Monday, Sep 28, 2020 12:00a -
Friday, Dec 11, 2020 12:00a
YMCA of Greater Boston
316 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115
Sports & Active Life
The YMCA of Greater Boston is offering all members and non-members an opportunity to preview their Fall 2020 programs with a free preview week beginning September 28 at all 13 YMCA of Greater Boston branches. The Fall Preview will provide parents and children the opportunity to experience a program with the Y and see how fun and safe it can be.
Fall programing will run from September 28 – December 11 and will consist of two sessions. Each session will include, Soccer, Basketball, T-Ball, Sports Sampler, Swim Lessons, Semi- Private & Private Swim and Physical Education. The Jr. Celtics skills and drills program is back and will run 10 weeks from October 5 – December 20. Registration for all YMCA Fall Programs will begin on September 14. Book online at https://ymcaboston.org/active-programs/
Beginning in September all sports clinics and group swim lessons will now be included in Family memberships through the end of the year* Members of the East Boston YMCA can take advantage of group swim lessons at any other YMCA of Greater Boston locations. For more information about memberships please visit ymcaboston.org. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify.
Special offers are also available for Pods. Any Pod that would like to book a free preview program session are welcome to call their local YMCA of Greater Boston to arrange. (Pods are groups of children who have been quarantining or schooling together through COVID-19)
*Due to limited capacity, one clinic and lesson per child, per session.
About the YMCA of Greater Boston:
The YMCA of Greater Boston is one of Massachusetts leading nonprofits committed to strengthening communities by improving health, empowering youth and activating people for good. Every day the Y works with thousands of men, women, and children to ensure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has access to Y programs and services. As the nation’s fifth largest charity, the Y is creating a community of caring people through meaningful memberships. For more than 165 years, the Y has been developing skills and emotional well-being through education and training, welcoming and connecting diverse populations, preventing chronic disease and building healthier communities. The YMCA of Greater Boston is America’s first Y.