YMCA of Southwest Washington
The YMCA of Southwest Washington of Longview Washington is dedicated to put the principles of love, respect, honesty, responsibility and service into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all individuals and families in our communities. We welcome men and women, boys and girls of all incomes, faiths and cultures.
Saturday, February 20th
YMCA and Lower Columbia College will be showing appreciation for all kids and coaches participating in YMCA youth sports.
All participants are invited to attend the Red Devils women’s and men’s basketball games at 5 and 7 p.m. Those wearing their YMCA sports team t-shirts …
February 13, 2016 6:00-8:00pm
This Valentine’s Day, impress your special someone with a hot and spicy Salsa dance class! Don’t worry if you have “two left feet”! Portland salsa instructors, Daniel Martinez and Jasmine Westmoreland will begin the class by teaching you the basics and once you are warmed up, you will learn a fun spin …
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The YMCA of Southwest Washington mobile app is a convenient way to keep up with your local Y. You can check schedules, receive facility notifications, check out programs and events right from your phone. Download the app for free today for iOS and Android.
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Click below to see the new YMCA of Southwest Washington’s Winter/Spring 2016 Brochure
Cost: 1 Child – $15
2 Children – $25 (Children must live in the same household)
3 or More – $35 (Children must live in the same household)
“Me” times for adults! Y time for kids! Kids between the ages of 6 …
The YMCA due to safety concerns had to remove the original 90 year old chimney. We are restoring the bricks and will be engraving them with donor names to be a permanent patio area out …
The Strong Kids campaign (formally known as Partners with Youth) needs generous support from our YMCA members, businesses, and individuals in our community. It is important to reach those in our community who need help. We can enrich their lives and develop strong leaders for our future by reaching out and giving them a place …