Holiday Hours in 2024

Last updated: January 8, 2024, at 12:06 p.m. PT

Originally published: December 12, 2019, at 9:47 a.m. PT

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YMCA of Greater Seattle local Y's will be operating the following holiday hours schedule in 2024:

 

  • New Year’s Day:  January 1 | New! Regular hours 
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day:  January 15 | Regular hours
  • President’s Day:  February 19 |  Regular hours
  • Easter Sunday:  March 31 | Regular hours
    • Auburn Valley Y, Downtown Seattle Y, Fauntleroy Y, and University Family Y are closed
  • Memorial Day:  May 27 | 7:00-11:00 am
    • Auburn Valley Y, Downtown Seattle Y, and Fauntleroy Y are closed
  • YMCA of Greater Seattle Staff Appreciation Day: June 8 | All Y locations close at 11:00 am
  • Juneteenth: June 19 | Regular hours
  • Fourth of July:  July 4 | 7:00-11:00 am 
    • Sammamish Community Y closed in recognition of the City of Sammamish Fourth on the Plateau event  
    • Snoqualmie Valley Y closed in recognition of the City of Snoqualmie Fourth of July event
    • Auburn Valley Y, Downtown Seattle Y, and Fauntleroy Y are closed
  • Labor Day:  September 2 | 7:00-11:00 am
    • Auburn Valley Y, Downtown Seattle Y and Fauntleroy Y are closed
  • Veterans Day:  November 11 | Regular hours
  • Thanksgiving Day: November 28 | 7:00-11:00 am
    • Auburn Valley Y and Fauntleroy Y are closed
  • Day After Thanksgiving: November 29 | Regular hours
  • Christmas Eve:  December 24 | 7:00-11:00 am
    • Auburn Valley Y and Fauntleroy Y are closed
  • Christmas Day:  December 24 | All YMCA of Greater Seattle Y’s are closed
  • New Year's Eve:  December 31 | 7:00 am-11:00 am
    • Auburn Valley Y and Fauntleroy Y are closed

 


On these nationally recognized holidays, branches may offer special programming in celebration of the holiday and unique schedules for things like Group Exercise Classes or Kids Zone. Before you visit, take a moment to check your branch’s schedule:

We are working to be a place welcoming to people of all backgrounds and cultures, regardless of what holidays they celebrate, or how they chose to celebrate them. Being a welcoming place in our community starts with our employees, who represent different ethnicities, religions, cultural backgrounds, customs and interests, and countries of birth. These holidays are only a few of the holidays some of our staff celebrate all year.

For these nationally recognized holidays, our holiday hours are a way to make sure we are there for our members and families, regardless of if, or how, they celebrate.  

We look forward to enjoying the holidays with you and your family at the Y!

 

Category: Holidays