Health & Wellness

Madison Area YMCA to Host Winter Open House Jan. 2-8

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Credits: Madison Area YMCA
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The Madison Area YMCA’s Family Center will host its winter open house week from Tuesday, Jan. 2, through Monday, Jan. 8. The statewide open house is Saturday, Jan. 6.

Visit the YMCA for free and bring your friends, family and neighbors. Join during open house week and have your initiation fee waived. Join on Jan. 6 to be entered into a raffle for a free three-month membership.

Activate more than your core. Strengthen your community. When you join the YMCA, you’re committing to more than simply becoming healthier. You are supporting the values and programs that strengthen our community.

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Winter open house week features no guest fees and free trial memberships that include unlimited use of the fitness center; open lap and family swimming; open gym and open play in Kids Central, the YMCA’s indoor playground for children.

Already a member? Share the YMCA and bring a friend for free. Refer a friend who joins Jan. 2-8 and be entered into a raffle to win a free three-month membership.

For more information about membership or to view the full open house eeek schedule, visit the YMCA’s website at www.madisonareaymca.org. For more than a workout. For a better us.

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