For more than 105 years, the YMCA of Greater Tulsa has strengthened the foundations of the Tulsa community through its commitment to healthy living, youth development and social responsibility. In 2015, the Y will take a new approach to health and wellness with groundbreaking and construction of the new Tandy Family YMCA. While under construction on the grounds of the existing Thornton Family YMCA, there should be little interruption to Thornton services, including use of the indoor pool, gymnasium, Play and Learn, and fitness floor.
In collaboration with OU School of Community Medicine, OU Physicians-Tulsaand OU Physical Therapy, the Tandy Family Y will be more than a 100,000-square foot, state-of-the-art healthy living center. Learn more about how we are working together to reverse recent health trends and help families attain and maintain healthier lifestyles for longer, better lives.
We need your help finishing the Tandy Family Y! We have raised most of the money needed to build this fabulous new facility, but need to raise a bit more to include all the elements needed to serve the needs of our area. Make a donation here:
Thursday, June 11, for up to four weeks, access to the Thornton Y parking lot from Darlington Avenue will be blocked. You will need to enter and exit from Fulton Avenue. 47th Place does go between Darlington and Fulton for access to both streets.
YMCA of Greater Tulsa and Tulsa County (through LaFortune Park) are teaming up to offer the Summer Experience Pass to everyone, as well as discounts on golf and swimming to Y members, and access to the Thornton Y for golfers.
For the second summer in a row, the Y is operating the Country Aire Pool in Broken Arrow. Your Y membership gives you free access to the great neighborhood pool, which is open M/W/Th/F noon-6:00 p.m., Saturday & Sunday 1:00-6:00 p.m. Guests are $4.
The YMCA of GREATER TULSA is pleased to offer the Reach & Rise™ Mentoring Program in the Tulsa community. The program helps at-risk youth overcome personal, social and family challenges through a positive adult-youth relationship. To learn more visit www.ymcatulsa.org/supporting-ymca/volunteering.