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Welcome to the YMCA OF DYER COUNTY!

Our YMCA has over 25,000 square feet of program space.

Included are:

Full gymnasium half court basketball or volleyball half court Rough Country Lift Center with locker rooms and showers.

Nautilus/cardio/free weight room (for members 13 years & older) with 33 pieces of cardio equipment, 18 pieces of Nautilus equipment, and complete free weight room. ActiviTrax

Aerobics Studio & Spinning Studio; classes are offered in the mornings and afternoons/evenings.
Rosemary Heckethorn Wellness Center programs for the health seeker that in the process of developing education and activities geared to obese and diabetic individuals.

Tween Town (ages 7-12)

Child Watch (ages infant to 6)

YMCA programs include:

Youth Sports (fall & spring soccer, basketball, football, flag football, girls volleyball and swimming lessons), Aerobic Classes, Taekwondo, Pilates, Zumba, and Group Cycling.

Our YMCA also offers personal fitness trainers for an additional fee.

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What's Happening at the Y

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
4:30 am - 10:00 pm

Weekend Hours
Friday 4:30 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sunday 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm

More Information call: 731-288-YMCA(9622) or rbutler@ymcaofdyercounty.org

INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY

WHEN THE WEATHER IS BAD WE HAVE YOU COVERED

**Please be sure to check the website, Facebook or call YMCA of Dyer County at 731-288-9622 if you are unsure about any cancellations or closures. **

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PROGRAMS/CLASSES

In the event of inclement weather, we will make a decision prior to morning classes on the status of those classes and programs. Once a decision is made we will post on our website, Facebook and email members. If we cancel morning classes, they will be cancelled until 12:00 Noon. The YMCA will reevaluate the weather conditions during the morning to determine if afternoon classes/programs (12:00 – 4:00 pm) will be held. A decision will be posted by 11:00 am. A decision on evening classes/programs (4:00 pm – close) will be posted by 3:00 pm. This includes programs classes and lessons, drop in classes, team practices, and facility rentals.

WEEKENDS

The decision to cancel weekend classes/programs due to inclement weather is that of the CEO or his designate. All instructor-led classes meeting before 12:00 noon will be cancelled first. The YMCA will reevaluate the weather conditions during the morning to determine if afternoon classes/programs (12:00 – 4:00 pm) will be held; a decision will be posted by 1100 am. A decision on evening classes/programs (4:00 pm – close) will be posted by 3:00 pm. This includes programs classes and lessons, drop in classes, team practices, and facility rentals.

OUTDOOR PROGRAMS/SPECIAL EVENTS

Status of outdoor league games, programs, and special event will be determined by the program director. Cancellation information for each individual class/program will be distributed based on procedures handed out at beginning of class/program. Please note that any classes cancelled due to inclement weather or emergency building closing may not be rescheduled because of space and scheduling conflicts. Credits will be issued for cancelled classes and will be available at the front service desk on or before the next session sign up date.

BUILDING CLOSINGS

As a service to the community, the YMCA will make every effort to open regular hours during most cases of inclement weather. Certain areas of the YMCA will open only if staff can arrive safely to the site. The YMCA reserves the right to close the entire facility depending on the severity of the inclement weather if it is deemed in the best interest of our members, guest, and staff. The decision to close the YMCA facility due to inclement weather is that of the CEO or his designate.

LIGHTNING

According to Health Department regulations, in the event of lightning, our pools will remain closed for 20 minutes after last bolt of lightning has been sighted.

The YMCA reserves the right to close the gymnasium to all non-members due to crowded conditions. For weather related closing/cancellations - YMCA patrons are advised to check our Facebook page ,web site at www.ymcaofdyercounty.org or contact either YMCA facility for up-to-date information during times when inclement weather could cause program cancellations or building closure.

DELIVERING OUR CAUSE Strategic Plan 2014–2017 YMCA OF THE USA Click image below for more information

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