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Free Fridays: YMCA opening its doors at all four Ys every Friday in March and April!

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) — The Milwaukee Y will open its doors at all four of its centers for free every Friday in March and April, beginning Friday, March 6th and ending Friday, April 24th.

Each Center will provide programming and educational opportunities for kids, families and adults to get healthier. The Milwaukee Ys FREE Fridays will include open swim and open gym times, wellness consults, and activities such as Jump-In basketball, Rainbow Rompers, Zumba group exercise classes at the Rite-Hite and Parklawn Centers, and Y-Cardio Funk group exercise classes at the Downtown and Northside Centers.

Much more than a gym, the Milwaukee Y is a supportive place to start on or continue pursuing personal health and wellness goals. As champions for healthy living, the Milwaukee Y works to empower all generations of family members to live healthy, full, thriving lives by:

  • Offering solutions that reduce health issues that plague our community (such as chronic diseases and preventable injuries)
  • Providing safe places seven days a week where kids can have fun, families can gather and seniors can build meaningful connections
  • Serving as access points for vital community needs (like preventative health care and reliable, safe, before- and after-school care)

FREE Fridays are being offered at all four Y locations:

Downtown YMCA
161 W. Wisconsin

Northside YMCA
1350 W. North Avenue

Parklawn YMCA
4340 N. 46th Street

Rite-Hite Family YMCA
9250 N. Green Bay Road
Brown Deer

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