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Make lasting memories at the Monroe Family YMCA.
Serving families has always been at the heart of the Y. We are a place where you can find respite from social, economic, and educational challenges, and learn how to overcome them.
Family time at the Y is about giving families as a unit, and as individuals, the opportunities to deepen relationships, develop new skills and interests, improve their health and well-being, and connect to the community.

Kid’s Night Out | Ages 6 months – 5th Grade

We provide your family with the opportunity to thrive with some quality adult-only time! Drop your children off with us for a delightful evening of guided play, dinner, snacks and a movie.

Registration ends at Noon the Friday before the event. Registration is now available online and in branch! No refunds will be given after Noon the Friday before the event.
Pick-up ends promptly at 8:30 pm. Additional fees will be assessed for any children still in attendance after 8:30 pm.

Second Saturday of every month* | 4:30-8:30 pm
Cost: $30 per child FM | $45 per child PM – Refunds will not be given after Noon the Friday before the event.

January 11 | Snowed In

February 8 | Off to the Races

March 14 | It’s a “Paw”ty

April 11 | Earth Rocks

May 9 | Weird Science

June 20* | Pool Party

Questions? Contact Shannon Bredstrand, at 360 804 2163

Youth Cooking: Energy to Burn | Ages 6-11

Come and create energy packed foods that will fuel you! This class will focus on creating energy packed snacks and learning positive ways to fuel our bodies!

Monday OR Tuesday, January 6-January 27 | 5:30-7 pm 

Cost: $55 FM |  $65 PM

Youth Cooking: Chocoholic | Ages 6-11

Are you a lover of all things CHOCOLATE? This class is for you! We will be cooking and baking with yummy chocolate!

Monday OR Tuesday, February 3-25 | 5:30-7 pm 

Cost: $55 FM |  $65 PM

Safe Kid 101 | 9-13

How do parents know when their child is ready to stay home alone? What should your child know about first aid, choking, fire prevention or aggressive dogs? Don’t know how to initiate the discussion on stranger danger, abduction, abuse or digital safety, like cyberbullying or sexting? This class has you covered, teaching your child how to be safer at home and in the community!  All participants will receive the Safe Kids 101 book.  Additional Information: Please bring a water bottle and a snack.

Saturday, March 7 | 9 am-Noon

Cost: $43 (No Program Member Fee)

Upcoming Dates: March 7, May 16 or October 3

Super Sitters | 11-15

Super Sitters is a program designed to train young people in basic babysitting skills, safety and infant/childcare. Those completing the course will be better prepared to provide a safer, more effective
and positive babysitting experience. The Super Sitters Course is taught by experienced, hospital-qualified instructors and includes: Parent Expectations, Basic First Aid, Child Development, Personal Safety, Heimlich Maneuver, Nutrition, Home Security, Fire Prevention, Telephone Tips, Toys and Activities, and Infant Care.

Saturday, February 8 |9 am-2 pm

Cost: $50 (No Program Member Fee)

Upcoming Dates: February 8, June 6, or September 26