The 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
(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
ADDRESS & PHONE:
500 East Citrus Ave.
Latest News & Programs
Healthy Kid’s Day
HIGHLAND REDLANDS SAN BERNARDINO
Healthy Kid’s Day is the nation’s largest health day, brining children and families together and providing the education, activities and experiences that teach good health and foster connections through fitness, healthy foods, sports, fun and shared interest. As a result, youth and families achieve greater health and well being for the thier spirit, mind and body. Join us and YMCA’s around the world for a fun filled day of family activities that are absolutely FREE to the everyone in the community!
Date: Saturday, April 26
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Fee: None – FREE to the everyone in the community!
“Lights, Camera, Dance!”
Please support the Redlands Family YMCA’s youth dance program, where they will demonstrate their talents as they leap, spin, flip, and “bust a move”. The dance program begins at 6:00pm and concludes with an awards ceremony. Your donation of $3 for adults and $2 for youth (ages 2-12) will entitle you to a free beverage at the concession stand. Advance Ticket sales are available at the front desk beginning March 31st.
Date: Thursday, May 15
Time: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Fee: $3 adults and $2 youth (ages 2-12)
Youth Running Club
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.
Winter I: Mar 2-Apr 5 (4 weeks) Spring Break Mar16-22
Winter II: Apr 6-May 3 (4 weeks)
Winter III: May 4-May 31 (4 weeks)
For more additional information, please contact Miss Jimi at 909-798-9622 x217or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Financial assistance is available
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.
Starting: March 8, 2014
(3 month commitment required, fees can be drafted from a bank account or credit card)
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 beginning on Feb 4th running 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.
Stress Management – Health Education Class
Brought to you by Beaver Medical – Help Identify sources of stress in your life and work. Learn how to recognize symptoms of stress and how you can manage daily stress with fun and easy techniques. Each class is four sessions long and taught by Health Educator Elena Butoiu, CHES.
Where: REDLANDS FAMILY YMCA – Heritage Room
Date: March 19 and 26, April 2 and 9
Fee: FREE to the community, no membership required
“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.
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.
March 14 – You’re my Lucky Charm
April 11 – Rabbit Run
May 9 – Under the Big Top
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.
Model Legislature & Court
(9th through 12th Graders)
California YMCA youth & Government’s Model Legislature & Court (ML/C) has been the state’s premier youth leadership and civic development program since 1948. The ML/C creates a six-month learn-by-doing experience that teaches the values of democracy by bringing together a cross-section of the state’s high school students. This program provides them with the opportunity to experience government first-hand and to learn how to solve community problems through the democratic process as well as debate and discuss issues with their peers from throughout California.
Contact Matt Miller 798-9622 x206 for information on your local YMCA ML/C
Dates: This program has ended for the 2013-2014 and will began again in August 2014