What's Happening at the Y?


Ashtabula YMCA featured in the Star Beacon

Community Life
"The biggest challenge the YMCA faces today is funding.As a non-profit organization, we budget to break even and needless to say,2020 did not meet expectations for us financially. Much of what we offer is donor funded or donor subsidized —Livestrong for cancer survivors, aquatics programming like boating education and water safety, support groups and the financial assistance we provide to ensur
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Youth Martial Arts

Youth and Adult Martial Arts is Back

Healthy Living
Martial Arts classes are back at the Y!  Local Black Belt Frank Verdi is teaching youth and adult classes on Wednesday evenings.  Youth class (ages 7 to 13) runs from 6 to 7:30pm, and adult class (14 and older) runs from 7:30 to 9pm.  Classes run in four week sessions, with the cost per session either $18 for Y members or $40 for participants.  The next session starts on February 3, 2021. 
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Men's Basketball Image

Adult Noon Basketball to Resume January 11

Healthy Living
Beginning Monday, January 11, 2021, the YMCA gym will be open for adult noontime basketball on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:00 to 1:30pm.  Members over the age of 18 will be able to come in and play pickup basketball at those times. In order to ensure our ability to continue to operate safely, all state coronavirus sports mandates must be followed:
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Virtual YMCA


YMCA members can access the Robert S Morrison Virtual YMCA. New videos and live streams are added regularly. All you need is the barcode number from your membership card or phone app to get started.

Give to the Y


When you give to the Y, you are funding life-changing programs that help children, adults and families in Ashtabula County to learn, grow and thrive.