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YMCA of Central Stark County

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

Schedules

AQUATICS:

POOL SCHEDULE- AUGUST 3 - AUGUST 15

SUMMER SWIM LESSONS- SESSION FLYER!

AQUAYOGA STRENGTH SUMMER SESSION FLYER!

FALL 1 SESSION SWIM LESSONS- SESSION FLYER!

AQUA KIDS CLUB- PROGRAM FLYER!

CHILD WATCH:

CHILD WATCH- NOW OPEN!  

CHILD WATCH HOURS:

MONDAY - FRIDAY
8:30am - 11:30am

GROUP EXERCISE:

GROUP EXERCISE SCHEDULE- AUGUST 10 - AUGUST 15

GYMNASIUM:

GYMNASIUM HOURS:

MONDAY - FRIDAY
12:00pm - 6:00pm


PHASE ONE GUIDELINES FOR POOLS:
  • All members are encouraged to wash hands and/or sanitize upon entry to the facility.
  • Lap swim only
  • Lanes may be shared by 2 swimmers at a time, as long as both parties are in agreement
  • A 30 minute time limit may be implemented during peak times
  • No Y equipment will be available for use
  • Individual locker rooms are open for use
  • Sauna and whirlpool are CLOSED at this time


 PHASE ONE GUIDELINES FOR GROUP EXERCISE:
  • All members are encouraged to wash hands and/or sanitize upon entry to the facility.
  • All members should bring their own water bottles & mats.  Please clean and sanitize any equipment before and after use.  
  • Class sizes are limited.
  • Please check in at the Membership Desk when you arrive to reserve your spot. You may call ahead, same day, to hold your spot as well. For those that have not checked in, a reserved spot will be released five minutes before class to those present and on a waiting list.
  • Social distancing spots will be indicated on the floor on where to stand for our studio classes.
  • If weather permits, classes may be moved outside to accommodate more members at the instructor’s discretion.


PHASE ONE GUIDELINES FOR GYMS:
  • All members are encouraged to wash hands and/or sanitize upon entry to the facility.
  • 1-2 people per hoop (please keep 6 feet apart and rebound your own ball)
  • Family units are able to share a ball and utilize a hoop together
  • There will be no pick-up games at this time or any other game that involves sharing of a basketball
  • Drinking fountains are not available; please bring your own water
  • No congregating in the gym; after shooting around members must exit the Gymnasium
  • When using the Gymnasium please make sure you are staying at least 6 feet apart from other members


PHASE ONE GUIDELINES FOR CHILD WATCH:
  • All members are encouraged to wash hands and/or sanitize upon entry to the facility.
  • Temperature checks will be required via a non-contact thermometer before each child enters the Child Watch area. If a temperature is 99.5 or higher, the child will not be admitted.

  • Parents will be asked to use hand sanitizer before signing in/out their child. Pens will be sanitized regularly.

  • Children must wash hands immediately upon arrival.

  • Child Watch Attendants will conduct a self-health assessment and a temperature check before working. If a temperature is 99.5 or higher, staff will be sent home. Staff will wear a mask at all times.

  • If anyone in your family has been experiencing signs or symptoms of COVID-19, such as: cough, shortness of breath/difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, or new loss of taste or smell, please do not enter the facility.

  • If diapering is required, parents will be called. YMCA Child Watch Attendants are not permitted to change diapers.

  • A max of 9 children are allowed in Child Watch at a time. A one-hour time limit is in effect so we can accommodate as many members as possible.

  • High touch point areas, toys and the restroom are cleaned regularly and sanitized at the end of each shift.


PHASE ONE GUIDELINES FOR RACQUETBALL:
  • All members are encouraged to wash hands and/or sanitize upon entry to the area and after use.

  • Please clean and sanitize any equipment before and after use.

  • Members should bring their own water bottles, goggles, racquets and racquetballs. Y equipment is not available at this time.

  • 1-2 people per court as long as both parties are in agreement to using the court together.

  • No touch rule is in effect. All individuals must avoid physical contact with others including high fives or other close contact before, during and after play.

  • Family units are able to share and utilize a court together.

  • No congregating in the courts or hallways. After using the court, members must exit the racquetball area.

  • A 30-minute time limit may be implemented during peak times.

Front Entrance