Open Gym Times

Free to members · Guests $3
Wednesday  7:00 pm–9:00 pm
Sunday        12:30 pm- 2:30pm
Monday    6pm - 9pm 
      Competitive*     11:30am - 1 pm*  
      Social/All Levels 1-3pm
Monday - Friday       6 - 8am
Tuesday                  6 - 8:30pm
Saturday                 7-  9am
       Sunday                   3-  5pm
Join these informal, friendly games.  Open Gym is for all ability levels, ages 16 & up.

Everyone is welcome at the Brown County Community YMCA

If you are not a member, you may use the facility by paying a daily guest fee:
  • $5 for ages 3 to 18
  • $8 for ages 19 & up
  • $5 for Military with ID

Community Day is the first Saturday of each month Brown County residents may use the facility for free.

If you are a member of another Y we honor the membership with 3 free visits per calendar year. 


Fitness Classes

The last Session of 2015!

The Brown County YMCA is proud to offer a variety of fitness classes

2015 Session Dates:

  • November 9 - December 18



Holiday Hours

The YMCA will have adjusted hours during the Holiday Season.

Thanksgiving Eve – 5:30am to 4pm

Thanksgiving Day – Closed

Christmas Eve – 5:30am to 12pm

Christmas Day – Closed

New Year's Eve –  5:30am to 12pm

New Year's Day – Closed


2nd Annual Trick or Treat on Salt Creek Trail

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2nd Annual Trick or Treat on the Trail.  It was a huge success with 1,000 ghosts and goblins braving the 16 volunteer Trick or Treat Stations.  The candy was flying into the trick or treat bags and pumpkins.   Thank You goes to Brown County Sheriff Department for patrolling the trail, double checking pretend weapons and keeping everyone safe; also thank you Brown County EMT’s for being a presence. 

Thank you to all of the Y members and community members who donated 5,000 pieces of candy to help supplement the volunteers of the trail.  I think we have 17 pieces left!  Special Thank you to Nancy Baldwin and HFI for over 700 pieces.  Thank you to the following Y Board Members Brian Fenneman, Betsy Parman, Jim Skaarsgard, Kevin Snyder and Carol Zapapas and Y staff Kirsten Winkle and Matt Powell; all for volunteering their time for this Spooky fun evening.

Thank you to the following for the scary station  volunteers:  Matt and Heather Powell, Dennis and Betsy Parman, Brian and Darla Fenneman, Carol Zapapas, Gina Wagler and friend, David Gerchak, Robert Barzilauskas and Cathi, Mark Shields and Family, Paula Mitchell, Annette Kleeman, Alan Birkemeier, Ken and Carol Birkemeier, Kevin Sullivan and Family, Sara Little, Kevin Snyder, Adina Francis, Sandy Andrews, Floyd and Beth Robison, and the Brown County Inn- Barry Herring and Courtney Gosser.  Thank you to Access Brown County for shuttling folks from CVS to Y, they carried approximately 300 riders!

This would not have been such a success without everyone pitching in and making this a true community event.


See Everyone next year!




January 6, 2016 – March 2, 2016

The Brown County Community YMCA together with the Brown County Volleyball Program invite girls in first through fourth grade to participate in the Girls Instructional Volleyball Program. This program focuses on developing the essential skills of passing, setting, serving, and hitting. Participants will also learn fundamental game rules, strategy, sportsmanship, and teamwork, through a combination of instructional sessions and games. The skills and rules will be modified to fit each age group. A T-shirt and passers will be provided. All practices will be held at the Brown County YMCA. Parents are welcome to attend; however, they must remain in the gymnasium. Any parent who wishes to use the YMCA facility while his/her daughter is practicing must pay the daily guest fee. See game schedule for game location.

Who: Girls in 1st –4th grade

Cost:  $25

Registration and Payment Deadline:  Register and pay at the YMCA by Tuesday, Dec 22 or drop off at your school office by Wednesday, Dec. 16


Youth Swim League

January 12 - March 12, 2016

This program helps swimmers develop and refine their swim endurance and stroke technique.  Instruction is provided to meet each individual swimmer's needs.  Swim club is less competitive than traditional swim teams.  However, two in-house meets are scheduled for the swim-league participants.

  • nine weeks of swim practice 
  • two swim meets
  • Ribbons at all meets
  • Ages 8-18