Our Youth Cooking Workshops offer your child a day of fun at the Y!
We will spend the morning learning recipes and cooking in our teaching kitchen, eat what we make for lunch, and spend the afternoon playing games in the gym, swimming and doing crafts.
While in the kitchen, we focus on basic cooking skills, kitchen safety best-practices and a specialized menu. Each participant will go home with a copy of the day’s recipes.
Child care is available both before and after class for a fee.
SPECIAL OFFER: Register for 3 classes, get fourth class 50% off! (Must call 317.715.2131 to redeem.)
Questions or dietary restrictions? Contact Mia Schulte at 317.715.2131.
Join a group for a 30 minute walk to rejuvenate your spirit, mind and body. Enjoy the social and physical benefits of meeting with a group and being in motion.
We set a pace where no one is left behind and welcome all to come and find community while staying active.
This activity is FREE to Y members.
Kitchen Basics is an adult cooking class series led by our experienced instructor, Kellyn Powers.
This month’s class will cover the tradition of Hygge – the Norwegian and Danish practice of bringing a feeling of coziness and comfort to a home.
Students will receive written notes and will have the opportunity to try all of the recipes as we go.
About Our Instructor:
Kellyn Powers is a graduate of Indiana University, mother of two young girls, and holds an intense fascination with food anthropology; specifically, with how food effects our quality of life, mental and physical health, and how food can be used to improve our relationships within our families and communities.
Kellyn has 15 years of experience in the food and hospitality industry, in the midst of which she graduated from The Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts in Boulder, Colorado in 2013. The program focused on “bare-bone” techniques in the kitchen, primarily using a knife, an oven, a whisk and a bowl to concoct all sorts of delicious foods. Outside of the kitchen, Kellyn studied modern agriculture to become more conscious of our food and where it comes from.
Kellyn’s style of cooking is an eclectic mix of healthy comfort food. Just because it is good for you doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice taste, texture and quality of a meal!
The Irsay Family YMCA Mini-Marathon Training Program will prepare you for the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon and help you achieve your goal of crossing the finish line after 13.1 miles!
Our training program includes mileage plans, organized training days, equipment information, cross-training suggestions, and nutrition strategies. Join us!
15-week program begins the week of January 13, 2020 and includes:
- 3 days/week training led by YMCA coaches
- 2019 YMCA Mini-Marathon technical shirt
- Expert speakers/materials on topics such as nutrition, injury prevention, and more
- Running mileage plans
- Play and Learn child watch services available while you train
- Must be able to maintain a 15 minute per mile pace
- New for 2020… by participating in our half marathon training, you are automatically added to our 2020 Running Club
Choose one option:
|TRAINING DAYS||TRAINING TIMES||TRAINING FEE|
|MONDAY & WEDNESDAY |
|5:30 p.m. (Monday & Wednesday) |
8:30 a.m. (Saturday)
|Y Members and Franciscan Employees: $90* |
All Others: $105*
|*SATURDAY ONLY||8:30 a.m.||Y Member: $50* |
All Others: $60*
*Saturday runs are open to all registered participants. Training fee does not include race registration. All participants are responsible for own race registration. You will need to register separately for the 2020 OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini- Marathon online at www.indymini.com.