Salem Active Living Community Workshop

Please join us for this free workshop!

Learn how to build an active living community for all ages and abilities. Join neighbors, city staff and community leaders to learn about and discuss how to support active living in Salem. Lunch provided. 

Event Date:  Tuesday, October 17, 2017; 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. First Christian Church 305 E. Walnut St., Salem, IN 47167 

Presentations and activities will include: 

  • The benefits of planning and building for active living
  • Best practices and strategies for success
  • Walking audit of nearby infrastructure
  • Identification of active living goals for Salem 

Register Today

Please register by Tuesday, October 10, 2017 

Click here to register for this event

Click here for the event flyer

Questions may be directed to Katelyn Kutemeier at 812-883-4601 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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The Washington County Family YMCA is a volunteer led charitable organization of men, women, and children of all ages, abilities, races and religions. Our mission is to put Christian Principles into practice that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

The Y is a leading voice on health and well being. We bring families closer together, encourage good health, and foster connections through fitness, sports, fun and shared interests. As a result, 4,125 people in our community are receiving the support, guidance, and resources they need to achieve greater health in spirit, mind, and body. This is particularly important as our nation struggles with an obesity crisis, families struggle with work/life balance, and individuals search for personal fulfillment. Our programs are accessible, affordable, and open to all faiths, backgrounds, abilities, and income levels. In 2016, the Y served 4,125 people and provided $47,500 in financial assistance to 502 families who otherwise would have faced economic barriers to participation.