Facility, Schedule and Program Updates

The Information You Need Through COVID-19


These are unprecedented times with unprecedented challenges, but we are in it with you until the end and we’re committed to building community strength during this health crisis.

Since our founding, we have met the challenges our community is facing. From the need to serve young people in the industrial revolution to becoming a leader in child care when more parents had to work to shuffling programs after 9/11, we have been there for the community.

Today is no different.

The nature of this virus, and how it spreads, presents significant challenges for the Y and our community. In accordance with recent updates from the CDC, Governor Chris Sununu, and state and local government agencies we are making adjustments to our Y programs and services until further notice.

Please check back here often for updates as we gain more information from our state and local leaders. Further detail and communications about our closure and how we are addressing the needs of our community during this health crisis can be found on our YMCA Alerts page.

Stay Well. Stay Safe. Stay With Us.



Based on continued recommendations from the CDC, state and local health officials and area government agencies, we must extend our temporary suspension of all YMCA facility access and programs until further notice.

This includes facility access, group fitness classes and wellness programs in all YMCA facilities.

Visit our Beyond Our Walls web page. You will find a set of virtual tools, open-air resources, and information you can put to use while we all comply with public health efforts. It’s our way of helping you to stay active, healthy and connected in your own home, and on your own time.

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Swim Lessons

All YMCAs have paused all swim lessons beginning Monday, March 16. We will evaluate restarting swim lessons and/or creating alternative schedules for them when our pools have reopened.

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We have paused all programs at the YMCA until further notice. Any payments previously made for Session D programs are now set up as prorated credits for the unused portion of Session D programs on your account and can be applied to a future program at the YMCA of Greater Nashua. This includes all arts and humanities, sports, dance, swim lessons, fitness classes, and music classes.

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School Programs

The YMCA is suspending all child care programs until further notice. Suspended programs include Before School, After School, Early Eduction, Creation Station. The YMCA will suspend bank drafts beginning March 20 and restart them once programs resume.

YMCA Achievement Center programs running in the Hudson school district are assisting with remote learning efforts in those elementary and middle schools.

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Essential Personnel Child Care

The YMCA is offering an all-day child care program for children of essential workers. This program is held at the Merrimack YMCA at 6 Henry Clay Drive in Merrimack, NH. The program runs from 7 a.m. – 6:00 p.m and is for kids ages 6 weeks to 5th grade.

If you are an essential employee and in need of child care please reach out to Elizabeth Witmer at 603.881.7778 or visit our Essential Personnel Child Care web page to begin the registration process.

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All events have been canceled or suspended through April 30. Events happening after this date are still under advisement and their viability will be determined at a later date. Stay tuned for further updates.

Friday Night Teen Nights at the Westwood Park YMCA have been cancelled through May 1. We will revisit Teen Nights happening after this date in late April.

March 28: Night on Broadway Cabaret has been postponed, no new date has been set yet..

May 2: 7th Annual YMCA Indoor Farmers & Artisan Market has been postponed, no new date has been set yet.

May 8: Champions of Change Gala has been cancelled.

May 16: Camp Sargent Open House is still currently under advisement.

June 1: 2020 YMCA Sending Kids to Camp Golf Tournament has been cancelled.

June 6: Camp Sargent Open House is still scheduled.

June 14: Greater Nashua Sprint Triathlon has been cancelled.

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Stay with us.

On behalf of everyone at the YMCA of Greater Nashua, we ask that you remain a part of our Y and continue to support the critical work we do in our community.

The significant impact we have on individuals, children, families and those who need us most is dependent on our program and membership fees. Your membership fees enable our Y to help the community, support our employees and remain strong through these extraordinary circumstances.

The impact you help our Y make as a member lasts a lifetime.

Options for keeping your membership, putting it on hold or converting it to YMCA donation can be found here.

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