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Adult Sports & Recreation

It's not just kids stuff. We believe sports, recreation, fun and exploring new interests aren't just for the young. Along with improving health, whenever teamwork is involved, there's the added benefit of being connected to others. That's why you'll find a range of recreational activities at the Y. With something to offer everyone, there's no such thing as being too old to get in the game.

Download the program guide for a complete list of programs.


Morning or Noon Ball - Come morning or noon to play powerful pick-up games with rotation on/off the court

Mens Basketball League: Enjoy competitive 5 on 5 basketball the way it was meant to be, played with hustle, teamwork, and sportsmanship.  Either create your own team or sign up and be placed on a team.  Approximately 8-10 games a season with single elimination playoffs. Check the current program guide for session details. SCHEDULE/RESULTS

TEEN HOOPS: Join us Friday nights for pick up basketball games. For teens.


Stop reminiscing about your glory days and get your cleats out of the old box.  Sign up a team for this non-contact, 8 on 8, field goal kicking, full length field, competitive league.  Minimum of 5 games and post-season.  Teams consist of a minimum of 8 players and a maximum of 15.  You must sign your team up before October 1st. Team roster form will be given out when paying for team fee. This form must be turned in before the first game. Download the the program guide for more information.


Handball Tournament - Format depends on number of entries. Emphasis on good, hard play and lots of fun afterwards. Download the the program guide for more information.


Mens League: Play 6-on-6 in this fast-paced soccer league.  Round Robin league with playoffs. Check the current program guide for session details.  Register Online!

Womens League: Open to the first 12 teams that sign up.  Get a group of friends and come participate and stay active in a competitive, fast and friendly environment. Check the current program guide for session details. Register Online!


Classes in Goju Ryu karate include: basic techniques taught in detail, physical conditioning, exercises tailored to karate application, kata, prescribed forms that emphasize correct technique, balance, timing, speed, and power; applications of kata as self-defense, free sparring, controlled with light contact, dojo etiquette, polite behavior in martial arts practice, history and traditions of karate. Curriculum emphasize physical technique, conditioning, mental toughness, and practical self-defense.  It will not include meditation. Sign up at the front desk.


Drop in to play this fast paced paddle sport. Enjoy a great workout while having fun with other Y members.
Played Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; check the program guide for times. Free to Y Members.


Racquetball League - There will be separate leagues for those interested in participating in a Racquetball League. All levels welcome. $10/Player. Check the current program guide for session details. Register Online!

Racquetball - Enjoy the sport of racquetball that originally got its start at a YMCA. Racquetball is a fast-paced sport that is easy to learn and play. Free to Y Members


Join the Y for a trip to Bluewood. Spots are limited so sign up early! The Y will provide transportation to Bluewood for those who wish to ski or snowboard.Bring a lunch or purchase food at the ski lodge.


This is for anyone who has a desire to play a challenging game with other members and share a laugh or two. All levels welcome.
Played on Mondays/Wednesdays from 7:30-9:30 pm. Free to Y Members.

Wii Bowling

Haven’t bowled in years? Have never bowled? Body not able to withstand physical demands of conventional bowling? Want to try something new that is not only fun but helps with hand-eye coordination, range of motion and balance, is good exercise and a good opportunity for socializing? Wii bowling is for you! Nintendo Wii is an interactive video game system that responds to human motion, not just button pushing. Join the camaraderie, as well as the competition with others as you socialize while you bowl. The sport itself is very challenging and Wii bowling is comparable to actual bowling.
Played on Fridays from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. $5/Member Register Online!

The Y is committed to providing programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all. We make every effort to ensure that no child is turned away due to inability to pay. Click to read more about our financial assistance.