Munch and Learn

Central YMCA Manchester Room
Wednesday, September 20
10 am

All are welcome to a free lecture on the “Belly Fat” given by speaker Jeannie McConnell-Copploe, PT Pinnacle Health Concepts. A light snack will be served.

Lifeguard Training

October 2-25
Mondays & Wednesdays ~ 6-9:30 pm
Saturdays ~ 10 am-1:30 pm

“Learn to Save a Life” and become a YMCA Lifeguard!

You must be 16 or older (by the END of the class) and pass the Physical Competency Test (to be performed on the first day of class). All classes must be attended. The Physical Competency Test consists of a 300 yd swim, two minute tread using legs only, feet-first surface dive to 10 ft, underwater swim of 15 ft and be able to follow directions. Classes will be held at a combination of both Davis Family AND Central YMCAs.

Contact Chris Hughes, Davis Aquatic Director, at 330-480-5656 x216 with questions.

Click HERE for Registration Information

Friday Movie Night
Friday Movie Night

“The Boss Baby”
Friday, October 6
Movie starts at 7 pm in the Multi-Purpose Room

Youth and families are invited to join us for some pajamas, punch, popcorn, and PG rated fun! (This is a Family Event; parents MUST attend.)

Participants are encouraged to wear their pajamas and to bring any pillows or blankets to keep themselves comfy. Leaders Club will be serving fresh popcorn and fruit punch! Feel free to bring your own snacks, too! Ages 7 and under must be accompanied by a parent. Ages 8 & 9, parents must stay on the premises.

Our movie for October is “The Boss Baby.”

Hope to see you there! Free to Members/Non-Members $10.

Any questions or concerns, please contact Nikki Murray, Youth & Teen Coordinator, at 330.480.5656 x 218 or

Art Show

“But I Know What I Like”
October 8 through November 20

The Davis Family YMCA is hosting its fifth annual juried art show in conjunction with National YMCA Arts Month.

“But I Know What I Like” is open to any adult, amateur or professional artist within a 40 mile radius. The twist is that it is judged by non-experts, as in “I don’t know much about art, but I know what I like!”

Many of the pieces of art are available for purchase. A portion of all proceeds will benefit The YMCA’s Annual Campaign.

For more information about this show, or about the YMCA’s Art and Humanities program, please contact Suzanne Gray at or call 330-480-5656.

Cocoa & Canvas

Davis Family YMCA
Community Room 2
Saturday, October 14
5 to 7 pm

Join us for our monthly paint night where you and your child (ages 6 and up) can come paint and sip some cocoa at the same time!

Each month there will be a different painting that will be fun for all ages to enjoy!
Register as an individual or with your son or daughter as Parent & Child for only $15 more.

Click HERE to Register Online

Parent’s Night Out

Davis Family YMCA
Saturday, October 21
4-8 pm

You can enjoy the evening out while we entertain the kids (ages 3 – 12 yrs).

We will be playing games, making crafts and swimming (ages 6 and up). The kids will have dinner and a movie, as well. Sign up early as registration ends at noon the day before!

Fees (Members/Nonmembers):
First Child ~ $18/$25
Additional Children ~ $12/$15

For more information, contact:
Davis Y ~ Adele Taylor at 330-480-5656 or

Walking Club

Davis Family YMCA
Outdoor Track

Join Linda Modic Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 8:30 to 10:30 am. The Club walks on the Davis Y outdoor track.

The Club is free and available to all members. You can walk anytime during the 2-hour time frame at your own pace. Linda keeps you motivated with challenges and fun surprises, too!

For more information, please call the Davis Family Y at 330.480.5656.

YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program

If you have been diagnosed with prediabetes, or believe you may be at risk for developing the disease, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can help you develop a healthier lifestyle and work with you to reduce the risks this condition can pose to your health.

To see if you are eligible for the 12-month program, go through the checklist on the Can I Participate? form. Based on effective efforts researched by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program will help you learn about and adopt the healthy eating and physical activity habits that have been proven to reduce the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Through the program, you will receive support and encouragement from both a trained lifestyle coach and fellow classmates as you develop a plan for improving and maintaining your overall well-being. Classes are held at both the Central and Davis Family YMCAs.

Contact Loretta Pflug at or 330.480.5656 x236 for more information.



LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA is an evidence-informed program based on best practices for cancer survivor exercise.

The goals of the program are to empower adult cancer survivors to improve functional capacity and to increase their quality of life through an organized program of fitness and strength offered in a supportive, small-group setting.


My Y is now EVERY Y in Ohio

The Y movement is for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We want to encourage members to utilize the Y as often as they can. Sometimes, it’s more convenient for members to utilize a Y in a different location when traveling, near a workplace or in another region.


Now, full facility/full privilege YMCA members have the flexibility to use other Y facilities throughout Ohio, at no extra charge.

Learn more about the program.


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