Come to the YMCA for free on Labour Day!
Come spend the day with us for free! Hope to see you soon.
Weight-Room etiquette is basically the same at every gym or club. At the YMCA we like to base our etiquette on four core values displayed prominently in every location across Calgary and Canada alike. Following the basic idea of these core values both personally and within the facility allows all members to show one another the kindness of these core values in our workout areas.
Honesty – Personal – Listen to your body and acknowledge what your limits are; push yourself to those limits. Hitting below won’t give you the results you desire, and above may lead to injury. Facility – There isn’t a sign-up for our cardio machines as there once was, but we do ask that members honor the 30-minute maximum during busy or peak times when someone could be waiting.
Caring – Personal – Care for yourself by eating well, sleeping well, and creating a wellness balance in your life. Facility – allow others to work-in between your sets. Working together can help build new relationships and friendships within our YMCA community.
Respect – Personal – Acknowledge that you are being the best version of yourself and stop comparing yourself to others. Cherish the uniqueness that is you! Facility – wipe down equipment after use, no one wants to use equipment that hasn’t been cleaned! The staff and volunteer team has a cleaning list that covers all equipment in the gym and we do our best to keep things are clean as possible for member use.
Responsibility – Personal – Hold yourself accountable, don’t blame external forces if you stumble. It happens to everyone; own it and move past it. Facility – Clean up after yourself; put weights away, cable attachments back to where they belong, and take pride in being part of our YMCA community.
The YMCA prides itself on delivering four core values in our every day engagements. As a member of the YMCA, we hope that you feel those core values every time you are in our facilities, as well as paying it forward to one another.
Come to the YMCA for free on Father’s Day!
A day dedicated to all dads, granddads and even furbaby dads. Thank you for all that you do!
Happy Father’s Day!
Come to the YMCA for free on Mother’s Day!
A day dedicated to all moms, grandmoms, and even furbaby moms. Thank you for all that you do!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Come to the YMCA for free on Easter Sunday!
Spend the day at the Y on us. Hope to see you soon.
Spring Program Registration is now open to everyone!
YMCA Calgary offers a variety of programs to accommodate all children, youth, adults and families. You do not need to be a YMCA member to sign-up for our programs. We strive to serve the community by offering programs to promote healthy lifestyles, strong families, and positive youth development to help build healthy spirit, mind and body for all.
>>SPRING/SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDES<<
Gray Family Eau Claire YMCA
Melcor YMCA at Crowfoot
South Health Campus YMCA
|2016 Spring Session||Feb 22, 2016||Mar 7, 2016|
|2016 Summer Session||Feb 22, 2016||June 6, 2016|
HOW TO REGISTER
Click the link below to register for Programs, view and change your YMCA account information (including linked memberships) and access your receipts.
New to online registration?
As a member, you ALREADY have an account. Contact your YMCA location for your login information or access Member Zone and Click Login > Forgot login information? to get started.
Please note: Members on Financial Assistance will not be able to receive a discounted rate on Programs through Member Zone. Please call or visit your YMCA location to register for programs.
Looking for an exciting Friday Night Activity? Why not register for our Grade 6 Dodgeball Tournament in March!
Teams of 6 will compete against each-other in 3 minute rounds to battle for the Ultimate Title. Participants are welcome to sign up as a team or as individuals.
All participants will receive a participation acknowledgement.
The tournament will run 6:00-8:30 PM on Friday, March 4th. Four different, yet fast-paced variations of dodgeball will be played throughout the night. Instructions will be explained on the day of the tournament but are also available below.
If you are interested in joining us for this challenge, you can click below to download our dodgeball registration form and rules.
Be sure to drop by your home branch to hand in your form and register.
Alternatively, you can contact your Branch youth team for more information.
Bring your game face and we will see you there!
“People, especially kids, deserve every opportunity to live healthy and active lives…”
RBC is investing $250,000 in YMCA Swim to Survive, a proven and effective drowning prevention program delivered at YMCA Calgary. As part of the establishment of the RBC Active for Life Fund, RBC’s gift will enable Saddletowne YMCA in the Genesis Centre for Community Wellness to teach more children in Calgary’s diverse northeast neighbourhoods fundamental, water-based skills to survive if they fall into water.
YMCA Calgary has recognized RBC for this commitment to community safety by naming the leisure pool at the Saddletowne YMCA as the RBC Leisure Pool.
Helene Weir, YMCA Calgary’s President and CEO, says RBC’s gift demonstrates a shared commitment to keeping children safe, especially those from new Canadian families who may be less familiar with deep water. “This gift could literally save lives,“ Weir says. “RBC is showing tremendous leadership in enabling the YMCA to help a generation of kids understand the importance of water safety.”
RBC’s donation will also allow YMCA to invest in support, training and programming around physical literacy for children.
“People, especially kids, deserve every opportunity to live healthy and active lives, and we believe that physical literacy is an important part of achieving that,” says Jeff Boyd, Regional President, RBC. “We’re humbled to have the opportunity to support Active for Life and help kids build the confidence they need to enjoy sports safely.”
Brigitte Edwards, General Manager, Saddletowne YMCA, sees an opportunity to affect thousands of Calgary kids positively. “If we can help kids learn these skills when they are young, there’s a much better chance they will remain physically active throughout their lives,” she explains.
“Thank you to RBC for trusting in the YMCA to deliver on our promise to the community,” says Ian Dundas, Co-Chair of the Power of Potential campaign cabinet. “This support will go a long way towards engaging more young people, helping them reach their full potential – the anchor purpose of our campaign.”
Today marks the YMCA Strong Kids kick-off for the year! Lots of fun & exciting activities happening across Calgary supporting children and youth!
YMCA Megathon is happening today at Shawnessy YMCA, Saddletowne YMCA and South Health Campus YMCA! Be sure to visit them dressed as your favourite superhero.
Cycle for YMCA Strong Kids
Next week on March 7, the Gray Family Eau Claire YMCA will be hosting Cycle for Strong Kids event. Get on a bike and raise money for kids.
Learn about YMCA Strong Kids
Stop by Melcor YMCA at Crowfoot to learn how YMCA Strong Kids supports your community.
Can’t make any of these events?
You can still support kids and youth by donating online.
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