The Hardin County Family YMCA has published a press release. To read the most recent press release, see the attached PDF.
3rd Annual "Go Fly a Kite" Day - RESCHEDULED! - August 17, 2019 from 12:00pm - 3:00am - Giant kites, free kite building for kids, games, and footgolf for the family. Food trucks, KONA Ice truck, and FUN FOR ALL! See the attached brochure for more details.
Summer Swim Programs - Swim Strokes sprint classes - Tuesday/Wednesday evenings for 2 weeks (starting 7/31) for ages 3 and up. Call or stop by the Y today to sign your child up.
Fun Summer Camps!
1st Annual Hardin County Family YMCA Golf Scramble - July 20, 2019 9am Shotgun Finish - Not your 'normal' golf scramble...the Y will make this one unique and fun for all! Teams of 4 compete for prizes. 18 holes with cart and lunch provided. See attached for more details or register!!
The current program guide is now available for 2019 and is available to download. Click the button below to download the Program Guide as a PDF (updated 07-2019).
The Hardin County YMCA Board of Directors & special committee members are pleased to announce that the pool is open and ready for you to swim! We appreciate the patience and understanding of everyone during the project while the pool was closed for repairs. Schedule updated for April through October 2019.
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?
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.
Help the environment and your Hardin County YMCA at the same time. Turn in the following items to help the Hardin County YMCA:
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.
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!"