"STEP UP KOKOMO HEALTH CHALLENGE 2017"

Want to create healthier habits for you and your family? Looking for a little extra cash around the holidays? The Y’s Step Up Kokomo program is a 4-week wellness initiative featuring exercise challenges, chances to strengthen your social responsibility, education opportunities and more. The best part? One lucky participant will walk away with a $250 Visa gift card simply for making healthy choices.

Step Up is $5 for Y members and just $25 for the public — and you’ll get full access to the Y’s 90 water and land classes, wellness center, aquatic center, track, gymnasium, sauna, steam room and much, much more.

We kick off from 5:00p.m.- 8:00p.m. Monday Nov. 13 with a health fair that’s free for the community. Registration will be open October 23rd!

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Labor Day Hours
By on 09/04/2017

The Y is happy to stay open for limited hours on Labor Day! We hope to see you and your family! Have a safe and healthy holiday! Facility hours: 8 a.m. to noon Aquatic Center hours: 8 to 11:30 a.m. Play & Learn hours: 8 a.m. to noon. We will not hold group fitness classes, […]

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Workout in the Park Series Expanded
By on 08/08/2017

To keep our members active and moving during our annual maintenance shut down, we are expanding our Workout in the Park offerings during the week of Aug. 7-13. Here’s the lineup of fantastic, free classes we will be offering in Foster Park: Monday: 6pm-7pm Total Conditioning Tuesday: 4pm-5pm HIIT Wednesday: 6pm-7pm Yoga/bootcamp Thursday: 10am-11am Refit Thursday: 4pm-5pm HIIT

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Y to host monthly Parkinson’s Support Group
By on 08/09/2017

The Kokomo Family YMCA is excited to partner with St. Vincent Kokomo to present the Kokomo Parkinson’s Support Group while St. Vincent renovates space in their facility. The meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 2 to 4 p.m., and they will be held at the YMCA, 114 N. Union St., […]

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Y Expands Mentoring Program for Kids and Teens
By on 12/14/2016

Nearly one in five youth live in poverty[1] and are at risk of falling prey to crime, drugs and other hurdles that could keep them from reaching productive adulthood, obtaining an education and successfully entering the workforce. Also, research shows that youth are more likely to succeed with the support of a caring adult. In […]

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