Upcoming Events & News:

SPRING SOCCER REGISTRATION IS NOW! - Sign-up is ongoing for the spring soccer season at the YMCA. For children born between 1/1/06 and 12/31/13, we have a soccer team for your child! U6 and a new option of U7 will offer in-house soccer play, while the U8 to U12 teams are travel soccer teams participating in the Black Swamp Soccer League. Sign up TODAY!

FEBRUARY FRENZY 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament - Put together your adult women's or men's basketball team and join the fun! Double-elimination format. February 16th (6:30pm-10:00pm) and February 17th (1:30pm until finished). See attached registration form. All entries into the Y by 2/13/18 at 5:00pm. REGISTER TODAY!!

NEW YEAR, NEW CLASSES! - Beginning in January 2018, the Y will offer a new aquatic class for parent/child - try Swim Starters for ages 6 months-36 months old. Also 3 new fitness classes on Tuesday and Thursday nights - Workout Warrior and Chaos! with instructor Kim Shephard and Strength and Stretch with personal trainer Kaylee Kiogima to make those new years' resolution a REALITY!

NEW YEAR, NEW YOU! - Join us for our New Year Weight-Loss Challenge! Become Healthy, Fit, and Happy in 2018! Take off those holiday pounds and find a healthier You! Sign-up between Jan 2 to Jan 15. Prizes offered for top male and female participants.

MINI- KICKERS IS BACK! - Mini-Kickers is an inter-generational indoor kickball league that will be offered again in February. Mini-Kickers is for 3-5 year old children with an adult (mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, etc.) to play kickball with the child! Sunday afternoons from 4:00pm-4:45pm in the gym. Call or stop in the Y to register by 1/27/18.

BABY BOOST class begins in February!!! - Baby boost is an awesome new sensory class being offered to babies from 6-13 months with one of their parents. Class aims at promoting the healthy development of your baby through a series of activities such as baby yoga, baby massage, sensory activities, song and dance and more! Once a week class - 2 options Monday mornings 9:00-9:45am or Wednesday evenings 5:15-6pm. Call or stop in the Y to register. Check out the video below to learn more!

POLICY UPDATE! Privacy Policy Update - Please see the following link to the Hardin County Family YMCA Privacy Policy.

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Building Hours

  • Monday - Thursday
  • 6:00am - 9:00pm
  • Friday
  • 6:00am - 7:30pm
  • Saturday
  • 9:00am - 4:00pm
  • Sunday
  • Closed
  • Monday - Thursday
  • 6:00am - 10:00pm
  • Friday
  • 6:00am - 9:00pm
  • Saturday
  • 8:00am - 5:00pm
  • Sunday
  • 1:00pm - 5:00pm

Baby Boost Class!

Learn more about our newest class, an awesome new sensory class being offered to babies from 6-13 months with one of their parents!


Program Guide '18

The current program guide is now available for 2018 and is available to download. Click the button below to download the Program Guide as a PDF.

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Sea Dragons

Sea Dragon Info

Click the link below to review information about the upcoming Hardin Co. Family YMCA Sea Dragons youth swimming programs.

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New Class Program Registration Procedure

To better plan and serve its' members, the Hardin County Family YMCA unveils its new procedure for signing up for classes each month! Sign-ups for future next month's classes need to be done by the last Thursday of each month and have a minimum of 4 signed-up in a class for it to be held. For the full information, please click on the link below. In addition, did you know you can also sign-up for FUTURE month's classes in advance?

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Youth Development


Tumbling is one part of the popular sport of gymnastics and has grown to be a large part of cheerleading and dance today. Not limited to kids in gymnastics or cheerleading, but for all athletes looking to improve strength, flexibility, balance, and coordination. Classes meet Saturdays. Instructed by Tori McDaniel.

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Printer Cartridge Recycling

Help Recycle

Fundraising Goal: Check our progress!

Help the environment and your Hardin County YMCA at the same time. Turn in the following items to help the Hardin County YMCA:

  • Ink Cartridges
  • Working Cell Phones
  • Cameras
How Does it Work?

The Think Recycle Program is a community based collection program where the YMCA can collect unwanted cell phones, print cartridges and digital cameras and turn them in for cash rebates. It's simple; just return your unwanted products to the YMCA.

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Here's what our members are saying about the Hardin County Family YMCA!

"Thanks to the support of the instructors and staff at the Hardin County Family YMCA I was able to lose 30 pounds. A year ago I was in the worst health of my life and now I look forward to each new day. Keep up the great work!"

Single Mother of 2