Saturday, October 15, 2016
Early Registration until October 7, 2016

Due to re-surfacing the gymnasium floors starting August 16th  the gym will be CLOSED  until August 23rd for individuals to use.  this only effects the gym,  the rest of the facility will be open as usual.   THANK YOU For your patience.  

Kalona Fall 
Time: After School - 6:00pm
Age: Kindergarten -5th grade
Cost: $175/mo or $11 day (drop  in)
Location: Kalona Elementary
Director, Joe Fernau 
Register at Washington YMCA  319-653-2141 or 121  E Main St  in Washington

Working in partnership with the Mid Prairie Players and Coaches
Grades 3-4 at 9:00am-9:45am ·
Grades K-2 at 8:00-8:45am 
Saturday mornings, September 3  - 24

 Kalona Downtown Celebration
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament and Skills Challenge
Kalona City Park  • Saturday August 27th
Registration at 9am, Games at 10am
Age groups:  1st & 2nd- Skills Challenge
3rd & 4th - 3 on 3  • 5th & 6th - 3 on 3
7th & 8th -3 on 3
Boys and Girls! Games will be officiated!
T-Shirts to champions!   Questions? Contact Marcus Hall at Kalona YMCA
319-656-2400    kalonay@washington.org

at the YMCA 
Group Fitness Classes
YMCA Group Fitness Class Descriptions and Levels

Washington Power Lifting Competition
Sat., Sept. 17
Sat., Sept. 17



For Boys and Girls, Ages 4-18,
Games/Practice Location: 625 W 18th St, Washington. 
For More Information Contact: Gabi Lopez (319) 621-9069 or Heather Perez (319) 461-4328 

Washington After School and Kid Konnection
Contact Shalon at 653 -3315
to get registered.  

 Working in partnership with the Mid Prairie Players and Coaches

Grade: Pre-K (must be 4 years old by Sept. 1)          


Aug. 26th 3:30pm-7pm

Aug. 27th 10:30am-12pm

Sept. 2nd 4pm-7pm

Sept.3rd 10:30am-12pm.

(these dates and times at  the Wellman YMCA front desk only)

 Wellman Pre-K Soccer Registration 2016

Grades K-5     


Aug. 26th 3:30pm-7pm  

Aug. 27th 10:30am-12pm

Sept. 2nd 4pm-7pm  

Sept. 3rd 10:30am-12pm

(these dates and times at  the Wellman YMCA front desk only)

 Contact Information

Our Mission

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.

Our Cause

At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. We believe that lasting personal and social change can only come about when we all work together to invest in our kids, our health and our neighbors. That's why we focus our work in three areas: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

The Y’S Beliefs

We believe that when we devote our full strength to the Y’s mission and cause, work in partnership with others, and build on our history of innovation, we can address the most pressing issues of our time unlike any other organization.

We believe all people have potential.

We believe active and connected families make for active and connected communities.

We believe in a holistic approach to development, promoting healthy spirit, mind, and body.

We believe that in a diverse world, we are stronger when we are inclusive and our doors are open to all.

We believe in honoring our mission, living our cause, acting in accordance with our values, and placing the greater good above self.



Help Kids and Families Reach Their Full Potential.

All kids need is a safe and productive place to release their energy and discover their potential.

Where do kids go when there's no where to go?

What do they do when there's nothing to do?
The Y is America's community space ----- recreation, education, nutrition, a place to belong, camp and outdoor exploration, character development and much more.
Kids will be kids, and idle hands will get to work one way or another, But if we give kids a place to go where they can b safe, where they can be curious, where they can be kids, then they're capable of amazing things. That place is the place.
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