Rye YMCA Blog


Holiday Schedule

There are no youth or registered classes December 24-January 3.


Families Play Free Week

December 29-31 and January 2-3
Free to Rye Y Members and their guests.
Click here for calendar of classes and activities
Click here to register


December Vacation Clubs

December 26-31 and January 2-3: Register now for a great vacation for your child at the Y – choose from Fun Club, Basketball, Gymnastics, STEAM and Teen Fitness!  New this year – Pre-school vacation club for ages 3-5.
Click here for brochure
Click here to register


2020 Summer Camp Guide

Click here to view 2020 Summer Camp Guide
Registration starts Jan. 2 for Returning campers/siblings & Jan. 8 for all campers.


Thanksgiving Swim

Saturday, November 30 – Swim for two great causes!
Click here for details


Rye Y Lifeguard Classes starting in December

Register now for lifeguard training classes are starting in December!

Lifeguard Training Review: 12/1 – 10am-6pm – DetailsRegister
Lifeguard Certification: 12/26 (12pm-8pm), 12/27 (12pm-8pm), 12/28 (10am-6pm)  Details.  Register.


Togetherhood Community Service

Between August 2014 and September 2019, over 275 volunteers of all ages participated in 24 Togetherhood community service projects. Watch this video to see the impact we’re making!


Halloween Carnival Slide Show


Winter/Spring 2020 Program Guide

Our new 2020 Program Guide is now online.
Click here to view. 
Registration for Session 3 starts with Rollover Week: January 8-12
Member Registration starts Jan. 15; Non-Member Registration starts Jan. 17

2020 Program guide


Rye Y Story Project

What Story Do You Want to Tell?

Voices from the Community: The 8th Annual Rye Y Story Project
Monday, October 14 – Friday, October 18
Visit our story booth in the lobby, mornings until 11:30am. An interviewer will also be available Monday evening October 21 until 8pm. If these times are not convenient for you, please email lisa@ryeymca.org for an appointment or submit a story and photo online.

Click here to learn more about the Rye Y Story Project and read stories from past exhibits.