Norfolk Family YMCA
Located in Norfolk, Nebraska

FOR YOUTH DEVELOPMENT, FOR HEALTHY LIVING, FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

We are located at 301 W. Benjamin Avenue. Our current facility opened in May of 1981. In the 33 years since opening this building, we have added on and remodeled twice to keep up with our growing membership. The YMCA is for everyone, young and old, members and non-members. So come on in and join the fun.

Feel free to come and tour the building and pick up information on memberships, classes, and pool times.

Our Mission

To put Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy Spirit, Mind and Body for all.

Up Coming Events

Do you have our Mobile App? You can now use it instead of your membership card to enter the facility! :-) Enter the barcode number on the back of your membership card into your app and wahlah – you are ready to go! If you have misplaced your card or do not know your barcode number – stop at the Welcome
Center and we would be glad to help!

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Attention Visiting YMCA Members

We honor memberships from all YMCAs so when visiting our area, be sure to bring your membership card!

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Volunteers!

There are lots of opportunities to volunteer at the YMCA in so many different areas! Whether you want to work with youth camps and sports or special events such as the Triathlon, we welcome your talents. Call the Y for more information: 402-371-9770.

Laser Tag!

Private Laser Tag Parties are available all year!
Friday Night-Open Play Laser Tag will run October thru March.
Must Pay for session when booking.
Y Laser Tag recommended for age 8 & up!

Volunteers!

At the YMCA, your time and talent go a long way. Every hour you spend as a YMCA volunteer translates into the caring attention a child or teen needs to grow up healthy and resilient. It translates into support for families so they can be successful and strong. Into healthier lives for people of all ages, backgrounds, abilities and incomes. Into a safer, more viable community that’s a good place to live and work.