Boys and girls of all skill levels are welcome to join the YMCA and RHS High School Volleyball program this Fall for Co-ed Youth Volleyball. Players will enjoy learning the fundamentals of volleyball while developing and progressing their skills. Any parents interested in assisting as a coach can call Matt Steingraber at 715-362-9622 ext. 120.
Learn the game of bowling with your kids! This a great way to help train your kids in a lifetime sport. A fun, social and less stressful approach to bowling. Bowling equipment will be provided for both parents and child. A parent/guardian must be down by the lanes and are encouraged to help their children as needed. Parents may also bowl along with their kids at the cost of just $2 per game.
Try something new that can develop into a lifetime of exercise. People often do not realize how good of an exercise bowling can be! Teach your kids to bowl and they will develop a fun, social sport that can get you a workout while you are having fun. Kids will work with an instructor to improve their skills and scores. Bowling equipment will be provided or you can use your own.
The Y wants to hook kids into healthy habits. Participants will learn a variety of fitness activities. When it comes to learning a whole lot of cool moves from dance, step, weight training, and yoga this class is the way to go. Anyone can do the moves and it's easy to get them right. Participants build physical skills and leave the class with a sense of achievement. Everything’s more fun with friends. Participants gain strength and confidence from exercising in a group and feel motivated to push themselves just that little bit further.
The Indoor Youth Soccer Program is for boys and girls of all skill levels. The program stresses the importance of sportsmanship and teamwork as the participants learn the game and have fun. Beginners will enjoy learning and building on the fundamentals of soccer. Basic skills of dribbling, shooting, passing and team play will be taught. More experienced soccer players will build on the fundamentals, progress their skills and continue to develop their abilities of team play.
This class is offered for homeschooled physical activity credit or for those who just want to have fun playing with others. Participants will learn the basics of multiple sports, develop sportsmanship and work as a team to have fun and succeed. Some of the sports that will be played are soccer, basketball, and dodgeball.
The Indoor Youth T-Ball Program is for girls and boys ages 3 - 6. This program focuses on sportsmanship and teamwork while these young athletes learn the fundamentals of the sport. The boys and girls will enjoy learning and be advancing the basic skills of throwing, catching, batting and learning the field. Parents are encouraged to come, help their child and share in the love of the game.
Register for this 3v3 League. Games will be a 20-minute running clock. Games that are tied after 20 minutes will be recorded as a tie. Each player must register and pay individual but you can select your teammate if you know who you would like to play with. If you don't have a team, that is ok we will assign you to a team. All teams will consist of 3-5 players. Game Schedules will be released once we have the number of teams set. Middle School will play first followed by the High School. We will have a supervisor at the court to handle disputes but players will call their own fouls. We will step in if we need to. Each player must maintain the Y Core Values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility, and Caring. Visit the Y Website for a full list of rules.
This winter, participants will enjoy learning the fundamentals of basketball in a non-competitive environment. This is an awesome way to learn the basics of basketball and try out a new sport or continue to develop one that you already love. YMCA youth basketball program is great for all skill levels. Each day of the program will feature a skills clinic and games where kids can practice what they have learned right away in a recreational setting!
The Learn to Play Tennis Program utilizes the QuickStart Tennis Program format. This recreational format is designed to introduce children to the game of tennis by using equipment that is adapted to their age and size. Having fun and enjoying this learning experience is the number one goal of this program.
YMCA Flag Football leagues provide players the opportunity to learn the basics of football in a developmental environment. Leagues focus on having fun and teaching fundamentals. The players are placed into groups based on their age (1st to 3rd grade & 4th to 6th grade).
The Y wants to continue to offer more to the Northwoods Community. We have decided to offer a NEW class to high school aged athletes or non-athletes that want to get quicker and faster (Yes, there is a difference). While you don’t need to be the fastest or best athlete to take this class, you do need to be committed to be pushed to your personal limit each and every class.
YMCA of the Northwoods
2003 E. Winnebago Street
Rhinelander, WI 54501
To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.