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The EWBL is a collaboration between the Ann Arbor YMCA, the Washtenaw Sheriff's Office and Ypsilanti Community Schools. It is supported by the Y's Annual Campaign, Bank of Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor State Bank and Cultivate Ypsi Taphouse. The League gives kids a safe place to play on Friday nights while fostering relationships with local law enforcement officials.

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Please help support the YMCA d"Haiti on #GivingTuesdaY: 11.29.17. See how this Y has impacted Schnider.

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Lucky's will donate 10% of all sales on Wednesday, March 30 to the Ann Arbor YMCA in support of our Learning Garden program. Please come shop, get nutritious, organic food while helping the Y introduce the same to our kids through this educational garden. #LuckysMarketAnnArbor   Lucky's Market is located at 1919 South Industrial Hwy, Ann Arbor, MI 48104.

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You Can Dance Master Class: FREE! 
Thursday, October 1, 7:30-9 pm Join dancers from L-E-V for an exploration of the company’s movement style. No dance training or experience necessary, and all levels, ages 13 and up, are welcome. Free, but first come, first served until studio reaches capacity. Sign-up begins at 6:45 pm at the Y Welcome Desk, 400 West Washington Street Ann Arbor 48103. L-E-V performs at the Power Center at 8 pm on Saturday, October 3. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

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We had the Best Summer Ever!

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SPLASH WEEK: FREE Safety Around Water Classes, June 15-19, 2015 Ages 6 months-12 years.There will be five 30 minute water safety classes at the Ann Arbor YMCA, (400 West Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48103) which will include pool, boating, beach, water park safety, and stroke development. Children under 3 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian in the water. Register in person at the YMCA member services desk, or register online at, keyword: SPLASH. If registration is received through phone, fax or email, participant parents will receive confirmation by email. For more information, contact Christina Carter at

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Come play!
 Free bike tune-ups and rodeo sponsored by Common Cycle
 Healthy Snacks
 Soccer games with AFC Ann Arbor
 Street hockey shoot-out
 Family Yoga and Zumba classes
 Arts & Crafts
 Annual HKD obstacle course
 Family fun challenges
 Face painting
 Machine pitch baseball
...and more

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Our Ypsi kids had an A-MAIZING time performing with the UM Dance team at Mock Rock this year. The Y was the non-profit recipient of the funds raised from the performance. Thank you UM SACC: so much, for your time, your treasure, your talent!

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Healthy Kids Day is a free community event held to inspire more kids to keep their minds and bodies active all summer long.  

The Ann Arbor Y’s Healthy Kids Day will feature fun, active play and educational activities:
• Bike rodeo and maintenance booth sponsored by Common Cycle 
• Zumba
• Family yoga
• Family relay races
• Obstacle course
• Paint your own flower pot
• DIY summer journals
• Face painting
• Healthy snacks and a healthy snack taste test
• Science experiments
• Bubble station
YMCA’s Healthy Kids Day is intentionally scheduled to coincide with Ypsilanti P.R.I.D.E Day (People Restoring Image and Developing the Environment), a community-wide event intended to foster community pride and encourage local business growth by creating a clean and welcoming environment.  Come on out and have some fun!

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Join us on Tuesday, April 28th at 7pm
The YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program can help you make lifestyle changes that will improve your overall health and well-being.  Learn how this program can help you reduce your risk for developing diabetes, and get your questions answered by local program participants during our Q & A panel.  Free A1c testing for the first 5 attendees with a risk assessment score of 9 or higher.
Please RSVP for this event, contact:  Jen Nicodemus at 734-661-8043 or
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