It is the mission of the Waldo County YMCA to promote the physical, mental, social, and spiritual development of Waldo County children and families.
Waldo County YMCA
We will be closed in observance of Memorial Day Weekend on May 26 & 27
Shower BEFORE Swimming
• Saturday May
11, 2013: The Natatorium will be CLOSING @ Noon for our Annual
Masters Swim Meet! We have named this meet in honor of Dan Horton
for his continued work & support of swimming in Maine. Come join
us! You do NOT need to be a Masters swimmer to compete. All ability
levels are welcome! Especially beginners!
the case of Thunder / Lightning
Water Testing Policy
What is the Deep Water Test?
When the Waldo County YMCA built its pool we promised the community that we would offer every 1st grader in Waldo County a “1st Grade Swim Safety” program. Living in Maine means having lakes, rivers and the ocean in our backyards and we feel that it is of the utmost importance to teach our youth about water safety.
The Y is offering this free program to all first
grade classrooms. For the first session, our staff will meet the students
in their classroom and deliver the WHALE’S TALES “Be Cool,
Follow the Rules” safety lesson. Sessions two and three will
take place at The Tom & Sally Savage Pool complex, our state-of-the-art
facility in the Therapy Pool and will consist of a 10-minute safety
lesson, a 40-minute swim lesson, and a 10-minute game time using the
skills they just learned.
If you are a parent of a Home Schooled 1st Grader in Waldo County please get in touch with Stephanie Thostenson firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information about lesson availability & dates.
The Pools are open!!!
The Waldo County YMCA celebrated the official opening of the Tom & Sally Savage Pool Complex. Come in and visit us today!!