Miracle League Baseball is designed for individuals requiring additional assistance to play. This program is adapted to be an inclusive, stress free, non-competitive game, where everyone hits, everyone runs bases, and everyone gets home. Buddies are provided for all players while on the field. Parents may sit in the stands to watch and cheer for their player.
Beginning April 3!
Take them all or just a few, whichever works for you. Classes ranging from science to cooking and art!
Wednesday—Pokémon go Monroe
Beginning April 3!
Mondays - STEM challenges
Tuesdays - Cooking summer toss up
Wednesday - Canvas Art
Starts April 5
The Y offers a one hour fitness class available to your home school students. The class will consist of a 15 minute nutrition lesson, 45 minute fitness class (with an instructor), then the entire family can head off to open swim. Each participant will choose between two different fitness classes: Family Fitness (classes will include step aerobics, Barre, Zumba, yoga etc.) OR Strength and Conditioning ( participants will do a wide variety of exercise to strengthen muscles and condition body). Your family will also have access to the YMCA for the rest of the day.
Starts April 6 or May 2
Learn directly from Jason Rukman, CEO of Ucodemy, creator of ITCH coding - in use throughout the world with over 100,000 students. We will meet twice a week for an hour each time. You will also have access to the instructional videos and lessons that this is based on from any web browser during the program duration.
April 7 - Sports Night
May - Cinco de Mayo
Easter Egg Splash
The Easter Bunny went swimming and dropped all his eggs in the pool! Help us collect the eggs and return them to the Easter Bunny in exchange for fun prizes. You can turn in up to two eggs for prizes.
- There will not be any swim testing during the event so if you have not been previously tested you will receive a red wristband. Children registered for Session One will be required to have an adult in the pool with them, this adult does not need to pay or be registered.
- Please arrive early to check-in.
Saturday, April 8
Session one: 1:30-1:55 pm for ages 7 and under with parent in the pool. (50 kids max)
Session two: 2-2:25 pm for ages 8 and up )(50 kids max)
Facility Member $5/Program Member $10 (No Program Fee)
Tiffani Hilden, 360 804 2161
Swim Lessons during the week of spring break.
Morning Classes from 9:15-10:50 am (30 minute classes)
Tiffani Hilden at 360 804 2161 or email@example.com
Starts April 18
Foot patrol is developmentally appropriate running program that combines games, drills and distance to make running fun. The program is designed for the outdoors so children should be dressed appropriately and bring a labeled water bottle. Foot Patrol will focus on nutrition, hydration, breath control, posture, Y core values and sportsmanship. 1.5 Miles-5K(3.1 miles) distance options with the goal to work up to a 5 K.
Parenting with Positive Discipline
Starts April 20
A six week class designed to help parents deepen understanding of their children’s behavior, build more solid relationships, and learn tools that help to navigate the challenges that will help to broaden perspective and offer new practical strategies for bringing more calm and connection into the home.
Class taught by Casey O’Roarty, M.Ed who is a Positive Discipline Trainer and has been working with parents in the valley since 2007. She lives with her husband and two kids in Monroe. Find out more about her and her offers at www.joyfulcourage.com
Thursdays, April 20-May 25 from 6-8 pm
$100 per person (cost includes workbook)
Sabrina Bertand at 360 804 2174 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Starts April 22
Join us for a five week fitness and nutrition boot camp designed to challenge you physically by testing your limits in a 45 minute boot camp style workout followed by 45 minutes of nutrition education. Nutrition is important –especially when it comes to supporting your active lifestyle! Fueling your body before and after your workouts will help you preform better and recover faster. How do you know which foods to choose and when to fuel? Become a pro in this five week crash course while you have fun with specially designed workouts that are sure to have you working hard!
Kids think they are ready to stay home alone and parents wonder if its ok to let them. This three-hour home alone class will teach students: responsibilities when staying home, simple first aid and abdominal thrusts for choking victims, how to navigate the online world, fire safety and what to do around an aggressive dog. We’ll also discuss the truth behind abuse, abduction, and stranger danger. All participants will receive the Safe Kids 101 book.
Starts April 24
Kids learn the fundamentals of baseball, building skills in a positive environment. This program focuses on skill building and sportsmanship by providing a positive, family-oriented and fun experience.
Starts April 25
This five week boot camp is designed for mommies to break away from their regular schedule at the gym and have some fun working out with their babies/toddlers in nontraditional ways. Mommy’s will use their little one’s weight for exercises like squats, overhead press, push-ups etc. There will be relays, and obstacles, and outdoor time if it’s nice! Also, in this 45 minutes session, there will be a healthy snack or craft! The session will be commemorated with a photograph of you and your little sweetheart along with matching mommy and me t-shirt.
This after hours middle school event is sure to be a fun-filled night every month!
Starts May 1
In this class we will explore the use of foam rollers, and proper technique, in order to get many of the same benefits as a sports massage, without the big price tag. The foam rolling not only stretches muscles and tendons but it also breaks down soft tissue adhesions and scar tissue. By using your own body weight and a cylindrical foam roller you can perform a self-massage, break up trigger points, and soothe tight fascia while increasing blood flow and circulation to the soft tissues. This class is beneficial for all fitness levels.
Starts May 2
Learn confidence, safety awareness, self-defense, discipline and respect, all while having fun! Supervised physical contact is allowed only between qualified ranking students. Belt promotions are scheduled when level requirements are achieved. Parents are welcome to observe! A white martial arts uniform is suggested.
Senior Trip: Theo's Chocolate
Join us for *lunch in Seattle and a tour of THeo's Chocolate just in time for Mother's Day!
Wednesday May 10 from 10:45 am-4 pm
$20 Facility Member/ $25 Program Member
*Lunch will be on your own (not included in cost). Many places to choose from close to Theo's.
This monthy events give you a break and the kids a night out doing fun crafts, eating great snacks, playing fun games in a supervised safe place!
Dates: (always 4-9 pm)
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our Aquatics program
The Monroe/Sky Valley Family YMCA offers a wide variety of aquatic programs, including: swim lessons (private and group), water fitness classes, master swim for adults, kids swim team, open swim, Sky Valley swimming, Adaptive swim and much more.
Teaching kids to learn how to swim is our specialty. We offer classes as young as 6 months up, teens and adults too, this is a life skill everyone should have.
Swim team offers youth an opportunity to learn about swimming as a sport while having fun and encouraging sportsmanship. Call or come in today to find out more information.
Sky Valley Swim
Does your child attend Sky Valley and are you looking for additional physical fitness opportunities? Come to the Y and swim with us. We have designated times just for you and your family. Call us today to find out more information.
Specially design classes for kids with special needs.