YMCA Youth Sports & Fitness
The Lancaster Family YMCA is the starting point for many kids to learn about becoming and staying active. YMCA youth sports programs promote healthy habits that they’ll carry with them throughout their lives. We place priority on family involvement, the value of participation over winning, and team building as well as developing as an individual, a positive self-image and a sense of fair play and mutual respect for others.
For more information, contact our Sports Director at 717-464-4000, ext. 1212.
SafeKids Tae Kwon Do
The practice of Tae Kwon Do teaches children and adults discipline, self-control, and safety. EARN YOUR BLACK BELT!!! This program is taught by a 7th degree Grand Master Instructor. The program is especially beneficial for children with ADD, ADHD, and some forms of Autism. It is also an excellent program for children who need the added structured discipline to stay focused. Kids will also learn about Stranger Danger, and the Avoidance of Gangs, Guns, and Drugs. This youth and family program is offered at our City Center Y and Lampeter-Strasburg Y branches.
Ages: 6 years and older. Adults and Families Welcome!
Fee: $15.00 Registration Fee. $5.00 per class each week
*All Sessions are 12 weeks
For more information or to register, contact Judith Kirby, 717-252-2824.
YMCA programs are open to Y Members and Non-Members.
Financial Scholarship is provided to those who qualify.
Members: Begins the 10th of the month. Non-Members: Begins the 20th of the month
The Lancaster Family YMCA, Lancaster Rec, and the School District of Lancaster have joined together to offer an initiative called “Every Girl Invite a Girl” #everygirlinviteagirl. Our goal is to reach more girls in our community and engage them in youth sports so they can make lifelong friendships, encourage each other as teammates, and learn new skills to succeed.Shirts are given for free to girls who come in as a pair to register for our youth sports programs. You can also help support this program and spread the word about this initiative by purchasing a shirt for $12.