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Madison Area YMCA 2016 Summer Session Registration, Classes and Hours

Jun 07, 2016

For more information:
Madison Area YMCA
Marketing & Communications Department
973.822-9622 ext. 2241
For immediate release to run through the end of June

Madison Area YMCA 2016 Summer Session Registration, Classes and Hours

(Madison, NJ) June 7, 2016- Summer Session 2016 at the Madison Area YMCA begins on Monday, June 27. Summer hours begin on Saturday, June 25, and go through Monday, September 5.

Priority member registration begins on Tuesday, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. online and in person. Registration opens for all members of the community on Tuesday, June 21, at 7:30 p.m. Members may continue to register online or in person. 

Classes and programming are available in the enrichment, sports, swimming, performing arts, gymnastics and family programming departments. Classes and programming are also available for adults in the aquatics, performing arts, sports and fitness departments.

New classes and programs include:
Build with Me, an 8-week 30 minute STEAM class for 2.5-3.5 year olds that will help develop fine motor skills by building with LEGO blocks and more. It’s a great class for toddlers to learn how to separate from parent/caregiver.

Mini Musical Minds, an 8-week class for 4-6 year olds, teaches budding musicians how to use pictures and sight words to learn basic rhythms in this musically magical class—a great introduction to basic music theory.

New Family Membership Promotion: Is your child currently participating in our 7th grade Initiative? When your 7th grader’s membership concludes at the end of June, join the Madison Area YMCA as a family and your initiation fee will be waived and you will receive one month of free membership.

Summer Mini Camps & Clinics are available in the gymnastics, performing arts and sports departments. Mini Camps and Clinics are a great way to learn new skills, prepare for upcoming seasons and have fun!

Fit for Life, a no-fee class specifically designed for baby boomers, is a full body workout that incorporates cardio, strength, flexibility and balance. Individuals at all levels of fitness are welcome.

Delay the Disease, a no-fee Parkinson’s disease group exercise program, is designed to empower those living with Parkinson’s disease by optimizing their physical function and helping to delay the progression of symptoms.

The YMCA offers hundreds of specialty classes and numerous competitive team opportunities for children. Financial Assistance may be available. For additional information, contact Member Services at the Madison Area YMCA, at 111 Kings Road in Madison, 973-822-YMCA (9622), ext. 2276 or visit the Y’s website at madisonareaymca.org.  

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