YMCA offers new winter programs

The holidays may be over but the YMCA of Greenwich has plenty of fun-filled programming to get you through the winter.

The winter programming includes seven new courses with an emphasis on healthy living, youth programs and aquatics to promote a healthier, more active lifestyle.

“It is going to be a vibrant 2013 at the YMCA of Greenwich and we want everyone to be a part of it,” said Ed Philipp, CEO of the YMCA. “2013 marks our 97th year serving the Greenwich community. With our renovations complete we now have 40% more programmable space and this will allows us to offer programs the community wants like teen pilates, kiddies crafts and boxing. So sign up today and give the gift of healthy living this holiday season.”

Registration began Dec. 17 for the YMCA’s Winter programming in youth development, healthy living, aquatics and social responsibility. The programs run from Jan. 7 until March 24. New programs include teen pilates, sports sampler, kiddie crafts, bridge for all ages, adult fencing, boxing in private and small group training and healing touch.

In addition to the new programming, the YMCA is offering more than 22 youth development programs, 46 healthy living programs and social responsibility programs, including Red Cross courses. Their winter aquatics program will also be in full swing, including swim school, Marlins swim team, Marlins diving club, Greenwich Aquatics water polo, Master’s level programs and adult aquatics.

For more information call the YMCA at 203-869-1630 or visit greenwichymca.org.

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