Find the Right Fit:
Spring and Summer Programs at the Madison Area YMCA
Caption: Pictured in a school-age gymnastics class are Luciana Polce, practicing walking on a balance beam and Zachary Snyder, both age 5 from Madison.
Caption: Pictured is Everett Reed, age 8 from Florham Park, learning basketball dribbling skills in a Sports Pod with Interim Sports Coordinator Sean Landolfi.
(Madison, NJ) April 9, 2021 - The Madison Area YMCA invites you to participate in our 10-week Spring Session beginning on Monday, April 12 and our 8-week Summer Session beginning on Monday, June 28 with programs for all ages offered 6 days a week.
With clinics, workshops, intensives and programs for preschoolers through teenagers across Fitness, Gymnastics, Performing Arts, Sports and Y Ninja Gym, there is something for everyone! YMCA programs help keep children's minds and bodies active and build confidence and a positive attitude. Children can explore new interests. Having choices and taking responsibility engages children and allows them to learn and enjoy something new or something they are already enjoying. Browse our offerings online with your children; you may be surprised at the classes they are interested in!
Are your children looking for something custom-tailored to their interests and skill-level? Check out our pod offerings including coach and instructor-led Fitness, Gymnastics, School of Performing Arts (SOPA) and Sports pods. “While maintaining physical distance requirements, our custom pods are the perfect opportunity to extend skill development within a "safe circle”. We’ll create a weekly gathering for you and your pod to enjoy Y programming in a fun and safe environment,” said Associate Gymnastics and Y Ninja Gym Director Gus Ibranyi.
In addition to our spring and summer session classes, join us in our School of Performing Arts intensives for intermediate to advanced dancers, ages 10 and older. Our Contemporary Ballet class offers the chance to continue practicing technique, while adding flair with modern choreography. In this intensive, your dancer will become more confident in their techniques as they learn to incorporate and maintain their ballet skills while performing pieces. Release your inner dancer in our Street Hip-Hop intensive, as we form a “dance tribe” including competitions. Learn Broadway choreography while incorporating jazz and entertainment-based dance and technical background in our Musical Theater and Jazz intensive.
“Our Spring and Summer Sessions schedule includes a variety of enriching program opportunities to meet the varying needs of our community,” said Senior Program Director Kim Buccheri. “We are ready to help you and your child take health and wellness activities to a new level of fun and fitness.” Visit www.madisonareaymca.org/2021 for more information. Let the Y lead the way to a healthier, active and brighter future!
As a leader in healthy living, the Madison Area YMCA diligently monitors developments surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and communicates with and provides resources to our community. Wellness has never been more essential to our community than it is now. Following recommendations from the Madison Department of Health and the CDC, and following the Governor’s Executive Orders, we provide a safe and healthy experience for all participants. Enrollment is strictly limited due to health and safety guidelines, so register today to secure your spot.
Although spring and summer programs registration is available for all, to receive the attractive member rate an active Madison Area YMCA membership is required. Join the Y today! The Y strives to be available for all through financial assistance available for camp, membership, child care and programs. Please contact Membership@madisonymca.org to join, to reactivate your membership and for financial assistance information. We can’t wait to see you soon!
As a mission-driven charitable organization and community wellness center, the Madison Area YMCA is dedicated to nurturing the potential of our youth, providing a safe space for teens, improving the community’s health and well-being, and giving back by providing support to our neighbors.