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  1. Firecracker Fun Run & Kids Parade
    Registration is now open. The Family YMCA is hosting its annual Firecracker 5K Family Fun Run on Saturday, July 4. The 5K is open to all ages that want to walk, run, or jog in this festive event. Prizes will go to the top male and female finishers in Youth, Adult, Adult 60+, and Dog Jogger. The best Costumed Participant will win Bagels-for-a-Year from Ruby K's. All participants will get the annual Fun Run t-shirt and are eligible to win random door prizes.
    The 5K race route starts in the YMCA parking lot, turns north on 15th to Canyon, west on Canyon to the Aquatic Center, continues west on Canyon to Diamond St., U-turns at the crosswalk and returns to the Y along same route running with traffic.
    The cost is $30, or $20 for Y members, and $10 for Youth (under 14). Early registration prior to July 4 at the Y, 1450 Iris Street, is encouraged as the cost to register on race day is $5 more. Race day check-in on July 4 is from 7:15-7:45am and the race starts at 8:00 am.
    Volunteers are needed to help with set-up and take-down, registration check-in, traffic control and to help award prizes, and will be given race t-shirts as a thank-you.
    Come to the Y to register for the race, or to volunteer, or call 662-3100 for more information.

    Our Annual July 4th Kids Parade is Saturday (7/4/15) at 10am. Kids and kids at heart are asked to meet at the "elephant statue" at Ashley Pond. The parade will start shortly after 10am. The route will take marchers along Central Avenue to 15th Street, ending at the Y. The parade concludes with a flag raising ceremony performed by the American Legion. Walkers, bikes, trikes and dogs on leashes (current with their vaccinations) are welcome! Show your spirit in dress and decorations! The Annual July 4th Kids Parade is sponsored by Los Alamos National Bank and the Los Alamos Medical Center. For more information call the Y at 662-3100.
    [Posted: June 30, 2015]
  1. July 3 & 4 Hours
    Friday July 3rd, our main facility will be open 10am-6pm. Child Watch, Climbing Wall and Y Express Closed. Main facility classes held between the hours of 10am and 6pm will be held; 10:30am SilverSneakers, 12:05pm Step & 1:05pm PowerUp.

    Saturday, July 4th our main facility will be open 8am-3pm with our regular fitness class schedule.
    Firecracker 5K Fun run Check-in at 7-7:45am Race begins at 8am.
    Kids Parade FREE to the Public Meet at the Elephant at Ashley Pond at 10am. Parade begins at 11am. After the parade there will be a flag-raising Ceremony led by American Legion Post 90, Games, prizes and snacks. Come join the fun.
    [Posted: June 25, 2015]
  1. *NEW DATE***6th Annual Ed Griggs Memorial Golf Classic
    Friday, July 10 at Los Alamos Golf Course. Proceeds benefit our Annual Campaign. Sign Up Now!
    [Posted: June 16, 2015]
  1. Los Alamos Youth Leadership (LAYL) Registration
    The orientation will now be August 15th and the deadline for signing up has been set for July 31st. Click here for Registration Form
    [Posted: June 30, 2015]
  1. YMCA Earth Service Corps
    YMCA Earth Service Corps is an innovative service-learning Summer program that gives Middle School youth the opportunity to develop leadership skills and create a more sustainable future. Committed youth, YMCA staff, and adult volunteers work together to plan and carry out service learning projects that promote positive environmental and social change. Youth develop as leaders, learn about the environment, get involved with their communities and, most importantly, LEARN BY DOING! Participating in YESC is a unique opportunity for youth and adults to work together to improve their communities. Adults act as mentors and advisors to the youth as they work side-by-side on environmental projects. Youth have fun and earn Service Learning Hours while working towards a healthier tomorrow. The mission of the YMCA Earth Service Corps is to empower students to become effective, responsible, global citizens by providing opportunities for environmental education and action, leadership development, and cross-cultural awareness. The Family YMCA's Summer YES Corps program is for youth entering 7th and 8th grade who are ready to develop and practice leadership skills, learn about constructive environmental projects, foster social awareness and open-mindedness through cross cultural experiences, and be engaged in our community by doing hands-on collaborative service projects with our partners. Each of the 8 weeks of YES Corps will have a different service project focus located at a variety of work sites in and around our community. Youth may sign up for any or all of the weeks this summer, but must attend and participate from 8:00am-noon each day Monday-Thursday during the weeks selected. Each week has a limit of 10 participants. There may be occasional Friday field trips/excursions at an additional cost, details TBA. Training and Orientation for all participants on June 5th 1-6pm. Registration is now open. Space is limited. WHO: Girls & Boys entering 7th-8th grade DAYS: Mon - Thurs TIME: 8:00am - 12:00pm SEASON: June 8 - July 30 (+June 5 for all) COST: $75 per week
    [Posted: May 27, 2015]
  1. More Than A Gym
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    [Posted: May 26, 2015]
  1. Prime to Y member EFT
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    [Posted: December 16, 2014]
  1. Our HAPPY Golf Classic Video
    Click here to see.
    [Posted: May 29, 2014]
  1. Y Opens Class Site in White Rock
    The Family YMCA will begin offering classes April 7 at their new site located at 106-A Longview in White Rock. The White Rock YMCA will be open to Y members as a program and group fitness site. Yoga will be the inaugural class offering and will be held on Monday and Wednesdays starting at 5:30 pm. Additional fitness classes will be offered in White Rock pending demand and the availability of instructors. White Rock class participants must be Y members; memberships will not be sold at the White Rock location but can be secured at the Y's main facility. To help celebrate the opening and in support of helping a student complete practicum hours, the Y will be hosting free Swedish or Deep Tissue Therapeutic Massages at this location on Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27. Massages will also be available in Los Alamos on Saturday and Sunday April 19 and April 20. Y Members can call the Y to reserve a massage time at 662-3100.
    [Posted: March 28, 2014]
  1. Reach and Rise Mentor Video
    Watch it now!
    [Posted: March 5, 2014]
  1. Reach and Rise
    Reach and Rise Mentoring Program is now accepting applications for mentors! Click here for more information.
    [Posted: March 4, 2014]
  1. Give The Gift of Health
    Gift cards are now available. Gift cards in any amount may be used towards membership, programs, lockers or Y merchandise throughout the year.
    [Posted: December 5, 2013]
  1. Y Express Ad

    Click here to see our awesome Y Express Ad!
    [Posted: May 31, 2013]

 

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