of Aquatics Director. Children at this level work on refining front, back and side strokes with face in and breathing. Breaststroke is also introduced along with more advanced water safety skills. Children can swim 20 feet without assistance by the end of this level. STARFISH Prerequisite: Completion of Ray Class or consent of Aquatics Director. Children continue to refine their strokes including front crawl with side breathing, elementary backstroke with glide, back crawl with straight arms, breaststroke with glide, and sidestroke. They also learn underwater swimming skills. Children can swim 40 feet without assistance at the end of this level.




For children able to swim independently for a distance of 25 yards with the following strokes: front crawl with side breathing, basic elementary backstroke, back crawl with straight arms, and rudimentary sidestroke and breaststroke. Water safety skills are also emphasized. FISH Prerequisite: Completion of Minnow Class or consent of Aquatic Coordinator. At this point, students work to perform the crawl stroke, elementary backstroke, backstroke and sidestroke, with turns. They are introduced to the butterfly. They continue to work on refining and combining skills while building endurance. FLYING FISH At this level students should have refined front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke and be able to swim 100 yards continuously, with the exclusion of butterfly. They will also be introduced to competitive swimming skills. Students will continue to learn water safety and rescue skills.

TEEN/ADULT SWIM LESSONS (12-17 AND 18+) TEEN/ADULT Classes focus on the individual goals and needs of each student. Develop comfort in the water, introduce air exchange, floating on front and back and learn basic crawl stroke and other basic strokes. Introduces the backstroke, sidestroke, breaststroke and elementary backstroke, with emphasis on technique to increase endurance.


NEW SWIM LESSON CURRICULUM NEW CURRICULUM COMING IN APRIL WHERE DID ALL THE FISH GO? As “America’s Swim Instructor,” the Y has been teaching kids how to be safe around water for decades. Beginning April 2017, we’ll be making some changes to our swim lesson structure to simplify and more accurately describe skill levels.

WHAT IS DIFFERENT? We’re making two key changes to swim lessons: NAME CHANGES Lesson names are changing to stages that better reflect the skills learned, and we’re moving away from the identifying fish levels. Visit your local Y for more information and a detailed guide on which stage is appropriate for your children. When registering for upcoming sessions, these changes will be reflected both on the website and if signing up at your local branch. CURRICULUM CHANGES We’re also changing the curriculum to better serve different learning styles of our youth participants. We’ve simplified the structure by focusing on benchmark skills and goals in each stage. Students progress from fundamentals to stroke technique over six distinct stages. Swimming lessons are essential for kids to become safe around water, and learn to set and achieve goals. We’re looking forward to launching this new swim lesson structure and helping many more young people build swimming confidence. Swim lessons are available in group, private, and semi-private formats, and classes are available for children with special needs. Please refer to your branch's program guide for current lesson times and prices. Some branches offer a Swim Team, and/or Pre-Competitive level classes, where the emphasis is on learning the fundamentals of competitive swimming: stroke mechanics and turns, endurance and strength. Be part of it all, and experience swim lessons the Y way! For Additional Questions, contact Sarah Bolton at 360 651

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HEALTHY LIVING LOSE WEIGHT, FEEL GREAT! Receive expert coaching, continuous support, and a full facility YMCA membership. in


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ACT! (ACTIVELY CHANGING TOGETHER) ACT! is a nutrition, activity, and self-improvement program for youth ages 8-11 and teens ages 12-14 and their parents. This is a community-based program for youth who are overweight or at risk of becoming overweight. A YMCA Health & Well-Being Team teaches fun ways to be active, eat well, and create healthy lifestyles for the whole family. To be involved in ACT!, one adult family member or guardian must participate. DETAILS: 12-week program, with one 90-minute class per week FREE for members and non-members


Space is Limited! To Enroll for This Fall’s Session, Contact Lynnette Monpas,

WHAT IS PREDIABETES? This is a $665 value! Space is Limited! Register at your branch Welcome Center Contact: Lynnette Monpas,

LIVESTRONG® AT THE YMCA LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a small-group program developed and established in partnership with the LIVESTRONG Foundation, to assist those who are living with, through or beyond cancer to strengthen their spirit, mind, and body. Primary goals of the program include increased strength, cardio vascular endurance, and flexibility while improving energy levels, which will enhance functional ability to do everyday tasks. Recent research from the Yale Cancer Center and Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute confirmed that LIVESTRONG at the YMCA participants experience improved fitness and quality of life as well as significant decreases in cancer-related fatigue.

Prediabetes is a condition in which individuals have blood glucose levels that are higher than normal, but not high enough to be classified as diabetes. People with prediabetes are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. An estimated one in three U.S. adults has prediabetes, yet just 11% of those with prediabetes know they have it. Prediabetes increases the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

Risk for developing type 2 diabetes may be reduced or eliminated by weight loss, healthier eating, and increased physical activity. Visit our website today to take a quiz to learn if you are at risk for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. Learn more at

DETAILS: Ages 18+ 12-week program with two 90-minute sessions per week FREE for members and non-members

Space is Limited! To Enroll for This Fall’s Session Contact: Lynnette Monpas,





HEALTHY LIVING YMCA’S DIABETES PREVENTION PROGRAM. If you are at high risk for type 2 diabetes, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can help you adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles that will help you reduce your chances of developing diabetes. The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps those at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles by eating healthier, increasing physical activity and losing a modest amount of weight in order to reduce their chances of developing the disease. Research by the National Institutes of Health has proven that programs like the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can reduce the number of cases of type 2 diabetes by 58%.

ACTIVE OLDER ADULTS OUTINGS Tulip Festival and Wine Tasting Experience the Tulips at Roozengaarde Family Farms. Each fall, the 3 acre show garden is planted with around 300,000 springflowering bulbs, providing a gorgeous display of color. You can roam the picturesque gardens, fields and the gift shop. From there, we’ll journey on to the quaint little town of La Conner for lunch and a little bit of shopping. The fun doesn’t stop there, more fun to be had wine tasting at Pasek Cellars in Conway. This annual trip fills up quickly, don’t miss out on the fun! You’ll have lunch on your own in La Conner. Thursday, April 6, See flyer for details.


Reduce body weight by 7%

Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week

DETAILS: In a classroom setting, a trained lifestyle coach will facilitate a small group of participants in learning about healthier eating, physical activity and other behavior changes. The year-long program consists of 25 sessions over the course of one year. The group will meet every week for 16 weeks, followed by three bi-weekly classes, then six months of follow-up with one session per month.

WORKSHOPS Advanced Care Planning: Wednesday, April 12 Kidney Workshop: Wednesday, June 21 SENIOR POTLUCKS St. Patty’s Day Potluck Wednesday, March 15, Noon-2 pm For additional information, contact Carrol Bailey at 360 651 1605 or

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE? In order to qualify for the program, you must be at least18 years old, overweight (BMI > 25)* and at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes indicated by a confirmatory blood value†, prediabetes determined by clinical diagnosis of Gestational Diabetes (GDM) during previous pregnancy, or a qualifying risk score. TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY, AND TO ENROLL, CONTACT: Andrea Weiler 360 453 2190 *Asian individual(s) BMI > 22 †Individuals who have already been diagnosed with either type 1 or type 2

diabetes do not qualify for this program.

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HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS RIGHT START This initial free consultation with one of our Wellness Coaches help you identify where you are on your health and well-being journey, and discover how the Y can help you reach your goals. Make your initial meeting with one of our knowledgeable wellness coaches today! These classes are free to facility members and those with a day pass. Download our YMCA SnoCo mobile app on Android or Apple devices for schedules on-the-go. Schedules are available in the facility as well.

FACILITY MEMBER GROUP X CLASSES BARRE Where ballet meets Pilates and Yoga. Barre focuses on a unique combination of dynamic movement and isometric holds, in sequences to strategically transform the body and develop long term postural benefits. BASIC STRENGTH TRAINING Designed for any age, this hands on class helps you learn proper form, technique and safety cures. Benefits of weight training will increase your lean muscle tissue, increase metabolism and improve balance and posture. CARDIO CORE A heart pumping combination of floor and step fitness with muscular endurance and core focus. CARDIO KICKBOXING A heart pumping combination of aerobics and martial arts training to improve muscular endurance. CORE N’ MORE Tone, sculpt, strengthen and improve balance and flexibility with the use of the stability ball, Pilates, drumming and stretching techniques. CYCLE/CORE This low impact, high energy class, utilizing specialized indoor bikes, will burn calories and build muscle endurance and strength. Suitable for any fitness level. Come along for the ride! Arrive 10 minutes early to allow for proper fit. CYCLE (PURE) This low impact, high energy class, utilizing specialized indoor bikes, will burn calories and build muscle endurance and strength. Suitable for any fitness level. Please arrive 10 minutes early to ensure proper bike fit. FIT FOREVER AEROBICS This cardiovascular class is designed at a slower pace for those who have mobility issues, rehabbing from an injury, or just starting an exercise program. All ages welcome.




FIT FOREVER STRENGTH This strength building class is designed at a slower pace for those who have mobility issues, rehabbing from an injury, or just starting an exercise program. All ages welcome. HIIT High intensity interval training, this class alternates periods of short intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods. These short, intense workouts provide improved athletic capacity and conditioning. HIIT/STRENGTH This class is a combination class of high intensity/low intensity/ recovery intervals and strength training using free weights and your own body weight. This is an effective and efficient way to challenge your body, both cardio and strength use. INTERVAL TRAINING Designed to provide high/low intensity levels by mixing cardiovascular peaks with muscular strength and endurance conditioning. MIXXED FIT® This is a people-inspired dance fitness program that is a mix of explosive dancing and boot camp toning. PERSONAL PACE YOGA This is a chair-based yoga class designed for people with physical limitations or injury recovery. PILATES Improve strength and flexibility through exercises that enhance your posture and core strength. (Exercises are conducted from the floor.) SILVERSNEAKERS® CLASSIC Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living. Open to all ages and great for those recovering from injuries. SILVERSNEAKERS® YOGA Move your whole body through a complete series of seated and standing yoga poses. Chair support is offered to safely perform a variety of postures designed to increase flexibility, balance and range of movement. STRENGTH TRAINING TOGETHER This class will blast all your muscles with a high-rep weight training workout. Using an adjustable barbell, weight plates, and body weight, this workout combines squats, lunches, presses, and curls, with functional integrated exercises.


HEALTH, WELL-BEING & FITNESS STRETCH & RECOVERY Stretch and recovery is 30 minutes of full body limbering, with emphasis on problem areas such as hips, shoulders, forearms and back. Come in warmed up and ready to loosing up those muscles! TAICHI FOR BETTER BALANCE This class utilizes up to four different Tai Chi forms to increase muscle strength, overall body balance and increased confidence. TRANSITIONAL YOGA This class provides an opportunity for members of the community who live with diverse abilities to learn basic yoga skills. A variety of equipment is used to help them transition into the Marysville YMCA’s Silver Sneakers Yoga class. TRX® The TRX Suspension Trainer® is the original, best-in-class workout system that leverages gravity and your body weight to perform hundreds of exercises. TRX® AOA The TRX Suspension Trainer® is the original, best-in-class workout system that leverages gravity and your body weight to perform hundreds of exercises. This class is tailored for members age 55 and older. TRX® BASIC The TRX Suspension Trainer® is the original, best-in-class workout system that leverages gravity and your body weight to perform hundreds of exercises.

Please check our website, mobile app, or in branch information for up to date schedules!

YOGA Incorporate static and dynamic flexibility movements using postures and positions to increase flexibility, reduce stress and improve strength and posture. YOGA FLOW This class combines yoga with cardiovascular exercise to increase strength, flexibility and balance in a flowing format to help relieve stress. ZUMBA® With a fusion of Latin and International dance themes we have created an exciting, dynamic, effective fitness system! ZUMBA® utilizes the principles of interval and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. A “feel happy” workout that is great for the body and the mind. ZUMBA® GOLD The ZUMBA® Gold Fitness program is an innovative, exciting program, second to none! Designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, and people who are not used to exercising or may be limited physically.

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY TOGETHER, WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US Every day, the YMCA of Snohomish County gives our community the support it needs to learn, grow, and thrive. From advocacy to food security, disease prevention to athletics, football to dance classes, everything we do helps strengthen our neighborhood and the people who live here. But keeping our neighborhoods great is a full-time job. Every day, our community faces new challenges that create a greater need for the work we do. And we need your help to do it. Your gift can help Snohomish County and everyone in it shine.





Campaign Connections

Time 5:30-7:30 pm Noon-1 pm

March 3


March 8 March 8

Fro-Yo Benefit Night

5-9 pm

Just Peachy

March 11

Pancake Breakfast

8-11 am


March 12


Noon-1:30 pm


March 17

Move-A-Thon + Auction

4-7 pm


March 18

The Big Zumba Event

4-6 pm


March 22

Water Walk for Community

Noon-1 pm


March 23

Victory Celebration!

5:30-7:30 pm

Xfinity Event

April 1

Senior Prom

5-8 pm


April 22

Pedal-A-Thon for Parkinson's

9 am-4 pm

Cycle Studio

GIVE TODAY Every dollar donated to the YMCA of Snohomish County has a lasting impact on the people of our community. Give today for a better us. You can now donate online. Using your credit card, bank account, or our “bill me later” option, you can make a secure monthly or one-time donation. Contributions are also accepted at the Y via cash or check. DONATE ONLINE TO THE MARYSVILLE FAMILY YMCA ANNUAL CAMPAIGN TODAY!

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Your employer might match your gift! If you work at one of the community-minded companies listed here, you may be able to DOUBLE or TRIPLE your support of the YMCA of Snohomish County. Some companies even match gifts from retired employees and employees’ spouses. To have your contribution matched, contact your personnel or human resources office for the necessary forms and procedures, and ensure that the Y is eligible to receive the match. If your company doesn’t match your gift, please encourage them to join you as a giving partner in the future!

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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Giving back and supporting our neighbors is part of what makes the Y the Y. We are a community and we lend a hand where we can. TOGETHER, WE CAN BUILD A BETTER US Every day, the YMCA of Snohomish County gives our community the support it needs to learn, grow, and thrive. From advocacy to food security, disease prevention to athletics, football to dance classes, everything we do helps strengthen our neighborhood and the people who live here. But keeping our neighborhoods great is a full-time job. Every day, our community faces new challenges that create a greater need for the work we do. And we need your help to do it. Your gift can help Snohomish County and everyone in it shine. For a better you. For a better community. The Y.™ For a better us.™ Learn more at

SOCIAL SERVICES ASYMA (ARMED SERVICES YMCA) Did you know the Marysville Y is a YMCA Affiliate of the Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA)? YMCA Affiliates are YMCAs that have partnered with the Armed Services YMCA to provide programming to military and their families in their community. Contact Allison at 360 651 1607 or to find out more! COMMUNITY SWIM Community Swim times are free and open to the public. Use these times to enjoy some water fun as a family, and bring your friends and neighbors to experience the Y! YMCA membership or Photo ID required for all participants. Third Saturday of each month. 1-3 pm   

March 18 April 15 May 20

CONNECTING COMMUNITY The Marysville Y is all about serving the Community. We will open our doors to provide free showers and toiletries to those in need. 5:15-6:15 pm   

March 5, 19 April 2, 16 May 7, 21

VOLUNTEERISM & GIVING VOLUNTEER, DONATE, ADVOCATE Our movement is made up of people of all ages and from every walk of life, all working side-by-side to ensure that everyone, regardless of gender, income, or background, has the opportunity to live life to the fullest. Financial assistance keeps the Y available for kids and families who need us most. We count on the generosity of our members and community to help people of all ages and from all walks of life be more healthy, confident, connected, and secure. When you give to the Y, your gift will have a meaningful, enduring impact right in your own neighborhood. The Y’s Financial Assistance Program is supported by contributions to our Annual Campaign and United Way. And finally, the Y could not survive without the dedication of our volunteers. From youth tutors to committee members, teen mentors to fundraisers, board members to fitness instructors, volunteers lend their time, talents, and energy to help strengthen our community. VOLUNTEER, DONATE, ADVOCATE Across the United States, more than 500,000 business leaders, community advocates, parents, teens, and individuals who want to give back and support their neighbors volunteer at the Y. In 10,000 neighborhoods nationwide, including Snohomish County, we have the presence and partnerships to not just promise, but deliver positive personal and social change. Y volunteers give men, women, and children of all ages and from all walks of life the resources and support the need to be healthy, confident, connected and secure. VOLUNTEERS OF THE Y • Lead our Boards of Directors and branch committees. • Raise funds to ensure the Y is accessible to all members of the community through Annual Campaign. • Motivate and support youth through coaching our sports teams and teaching many of our classes. • Extend a hand to help adults who want to do more, be more or live healthier through healthy living programs. • Participate in opportunities to give back and support neighbors through food drives, community events and more! If you would like to donate some of your time please pick up a volunteer application. Volunteer opportunities and application can be found on our website at

Contact Amanda Knight, Member Services Director 360 651 1616

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SPRING AT A GLANCE WHAT CAN YOUR CHILD DO AT THE MARYSVILLE Y THIS SPRING? These branch based activities are free to Facility Members. PAGE



Child Watch/Adventure Zone


Kid Zone

10 10 11

Youth Development Center YMCA Achievers Program Open Swim & Family Swim


Group Exercise Classes (anyone that can keep up with class)

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School-Age Child Care


Kid’s Night Out


Hip Hop Dance


Rookie T-Ball


Toddler Sports


Tae Kwon Do


Little Ninjas


Beginning Ballet & Tap

8 12

Tumbling Swim Lessons

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YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY The Y is for everyone. Financial assistance is available.













EVERETT FAMILY YMCA 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 MARYSVILLE FAMILY YMCA 6420 60th Drive Marysvillle, WA 98270 P 360 653 9622 MILL CREEK FAMILY YMCA 13723 Puget Park Drive Everett, WA 98208 P 425 337 0123 MONROE/ SKY VALLEY FAMILY YMCA 14033 Fryelands Boulevard Monroe, WA 98272 P 360 805 1879 MUKILTEO FAMILY YMCA 10601 47th Place West Mukilteo, WA 98275 P 425 493 9622 STANWOOD-CAMANO YMCA 7213 267th St. NW Stanwood, WA 98292 P 360 629 9622 YMCA OF SNOHOMISH COUNTY ASSOCIATION OFFICES 2720 Rockefeller Avenue Everett, WA 98201 P 425 258 9211 BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS 2722 Colby Ave., Ste. 415 Everett, WA 98201 P 425 252 2227

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