POOL PROJECT UPDATES!

Project Updates

The YMCA Pool Project Committee has provided the following updates on the pool project as of 08/03/2018. We encourage all members and the general public to read the letter and if you have questions, contact the YMCA or contact information for YMCA Board President and Pool Project Chair is included in the letter.

Read the letter: Project Update Letter 08-03-2018

Upcoming Events & News:

LET'S GET WACKY! - Wacky Wednesdays are BACK! Starting Wednesday 6/20! Will run 7 Wednesdays this summer. For ages 3(must be potty-trained)-9 years old. $10 for Y members $20 for non-members. Runs for 3 hours (begins at 11:30am) each week and includes lunch, outdoor games, indoor play and crafts with Miss Tori.
SPECIAL - sign up for all sessions and get the 7th session FREE!

NEW CLASSES

  • Stretch & Tone is a new class, featuring a gentle, no-impact focus on stretching to improve flexibility, balance, and muscle strength. Friday mornings 10:15-11:15. Class begins July 13, 2018.
  • Enrich is a new weekly class that will be held each Friday at 6:00am. It is a combination cardio, strength and relaxation class all set to the backdrop of powerful praise and worship music. Feed your mind, body, soul and spirit! Sign up today for a place.
  • Strike is a new weekly cardio kickboxing class offered once a week on Saturdays from 9:30am - 10:15am. Sign up today for a place. Both classes are free for members!

COMING SOON! - Magical Monarchs We will be planting additional butterfly gardens behind the YMCA to enhance our current Monarch habitat this April. Then from April through September Members and guests will be able to observe, learn, and enjoy the monarch caterpillars as they transform from caterpillar to butterfly.

CLASS SCHEDULE
 Updated 03/19/2018

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POOL SCHEDULE
 Updated 04/18/2018

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GYM SCHEDULE
 Updated 04/18/2018

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MONTHLY NEWSLETTER
 Updated 01/08/2018

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Building Hours

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

News

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 (updated 06-2018).

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Pool News!

Pool Closing Updates

The Hardin County YMCA Board of Directors & special committee members are currently exploring all options to be able to repair and renovate the Y pool. We know that the pool is a key facility of our Y and the community. We recognize the importance of providing a place for youth and families to learn to swim and spend family time together as well as providing the competitive swimming programs for youth. If you would like to learn how you can help, please contact the YMCA and provide your name, phone, and/or email. As we have more progress to share with you we certainly will do so.

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

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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Testimonial

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