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Kirk - KCPBS Block Party

Kansas City PBS Kids Block Party
222 W 11th Street, Kansas City, MO 64105
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Kansas City PBS Kids Block Party. In Kind Sponsor Andrews McMeel Universal. Presenting Sponsor Community America Credit Union. Graphic with sunshine and light images of children.
Kirk Family YMCA (Downtown)

***Event is free, but registration is full and tickets are no longer available.***

Bring the family and join Kansas City PBS at the Kirk Family YMCA for a day of action and activities designed to get kids moving, thinking and eager to jump into an active lifestyle!

Featuring activities from Kansas City community partners including the Y, 90.9 The Bridge, Harvesters, Children’s Mercy Hospital and the Kansas City Public Library, as well as donated books by Andrews McMeel Universal. Plus, help us do a little bit of good by bringing non-perishable canned goods to the event in donation to Harvesters, as they work to end hunger in the Kansas City metro area.

Kids will also have the opportunity to meet Daniel Tiger from "Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood" and take home some goodies from Kansas City PBS Kids and our partners!

CHIEFS TRAINING LAB POWERED BY GEHA - Kirk

Chiefs Training Lab Powered by GEHA Experience
222 W 11th Street, Kansas City, MO 64105
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Chiefs Training Lab powered by GEHA Interactive Exercise Experience
Kirk Family YMCA (Downtown)

The YMCA of Greater Kansas City is proud to partner with the Kansas City Chiefs to bring the Chiefs Training Lab Powered by GEHA to the Kirk Family YMCA. The Chiefs Training Lab helps youth learn key components of a healthy lifestyle through interactive experiences focused on mental, physical and social health. Visitors can warm up at the "Let's Get Moving" station, where they'll do a series of guided exercises. Other activities include an interactive experience focused on healthy eating habits and a virtual photo station. This event is  free and open to the public. No registration is required.

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Asked Questions

Get answers to common questions about the Kirk Family YMCA.

We're here to help. Let us know if you have additional questions, or call us at 816.842.9622.

How much does membership cost?

We believe the opportunity for good health should be available to all people. We offer membership rates that take into consideration your household size, age and more. Use our Rate Calculator to find the monthly membership option that fits your needs.

Do you offer discounts for area companies?

Yes, we offer discounts for employees of companies that are YMCA Healthy Living Partners. Contact us to learn more about the discounts available through your employer.

Is financial assistance available?

Yes. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. Contact us to learn more.

What does a Y membership include?

YMCA of Greater Kansas City member benefits include:

I'm visiting from out of town. Can I use my Y membership from another Y at your facility?

Yes. Our Y participates in the Y AWAY (Always Welcome at the Y) program, which allows Y members from across the country to use our Y up to 10 times in a calendar year without a fee. 

Can I purchase a day pass to use the facility?

Yes. You can pay our daily use fee at the Welcome Center and access everything our Y has to offer for the entire day. The daily use fee for an adult is $15 and $8 for children ages 12 weeks to 17 years.

Do you have to be a member to use the swimming pool?

A membership is needed to use the pool on a regular basis, or you may pay a daily-use fee. However, swim lessons are available to anyone in the community for a flat fee. Y members receive a discount on swim lessons. You also may rent the pools and choose among our pool party packages.

I will need child care while I work out. What does the Y offer?

Our center offers child care through our Kids Zone program. Kids Zone is free of charge with your household membership for your child ages 3 months to 8 years old. Care is available for up to two hours while you are in the Y facility. Your child will be engaged in active play during their time in Kids Zone. We put safety first with a sign-in and sign-out procedure practiced at all times.

Does my child need to wear a personal flotation device in the pool?

All children 14 years and younger are required to pass a swim test before being allowed to be in a YMCA of Greater Kansas City pool without a personal flotation device or without direct adult supervision. Children 9 years and older can use the pool independently without a parent if they pass a test but children 8 years and younger who pass the test must still have a parent present in the pool area. A parent needs to remain in the building.

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