HOLIDAY CLOSURE: The Health & Fitness Center will be closed on Sunday, April 17th, in observance of Easter.
Holistic well-being encompasses mind, body, social and spirit. All aspects of our health are interconnected and function as a whole. Please join us for our Equity and Justice Community Conversation on Wednesday, January 19 at 4:30 p.m. with Marjorie Grevious.
In compliance with Ramsey County guidance and the latest Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations amid rising COVID-19 cases in the Twin Cities, YWCA St. Paul will require that face coverings to be worn by everyone—both vaccinated and unvaccinated—inside our facility effective January 6, 2022.
The latest guidelines at YWCA St. Paul require face coverings for all YW employees, and for fitness members and visitors that are unvaccinated. We strongly encourage facial coverings for everyone regardless of vaccination status, and continue to encourage social distancing, fitness reservation systems, self-cleaning stations and staying home if you are not feeling well.
A self-described ‘child of St. Paul,’ Tina Grant grew up mere blocks from the YWCA St. Paul. But it wasn’t until a colleague invited her to a YW fundraiser in 2012, that she began to really understand the scope of YW’s work. Having served on the Board since 2013, Tina continues to be impressed by the work YW does.
Yesterday, ‘Altitude’ was unveiled in its public location in the window on YWCA St. Paul’s second floor overlooking St. Paul’s Selby & Western intersection. Remarks were made at the celebration by Gaye Adams Massey, CEO YWCA St. Paul; Mayor Melvin Carter, St. Paul Mayor; and Dr. Nicole Mary Milligan, The Milligan Studio Artist.
YWCA St. Paul would like to congratulate Tawanna A. Black for being selected by Twin Cities Business as their 2021 Person of the Year. Black