Throughout the pandemic, the YMCA of Milwaukee has been dedicating its facilities to emergency relief for families.
Now, the YMCA Northside facility is planning to reopen its doors for limited programs beginning March 1 as some children begin to return to in-person learning at school.
“We’ve proven our model can help our community thrive through incredible challenges, so now it’s time to make bolder moves for our mission,” said Carrie Wall, president, and CEO. “The Y is working to build a more equitable, community-based health ecosystem. And the next step of that growth will be in the heart of a neighborhood that has stood with us through these shifts.”
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The Northside Y will reallocate its limited space to resume a variety of key programs: Silver Sneakers for seniors mid-mornings, early-morning basketball and group exercise in the gym and group exercise and basketball in the evenings.
You can find the Northside schedule and get updates on the YMCA’s plans here.