The YMCA partnered with Interact for Health for “Sunday Funday.” Every Sunday in February and March the YMCA will offer free entry to their facility from noon to 6 p.m.
“We know it's harder for people to get moving in the winter and are extremely excited to partner with the Y to increase access to healthy activities,” said Interact for Health President and CEO Jim Schwab.
You will have an opportunity to swim in one of the YMCA's indoor heated pools, play basketball, take a new group exercise class, and enjoy the Y's state-of-the-art fitness centers.
Childcare will also be provided free of charge. All guest will be required to complete guest registration waiver paperwork, and guests 16 years and older must provide a photo ID.
Participating YMCA locations for the program are:
Blue Ash YMCA, located at 5000 YMCA Drive in Cincinnati 45242
Campbell County YMCA, located at 1437 S. Ft. Thomas Avenue in Fort Thomas, KY 41075
Carl H. Lindner YMCA, located at 1425B Linn Street in Cincinnati 45214
Clermont Family YMCA, located at 2075 James E. Sauls, Sr. Drive in Batavia 45103
Clippard Family YMCA, located at 8920 Cheviot Road in Cincinnati 45251
Gamble-Nippert YMCA, located at 3159 Montana Avenue in Cincinnati 45211
M.E. Lyons YMCA, located at 8108 Clough Pike in Cincinnati 45244
Powel Crosley, Jr. YMCA, located at 9601 Winton Road in Cincinnati 45231
R.C. Durr YMCA, located at 5874 Veterans Way in Burlington, KY 41005
Richard E. Lindner YMCA, located at 2039 Sherman Avenue in Norwood 45212
Y at Duck Creek, located at 5040 Kingsley Drive in Cincinnati 45227
For more information about Funday Sundays, visit the website MyY.org or call (513) 362-YMCA.
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