Bring the whole family and get ready for incredible fun and fitness! The Families On! Challenge is coming to the WakeMed Soccer Park on Saturday, April 25 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The YMCA of the Triangle and WakeMed are hosting the event.
The 2.2-mile race course includes 14 outrageously awesome challenges for you and your family to conquer together. This year’s theme is “Everything You Can’t Do at Home.” Get ready to run through bubbles, scribble on walls and jump on the big green couch. Learn more about the Families On! Challenge and how it connects family and friends through intentional play. The big green couch will be at the Cary Y on March 16!
After the race, don’t even think about heading home. The Celebration Station will feature even more fun activities for the whole family.
Ages: 6 months – Adult
At the Y, we believe the ability to swim is a critical life skill for everyone. In swim lessons, we use a variety of fun methods to help kids overcome fears, build confidence in the water and develop skills that last a lifetime. Qualified instructors meet swimmers at their own level and celebrate all successes. By educating and partnering with swimmers, we’re determined to prevent drowning in our community.
Not sure what session to sign up for? Check the descriptions on the forms below or give us a call!
March 29 for Members
April 6 for Program Participants
At the Y, we believe that all kids deserve the chance to discover who they are and what they can achieve. That’s why every summer our camps open up to create exciting, safe communities where young people can explore the outdoors, discover new experiences, and build self esteem and social and interpersonal skills.
Through outdoor activities, arts programs, youth sports, service projects and more, kids in our community are learning about themselves and making new friends at Y Day Camp. And while they’re at it, they discover skills and values they can use for a lifetime; skills like teamwork, responsibility, respect and sharing.
Ages: Rising Kindergartners – 17 years old
Members: Varies by camp, see brochure
Program Participants: Varies by camp, see brochure
Members: February 2, 2015
Program Participants: February 16, 2015
Ages: 1st – 3rd Graders & Dads
The YMCA Y Guides program focuses on strengthening the father-child relationship through activities that allow fathers to spend quality one-on-one time with their children. It’s through these shared experiences that fathers and their children grow closer and form memories that will last a lifetime. That being said, Dads, no gift you ever give your son or daughter will mean as much as the time you spend with him or her. And you’ll soon discover that you treasure those special moments as well.
Y Guides is for boys and girls in rising grades 1 – 3 and their dads. Tribes are composed of seven to nine father/child pairs and meet twice a month. One meeting is in a member’s home and the other is a fun outing in the community. Children receive feather awards and patches for their accomplishments. Upon reaching fourth grade, Little Braves and Princesses may continue in our Trailblazers Program. Tribes are encouraged to meet at least once a quarter and participate in group outings through the year.
Members: $99 per child (Dads are free!)
Program Participants: $113 per child (Dads are free!)
At the Y, we believe that all kids deserve the opportunity to discover who they are and what they can achieve. And that’s what Y Afterschool is all about. We’re dedicated to creating a safe, nurturing environment for children to learn, grow and develop social skills. Our afterschool program serves all of the Chapel Hill – Carrboro City Schools from Kindergarten through 8th grade. It includes free time, structured physical activities and crafts, and supervised school work time.
Members: $2,430 per year
Non-Members: $2,970 per year
Season: August – June
Registration opens April 6 for members. Open registration begins April 20.