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No Skills Required. This class increases comfort with underwater exploration and introduces basic self-rescue skills performed with assistance. In class: will learn to blow bubbles, put face in water, proper kicking, paddling, front and back floats with use of flotation devices.
Skills required: This class is for swimmers who can jump in on their own and swim 10 feet assisted. In class: encourages forward movement in the water and basic self-rescue skills performed independently. During class will work on unassisted front and back glides and floats, treading water, rolling from front to back and back to front in the water.
Skills required: This is for swimmers who can jump in on their own and swim 5-10 yards unassisted. In class: develops intermediate self-rescue skills performed at longer distances than in previous levels. During class will work on swimming on front and back, and treading water.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE The deadline to register for any session is the WEDNESDAY before the lesson starts.
The weekly themes create an atmosphere of fun and learning, while being centered around the Y's core values. Session themes are designed to add a little individuality and excitement to each session. The themes guide the weekly activities like arts & crafts, nature exploration, games, contests and team building.
Click here for a printable lock-in flyer.
Time: 7:15 p.m-7:00 a.m
Registration Deadline: Each Wednesday before the lock-in date.
Cost: $25 members, non-members $35
Campers will participate in the following activities: swimming, gym games, group games, contests, pizza dinner, snack and much more.
Campers need to wear tennis shoes and bring a sleeping bag
Ages 5 yrs old -13 yrs old
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Caring adult volunteer coaches create an environment in which children learn and practice the YMCA's core values of responsibility, honesty, respect, faith and caring. Parents are encouraged to contribute their time as volunteer coaches and team parents as well being their kid's greatest fan. YMCA Youth Sports programs are a great start to a lifetime of health and wellness!
Jarvis Jones Sports Director
All YMCA Youth Sports depend on all participants to behave in accordance with common-sense responsibility and character. To codify our expectations, we have adopted a Code Of Conduct policy whose guidelines are a minimum listing, but is not limited to, best practices for a rewarding and pleasurable experience for all. In those situations where behavior is deemed outside of our core values, and directed to either fellow participants, family members, staff or officials, the YMCA reserves the right and responsibility to dis-associate our program from that individual(s). Coaches are mandated to read, sign and return this form prior to coaching any team within the Birmingham YMCA branches.
Like basketball, volleyball was invented at a YMCA to give members and participants an active game to play indoors. And did it ever catch on. Now volleyball is one of the most popular games at outdoor barbecues, in highschool and collegiate athletics, and even at the Olympics.
At the Y, our volleyball league is a developmental league designed to teach new and experienced players how to play and improve their skills at the game. Volleyball is open to boys and girls.
Volleyball is offered twice a year at select branches at they YMCA of Greater Birmingham Trussville.
Financial Aid: Financial assistance is available for those that qualify. Contact Jarvis Jones- firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Sports Sponsors: if you are personally interested or your employer is interested in learning more about our sports sponsorship program, please contact Jarvis Jones at email@example.com for more information.
Soccer is a great choice for youth sports for many reasons. Because there is very little equipment needed, your investment as a parent isn't a barrier to entry. But more importantly, it's a game with simple rules that children can grasp from an early age.
Our YMCA soccer program is a developmental league that meets the athlete where he or she is and builds their skills from there. Whether their first season is at age 3 or age 8, YMCA volunteer coaches will help them get in the game and enjoy their experience.
Playing organized sports is one of The Search Institute's "Developmental Assets," which are predictors for developing into a well-adjusted teen and adult.
The YMCA of Greater Birmingham Trussville has two soccer seasons per year. Spring and Fall.
Practice and Game Locations
Our program depends on volunteer coaches, assistant coaches and team parents. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Players will learn the fundamentals of the game, gain the opportunity to play a game each week, have equal playing time and be encouraged to play more than one position. Many of our branches offer two seasons for first through seventh grade boys and girls.
Teams practice one night each week with an eight-game schedule each season, which are typically held on Saturdays. The players take part in skill development activities, drills and scrimmages in a group setting.
Program partcipants can register by calling or stopping by any branch's Welcome Center or by signing up online.
Participants can sign up for any branch's team, so if your regular Y doesn't currently have a league, we encourage you to make some new friends at our Y
Branch Information & Contact Person
Trussville- 5920 Valley Road, Trussville, AL 35173 (655-2224) Jarvis Jones. Limited Seating
HOOVER- 2250 Highway 150, Hoover, AL 35244 (682-1399) Jennifer Weems. No seating, bring portable seat.
NORTHEAST- 628 Red Lane Road, Birmingham, AL 35215 (833-7616) Micah Hudson
YOUTH CENTER- 2400 Seventh Ave North, Birmingham, AL 35203 (324-1643) Beau Walker
SHADES VALLEY- 3551 Montgomery Hwy, Birmingham, AL 35209 (870-9622)
Youth Sports offers multiple ways to register for activities and sports. Participants are able to register ONLINE or at a local branch.
Registration forms can still be printed and mailed to the YMCA Youth Sports office or dropped off at any YMCA location. Late registrations for Youth Sports can be done online, mailed or dropped off at the YMCA Youth Sports Office.
4, 9-week sessions + 2-week holiday sessions
Running late to pick up your child from After School Academy? Need to relay a message to our counselors? If you cannot get in touch with Fred (email@example.com or 655-5644) please contact our welcome desk at 655-2224. They will quickly relay the message.
REMEMBER - The YMCA of Greater Birmingham Trussville Branch WILL NOT pick up in the event of emergency early school dismissal. For safety reasons, we don't like to put our buses on the road in severe inclement weather situations.
Times Monday- Friday 8:30 a.m-12:30 p.m
Details kindergarten readiness program for potty-trained children ages 3-5.
Cost ( per month)
$115 / 5-day $85.00 3-day YMCA members
$165/ 5-day $135/ 3-day Non-members
All participants must be listed on the membership. Parent must remain on-site ages: 11mos-7years can stay up 2 1/2 hours, no additional charge. Ten weeks-10 months-must have an appointment can stay for 1 1/2 hours. Appointments can be scheduled up to a day in advance and are based on availability (only applicable to 8wks-10mos).
Monday through Thursday 8:00 am-1:30pm / 3:30pm-7:30pm
Friday: 8:00 am-1:30pm / 3:30pm - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 am - 1:30 pm
Sunday: 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
18 months-2 years can stay up to 2 hours. Ages 2-7 can stay up to 4 hours.
Friday, February 16th
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 14th
Cost: $25 members, non members $35
Campers will particpate in the following activities : swimming, gym games, christmas games, group games, contests, pizza dinner, snack and much more.
When school is out the Trussville Branch provides all day programs. We follow the Trussville City, St Clair County and Jefferson County school calendar when planning all day programs. We will not offer all day programs on Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday after, and MLK Day. We will update the website with information on our all day programs.
The YMCA of the USA requires that all YMCA's throughout the country observe MLK Jr. Day as a holiday, so we will be closed on that day and Fun Club has been cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience.
We require a full 2 week notice for cancellations of any registered dates. Failure to give notice will result in full payment for registered dates. Registration available ONLINE or by appointment only. Click here to register online. Email Fred Hatcher firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to make a registration appointment for holiday Camps.
Special information will be posted about the upcoming All day Program, a week prior to the program.
MISSION: To put Judeo-Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
VISION: We will lead our community to become the healthiest in America.
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