|What an amazing summer we had here at the YWCA! We hope you enjoyed Scamper, School’s Out and YWKids this summer. Take a look below to see what we’ve got planned for this Fall!
new adult group swim lessons | swim lessons
seminars/workshops | junior breakers swim development program
licensed infant, toddler and preschool care
Looking for part time work? Come and join the YWCA Team. We are currently seeking Lifeguards and WSI Instructors interested in our early bird shifts: 5:00 – 11:00 am. Come in apply today! Click here to inquire.
ywca hours and holiday dates*:
Monday – Friday: 5:30 am – 9:00 pm
Saturday: 6:00 am – 4:00 pm | Sunday: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm
|Are you looking for fun and rewarding part time work? The YWCA has a great opportunity for you! The YWCA is seeking caring, energetic, staff for our before/afterschool program serving kids in grades K-5. The program runs Monday through Friday from 7-9am and 2-6 pm. You would be part of a creative team who not only work in program but also meet to plan activities and give each other feedback and encouragement. Click here for more information.||The YWCA’s Annual Appeal will be coming to your mailbox very soon, but if you’d like to donate online or learn more about this once-a-year fundraising campaign click here.
How you answer these questions will dictate what we are to be in the future. Can you give to this year’s Annual Appeal?
For more information click here.
|The YWCA’s Fall II Swim program will kick off the week of October 27th, and General registration is now Open. Classes are offered for infants and toddlers, swimming with their parents, and for preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults looking to improve their stroke or get in the pool for the first time. Click here to see the schedule of offerings. Click here for more information!|
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ywca is closed: new years day, easter, memorial day, independence day, labor day, and christmas.
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