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JUNE ACTIVITIES AT THE RYE Y
Summer Program Registration starts June 8. Click here to view the program guide. Choose from youth swim classes, soccer, music and teen fitness. Programs run June 25-August 20.
Open Gym: Reservations required – up to 48 hours in advance.
Family Swim: Click here to reserve.
After School Adventures (ASA) Child Care program registration has started for new families. Click here for details and registration packet.
Limited Summer Camp availability. Click here for details.
Two ways for 14-year-olds to access the Fitness Center!
Successful completion (subject to approval by trainer) of either program below entitles teen to full use of the Fitness Center.
PERSONAL TRAINING PASSPORT PROGRAM
Designed for 14-year-olds to get personal training and instruction on how to use all equipment in the Fitness Center. Three 45-minute 1:1 sessions with a personal trainer.
GROUP TEEN PASSPORT PROGRAM
Designed for 14-year-olds to be in a group of 3 to 6 teens and receive personal training and instruction on how to use all equipment in the Fitness Center. Three sessions are 45 minutes in duration.
Click here to register
City of Rye 2020 U.S. Census
Your response matters – mailings go out March 12. Click here for details.
JOB OPPORTUNITIES AT THE RYE Y
The Y provides a variety of activities and programs that support youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Help our cause and apply to join our team!
Current openings include: Summer camp openings: Click here. Part Time: Gymnastics Coach, Gymnastics Instructor, Group Exercise Instructor and Sports Instructor. Click here for details.
MEMBER CODE OF CONDUCT
The Rye YMCA is a membership organization that values caring, honesty, respect and responsibility. Membership is a privilege, not a right. We expect persons using the Y to behave in a mature and responsible way and to respect the rights and dignity of others. Members and guests are encouraged to notify staff if they are made to feel uncomfortable while using the Y. The Y has the right to suspend or cancel a membership if the member’s behavior or language violates a generally accepted standard of conduct.
VIDEOS AND PHOTOGRAPHS AT THE RYE Y
You may notice us taking photos and videos around the building for marketing purposes. If you do not wish to be photographed, please indicate this to the photographer/videographer and we’ll make sure you are not included.
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SAFETY AT THE Y
Thank you for checking in!
ALL members must check in using their membership card, the Rye Y app or last name.
ALL others must check in using a sign-in sheet. We appreciate your cooperation in keeping the Rye Y safe! Reminder, children under the age of 11 must be supervised at all times.
The YMCA conducts regular sex offender screenings on all members and may screen other guests and visitors as well. If a sex offender match occurs, the YMCA reserves the right to cancel membership, end program participation, and remove visitation access. In some instances we might need to collect additional information and our Membership Engagement Director, Barbara, will reach out to you.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Rye Y Thunder/Lightning Policy
We’d like to remind you of our policy based on recommendations from the National Lightning Safety Institute and our insurance company, the Redwoods Group: At the first signs of lightning or thunder, the pools will be evacuated. They will remain cleared for 30 minutes after the last observation of lightning or thunder. Members should leave the pool and the surrounding area.
Please be aware that others may be waiting for a parking spot. We ask that you be mindful of others and try to exit your parking spot in a timely manner.
For everyone’s safety we ask that you abide by the following:
* Pedestrians have the right of way in our parking lot.
* Please… do not speed through the parking lot or in the Mead Place neighborhood.
* Handicapped parking spaces are only for those people w/ valid handicap stickers. The Rye Police Department will ticket violators
* Rye Y parking spaces are only for use when you are using the Y. No long term or commuter parking allowed.
*For environmental, health and legal reasons, please do not idle your car in the parking lot or circle.
*Please obey the parking signs and follow the parking attendants’ directions.
Our free, assisted parking is available for your convenience. When our lot is busy, we recommend you use one of the municipal lots. The lots are free on Sunday and after 6pm on weekdays and Saturday. Click here to view a map of lot locations.
Group Ex Classes
Click here to view the schedule. Try our new Premiere classes to give you a sense of what is coming in June.
Click here to make a reservation, up to 48 hours in advance.
Click here to visit the Virtual Rye Y
Water Exercise Classes
9am, Monday – Friday – Pa Cope pool
10am, Monday-Saturday – Brookside pool
Click here to make a reservation, up to 48 hours in advance.
Court time in the gymnasium
Click here to reserve
Click here to sign up
BOOKS, CRAFTS & FUN
Canasta/Mah Jongg, Crafty Crew and Booked at the Y meet at the Rye Free Reading Room – 1061 Boston Post Road.
Canasta/Mah Jongg (at the Rye Free Reading Room)
Canasta – Tuesdays, 10:30am-12:30pm – NEW – reservations required starting April 5
Mah Jongg – Thursdays, 10:30am-12:30pm – reservations required starting April 7
Click here to make reservations online up to 48 hours in advance or call the Y at 914-967-6363.
Contact Barbara Hughes for more information.
The group meets bi-weekly to work on community or individual craft projects. Past projects included blankets for Warm Up America and Open Door Family Medical Centers. New members welcome!
Tuesdays: 2:00-4:00pm. Contact Penny Cozza for more information.
Booked at the Y: Monday, June 13, 1:30-2:30pm (2nd Monday of each month)
The group will discuss The Lincoln Highway by Amor Towle. Contact Penny Cozza for more information.
COMMUNITY HEALTH PROGRAMS
YMCA Diabetes Prevention Program
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Are you at risk? The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program helps those at high risk through healthy eating, increased physical activity and weight loss- an approach that has been proven to prevent or delay the onset of the disease by more than half.
Program Goals: Reduce body weight by 7%; Increase physical activity to 150 minutes per week
You must be overweight and have a diagnosis of prediabetes or overweight and at high risk for developing diabetes to qualify for the program. To find out if you qualify or to register contact: Heidy Barros, 967-6363 ext. 114 or visit
LIVESTRONG-ER at the YMCA Virtual Alumni Class
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA alumni classes provide past participants with the opportunity to catch up with former classmates while meeting new ones. You’ll continue the physical activity program you began during your LIVESTRONG at the YMCA class and learn new ways to continue on your health journey. For more information about the above programs, please contact Heidy Barros at email@example.com
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