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Madison Area YMCA Announces New Classes and Late Fall Registration

The Madison Area YMCA, located at 111 Kings Road in Madison, has announced its Late Fall 2011 Session lineup and registration.  Priority Member Registration is ongoing online and in-person, with Open Registration for Non-Members beginning Tuesday, November 15th at 9:00am in-person only.  Special advantages for Madison Area YMCA members include early access to all Y programs and the ability to register for classes online with the Madison Y’s real-time online registration system. 

Late Fall classes begin Monday, November 21st with an exciting lineup of class offerings including Kids Sign Time for ages 7 to 10; Adult Open Gymnastics Work Out for adults to maintain their skills; Barre Toning for adults to tone their physique and mix Ballet with strength and fitness; Sewing for Little Hands for ages 5 to 6 and 9 to 11; Outdoor Survival for grades 6 to 8; Acro for ages 4 to 5 and 6 and up which combines gymnastics with the grace and musicality of dance; Cardio, Cuts and Core blending 20 minutes each of cardio, strength and core; TheatreKids; Mini Hip Hop and Musical Theater Combo for ages 5 to 9; Gentle Yoga for adults and much more.

Whatever sports your child enjoys, the Y is the best place for them to hone their skills and build confidence in a friendly, low pressure atmosphere.  New Sports classes include You’re It for ages 4 to 6 incorporating different games of ‘Tag’ and Parent/Child Tennis for ages 3 to 4.

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In addition to a broad array of programs for adults, the YMCA offers hundreds of specialty classes and numerous competitive team opportunities for children.  The Y is your best source for fitness and learning for every member of your family. Don’t miss out on the fun this late fall. 

Contact Member Services to join the Y in time to register early as a member for late fall classes to ensure the best selection of classes.  Financial Assistance for membership and late fall classes is available for those who qualify.  For additional information, contact Member Services at the Madison Area YMCA at 973-822-YMCA (9622), ext. 2276 or visit the website at 

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