Creativity abounds at the Y
Members and non-members can explore and express their creative talents in a healthy and supportive environment for building new skills. Classes help children develop confidence and increased self-awareness as they participate in problem solving, critical thinking and attention to detail.
Our arts and crafts classes provide a safe environment for your child to build new skills, gain confidence and engage in rewarding relationships.
Our hands-on cooking classes give your kids the opportunity to make tasty recipes and empower them to make healthy food choices.
Learning a second language at a young age can reap many benefits as an adult. Our language classes offer a fun learning environment with age-appropriate skill building.
Children learn how to express themselves in exciting and creative ways through music, dance and theater.
Kids enjoy the electric properties of learning with one part hands-on activity and one part science lesson on these classes that celebrate the world around us.
Tips and preparation for parents and guardians
- Arrive on time and make sure that your child uses the restroom before the class begins
- Remain in the building during the class
- Provide a photo ID upon entering the building if you are not a member of the Y
Arts and humanities classes vary by YMCA location. Find location-specific details for a participating Y:
- Arts & Humanities
- Teen Leadership
Center for Youth Voice
- Youth in Government
- Model United Nations
Respectful Conversations in Schools
Student Election Judges
Kids Voting Minnesota Network
Conference on National Affairs
National Judicial Competition
Youth Day at the Capitol
- Family Fun & Fitness
CycleHealth Adventure Racing