Redlands Family YMCA

group-adults-childrenThe Redlands Family YMCA offers a wide variety of programs for people of all ages. Choose the program you want to learn more about and check dates, times and other information.


Mon-Fri 5:00am to 9:30pm
Sat 7:00am to 6:00pm
Sun 11:00am to 6:00pm



(8 weeks – 12 yrs old)

FREE to Full-Facility Members up to two hours a day!

Mon-Thurs 8am-12pm, 3pm-830pm

Fri 8am-12pm, 4pm-730pm

Sat 7am-12pm

Sun Closed





500 East Citrus Ave.
Redlands, CA 92373
Tel  (909) 798-YMCA (9622)
Fax (909) 335-2007
Email Contact us 


Latest News & Programs

Legal Aid Q&A Meeting

If you ever have questions about family law, this message is you? Ever wonder how long a spouse has to pay spousal support/alimony? Every wonder how you can modify an existing court order and attain full or joint custody? Lastly, every wonder how the court determines what the best interest of the child will be? Well, your YMCA LEGAL AID clinic can provide the answers. This month at the Highland location, the YMCA LEGAL AID STAFF will be introducing to some and re-introducing to others our services plus answering those questions and answering other questions in a Q and A session on July 22nd at 6pm. Attending, will be the current legal aid director and staff. So, save up your questions and bring them to our Q and A session and we will be happy to assist you.


July 22nd at 6 p.m.



7793 Central Ave.
Highland, CA 92346


Summer Splashdown


Beat the summer heat by enjoying a swim in our outdoor pool and racing down our wet and wild waterslides. Drinks and Snacks available for purchase. Register ahead of time!

Friday, August 1st 6:30-8:30pm


FFM: $1 per person

BPM: $3 per person

Non-Member: $5 per person

outdoor pool open!

Come join us this summer in our fantastic outdoor pool.




Our newest program for teens will teach youth to design, build, and operate robots in a variety of challenges.  Our robot kits will allow teens to experiment with different types and designs in an attempt to solve several challenges, including head-to-head competitions and obstacle courses.  Classes will meet 1-2 times per week at each of our branches in Redlands, Highland and San Bernardino.  This program is a great way to increase knowledge of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.), which is becoming more and more necessary for young adults entering college and the workforce.  Plus, you get to build robots!


For more information contact Sam Albrecht at (909) 798-9622,


Healthy Families – Health Education Class (FREE)

Nutritional and physical activity strategies for the family will be covered in a fun and engaging way.  Each class session uses interactive tools to involve the whole family…no boring lectures here! This 7 week program is designed to help families get in shape and feel great!  Brought to you by Beaver Medical Health Education where the goal is to educate, motivate and empower.  Advanced registration required.  See the YMCA front desk front staff to reserve your spot today.


Where: Redlands Family YMCA – AOA Center

Date: Tuesdays – June 17 & 24 and July 1, 8 & 15

Time: 6:00pm

Fee: FREE to the community, no membership required

Youth Running Club

(Ages 9-14)


This program is perfect for the running enthusiast or the person who just wants to move!  Participants will meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30-5:30pm where individuals will perform conditioning skills such as knee highs, heel kicks, ladders, etc. Runners will participate in non-competitive relays, as well as perform distant races.  Participants will meet on the Track in the fitness center the first week of each session; location will vary from week-to-week (schedule will be provided).  Participants will be provided with a light snack following their workout, please provide bottled water.  Sign-up quickly as spacing is limited.


Summer I: June 1-28 (4 weeks) Spring Break Mar 16-22
Summer II: July 6-Aug 2 (4 weeks)
Summer III: Aug 3- 30 (4 weeks)
Fees: $32/$48


For more additional information, please contact Miss Jimi at 909-798-9622 x217or email: Financial assistance is available


Wet Ball

[Water Polo]

Be part of one of the fastest growing sports in the world! Participants will learn the fundamentals of water polo from experienced YMCA coaches.  Practices will focus on team dynamics, ball handling skills, and swimming and treading endurance, while incorporating the YMCA core values. For ages 8-15.

Prerequisites: Have passed the Flying Fish class Or (1) Tread for at least 2 minutes unaided using one or a variety of kicks. (No flutter kick) (2) Proficiently swim a 200 yard freestyle swim. (3) Proficiently swim a 200 yard backstroke

Proficient demonstration of all skills is determined by the ranking coach on the first Saturday of every month.


Days: Saturdays

Times: 1:15-2:15pm

Fees: $30/$48


(3 month commitment required, fees can be drafted from a bank account or credit card)



Martial Arts

Instructor, Mark Ramirez will teach traditional martial arts, a class for learning self-defense in a fun and safe environment.  The classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings on a monthly basis, in the Heritage Room.

Day: Tuesday and Thursday

Time/Age: Children Class: 5-8 years at 6-6:30 pm
Adult Class: 9 years and up at 6:30-8 pm

Fees: $40/63 per four weeks.



“Among the oldest family programs at the Y, parent-child programs have lasted and grown over the years because they offer families a unique opportunity.  One parent and one child spend time together, having fun and sharing experiences that lead to a better understanding of each other and a closer relationship.  They do this within a supportive small community of other one parent-one child pairs, which is their Circle.  Together, parents guide their children through a wide array of experiences aimed at helping children reach their full potential.  And parents grow, too.  The leadership skills they acquire and the friends they make create lasting memories.  Through Adventure Guides, you and your child will grow closer and develop memories and friends to last a lifetime.” – Excerpt from Friends Forever Second Edition, YMCA of the USA

This program is designed for kids in grades 1 through 5 and their parents.  The Program year runs from December through June and may include Winter Camp at Edwards, a Night at the La Brea Tar Pits, Camp Surf, and many other activities.


For more information contact Sam Albrecht at (909) 798-9622,

Parent’s Night Out


Let the YMCA give you a special night to yourself! We will entertain your children with a variety of fun-filled activities. each month has a different theme. We even take care of the dinner! All staff are trained in CPR/First Aid and we are well experienced in caring for your children while ensuring a safe environment. Children must be 3-12 years old and potty trained.


Aug 8 Hide & Glow Seek

Time: 5:30pm-9:30pm

Fee: First child $20 full-facility member/ $28 program member

** Only $10 for each additional child!

Circus Road Shows

In addition to our big annual show held in May, throughout the season our circus performs smaller shows within the community for special events. Our roadshow troupe has performed at Disneyland, Knott’s Berry Farm, numerous malls and special events. Based on the available space we can design a demonstration of a small number of acts that we offer at the Great Y Circus ranging from a 10 minute show to a 45 minute show.


Please contact Tanner Greenhalgh 4-6 weeks prior to your event at (909) 798-9622 x205.


Swim Lessons




Get ready for Summer swim lessons! Our instructors are here to help by teaching the basics of proper technique or to help hone the stroke of a long time swimmer.



2014 Summer Swim Lessons Schedule (Click Here)



AUG SESSION Aug 4-Aug 30
Full facility membership registration: July 21
Program membership registration: July 28
Fees: Tue/Thur or Mon/Wed $40/$63 Sat $27/$42
All classes are 30 minutes in length unless otherwise indicated.
There are no lessons June 30-July 7.



JULY SESSION July 21-July 31
Full facility membership registration: June 16
Program membership registration: June 23
AUG SESSION Aug 4-Aug 14, Aug 18-Aug 28
Full facility membership registration: July 21
Program membership registration: July 28


Fees: Mon-Thur $40/$63
All classes are 30 minutes in length unless otherwise indicated.


Parent/Child I (ages 6 mos – 3 years) Promotes water enrichment with activities such as kicking, bubbles, splashing, submerging with recovery and jumping in and reaching for the wall. Class is done with parent or other trusted adult. Songs and games are utilized to provide a fun learning environment.

Parent/Child II Flotation Skills (ages 6 mos – 18 mos) Designed to teach flotation skills. Skills include relaxing on the back in various positions, floating on the back as well as rolling over from the stomach to the back. The class is taught in a supportive environment with calming songs to help infants learn important skills.

Parent/Child III Swim Skills (ages 14 mos – 3 years) Intended to teach young children to use flotation skills while swimming. Some of the skills taught include kicking on ones back and rolling over on to the back after voluntary submerging. Class uses a fun and supportive environment to teach basic swimming skills.

Preschool I (Pike / ages 3-5) Designed to help swimmers feel more comfortable and confident in and around the water. Emphasizes water safety, kicking, submerged bubble blowing and floating.

Preschool II (Eel / ages 3-5) Designed for children who can independently place their faces in the water. Emphasis on water safety, freestyle, backstroke and water comfort.

Preschool II (Ray / ages 3-5) Designed for swimmers who are comfortable and confident in the water. Swimmers will practice streamlines, front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke and safety skills.

Preschool III (Starfish / ages 3-5) Designed for swimmers who can successfully swim freestyle and backstroke the width of the pool. Swimmers will learn the kicks for breaststroke and butterfly. Swimmers also work on endurance.



Youth I (Polliwog / ages 6-12) Designed for participants with little or no previous water experience. Emphasizes floating, water adjustment, kicking, streamlining and safety.

Youth I (Guppy / ages 6-12) Designed for swimmers who have had minimal swimming experience. Focuses on helping students gain more mobility in the water unassisted. A child must be able to float on his/her back and swim 15 feet independently to participate.

Youth II (Minnow) (ages 6-12) Designed to refine basic swimming skills including rotary breathing for front crawl, breaststroke kick and elementary backstroke. Swimmers will work on building endurance.

Youth III (Fish / ages 6-12) Continues to develop freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly skills. Emphasis will be on stroke refinement, building endurance, treading and flip turns.

Youth III (Flying Fish / ages 6-12) Designed for swimmers who have a strong aquatic knowledge and ability in a variety of strokes. Introduction to butterfly, sidestroke, flip turns and rescue skills. Focus is on technique and advanced skills.

Teen & Adult (ages 13+) Designed for participants age 13 and up. Youth and adult levels are arranged according to ability, not age, providing a focus on the skills that are appropriate for their ability.


San Bernardino and Highland combine Pike and Eel to form Preschool I, Polliwog and Guppy to form Youth I and Fish and Flying Fish to form Youth II.



Register Preschool Swimming Lessons (6 mos-5 yrs) 
Register Youth Swimming Lessons (6 yrs & Up) 
Register Teen/Adult Swimming Lessons (13 yrs & up) 



CPR/First Aid

Ages: 14 and up

Class provides participants with the knowledge and skills to respond to heart and breathing emergencies for adults, children and infants as well as basic first aid. It is not designed for professional rescuers (firefighters, lifeguards, paramedics, nurses, etc…).

Must attend ONE Class


Registration: through start of each class

Session: Aug 2

Days/Times: Sat 9:00am-6:00pm

Cost: $40/Full Facility Member, $50/Basic Program Member, $60 Participant


Register online:

August 2

Register Online Today!



Learn the art of dance and tumbling from our wonderful staff at the Redlands Family YMCA. Our dance program includes predance classes for the preschool age performer, tap, ballet, jazz, hip hop, tumbling, and dance acro from our older students. Participants develop grace, rhythm, and body awareness. Participants also build social awareness and esteem from our program. Boys and girls are welcome!


Summer I: June 1-28 (4 weeks)
Summer II: July 6-Aug 2 (4 weeks)
Summer III: Aug 3-Aug 30 (4 weeks)
Fees: $30/$58 – 1 class per week


For more information about our dance classes, please contact Miss Jimi at 909-798-9622 x217or email: Financial assistance is available



Preschool Soccer Super Skills

(ages 3-6)

Meets Fridays from 6:00-7:00pm. Students learn basics of soccer with a fun mini game at the end of each class. Emphasis on motor development and fundamental skills.

Summer I: March 2-28 (4 weeks)

Summer II: July 7-26 (4 weeks)

Summer III: Aug 4-30 (4 weeks)

Fees: $32/$52


Adventure Day Camp

Your summer vacation destination! ADC Summer 2014 promises to be an exciting season filled with fun, friendship, and summer shenanigans! Our lineup of activities and field trips will transport you from the beach to the stars to jungle and back! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to have blast and make lifelong friends at the YMCA. Weekly activities include recreational sports, art projects, science experiments, music and movement, field trips, learning, and so much more!


Summer Learning Loss Program

Looking to keep your math or language arts skills sharp this summer? Need a couple pointers to get caught up? Trying to find a way to keep the fun in summer at the same time? Adventure Day Camp is proud to announce the return of the Summer Learning Loss Prevention Program. For one hour per day, 4 days per week your camper can get FREE tutoring in either math or language arts, grade level appropriate. Tutoring sessions are held in the mornings on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays and do not interfere with any ADC field trip outings. Last summer the average camper caught up one-half grade level and entered the classroom in the fall more confident in their skills and ready to learn. Want to know more? Come to our parent information meeting on Tuesday, June 10 at 7pm at the Redlands YMCA!


Contact Matt Miller at x206 for more details!


Camp FAQ Form Spring-Summer 2014

Camp Registration Form Spring-Summer 2014


A copy of your child’s immunization records are required to accompany your registration forms at the time you sign up. If you have any questions, please contact Matt Miller, 909-798-9622 x206,


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Volleyball Skills Clinics

(ages 6-17)


Summer Session – Deadline to Register June 14, 2014

Date: June 2 – Aug 16 (10wks)
Fees: $43/$69
Learn the skills of volleyball in a fun, non-competitive environment. Parent involvement is encouraged. Clinic meets Fridays 6:00-7:00pm.


Register Online Today!