YMCA Branch Name

For Youth Development
For Healthy Living
For Social Development

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The YMCA Branch Name strengthens the foundations of our community through well-being and fitness, camps, family time, swim, sports and play, and other activities for people of all ages, incomes and abilities. We’re more than just a place to work out. At the Y, we help build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all with the core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility at the heart of everything we do.

With a commitment to nurturing youth development, promoting healthy living, and fostering a sense of social responsibility, the Y ensures that every individual has access to the essentials needed to learn, grow and thrive.


NEWS FROM THE Y

 

Youth Development

Rome Branch:

Contact Dan Fowler, Youth Development Team Leader, with any questions about Youth Programming at the Rome Branch at (315) 336-3500 x 232 or 

dfowler@ymcatrivalley.org

 

 

 

 YMCA Promotion

 

 Gymnastics Aerobic Loft

Mommy & Me 

Ages 20-36 months

Each child must have an adult participating with him/ her. Child must be able to walk. Lessons will assist to develop their motor skills.

Toddler

3-4 years old

This class helps preschoolers to learn by doing. Rolling, swinging, jumping and balancing all in one class!

Preschool  

4-5 years old

This class helps learn safety by doing. Safety rolls and falls will be demonstrated. They will learn the basic element of gymnastics and build as they grow.

 

 Teen Basketball League (Ages 13-18)

This league is only for those students who are not playing on a school team. Players are assigned a team by our coaches based on skill level. Each team will play an 8 game regular season and one game elimination playoffs. Each team will be assigned a coach and have one practice a week when gym time permits. Each player will be provided a jersey to wear during the season.

Learning Together (Ages 2-4)

The Parent Child Gym Awareness Class provides an opportunity for children and their parent/caregiver to gather weekly for structured, age appropriate classes.  Each class can incorporate music, rhymes and songs. Physical activities are used to stimulate the child’s awareness, encourage motor skill development, increase socialization skills and overall increase the child’s developmental abilities in a fun, safe environment.  This is an interactive class for both child and parent. Certified teacher and mom, Jillian Olney, will be the instructor for the Parent Child Awareness Gym Class.  This is a six week program.  Classes will be limited to the first 10 who register.  Classes will only run if we have a minimum of five participants in each group.  Look for date dates for the next session starting soon!

Zumba Kids- Tuesday and Thursdays at 6:00pm-7:00pm

Kids are able to come enjoy all the benefits of Zumba®.  This class helps develop and promote a healthy lifestyle and incorporate fitness as a natural part of children’s lives by making fitness fun.  This class is open to kids 5 and up.  The next session runs from January 19th-February 25th.  

FREE for MEMBERS!

Interactive Game Room- Monday- Thursday 4:30pm-7:30pm

Open Monday-Thursday 4:30pm-7:30pm for grades K-6. An exciting room featuring a sports wall, Dance Dance Revolution and a big screen TV with a Nintendo Wii. A great blend of fun and exercise! Parents, drop your kids off to exercise while you do your workout. Free! 1 1/2 hour time limit.

Teen Center- Tuesday-Friday 4:30pm-7:30pm

Open Monday-Friday 4:30pm-7:30pm for grades 7-12.  A space just for teens featuring a pool table, foosball, ping-pong, XBox 260 with a big screen TV, a lounge and computer lab.   Free for members!

Gym & Swim

A ninety minute physical education program for home schooled children ages 5-16. Includes instructed gym class and structured swim.  Gym & Swim runs during the school year with 8 week sessions. Join an existing class or start a new one with your own group.  Sessions start back up in January and March. After the March session this program will resume again in September.

Youth Night-Grades K-6- Saturdays 5:30pm-7:30pm

The Y is open exclusively to youth in grades K-6 on Saturday evenings between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.  They have access to the interactive room, gym and pool. Concessions are availabe.  

Cost:  Members $2     Non-members $4. 

Teen Night- Grades 7-12- Saturdays 8:00pm-11:00pm

The Y is open exclusively for teens in grades 7-12 on Saturday evenings between 8:00pm and 11:00pm.  They have access to the gym, Teen Wellness Center and Teen Center.  Open swim is also available between 8:00pm-9:00pm.  Concessions are available.  

Cost:  Members $2     Non-Members $4

 

Oneida Branch:

Contact Andrew Donnelly, Team Leader for Youth Development, with any questions about Youth Programming at the Oneida Branch at (315) 363-7788 x224 or adonnelly@ymcatrivalley.org.  

 

Click here for our BEST SUMMER EVER guide to youth programming at

the Oneida Family Y.

 

Gym 1 & 2 Schedule

 

Fit Kids of Madison County 

The Fit Kids Summer Program is designed to actively engage the past participants of the formal Fit Kids program from the pilot forward. The goal for this session is to help participants get back on a good fitness and nutrition plan for the new school year. We will work as a group for three weeks and create a plan to meet individual goals in the fourth week. Nutrition and Behavioral professionals will be available by appointment. 

WHEN: August 9th - September 1st 

DAYS: Tuesdays and Thursdays

TIME: 5:00pm - 7:00pm

COST:  $30 payable by participant

 

Red Cross Babysitting Course (Ages 11+)

The Oneida Family YMCA will be offering the Red Cross Babysitter's Training course for youth ages 11+ to become safe and responsible babysitters.  Our class is open to all youth and adults, members or non-members and is divided into two sections.  Registered participants will also receive an optional CPR/AED/First Aid training on the following Sunday at no additional charge.  

 

Pokemon League-

Join us for a ten week Pokemon League where children grades K-6 learn to play, have fun and make friends!  Most importantly, this league promotes fun, fairness, honesty, respect, sportsmanship and learning. Registration includes a Pokemon Starter deck. Register at the front desk at the YMCA. Visit www.pokemon.com for more information.

 

Oneida Summer Youth Basketball 

"Everyone Plays, Everyone Wins" is our philosophy.  YMCA basketball programs emphasize the fundamentals of basketball as well as fair play, sportsmanship and FUN.  Each youth basketball program offers weekly skills, drills and scrimmages.  No matter the skill level of the player, these programs will challenge participants to develop their shooting, passing and dribbling techniques through positive reinforcement that will help increase ability and confidence.  

BUZZER BEATERS JR.  (Boys ages 5-9)

LADY BALLERZ (Girls K-6)

BUZZER BEATERS (Boys ages 10-15)

COST: Members $30 Non Members $60

 

Summer Swim Team

Our program is a comprehensive total body fitness program that incorporates the YMCA's Christian principles while creating a healthy balance between workouts in the water, weight training, and dry land training for athletes. Swimmers will compete in USA Long Course Meter meets held on various weekends in the Adirondack Zone area. Swimmers must bring a cap, goggles, fins, and a water bottle to practice every day. All new and returning swimmers must attend one of the following tryout dates.

COST: $175 Team Fee, ($ 66 USA Fee applies to new 2016 applicants only)

PRACTICES: Tuesdays/Thursdays - 6:00pm-8:00pm

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Summer Teen Co-Ed Volleyball League Ages 13-18

This league is designed to promote a competitive environment and to develop and refine more advanced volleyball skills. It's a 10 week league with two additional weeks reserved for playoffs. Teams are allowed additional players to register as substitutes. Substitutes must play in at least two regular season games to be eligible for playoffs. A referee will be provided for each match.

WHEN: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, June 14th - August 31st 

TIME: 5:15pm - 9:15pm

COST: $120 per Team

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Summer Teen Co-Ed Volleyball League Ages 13-18

This league is designed to promote a competitive environment and to develop and refine more advanced volleyball skills. It's a 10 week league with two additional weeks reserved for playoffs. Teams are allowed additional players to register as substitutes. Substitutes must play in at least two regular season games to be eligible for playoffs. A referee will be provided for each match.

WHEN: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, June 14th - August 31st 

TIME: 5:15pm - 9:15pm

COST: $120 per Team

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Bible Study- Wednesdays, 12:00pm -12:45pm 

Join us for an open Bible Study that all are welcome to attend. The study will be led by Pastor Randy Phillips who will lead discussion and the study of I Timothy based on the commentary and study questions of Gospel Preacher and Bible Teacher, Mark Copeland. Copeland uses simplicity to share the gospel and the questions seem to evoke response in a real life scenario.

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Rentals and Splash Parties

Any family, group or organization may rent the pool, Party Room or Gymnasium for a private party.  Available Saturday or Sunday afternoons.  Party goers will have private access to the pool as well our party room to hold their celebration.  Bring the whole group and your suits for a unique birthday party celebration!

Room Member Non-Member
Party Room $50 $100
Half Gym $40 $80
Full Gym $80 $160
Pool $100 $140

Click here for more information and the rental agreement.

 

New Hartford Area:

 

Children’s Film Making

Children's Film Program & Acting

This exciting and educational hands-on film making course introduces your child to all the major tasks involved in getting a film produced. The Program will include 28 weeks of on-camera acting, screen writing and producing. Students will collaborate on out their own professional screen play that will allow each "crew" member to experience their contribution in varying production roles. At the end of their film making journey they will experience a "Red Carpet" moment by having their very own film premier with family and friends to enjoy.

After twenty two years working in Hollywood, as both an Actress and Production Manager at three major studios, Instructor Chase Clifford has returned to the area to teach this fully professional project.

For more information please call our New Hartford Office @ 315-797-4787

 

 

 

Skills, drills, scrimmages and games. This program is designed to

teach basic basketball skills, rules and sportsmanship. Combining

these will provide a friendly  but competitive atmosphere.

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The Y is committed to providing programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We make every effort to ensure that no one is turned away due to inability to pay. Click to read more about our financial assistance.