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Free Fridays at the YMCA

Experience all the Madison Area YMCA has to offer on Fridays now through Aug. 29—for free. The Madison Area YMCA welcomes you to the facility to work out in the Fitness Center or take a group exercise class. While you’re here, visit our newly renovated state-of-the-art locker rooms and sauna.

You might even catch up with a friend at the Y! We offer babysitting services at Kids Central, our indoor playground, until 12:30 p.m. on Fridays while you work out. After 12:30 p.m., we have Open Play for you and your children to enjoy—monkey bars, a zipline and slides are part of the fun! The Madison Area YMCA offers hundreds of specialty classes for all ages, and numerous competitive team opportunities for children to practice and develop good sportsmanship, experience being part of a team and realize their potential while in a healthy and safe environment. Financial assistance may be available. For additional information, contact Member Services at the Madison Area YMCA, located at 111 Kings Road in Madison, call 973-822-9622 or visit With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, strengthening communities is our cause. At the Madison Area YMCA, we don’t just strengthen bodies, we strengthen community.

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