OLD TOWN / ORONO YMCA

Phone: 1-(207)-827-9622 Fax: 1-(207)-827-4972
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Welcome to the Old Town-Orono YMCA!

We can’t thank our community enough for your support and understanding during the recent storm and its aftermath. Makeup options for programming that was cancelled during the storm can be found here.

  If you have questions, please call 827.9622.

Hours of Operation

5 a.m.-8 p.m. Monday-Friday

8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday

1-6 p.m. Sunday

Click here to view a PDF of the Fall 2 Session Booklet

UPCOMING EVENTS:

Parent’s Night Out

Hey, Parents!

Enjoy a night out as your children experience a few adventure-filled hours here at the Y! We’ll use the rock climbing wall, go swimming, hang out in the skate park, and more!

Dinner is provided. To register, call 827.9622.

WHEN: 7-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17

WHO: Grades K-6

COST: $10 per child with a max of $20 per family

Tumbling Clinic

This two-hour structured class with trained gymnastics coaches will teach proper tumbling technique to help improve current skills and assist with accomplishing new ones!ainslie-floor-fronthandspring

Drills will be based on current tumbling level and include:

Focus on correct form and technique

Progressive training on back tumbling skills

Assistance with running tumbling

Opportunity to master the skill you are struggling with

WHEN: 1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19

COST: $15 Pre-Registration; $20 Day of Registration

WHO: Ages 8-18 — ALL Levels of Ability

 

 

 

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Old Town Orono YMCA

There's still time to pre-register for tonight's Parent's Night Out event. Get a jump on holiday shopping, clean the house before the weekend hits, or enjoy a few hours of alone time while the kids get to play. Call 827.9622 for more info.

Parent's Night OutNovember 17, 2017, 7:00pmOld Town Orono YMCAHey, Parents!
Enjoy a night out as your children experience a few adventure-filled hours here at the Y! We’ll use the rock climbing wall, go swimming, hang out in the skate park, and more!
Dinner is provided.
WHEN: 7-10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17
WHO: Grades K-6
COST: $10 per child with a max of $20 per family
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Parents Night Out

We are currently looking to hire a new SilverSneakers Instructor to teach two classes a day on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings, from 8:30-10:30am. If you are looking for a part-time job that you can make a difference in someone's life then this is the job for you. SilverSneakers classes are taught to members that are 65 and older. We are willing to train the right person if needed! If interested or know someone that is interested in working with our SilverSneaker members please call 827-9622 and ask for our fitness director, Shawn Demaray or email him at shawn.demaray@otoymca.org. ... See MoreSee Less

We are currently looking to hire a new SilverSneakers Instructor to teach two classes a day on Tuesday and Thursday Mornings, from 8:30-10:30am. If you are looking for a part-time job that you can make a difference in someones life then this is the job for you. SilverSneakers classes are taught to members that are 65 and older. We are willing to train the right person if needed! If interested or know someone that is interested in working with our SilverSneaker members please call 827-9622 and ask for our fitness director, Shawn Demaray or email him at shawn.demaray@otoymca.org.

We are once again so proud of the Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students. Your hard work continues to pay off!

Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students bring home 7 1st place wins from Waterville competition
OLD TOWN, Maine - Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students brought home seven first place wins from the Nov. 11 Elm City Challenege Tournament in Waterville.

Eleven competitors from the Y attended the event at the Alfond Youth Center, which was the last point tallying event in the S.M.A.R.T. (State Martial Arts Ratings and Totals) circuit this year.

Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do Coach Tristan Creeley reported the following wins for his team: Logun McMahon, 11, of Glenburn, 1st place in sparring and 1st place in forms; his father, Rick McMahon, 51, also of Glenburn, 1st in sparring; Chloe Calcasola, 8, of Old Town, 1st place in sparring; Mikhail Prostatin, 8, of Old Town, 1st place in sparring and 2nd place in forms; Connor Moeykens, 9, of Orono, 1st place in sparring; Caitlin Moeykens, 13, of Orono, 1st place in sparring and 2nd in forms; Avery Moeykens, 7, of Orono, 3rd place in sparring; Blake Hancock, 9, of Bradley, 2nd place in sparring; Kaden Pattershall, 12, of Hampden, 3rd place in sparring. Lucas Pattershall, 11, of Hermon, and Jacob Montero Warren, 9, of Bangor, also participated but did not place.

The tournament left Mikhail Prostatin ranked No. 1 in the state in novice sparring for 7-9 year old boys. He will compete on Dec. 2 in hopes of becoming the State Champion.

In January 2019, three Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students are headed to Cancun to compete in the WCMA/TMSA Cancun Open Martial Arts Championships. Students will be holding fundraisers to help support their trip. To make a donation or for more information, contact Marketing & Development Director Aimee Thibodeau at 827.9622.

The program currently has more than 20 students, many of whom are competing around the state. Tristan Creeley, Tae Kwon Do blackbelt and Old Town-Orono YMCA coach, teaches multiple sessions, open to both boys and girls, offering semi-private lessons and sparring lessons to students of all ages from age 6 to 64, in addition to regular programming and the Y’s Tae Kwon Do Team.

For more information, call the Old Town-Orono YMCA at 827-9622.
About the Old Town-Orono YMCA
The Old Town-Orono YMCA is a community centered organization that serves all ages by promoting healthy living, nurturing the potential of every individual and family, and fostering social responsibility.
Our YMCA is Christian in it's heritage and ecumenical in its delivery of programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. We're for Youth Development, Healthy Living, & Social Responsibility. otoymca.org
About the Y
The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across the U.S., 2,700 Ys engage 21 million men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. ymca.netOld Town Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do had a fantastic day at the 2017 Elm City Challenge in Waterville, ME! We took 11 competitors and took home 7 1st place victories as well as many other 2nds, and thirds. Win or lose, I'm proud of all of our students for their courage to compete and the great performances they gave, and the hard work they put in training on the mat! More pictures to come!
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We are once again so proud of the Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students. Your hard work continues to pay off!

Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students bring home 7 1st place wins from Waterville competition
OLD TOWN, Maine - Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students brought home seven first place wins from the Nov. 11 Elm City Challenege Tournament in Waterville.

Eleven competitors from the Y attended the event at the Alfond Youth Center, which was the last point tallying event in the S.M.A.R.T. (State Martial Arts Ratings and Totals) circuit this year.

Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do Coach Tristan Creeley reported the following wins for his team: Logun McMahon, 11, of Glenburn, 1st place in sparring and 1st place in forms; his father, Rick McMahon, 51, also of Glenburn, 1st in sparring; Chloe Calcasola, 8, of Old Town, 1st place in sparring; Mikhail Prostatin, 8, of Old Town, 1st place in sparring and 2nd place in forms; Connor Moeykens, 9, of Orono, 1st place in sparring; Caitlin Moeykens, 13, of Orono, 1st place in sparring and 2nd in forms; Avery Moeykens, 7, of Orono, 3rd place in sparring; Blake Hancock, 9, of Bradley, 2nd place in sparring; Kaden Pattershall, 12, of Hampden, 3rd place in sparring. Lucas Pattershall, 11, of Hermon, and Jacob Montero Warren, 9, of Bangor, also participated but did not place.  

The tournament left Mikhail Prostatin ranked No. 1 in the state in novice sparring for 7-9 year old boys. He will compete on Dec. 2 in hopes of becoming the State Champion.

In January 2019, three Old Town-Orono YMCA Tae Kwon Do students are headed to Cancun to compete in the WCMA/TMSA Cancun Open Martial Arts Championships. Students will be holding fundraisers to help support their trip. To make a donation or for more information, contact Marketing & Development Director Aimee Thibodeau at 827.9622.

The program currently has more than 20 students, many of whom are competing around the state. Tristan Creeley, Tae Kwon Do blackbelt and Old Town-Orono YMCA coach, teaches multiple sessions, open to both boys and girls, offering semi-private lessons and sparring lessons to students of all ages from age 6 to 64, in addition to regular programming and the Y’s Tae Kwon Do Team.

For more information, call the Old Town-Orono YMCA at 827-9622.
About the Old Town-Orono YMCA
The Old Town-Orono YMCA is a community centered organization that serves all ages by promoting healthy living, nurturing the potential of every individual and family, and fostering social responsibility.
Our YMCA is Christian in its heritage and ecumenical in its delivery of programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.  Were for Youth Development, Healthy Living, & Social Responsibility. otoymca.org
About the Y
The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across the U.S., 2,700 Ys engage 21 million men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. ymca.net