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JOIN NOWMEMBERS CAN SAVE UP TO 50% ON MOST PROGRAMS & ACTIVITIES!

2016 FALL PROGRAMS Your Best You Starts at the Y.

CONFIDENCEBUILDING

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WEST COMMUNITIES YMCA

WHAT’S INSIDEPRE-K PROGRAMS (BIRTH TO 5)

Parent/Child Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Preschool Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

YOUTH PROGRAMS (6-12)School Days Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

ADULT PROGRAMS (19+)Specialty Fitness Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

FAMILY PROGRAMSFamily Nights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Parents Night Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

WELCOME TO THE YMCA!We’re the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities. At the Y, we empower people and communities to learn, grow and thrive. With a focus on character development, academic readiness, violence prevention, and fitness and healthy living, we strive to nurture the potential of every youth and teen, improve the health of our communities and support our neighbors.

TAKE A CLASS WITH US!Session Dates Fall 1 (8 weeks) August 29-October 23 Fall 2 (8 weeks) October 24-December 18

Registration Dates Member registration for both sessions begins August 1 Fall 1 non-member registration begins August 15 Fall 2 non-member registration begins October 10

In addition to the classes listed in this guide, we also offer a number of free classes (for members) and events that may not be included. For our most up-to-date program schedule, as well as downloadable group fitness, swim and gym schedules, visit our website at westcommunitiesymca.org. All class times, dates and prices are subject to change.

View and register for our programs at register.ymcachicago.org.You can register online, in-person or by phone. We’re here to help, so if you have any questions about our offerings or the registration process, contact us at 773.434.0300.

Facility HoursMonday-Friday: 6:45 a.m.-9:30 p.m.Saturday: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.Sunday: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Holiday HoursLabor Day: Closed Thanksgiving Day: Closed Day after Thanksgiving: 6:45 a.m.-2 p.m. Christmas Eve: 8 a.m.-2 p.m.Christmas Day: Closed

Child Watch HoursMonday, Wednesday, Friday: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Tuesday and Thursday: 6-9 p.m.

The West Communities YMCA is conveniently located to serve the Chicago Lawn, West Lawn, Garfield Ridge and Englewood communities.

West Communities YMCA6235 South Homan Ave. • Chicago, IL 60629 • 773.434.0300

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SMART STARTPERSONAL FITNESS PLAN

The key to long-term fitness is to start slow, build steadily and enjoy yourself.

Instead of overloading your body on day one and getting burned out, ask the fitness staff or the Member Services Desk about SMART START today.

The Y now offers SMART START An evidence-based fitness plan that helps you ease yourself into better health, one week at a time, with group exercise classes that are right for you.

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GETENGAGEDWe know how difficult it can beto find balance in life. That’s whythe Y provides programs andresources to help individuals,families and communities learn,grow and thrive. With a focus ondeveloping youth, supporting ourneighbors, and improving healthand well-being, your participationwon’t just bring meaningfulchange into your own life, butinto your community as well.

Here are a few ways youcan get involved.

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GET ENGAGED We know how difficult it can be to find balance in life. That’s why the Y provides programs and resources to help individuals, families and communities learn, grow and thrive. With a focus on developing youth, supporting our neighbors, and improving health and well-being, your participation won’t just bring meaningful change into your own life, but into your community as well.

Here are a few ways you can get involved.

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY! We’re more than just a gym. We’re a community committed to strengthening bodies, minds and neighborhoods. For over 160 years the Y has been dedicated to building healthy, confident and secure children, families and communities. Every day our impact is felt when an individual makes a healthy choice, when a mentor inspires a child and when a community comes together for the common good. So when you join the Y, you’re joining a community committed to transforming lives, inside and out.In addition to joining a community that cares, members enjoy:

• Exceptional fitness, personal training, sports and aquatics programs

• Extensive preschool, school age and teen programs

• Fun family and community programs and events

• Access to child care services while you work out

• Tons of free group fitness classes• Guest passes for friends and family• Volunteer and mentoring opportunities• Financial assistance

Members receive up to 50% off most paid programs and enjoy advance registration privileges.

To learn more about the benefits of a contract-free membership, including discounts on programs, visit our website.

VOLUNTEER The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Through its 65 locations and more than 100 extension sites, the Y of Metro Chicago provides programs and services to more than a quarter of a million children, families and adults across the city and suburbs.

The Y offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups. Y volunteers come together with a commitment to helping others and sharing their skills and expertise. Each year, thousands of youth and adults throughout the city and suburbs volunteer their time to help the Y provide critical services to families and communities in need.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities in your community, stop by the membership desk or visit ymcachicago.org/volunteer.

JOIN OUR TEAM The Y achieves its mission one person at a time. Our staff contribute to the advancement of the Y’s vision by meeting the needs of our communities. Guided daily by the core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility, our staff create an environment where everyone aspires to be their best.

Where can you find meaningful work that offers rich rewards? Where can you simultaneously build a better future for yourself and for kids, families and your community? Where can you work with people who thrive in a values-based environment of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility? All of this can be found at the Y.

Learn more about how you can join our team at ymcachicago.org/jobs.

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY! We’re more than just a gym. We’re a community committed to strengthening bodies, minds and neighborhoods. For over 160 years the Y has been dedicated to building healthy, confident and secure children, families and communities. Every day our impact is felt when an individual makes a healthy choice, when a mentor inspires a child and when a community comes together for the common good. So when you join the Y, you’re joining a community committed to transforming lives, inside and out.

In addition to joining a community that cares, members enjoy:

• Exceptional fitness, personal training, sports and aquatics programs

• Extensive preschool, school age and teen programs

• Fun family and community programs and events

• Access to child care services while you work out

• Tons of free group fitness classes• Guest passes for friends and family• Volunteer and mentoring opportunities• Financial assistance

Members receive up to 50% off most paid programs and enjoy advance registration privileges.

To learn more about the benefits of a contract-free membership, including discounts on programs, visit our website.

To learn more about membership, visit westcommunitiesymca.org/join.

VOLUNTEER The Y is the nation’s leading nonprofit committed to strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Through its 65 locations and more than 100 extension sites, the Y of Metro Chicago provides programs and services to more than a quarter of a million children, families and adults across the city and suburbs.

The Y offers a variety of volunteer opportunities for both individuals and groups. Y volunteers come together with a commitment to helping others and sharing their skills and expertise. Each year, thousands of youth and adults throughout the city and suburbs volunteer their time to help the Y provide critical services to families and communities in need.

To learn more about volunteer opportunities in your community, stop by the membership desk or visit ymcachicago.org/volunteer.

JOIN OUR TEAM The Y achieves its mission one person at a time. Our staff contribute to the advancement of the Y’s vision by meeting the needs of our communities. Guided daily by the core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility, our staff create an environment where everyone aspires to be their best.

Where can you find meaningful work that offers rich rewards? Where can you simultaneously build a better future for yourself and for kids, families and your community? Where can you work with people who thrive in a values-based environment of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility? All of this can be found at the Y.

Learn more about how you can join our team at ymcachicago.org/jobs.

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2016 FALL SESSIONSPRE-K PROGRAMS (Birth to 5)

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WHERE CHILDREN LEARN, GROW & THRIVEAt the Y, we regard each child as a unique individual who needs to be understood, guided, encouraged and appreciated. At this early age, play is a child’s most important form of learning and development. We provide programs and activities where children learn, explore, develop athletic skills, build a positive self-image and develop social relationships with other children.

Ensure your child is kindergarten-ready. Enroll him or her in a YMCA pre-K program today.

PARENT / CHILD SWIM LESSONS(Ages 6 months to 3 years)

Our parent/child swim lessons promote water enrichment and aquatic-readiness activities for children and their parents or other trusted adults. In this program, the developmental experiences of each child are used to build the child’s self-confidence in and out of the water. Parents learn from the instructor’s example how to guide their children through positive reinforcement and appropriate praise.

There are four levels based on developmental abilities:• Shrimp (6-8 months) Child can control their head and sit with support

from the hands.

• Kipper (9-12 months) Child can sit without hand support and stand with support from the hands.

• Inia (13-18 months) Child can stand without support and walk with or without support or aid.

• Perch (19-36 months) Child can run and jump.

Instructors are certified in the YMCA Swim Lesson Instructor Program.

PARENT CHILD SWIM LESSONS CLASS AGE DAY TIME FEESLevel 1: Shrimp 6-9M Monday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Level 2: Kipper 9-12M Monday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Level 3: Inia

1 Monday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Level 4: Perch

1-3 Monday 6-6:30PM $56/$72

Level 1: Shrimp (6-8 months). Parents are taught how to work with their child to feel more comfortable in the water and to develop basic water safety and swim skills. Each child should always be accompanied by one parent.

Level 2: Kipper (9-12 months) Parents are taught how to work with their child to feel more comfortable in the water and to develop basic water safety and swim skills. Each child should always be accompanied by one parent.

Level 3: Inia (13-18 months) Parents are taught how to work with their child to feel more comfortable in the water and to develop basic water safety and swim skills. Each child should always be accompanied by one parent.

Level 4: Perch (19-36 months) Parents are taught how to work with their child to feel more comfortable in the water and to develop basic water safety and swim skills. Each child should always be accompanied by one parent.

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS(Ages 3-5)These programs offer children their first experience in the water without a parent. Children are taught basic skills that are the building blocks of swimming, including water propulsion, floating, body awareness and independence. They are also taught some general aquatic safety and pool games. Children will be taught with and without the use of various instructional flotation devices.

There are three levels based on developmental abilities:• Pike (Beginner)

• Eel (Intermediate)

• Ray (Advanced Intermediate)Instructors are certified in the YMCA Swim Lesson Instructor Program.

PRESCHOOL SWIM LESSONS CLASS AGE DAY TIME FEESPike 3-6 Saturday 10:30-11AM $56/$72Pike 3-6 Saturday 11:15-11:45AM $56/$72Pike 3-6 Saturday 12-12:30PM $56/$72Pike 3-6 Thursday 5-5:30PM $56/$72Pike 3-6 Thursday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Pike 3-6 Monday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Eel 3-6 Saturday 12:30-1PM $56/$72Eel 3-6 Wednesday 6-6:30PM $56/$72Ray 3-6 Saturday 12-12:30PM $56/$72Ray 3-6 Wednesday 6-6:30PM $56/$72

Level 1: Pike (Ages 3-5) The first level is for beginning swimmers. Swimmers should be able to listen to instructions and follow directions. Swimmers will learn the basic paddle stroke on the front, back and sides. They will also learn kicking skills and grow comfortable with putting their face in the water.

Level 2: Eel (Ages 3-5) Swimmers will learn to jump into the water without assistance and float on their front and back for 20 seconds with or without an IFD. Swimmers will also learn to paddle on front, back and sides for 25 yards with an IFD and 15 feet without. Prerequisites: To enter this level, swimmers should be able to front and back float for 20 seconds with an IFD. Swimmers should also be able to paddle on their front, back and side for 10 yards with an IFD, and for 5 feet without.

Level 3: Ray (Ages 3-5) Swimmers will learn to front and back float for 30 seconds without an IFD; front alternating paddle with rhythmic breathing for 25 yards with an IFD, and for 20 feet without. Swimmers will also learn front symmetrical paddle with rhythmic breathing for 25 yards with an IFD, and for 20 feet without; do a side alternating paddle for 25 yards with an IFD and for 20 feet without; back alternating paddle for 25 yards with an IFD and for 20 feet without; and back symmetrical paddle for 25 yards with an IFD and for 20 feet without. Prerequisites: To enter this level, swimmers should be able to jump in the water without assistance and float on their front and back for 20 seconds with or without an IFD. Swimmers should also be able to paddle on front, back and sides for 25 yards with an IFD and for 15 feet without.

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2016 FALL SESSIONSYOUTH PROGRAMS (6-12)

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SCHOOL DAYS OUTKeeping kids safe and engaged when school is out.

Looking for a child care option when your kids are out of school due to a school holiday, weather closing or winter or spring break? When school’s out, the Y is there to keep kids safe and engaged in fun, healthy activities. Our School Day Out options are designed to engage children in healthy physical activity and foster positive social interactions. Our programs offer the highest-quality instruction and supervision, provided by trained and qualified staff members.

2016-17 School Days Out (ages 5-12)7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.$30 member / $40 program participant

• October 12, 2016

• November 11, 2016

• January 18, 2017

Activities include arts and crafts, swimming, sports and so much more.

Register at the front desk or call 773.434.0300 today to save your spot as space is limited.

School closed due to bad weather? No problem. The Y has you covered. We offer School Day Out programs when schools close due to bad weather (contingent upon our ability to stay open). Be sure to check our website and Facebook page, or call us for details.

GIVE THE GIFT OF BELONGING. When you donate to the Y, you’re supporting programs, services and financial assistance opportunities that help strengthen your community.

THE Y.™ FOR A BETTER US.™

At the Y, we believe the desire to belong and help others is human nature, and everyone has something of value to contribute to the greater good. We serve as a catalyst for positive change in communities, bringing people together and giving them opportunities to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others and their own lives.

At the WEST COMMUNITIES YMCA, we are devoted to engaging and connecting all segments of our community. Everyone is welcome here. We believe diversity enriches and enlivens our Y.

For a better you. For a better community. For a better country. Give for a better us at donate.ymcachicago.org.

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2016 FALL SESSIONSYOUTH PROGRAMS (6-12)

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WE ALSO OFFER PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

SWIM LESSONSAll of our swim lessons follow the Y of the USA guidelines for swim lessons and focus on five main points: personal growth, personal safety, stroke development, water sports games and rescue. Classes may be combined based on enrollment.

SWIM LESSONS CLASS AGE DAY TIME FEESPolliwog

6-13 Saturday 10-10:45AM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Saturday 11-11:45AM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Saturday 12-12:45PM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Monday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Wednesday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Tuesday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Polliwog

6-13 Thursday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Guppy

6-13 Saturday 11-11:45AM $56/$72Guppy

6-13 Monday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Guppy

6-13 Wednesday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Minnow

6-13 Saturday 1-1:45PM $56/$72Minnow

6-13 Monday 6-6:45PM $56/$72Fish 6-13 Tuesday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Fish

6-13 Thursday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Flying Fish 6-13 Tuesday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Flying Fish 6-13 Thursday 5-5:45PM $56/$72Shark 6-13 Tuesday 6-6:45PM $56/$72

Level 1: Polliwog This is the beginning level for school age children and is appropriate for anyone new to the water or with little formal instruction. Children will learn kicking skills, the basic paddle stroke on their front, back and sides, and will become comfortable putting their face in the water.

Level 2: Guppy In the Guppy class, swimmers will learn to front and back float for 1 minute; front alternating paddle 25 yards with rhythmic breathing, with and without an IFD; front symmetrical paddle 25 yards; back symmetrical paddle 25 yards; back alternating paddle 25 yards; side alternating paddle 25 yards; and kneeling dive. Prerequisites: To enter this level, children should be able to front and back float for 30 seconds with or without an IFD; paddle 25 yards on their front, back and side with an IFD and 15 feet without an IFD; jump in without assistance; and be comfortable in deep water.

Level 3: Minnow In the Minnow class, swimmers will learn to do a standing dive; basic front crawl rotary breathing 25 yards; basic breaststroke 25 yards; backstroke 25 yards; elementary backstroke 25 yards; basic sidestroke 25 yards; and tread water for 1 minute. Prerequisites: To enter this level, children should be able to front and back float for 1 minute; front alternating paddle 25 yards with rhythmic breathing, with and without an IFD; front symmetrical paddle 25 yards; back symmetrical paddle 25 yards; back alternating paddle 25 yards; side alternating paddle 25 yards; and kneeling dive.

Level 4: Fish In the Fish class, swimmers will learn to tread water for 3 minutes; swim 50 yards front crawl; swim 50 yards breaststroke with legal kick and arm pulls; swim 50 yards backstroke; swim 50 yards elementary backstroke with a glide; swim 50 yards sidestroke with a scissor kick; and swim 15 yards butterfly. Prerequisites: To enter this level, children should be able to do a standing dive; basic front crawl rotary breathing 25 yards; basic breaststroke 25 yards; backstroke 25 yards; elementary backstroke 25 yards; basic sidestroke 25 yards; and tread water for 1 minute.

Level 5: Flying Fish In the Flying Fish class, swimmers will learn to do a flip turn; swim front crawl 100 yards with bilateral breathing; swim 100 yards breaststroke; swim 100 yards backstroke; swim 100 yards elementary backstroke; swim 100 yards sidestroke alternating sides; swim 100 yards lifesaving sidestroke; and swim 15 yards butterfly. Prerequisites: To enter this level, children should be able to tread water for 3 minutes; swim 50 yards front crawl; swim 50 yards breaststroke with legal kick and arm pulls; swim 50 yards backstroke; swim 50 yards elementary backstroke with a glide; swim 50 yards sidestroke with a scissor kick; and swim 15 yards butterfly.

Level 6: Shark In the Shark class, swimmers will learn to take their own heart rate; learn about open water and backyard pool safety; swim 100 yards from crawl with flip turns; swim 100 yards breaststroke with pull-out; swim 50 yards inverted breaststroke; swim 100 yards backstroke with dolphin kick and pullout; swim 50 yards over-arm sidestroke; swim 25 yards butterfly with streamline; and swim 200 yards individual medley. Prerequisites: To enter this level, children should be able to do a flip turn; swim 100 yards front crawl with bilateral breathing; swim 100 yards breaststroke; swim 100 yards backstroke; swim 100 yards elementary backstroke; swim 100 yards sidestroke alternating sides; swim 100 yards lifesaving sidestroke; and swim 15 yards butterfly.

Member: $85 for five 30-minute classes

Non-member: $135 for five 30-minute classes

To register, call 773.434.0300.

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2016 FALL SESSIONSADULT PROGRAMS (19+)

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SPECIALTY FITNESS CLASSESStrive for progress, not perfection.

Are you looking to get healthy? Stay fit? Learn a new skill? Meet new friends? Improve how you feel about yourself? The Y is the place for you. Included with membership are a wide range of fitness programs and services for all levels of experience, including:

• Free wellness consultations

• A variety of cardio, strength, endurance, flexibility and water fitness classes (and most are free for members!)

• Personal and small group training

• Online, real-time group fitness schedules

• Friendly and knowledgeable fitness instructors

• Specialty classes for active older adults (62+)

For our program participants, we offer a choice of punch cards:• 5 classes for $25

• 10 classes for $35

• 15 classes for $40

SWIM LESSONSIt’s never too late to learn how to swim, a vital skill that could save your life. Already know how to swim and want to improve your stroke and hone your skills? The Y has programs to help you do just that.

TEEN SWIM LESSONS Class Age Days Times Fees Adult Beginner

13+ Wednesday 5:45-6:30PM $56/$72Adult Intermediate

13+ Wednesday 5:45-6:30PM $56/$72Adult Advanced

13+ Wednesday 5:45-6:30PM $56/$72Adult Beginner

13+ Saturday 10-10:45AM $56/$72Adult Intermediate

13+ Saturday 10-10:45AM $56/$72Adult Advanced

13+ Saturday 10-10:45AM $56/$72

WE ALSO OFFER PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONSMembers: $75 for five 30-minute classesNon-members: $125 for five 30-minute classesAdult Beginner This class is for adults who have little-to-no swim experience. The instructor will work with adults both as a group and one-on-one. Participants will learn to swim basic front crawl, elementary backstroke, floating and proper breathing techniques.

Adult Intermediate This class is for adults who have experience with swimming, but need to work on endurance. Participant should be comfortable in the water, be able to float on their front and back, and swim 25 feet front crawl and back crawl. Participants will learn how to swim proper front crawl, back crawl, side stroke and breaststroke.

Adult Advanced This is for swimmers aged 16+ who are comfortable in the water and know the fundamentals of swimming (breathing, kicking, floating). Swimmers should be able to swim 2 lengths of the pool and tread water for 1 minute. The class will focus on strengthening the front crawl and back crawl with additional work on sidestroke and breaststroke. This class is great for those looking to do a triathlon or join Masters, but are in need of a little extra guidance.

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2016 FALL SESSIONSFAMILY PROGRAMS

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2017 Day Camp registration will open in early 2017. Keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for details.

SAVE THE DATE

PLAY TOGETHER. Y FAMILY PROGRAMS.Learn, laugh and spend time together during fun activities that promote health and well-being for everyone. Serving families has always been at the heart of the Y. We have a fundamental desire to provide opportunities for every family to build stronger bonds, achieve greater work/life balance, become more engaged with their communities and have fun.

FAMILY NIGHTSLooking for quality time with your family? Look no further. The Y has you covered. Each month, we offer families fun and healthy ways to spend quality time together through our Family Night programs. Family Night activities are open to members and the public and are usually free.

First Friday of every month.

PARENTS NIGHT OUTLooking to have a special night out with your spouse or friends without the guilt? The Y offers Parents Night Out each month to help you get the special time you need while your child has a great time playing and meeting new friends.

Second night of every month.Members $5, program participants $10.

Conveniently located in your neighborhood!

STOP BY AND TAKE ATOUR TODAY!

OUR APP IS APP-SOLUTELY IMPROVED!

We asked for your feedback and we listened! We’ve made upgrades to our mobile app to make it even better.

New features include:• Real-time group fitness classes• Open gym schedules• Open swim schedules• Group exercise classes organized by date, activity or instructor• Text updates regarding helpful Y facility info

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