Welcome to the Hastings Y. We believe in the power of building community through youth development, promoting healthy living, and encouraging social responsibility. We recognize the power of working together, with people of every age and background, to make life better for everyone in and around Hastings, Nebraska.
Our success is measured by how well we engage our community in each of these areas of focus.
The Hastings Y builds programs that help children and teens learn positive behaviors, explore interests, and realize their potential. Creating a positive experience for youth today, builds confident, community-minded adults in the future.
Healthy living involves more than physical activity. It requires a healthy mind and spirit, too. The Hastings Y is designed to challenge you in every area, helping you to better achieve a well-rounded lifestyle.
The best communities are the result of people of every age and walk of life, working together to achieve incredible goals. At the Hastings Y, we encourage people to experience the personal satisfaction that comes from giving to others through time and talents.
Hastings, NE-- This week the Hastings Family YMCA has announced the completion of their locker room upgrades, at the 16th Street location. The YMCA worked very hard to fundraise money for this project and have it completed in a timely manner. Construction on the locker rooms began in the beginning of November, starting with the Women's locker room, then beginning work in the Men's around mid-November.
This fun, challenging event is back! Swim 2.4 miles, cycle 112 miles, and run/walk 26.2 miles like that of David Scott (legendary 6-time Ironman World Champion.) Yet, rather than completing these components in 8:01:59, you have six weeks to finish this feat. Registration is only $25. At the completion of race components, hand in your tracking log and receive your hard earned long sleeve t-shirt and wear it with pride!
“The YMCA offers me much more than just a place to exercise. It helps me gain physical, mental, social and emotional skills to be the best version of myself I can be. I have several areas in which I struggle. I have a knee replacement, osteoporosis, a stress fracture in my back, and I am