We welcome and encourage you to join the Sammamish Y’s new Beginning Spin Class 101!
If you’ve always wanted to try spinning but couldn’t get past all those people already spinning away on their bikes – this (Y-members-only) class is for you!
Give your little ones (ages 2.5 to 4) an opportunity to try out some new sports and burn some energy (hallelujah!) during our FREE monthly drop-in Sports Stations clinics.
Through a rotation of activities, like shooting hoops and
The Sammamish Y is eager to offer both the public and our members “Building a Trauma-Informed Home” – a 12-part series with stand-alone sessions that prepare those connected with children and youth to teach them how to respond to challenges. This training series is great for caregivers, family members, professionals and other connected adults of children and youth affected by trauma.
Please bring your donations of new and very gently used gloves into the Sammamish Y now through Friday, Jan. 26th. You can also easily donate with the click of a few buttons by visiting the Amazon wishlist they created for the Union Gospel Mission: http://a.co/2eskg56
“As part of earning the Rosie
The Sammamish Y is partnering with Stagecraft Theater to host technical theater classes at the CWU campus beginning Monday, Jan. 22nd.
Students in grades 7 through 12 will learn
Since 1986, the third Monday of January has been reserved to commemorate the birthday, life and legacy of one of our nation’s greatest leaders, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Although MLK Day is a national holiday, the ways in which people choose to celebrate are endless. Many
Looking at retirement in the near future? Join George Mobbs, a certified retirement coach at Authentic Retirement, in his class on Jan.11 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Sammamish Y, as he shares ways to enjoy a “new retirement” – a new way to enjoy retirement characterized by ongoing personal growth, fulfillment, and purposeful engagement.
“Achieving the new retirement doesn’t happen by accident,” Mobbs says. “It
Want to create a love of cooking in your little one? Your Sammamish Y can help!
We offer Storybook Cooks – a specialty cooking program for children ages 4 to 6 (Pre-K and Kindergarten). The classes include story time,
a themed make-and-take cooking project that relates to the story, and a group game or craft.
The Active Older Adults (AOA) group has a new monthly knitting club!
When: The second Wednesday of each month, beginning January 10
Time: 10:30 – 11:30 am
Place: Sammamish YMCA, Rotary Room
Bring your current project for an hour of social