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Daily Family YMCA

Daily Family YMCA

The Daily Family YMCA has amenities for young and old, individuals and families, including a fitness center, basektball gym, group exercise classes, indoor pool, whirlpool, dry sauna, wet sauna, locker rooms, family locker rooms, Play & Learn childcare while you work out, playground, soccer and baseball fields, indoor track, summer day camp, and before-and after school care on campus at Bixby Elementary Schools.

The Daily YMCA is now offering online registration for our upcoming sports seasons and other YMCA programs. To browse and register for the programs available through online registration, please click the link below:

Click here for Program Registration

7910 E. 134th St. South
(918) 369-9622
(918) 369-9624 (fax)
Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday 5:00 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Saturday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Events and News
  • Late Registration! - Fall Youth Sports - Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball
Spots open based on availability. See the sports packet/registration form below.
  • Parents' Night Out! Sat. Sept 30th
You have fun, kids do too! Our Play N' Learn department wants to give you a break. Drop them off with us on Saturday, August 26th, from 4-8pm at the Y, while you go out. Your kids will have a blast with arts and crafts, games and more. Sign up at the front desk. Just $10 per child (multi-child discount available). Please bring a sack meal.
  • Fall Youth Swim Lessons Sept - Dec 2017
Learn to swim, be safer near water! These sessions are for beginning swimmers with no previous swim instruction, and swimmers who are comfortable in the water and can swim short distances without assistance or floatation devices. In addition to group lessons, private and semi-private lessons are available. More info and online registration below.
  • Before and After School Care at Bixby Public Schools
The Daily Family YMCA serves to enrich each child’s unique social, emotional, cognitive, and physical growth in a developmentally appropriate program. We proudly announce our joint effort with Bixby Public Schools to integrate student learning throughout the day and into after school hours within the school buildings. Locations: Northeast Elementary/Intermediate, North Elementary/North Intermediate, Central Elementary, Central Intermediate.
  • Free Fitness Classes at Charley Young Event Park
Join us for Yoga (Fridays 6-7am), Zumba (Thursdays 6-7pm) and Defend Together (Mondays 6-7pm, mixed martial arts & cardio workout), Every week at Charley Young Event Park. All classes are FREE. A big thank you to our sponsor Farmers Insurance - Robin Decatur.
  • Upcoming Public Workshop - Bixby2030.com - Our Vision. Our Future.
Thur, Sept. 21st at 6pm. Bixby Community Center. Why should you attend? Bixby residents have an incredible opportunity to impact the future of their city. Take advantage of this opportunity to share your thoughts and feedback. The City of Bixby is currently updating its Comprehensive Plan, which sets the community's vision for the next 10 years. It guides all aspects for the city moving forward.
  • NEW: Aqua-Therapy Class (MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Pain Management)
Tuesdays 6-7pm. Ease the physical symptoms and improve your emotional outlook through gentle, low impact, aqua exercises. Aqua Therapy allows you to move in ways they may not be able to on land. Aquatic classes are taught by instructors trained in the delivery of specific exercises and movements appropriate for those with Multiple Sclerosis. Aquatic exercise gives you the opportunity to work on balance, resistance, & more.
  • Your Support Is Appreciated!
In 2016, the Daily Family Y gave away $80,000 in financial assistance to individuals and families in need, so they could benefit from our programs and membership. The needs of our community continue to increase. We rely on the support of our staff, volunteers and members. Please consider making an investment online: http://bit.ly/supportymca or at the front desk. Meet one of our 2nd graders Jack, his mom calls the Y his 'co-parent.'