GenYWCA is a great group of young leaders who support the mission of the YWCA of Minneapolis.
This unique fitness and networking event is FREE and open to the public. Join us for some fun fitness activities, delicious snacks donated by Salsa a la Salsa, and a great view of Downtown Minneapolis from the YWCA rooftop*. Come dressed ready to be active and support the work of the YWCA!
We are excited to share a story from our Strong Fast Fit youth program, a culturally specific fitness and nutrition program for Latino and Native American youth and their families, and have a group fundraising goal to provide year-long scholarship support for one Strong Fast Fit youth and their entire family to exercise together at the YWCA.
When: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Where: Downtown YWCA, 1130 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis (corner of 12th Street and Nicollet Mall)
Schedule and Fitness Activities:
Enjoy your choice of Boot Camp with Tim Pearson, Mat Pilates, and Zumba at any of the three class times below! Mix it up or stick to one to enjoy a full workout or join others for fun games like four-square and bean bag toss.
· 5:40-6:00pm – Mini-Fitness Classes
· 6:10-6:30pm – Mini-Fitness Classes
· 6:30-7:00pm – Program featuring the YWCA’s Strong Fast Fit youth program
· 7:00-7:20pm – Mini-Fitness Classes
· All night – FREE InBody assessments ($20 value!) and the chance to win some great prizes in our drawing!
Parking and Check-In Information:
Please bring the ticket Eventbrite emails you following registration. When you arrive at the YWCA, you will need to check in at the front desk.
Please do not park in the YWCA lot. Metered parking is available along 12th Street and there are a number of ramps within walking distance. Biking or bussing is recommended (consider it a warm-up to your workout!).
*Event will be moved to the atrium and gym at the same address as weather dictates.
Note: Sorry folks, but alcohol will not be served at this event.
When & Where
YWCA of Minneapolis
The YWCA of Minneapolis was founded in 1891 by a group of women pushing the boundaries of social acceptability: women working outside of the home. The YWCA has been at the forefront of social change ever since.