North Suburban YMCA

YMCA hosts Winter Wonderland

Hot Cocoa MugBrr... It's cold outside.  Wondering where to go to get out of the Wind and cold? Trying to thaw out but having trouble? Why not come to the North Suburban YMCA located at 137 lexington street this coming saturday from 4:00-6:00 for some warmth and hot chocolate ?  They will have games, crafts, face-painting, and other fun activities for people of all ages.

YMCA's Winter Session is Starting

YMCA logoKick off the New Year with great programs for the entire family at the North Suburban YMCA in Woburn. Registration for the Winter 2009 session starts Wednesday, Dec. 17.  Little ones try out classes like Kiddie Cooking (3-5 years), Jr. Celtics Little Hoopsters (3-5 years), and Creative Movement (2-3 years).  Youths have a great time with your friends playing in our new Dodgeball Extreme Class for children 7 to 10 years old or make your own jewelry for the holidays with Jammin’ Jewelry (6-12 years).  Adults burn off those holiday meals with Ready…Set…Go! This great new class will allow you to choose the length of your workout and will change up your exercise routine with circuit intervals. Winter sports enthusiasts register for Winter Sports Conditioning and target specific muscles that will help you excel in winter sports like skiing, ice skating, and snowboarding.  Winter Session classes start on Monday, Jan. 5.

Pizza with Santa at the North Suburban YMCA

santa's boot pizzaThe Big Man himself will be coming down this Saturday evening from 4:30 to 6:30PM, straight from the North Pole to share pizza with our littlest members. So come  to the North Suburban YMCA at 137 Lexington Street and visit Santa!  Join all the elves and helpers for pizza, games and crafts in the gym!  Fun, crafts and Santa are provided!(pizza is extra)  The event is free for those with Family memberships, $10/family for single memberships, and $20/family for non-members  You can register at the North Suburban YMCA welcome center for this fun and exciting Holiday event!

Giving Tree

christmas treeThe North Suburban YMCA located at 137 Lexington Street, in partnership with Social Capital Inc. and AmeriCorps, is once again playing host to a giving tree.  If you or anybody you know is in need of some help this holiday season stop by the YMCA to let the SCI members there know and to pick up some more information. You can also stop by the YMCA to pick up a item off of the tree and find out what to do with your special pick. The tags on the tree will have the persons name, their age, and what they would like to get for the holidays. What you as a giver will do is pick a tag off of the tree and buy the item that is on the tag or something close to it and bring it back to the YMCA so we can wrap it for the recipient.  The tags on the tree will either be in the shape of a book for the gift of a book, the shape of a teddy bear for an animal gift or in the shape of a sock or other shape of a piece of clothing for a article of clothing. 

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