The following was submitted by the YMCA of Greater Boston:
The YMCA of Greater Boston is partnering with Boston Moves for Health as a community resource in Mayor Menino’s Million Pound Challenge to keep the city moving.
The Y is offering free events and classes open to the community at their 13 locations throughout the month of March to help Boston residents realize why getting and staying active is important.
No registration is required, and the full calendar of free classes can be found online at ymcaboston.org/bostonmoves.
“Healthy living is a key component of the Y’s mission and we are thrilled to partner with the Mayor and open our Y’s doors and help even more people realize the benefits of a healthy lifestyle,” said Kevin Washington, President and CEO of the YMCA.
Classes are for all fitness levels and for everyone in the community ages 16 and up and are offered at all of the Greater Boston Y’s: downtown Boston, Brighton, Charlestown, East Boston, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Needham, Reading, Roxbury, Waltham, West Roxbury and Woburn.
For more information or to download the full calendar of free classes, visit ymcaboston.org/bostonmoves.
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