Free Admission to Wake Forest Women’s Basketball Game for Members
Wake Forest Baptist Health has invited YMCA members to be their guest at the Wake Forest vs. Appalachian State women’s basketball game on Thursday, December 7 at 7:00pm at LJVM Coliseum. YMCA members will be allowed to attend the women’s basketball game on December 7th free of charge as long as they present their membership card at the gate. Enter via the West Lobby main entrance, and show your YMCA membership ID card to the ticket taker for free admission for yourself and up to four guests. You and your guests must enter at the same time to receive free admission via your membership card.
Parents Night Out
A program exclusively for Y members and allows parents to bring the kids to the Y and have a couple hours of kid free time. We offer 3 morning sessions and 2 evening sessions, Monday through Saturday.
6 weeks-11 years old
The program is available when the Childwatch and Youth Activity Center rooms are open
Session 1: 8:30-11:00am
Session 2: 9:00-11:30am
Session 3: 9:30-12:00pm
Session 1: 5:15-7:45pm
Session 2: 5:30-8:00pm
Daily Fee: $15 for the first child, $5 for each additional child. Due at or before time of service. Registration is required, information is available at the Membership Center.
Please contact Pam Greene, Program Supervisor for Childwatch and Family Life, 336-996-2231 ext.6415 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Birth & Beginnings
The 3-session childbirth preparation series is offered by Sara Lee Center for Women’s Health and is hosted at the YMCA. This series teaches parents-to-be about the birth process, how to work through their labor as comfortably as possible and how to care for their newborn after returning home. For more information, dates and registration, please call Health Connections at (336) 718-7000.
The YMCA has a long history of bringing parents and children together for life enriching experiences. This history has left a legacy of strengthened relationships and close bonds in many families and communities around the country. The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina has been a part of the Y-Indian Guide/Adventure Guides program for more than 30 years. Adventure Guides currently serves 20 tribes with over 400 participants in Forsyth, Stokes, Davie, Yadkin, and Wilkes Counties. Collectively, these tribes form the Adventure Guides Saura Nation.
The Adventure Guides Program aims to strengthen the bond between fathers and their children through activities that allow them to spend quality time together. Based on strong traditions of the Native American Culture including dignity, patience, endurance, spirituality, concern for the Earth and family values, these programs are tools that will help build memories that will last a lifetime.
Through Adventure Guides, the YMCA provides the following benefits to father and child:
- Foster companionship and understanding and set a foundation for positive, lifelong relationships between father and child
- Build a sense of self-esteem and personal worth
- Expand awareness of body, mind, and spirit
- Provide a framework to meet a mutual need of spending enjoyable, constructive, and quality time together
- Enhance the quality of family time
- Emphasize the vital role parents play in the growth and development of their children
- Offer an important and unique opportunity to develop & enjoy volunteer leadership skills
- Opportunity to meet other families with children the same age
For further information, please contact Carmina Eder at 336.983.3131 or email at email@example.com.