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Melrose Family YMCA Spring I Session Starts March 3rd

MELROSE, MA- As the snow begins to melt and the warm weather rounds the corner the Y encourages children, adults, and seniors to get out and try something new this spring. 

The Melrose Family YMCA is offering a variety of programs in the Spring I Session from enrichment classes, to sports, fitness, and swim lessons.   Kids and teens can choose from classes like Zumba Kids (8-12 years), Intro to Youth Cycle (11-14 years), Mini All Stars (3-5 years), Track and Field (3-14 years), Lacrosse (6-9 years), and Woodworking (6-8 years).

Adults that are training for a triathlon or road race this spring can try out Triathlon Club or Treadmill to Track. For those of you that need some help staying on track with your New Year’s resolution, the very popular Team Training Challenge is a great way to stay motivated.  In this 8 week program participants will enjoy presentations from a nutritionist and workouts in a team setting with a personal trainer. 

Seniors can also get moving and keep moving this spring with Young At Heart.  This program is specifically designed as an “at your own pace” exercise program for active older adults.

Registration for the Melrose Y Spring I session is currently open.  The Spring I Session runs from Monday, March 3 to Sunday, April 20.  For more information about the Melrose Family YMCA Spring I Session call 781-665-4660 or visit www.ymcametronorth.org to register for classes and download the Spring Session brochure.

 

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The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Melrose Family YMCA welcomes men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors.

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