One of our two Columbia County locations, the Marshall Family YMCA is a staple for many families in the Evans area. The Marshall Family YMCA has a state-of-the-art wellness center, two group exercise studios, sauna, men’s/women’s locker rooms and kids watch area for kids ages 8 weeks to 12 years old. There’s something for everyone at the Marshall Family YMCA including our youngest members with youth sports, seasonal day camps and monthly Parent’s Night Out. When joining the Marshall branch, you choose to join as either a Branch specific member or as a Metro member, which gives you access to all Family YMCA locations. Among the benefits you receive as a Marshall member include free childcare (up to 8 hours per week), free group exercise classes, complimentary nutrition seminars and free wellness coaching. Join our family at the Marshall Family YMCA!
Play and Learn
Parent’s Night Out
Enjoy a date night while your kids play during our fun events scheduled for the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month (excluding major holidays). We will provide supper, crafts, free play and activities in our supervised kids zone. Members $5, Non-Members $25. Ages 8 weeks -12 years old. 6:00 pm–9:00 pm, baby nursery closes at 8pm (hours are additional to the 8 hour weekly workout allotment)
Mother’s Morning Out
Get some errands done while we watch your child. Available each week day morning from 9am-11am and for 2+, 9am-12pm. $10 to register.
Members and Non-members will enjoy an exciting season of our variety of classes including but not limited to Soccer, Lacrosse, baseball, and basketball. Members will receive a drastic discount on all programming. Scholarships are available.
Another yearly favorite is our seasonal camps that we offer, destinations such as Patriots Park and Camp Lakeside. Scholarship available and discounts for siblings and membership.
Men/Women’s Locker Rooms
Play and Learn Child Enrichment Program
Play and Learn child enrichment program is now available at all ten CSRA area branches and is the only one its kind in the region. This program has been uniquely developed by the Y’s educational experts to provide engaging curriculum to help children develop in the areas of music and movement, literacy, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math), and arts and crafts while parents are utilizing branch facilities for up to two-hour blocks of time. The service is free to all active Y members and no pre-registration is required.
During normal branch operating hours, parents can place their child in Play and Learn for rotating sessions including music and movement, devotionals, storytelling and reading, STEAM and arts and crafts with age appropriate activities for every child. Play and Learn is designed to stimulate minds and bodies, while teaching competence to build autonomy and reinforce positive attitudes and actions.
Curriculum changes every week throughout the year, with the same offerings each day at every branch should a member utilize multiple facilities for consistency. The program is on a voluntary basis for families and religious beliefs are respected and inclusive, should families have specific preferences.
Play and Learn is designed to help children identify and reinforce their individual strengths, grow their abilities with their natural talents and gain confidence to believe in themselves. It’s a fun and engaging environment for children to learn and develop, while providing parents the assurance that their child is being cared for during their workout in a meaningful way.
For more information about Play and Learn, contact Cheryl Lizama at [email protected] or 706 922 9672.