Fort Thomas

Zip Code: 
41 075

WHAT’S NEW

FACEBOOK FEED

September 23-29 is Active Aging Week! Community members are welcome to try one of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s many group exercise classes, from SilverSneakers Classic to Aquatic Arthritis to Zumba. Active Aging Week was started by the International Council on Active Aging to encourage adults 55 and older to live an active lifestyle. Looking for a class to try? You can try one of these, or find our entire schedule at myy.org. SilverSneakers Classic at Central Parkway YMCA: 10a Monday SilverSneakers Circuit at Clippard Family YMCA: 11:30a Tuesday Zumba at R.C. Durr YMCA: 7:30p Wednesday SilverSneakers Yoga at The Y at Duck Creek: 10:30a Thursday Shallow/Deep Water Variety at Richard E. Lindner YMCA: 10:30a Friday

3 hours 42 min ago.

We have a literal member spotlight on the Active Older Adults at R.C. Durr YMCA today! Clyde Gray interviewed three chair volleyball participants. Look for them Wednesday night on WCPO - 9 On Your Side.

1 day 21 hours ago.

BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES After a nationwide search, the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has selected Frederick J. Riley as the Y’s new Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). Riley will work with the YMCA’s executive team to provide strategic leadership in financial development, advancing the YMCA mission through annual giving, government and foundation grants, endowment bequests, along with gifts and capital campaigns. He will also assist in developing an actively engaged fundraising board, position the Y as a dedicated community partner and oversee advocacy efforts, program impact and volunteer development. With over 15 years’ experience with the YMCA, a leading nonprofit, Riley most recently served as the National Director of Urban Development for YMCA of the USA, the Y’s national resource office. There, he served as the principal thought leader and strategist for programs and services impacting over three million teens around the country; he secured and managed a portfolio of over $16 million in federal and private gifts to help ensure that young people are prepared for life beyond high school. Riley has also served in similar leadership roles for the YMCA of Southwest Illinois, Metro Atlanta YMCA and the National Conference of Black Mayors. “I am thrilled to have Frederick join our team here in Cincinnati,” said President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Jorge Perez. “He is highly respected around the country and brings a wealth of national and local experience, coupled with a passion for community building that will help elevate our cause and impact on community.” Riley attended Morris Brown College and Georgia State University. In 2012, he was named a top 25 Young Leader by the St. Louis American Foundation. Very active in his community, he has mentored several youth in Chicago through college prep programs and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Contact Frederick Riley at friley@myy.org.

2 days 22 min ago.

Friday Night Soccer at Gamble-Nippert YMCA! Great game to the 3-4 age division!

4 days 18 hours ago.

The #STRONGERTOGETHER move of the week: "The Dead Row"! Click play and learn how you can master this popular move. #strengthtraintogether

4 days 22 hours ago.

Great connections happening! Our next pantry date is Thursday, October 4th at 9am. If you're in need or can volunteer, give the Melrose YMCA a call at (513)961-3510.

6 days 7 min ago.

Are you missing the heat 🔥 this week Cincinnati? Our amazing Clippard Family YMCA instructor Andrea, is bring it big in #StrengthTrainTogether right now! #StrongerTogether

6 days 3 hours ago.

Sunday Funday is all about Rebounding class! Check out our Y team members experience this amazing class with Jan at the The Y at Duck Creek! #StrongerTogether

1 week 2 days ago.

3...2...1....time to make a splash in Shallow & Deep Water variety at the Richard E. Lindner YMCA! #StrongerTogether

1 week 5 days ago.

It definitely has been hot this week but it’s time to turn up the heat again in Group Cycling at the Gamble-Nippert YMCA with MariBeth! #StrongerTogether

1 week 5 days ago.

    WHAT’S NEW

    FACEBOOK FEED

    September 23-29 is Active Aging Week! Community members are welcome to try one of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s many group exercise classes, from SilverSneakers Classic to Aquatic Arthritis to Zumba. Active Aging Week was started by the International Council on Active Aging to encourage adults 55 and older to live an active lifestyle. Looking for a class to try? You can try one of these, or find our entire schedule at myy.org. SilverSneakers Classic at Central Parkway YMCA: 10a Monday SilverSneakers Circuit at Clippard Family YMCA: 11:30a Tuesday Zumba at R.C. Durr YMCA: 7:30p Wednesday SilverSneakers Yoga at The Y at Duck Creek: 10:30a Thursday Shallow/Deep Water Variety at Richard E. Lindner YMCA: 10:30a Friday

    3 hours 42 min ago.

    We have a literal member spotlight on the Active Older Adults at R.C. Durr YMCA today! Clyde Gray interviewed three chair volleyball participants. Look for them Wednesday night on WCPO - 9 On Your Side.

    1 day 21 hours ago.

    BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES After a nationwide search, the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has selected Frederick J. Riley as the Y’s new Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). Riley will work with the YMCA’s executive team to provide strategic leadership in financial development, advancing the YMCA mission through annual giving, government and foundation grants, endowment bequests, along with gifts and capital campaigns. He will also assist in developing an actively engaged fundraising board, position the Y as a dedicated community partner and oversee advocacy efforts, program impact and volunteer development. With over 15 years’ experience with the YMCA, a leading nonprofit, Riley most recently served as the National Director of Urban Development for YMCA of the USA, the Y’s national resource office. There, he served as the principal thought leader and strategist for programs and services impacting over three million teens around the country; he secured and managed a portfolio of over $16 million in federal and private gifts to help ensure that young people are prepared for life beyond high school. Riley has also served in similar leadership roles for the YMCA of Southwest Illinois, Metro Atlanta YMCA and the National Conference of Black Mayors. “I am thrilled to have Frederick join our team here in Cincinnati,” said President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Jorge Perez. “He is highly respected around the country and brings a wealth of national and local experience, coupled with a passion for community building that will help elevate our cause and impact on community.” Riley attended Morris Brown College and Georgia State University. In 2012, he was named a top 25 Young Leader by the St. Louis American Foundation. Very active in his community, he has mentored several youth in Chicago through college prep programs and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Contact Frederick Riley at friley@myy.org.

    2 days 22 min ago.

    Friday Night Soccer at Gamble-Nippert YMCA! Great game to the 3-4 age division!

    4 days 18 hours ago.

    The #STRONGERTOGETHER move of the week: "The Dead Row"! Click play and learn how you can master this popular move. #strengthtraintogether

    4 days 22 hours ago.

    Great connections happening! Our next pantry date is Thursday, October 4th at 9am. If you're in need or can volunteer, give the Melrose YMCA a call at (513)961-3510.

    6 days 7 min ago.

    Are you missing the heat 🔥 this week Cincinnati? Our amazing Clippard Family YMCA instructor Andrea, is bring it big in #StrengthTrainTogether right now! #StrongerTogether

    6 days 3 hours ago.

    Sunday Funday is all about Rebounding class! Check out our Y team members experience this amazing class with Jan at the The Y at Duck Creek! #StrongerTogether

    1 week 2 days ago.

    3...2...1....time to make a splash in Shallow & Deep Water variety at the Richard E. Lindner YMCA! #StrongerTogether

    1 week 5 days ago.

    It definitely has been hot this week but it’s time to turn up the heat again in Group Cycling at the Gamble-Nippert YMCA with MariBeth! #StrongerTogether

    1 week 5 days ago.

      WHAT’S NEW

      FACEBOOK FEED

      September 23-29 is Active Aging Week! Community members are welcome to try one of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s many group exercise classes, from SilverSneakers Classic to Aquatic Arthritis to Zumba. Active Aging Week was started by the International Council on Active Aging to encourage adults 55 and older to live an active lifestyle. Looking for a class to try? You can try one of these, or find our entire schedule at myy.org. SilverSneakers Classic at Central Parkway YMCA: 10a Monday SilverSneakers Circuit at Clippard Family YMCA: 11:30a Tuesday Zumba at R.C. Durr YMCA: 7:30p Wednesday SilverSneakers Yoga at The Y at Duck Creek: 10:30a Thursday Shallow/Deep Water Variety at Richard E. Lindner YMCA: 10:30a Friday

      3 hours 42 min ago.

      We have a literal member spotlight on the Active Older Adults at R.C. Durr YMCA today! Clyde Gray interviewed three chair volleyball participants. Look for them Wednesday night on WCPO - 9 On Your Side.

      1 day 21 hours ago.

      BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES After a nationwide search, the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has selected Frederick J. Riley as the Y’s new Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). Riley will work with the YMCA’s executive team to provide strategic leadership in financial development, advancing the YMCA mission through annual giving, government and foundation grants, endowment bequests, along with gifts and capital campaigns. He will also assist in developing an actively engaged fundraising board, position the Y as a dedicated community partner and oversee advocacy efforts, program impact and volunteer development. With over 15 years’ experience with the YMCA, a leading nonprofit, Riley most recently served as the National Director of Urban Development for YMCA of the USA, the Y’s national resource office. There, he served as the principal thought leader and strategist for programs and services impacting over three million teens around the country; he secured and managed a portfolio of over $16 million in federal and private gifts to help ensure that young people are prepared for life beyond high school. Riley has also served in similar leadership roles for the YMCA of Southwest Illinois, Metro Atlanta YMCA and the National Conference of Black Mayors. “I am thrilled to have Frederick join our team here in Cincinnati,” said President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Jorge Perez. “He is highly respected around the country and brings a wealth of national and local experience, coupled with a passion for community building that will help elevate our cause and impact on community.” Riley attended Morris Brown College and Georgia State University. In 2012, he was named a top 25 Young Leader by the St. Louis American Foundation. Very active in his community, he has mentored several youth in Chicago through college prep programs and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Contact Frederick Riley at friley@myy.org.

      2 days 22 min ago.

      Friday Night Soccer at Gamble-Nippert YMCA! Great game to the 3-4 age division!

      4 days 18 hours ago.

      The #STRONGERTOGETHER move of the week: "The Dead Row"! Click play and learn how you can master this popular move. #strengthtraintogether

      4 days 22 hours ago.

      Great connections happening! Our next pantry date is Thursday, October 4th at 9am. If you're in need or can volunteer, give the Melrose YMCA a call at (513)961-3510.

      6 days 7 min ago.

      Are you missing the heat 🔥 this week Cincinnati? Our amazing Clippard Family YMCA instructor Andrea, is bring it big in #StrengthTrainTogether right now! #StrongerTogether

      6 days 3 hours ago.

      Sunday Funday is all about Rebounding class! Check out our Y team members experience this amazing class with Jan at the The Y at Duck Creek! #StrongerTogether

      1 week 2 days ago.

      3...2...1....time to make a splash in Shallow & Deep Water variety at the Richard E. Lindner YMCA! #StrongerTogether

      1 week 5 days ago.

      It definitely has been hot this week but it’s time to turn up the heat again in Group Cycling at the Gamble-Nippert YMCA with MariBeth! #StrongerTogether

      1 week 5 days ago.

        WHAT’S NEW

        FACEBOOK FEED

        September 23-29 is Active Aging Week! Community members are welcome to try one of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati’s many group exercise classes, from SilverSneakers Classic to Aquatic Arthritis to Zumba. Active Aging Week was started by the International Council on Active Aging to encourage adults 55 and older to live an active lifestyle. Looking for a class to try? You can try one of these, or find our entire schedule at myy.org. SilverSneakers Classic at Central Parkway YMCA: 10a Monday SilverSneakers Circuit at Clippard Family YMCA: 11:30a Tuesday Zumba at R.C. Durr YMCA: 7:30p Wednesday SilverSneakers Yoga at The Y at Duck Creek: 10:30a Thursday Shallow/Deep Water Variety at Richard E. Lindner YMCA: 10:30a Friday

        3 hours 42 min ago.

        We have a literal member spotlight on the Active Older Adults at R.C. Durr YMCA today! Clyde Gray interviewed three chair volleyball participants. Look for them Wednesday night on WCPO - 9 On Your Side.

        1 day 21 hours ago.

        BUILDING STRONGER COMMUNITIES After a nationwide search, the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati has selected Frederick J. Riley as the Y’s new Chief Advancement Officer (CAO). Riley will work with the YMCA’s executive team to provide strategic leadership in financial development, advancing the YMCA mission through annual giving, government and foundation grants, endowment bequests, along with gifts and capital campaigns. He will also assist in developing an actively engaged fundraising board, position the Y as a dedicated community partner and oversee advocacy efforts, program impact and volunteer development. With over 15 years’ experience with the YMCA, a leading nonprofit, Riley most recently served as the National Director of Urban Development for YMCA of the USA, the Y’s national resource office. There, he served as the principal thought leader and strategist for programs and services impacting over three million teens around the country; he secured and managed a portfolio of over $16 million in federal and private gifts to help ensure that young people are prepared for life beyond high school. Riley has also served in similar leadership roles for the YMCA of Southwest Illinois, Metro Atlanta YMCA and the National Conference of Black Mayors. “I am thrilled to have Frederick join our team here in Cincinnati,” said President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Cincinnati Jorge Perez. “He is highly respected around the country and brings a wealth of national and local experience, coupled with a passion for community building that will help elevate our cause and impact on community.” Riley attended Morris Brown College and Georgia State University. In 2012, he was named a top 25 Young Leader by the St. Louis American Foundation. Very active in his community, he has mentored several youth in Chicago through college prep programs and is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Contact Frederick Riley at friley@myy.org.

        2 days 22 min ago.

        Friday Night Soccer at Gamble-Nippert YMCA! Great game to the 3-4 age division!

        4 days 18 hours ago.

        The #STRONGERTOGETHER move of the week: "The Dead Row"! Click play and learn how you can master this popular move. #strengthtraintogether

        4 days 22 hours ago.

        Great connections happening! Our next pantry date is Thursday, October 4th at 9am. If you're in need or can volunteer, give the Melrose YMCA a call at (513)961-3510.

        6 days 7 min ago.

        Are you missing the heat 🔥 this week Cincinnati? Our amazing Clippard Family YMCA instructor Andrea, is bring it big in #StrengthTrainTogether right now! #StrongerTogether

        6 days 3 hours ago.

        Sunday Funday is all about Rebounding class! Check out our Y team members experience this amazing class with Jan at the The Y at Duck Creek! #StrongerTogether

        1 week 2 days ago.

        3...2...1....time to make a splash in Shallow & Deep Water variety at the Richard E. Lindner YMCA! #StrongerTogether

        1 week 5 days ago.

        It definitely has been hot this week but it’s time to turn up the heat again in Group Cycling at the Gamble-Nippert YMCA with MariBeth! #StrongerTogether

        1 week 5 days ago.

        Hours of Operation
        Monday - Friday 5 a.m. - 10 p.m.
        Saturday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
        Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
        Kid's Club Hours
        Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
        Friday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
        Saturday 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
        • Baby Pool
        • Basketball Court
        • Fitness Center
        • Indoor Pool
        • Kid's Club
        • Outdoor Pool
        • Racquetball Court
        • Sauna

          The YMCA of Greater Cincinnati inspires people of all ages, and families in all forms to achieve their hopes, dreams, and goals. For over 160 years, the YMCA has worked with our members and partners to strengthen Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.