PLAY, LEARN AND STAY ACTIVE WITH YOUR CHILD
Serving families has always been at the heart of the Y. We provide opportunities for every family to build stronger bonds, achieve greater work/life balance, and become more engaged with their communities.
Beginning & Continuing Tang Soo Do (ages 6 & up)
Korean Tang Soo Do (pronounced “tung sue doe”) is a primary system of empty handed self-defense dating back 2,000 years. Tang Soo Do is a systematic approach to learning blocks, kicking, and striking while gaining flexibility, discipline, morals and ethics.
WHERE: Hunter Gym
TIME: 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Parent & Child Member: $44
Parent & Child Non-Member: $84
Additional Child: $17
Join us for Family Swim in the Large Pool or the Warm Water Pool where you can enjoy quality family time. A parent must accompany kids under 14 and youth age 7 and under in the water.
Parent Child Swim Lessons
Spending regular quality time together as a family is one of the best ways to improve your family’s health & well-being. The Sewickley Valley YMCA creates opportunities for the family to come together - even in the Pool.
The Parent/Child and Preschool Aquatic Program is special because it reaches children and parents early in their relationship. Parents and guardians are given guidance on how to develop their children’s abilities and will participate in ageappropriate games and songs. Together, you and your child will explore a new environment and build skills that add to their growth and development.
A / Water Discovery
B / Water Exploration
You are never too young to start learning the basics of favorite sports like soccer, basketball, gymnastics, t-ball, hockey. Check out the sports offerings at your Y and get in the game. Improve skills, make new friends, be active with other kids and learn to love a sport at the Y.
You are never too young to start learning the basics of favorite sports. Soccer, basketball, gymnastics, t-ball, hockey - check out the sports offerings at your Y and get in the game. Improve skills, make new friends, be active with other kids and learn to love a sport at the Y.