Our child care programs are staffed with people who understand the cognitive, physical and social development of kids, the need children have to feel connected and supported in trying new things.
With a focus on, health, social growth and academic enhancement, Y afterschool programs serve kindergartners through grade schoolers with a variety of programmatic and activity options to explore and develop their interests and talents.
It’s never too early to learn to swim at the Y! Classes are progressive, and taught year-round. YMCA swim lessons encourage life-long learning and help children be comfortable in and around water.
Gymnasts focus on technique and learning new skills on all pieces of equipment including floor, vault, uneven bars and balance beam.
Participants in these programs build skills, learn about teamwork and focus on sportsmanship. Families are presented with second-to-none volunteer opportunities as coaches, team parents, and committee members.
Group exercise is a great way to meet people, boost your motivation and add variety to your fitness regimen. We offer group exercise classes ranging from cardio to strength, from flexibility to dance. All fitness levels are welcome.
Let the Y make your birthday party memorable! Our party hosts will organize and conduct your child’s birthday party.
Through Y summer programs, the social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development of all youth are nurtured and celebrated. Children as well as teens will build positive character values, develop new skills, and make new friends all while participating in a fun and healthy atmosphere!
WE ARE READY WHEN YOU ARE
We are pleased to announce we will begin the leveled reopening of the Y beginning on Wednesday, May 27. Members that were able to #StayWithUs by keeping their memberships active during our closure will have access to the Ironworks Branch immediately. If you had to place your membership on hold, please contact the Y to reactivate your memberships so that you can have access to the Ironworks Branch beginning Monday, June 1. Due to occupancy limitations Nationwide Membership and Guest Passes will be suspended and only members with an active Stateline Family YMCA will have access to our branches.
Your safety and the safety of our staff is our number one priority. With that in mind we have implemented new protocols while you are at the Y. Please see our detailed opening plans by clicking HERE. You can find a very brief summary of what you can expect below:
Ironworks Hours (effective 5/27)
Monday-Friday: 5 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
Roscoe Hours (effective 6/1)
1 on 1 personal training by appointment only
Outdoor Group Exercise Classes as Scheduled
Group Exercise and Lap Swimming will require reservations.
These can be made up to 1 week out and can be done by clicking HERE.
What to Bring
Water Bottle - water fountains are not available, but you can use the bottle filling stations.
Towel - No towels will be provided.
Come dressed for your workout - locker rooms are only available for pool usage
Mask or face covering - to wear face in common areas, bot not while working out.
You can find more details in our comprehensive reopening plan HERE.
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