Your Y At Home Resources

We know life may look at little different right now, but we want to offer some resources to help the whole family! Whether it be a workout routine or art project, we are here to help!

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Thank you for all the positive messages of support these last few days. We are grateful to have such a strong Y community – supporting each other and our YMCA.

As our Y responds to our community’s needs during this unprecedented time, we ask that you retain your membership with us. Not as a facility member, but as a cause-driven member. Your membership fees enable our Y to help the community, support our employees, and remain strong through these extraordinary circumstances. We realize that not all of you will be able to do that, but if you can, we’re asking that you stay with us, as we respond to and support our neighbors and community – together. Staying with us ensures our Y remains strong during this difficult time and is poised to help and support those neighbors who need us most for years to come. Our hope is that this suspension in services will be brief. We are committed to working safely and confidently as we move through and emerge from this health crisis together.

Thank you for your partnership, your patience, and your trust. Your participation and engagement make our YMCA the organization it is. The Y is not a place. It is a collection of people joined together, all of us, committed to improving lives and strengthening the community.

Thank you for being patient while we work on decisions and logistics behind the scenes. These are hard times for everyone with many unknowns. We know that our community relies on our YMCA not only as a place to be active and exercise, but also as a safe space where we can come together to build connections and find friendships. Now, more than ever, we need to band together to provide friends and families with the help and encouragement they need during these uncertain times. We are asking you to #StayWithUs as a cause-driven member so that we can continue our mission of strengthening community. #WeAreCommunity

At Home Workouts

Join people nationwide for the YMCA’s FREE fitness challenge to Stay Health-Y 600. Click Here To Sign Up
We know you are missing classes, but YMCA’s around the nation are sharing their resources to keep everyone active. View YMCA360

Our Daily At Home Workouts

While you are at home, we want you to be able to stick with or even start a new workout routine. We have daily workouts that allow all fitness levels to get something out of it.

Workout Of The Day

Follow Our Fitness Staff

We know you miss getting together with your workout buddies at class, but our instructors are still here for you!

7 Steps To Inner Peace

Ruth Kubicek will offer tips to find ways to deal with these unprecedented times.

7 Steps To Inner Peace – Coming Soon!

Helping Our Kids Stay Active

We have found some third-party resources to help get your kids active!

Aquatics, Gymnastics & Sports


Keep your children engaged in water safety with these home activities from our YMCA Swim Lesson Program. These are activities broken down by the various skills that parents can practice at home with their children. No pool, goggles, or swim suits necessary!

School's In Session

Allison Cassens Early Childhood Development Center

Our teachers miss seeing their kids everyday!

Check Out Ms. Kim’s At-Home Content:

Check Out Ms. Danyelle’s At-Home Content:

Check Out Ms. Dawn’s At-Home Content:

External Resources

The Khan Academy has some suggested schedules to keep the kids in a routine. They want to support teachers and parents to the best of their ability as we all navigate this crisis together.


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