YMCA opens summer registration

The air is warm, the sun is out and summer is almost here. And, according to the YMCA of Greenwich, it’s the summer to discover the YMCA’s camps, programs and clinics.

Registration is now open for the YMCA of Greenwich’s summer programs. The summer programs run from June 23 until Aug. 15 and offer a variety of opportunities.

A cornerstone of the YMCA’s summer activities will continue to be swim lessons for all levels and water safety. Participants can choose intensive lesson programs or session long. There are parent/child programs for children as young as six-months and lessons for young swimmers up to age 12.

The YMCA also offers karate, Y Fit Program, Mommy Meet Up Playgroup and family free swims.

The YMCA Summer Day Camp will again be held at the Byram Archibald Neighborhood Center. This program for children between the ages of four and 12 will offer activities throughout the day that focus on enrichment, healthy living and physical activity. Campers will regularly attend swimming lessons at the YMCA’s East Putnam Avenue location, learn about art appreciation through educational trips to local art galleries and take field trips to Todd’s Point where they will learn about biology and ecology as well as enjoy the beach.

Ed Philipp, the YMCA’s CEO, said, “Everyone knows summer is a great time to be a kid. What better way to enjoy summer in Greenwich than through the YMCA great summer program. Swimming, the beach, field trips to an amazing art gallery, these are the types of activities that build lifelong friends. Sign up now and make it a summer of discovery.”

To register for any of the YMCA’s summer programming, stop by the YMCA or visit Gwymca.org. The YMCA can also be reached at 203-869-1630.

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