Locations & Hours

Knox County Family YMCA

1324 West Carl Sandburg Dr.
Galesburg, IL 61401

Hours:


Year 'Round
Monday-Thursday5:00am-9:00pm
Friday5:00am-8:00pm
Saturday6:00am-5:00pm
Sunday10:00am-5:00pm
Holidays (2020)
New Year's Day7:00-11:00am
Easter* Closed
Memorial Day7:00-11:00am
Independence Day7:00-11:00am
Labor Day7:00-11:00am
Thanksgiving*Closed
Christmas Eve5:00am-3:00pm
Christmas*Closed
New Year's Eve5:00am-3:00pm

*Visit the 24 hour Downtown Galesburg YMCA

Downtown Galesburg YMCA

200 East Main St.
Galesburg, IL 61401
Phone: 309-342-0420

Hours:


Staffed Hours                    




Monday-Thursday9:00am-7:00pm


Friday9:00am-5:00pm



Not staffed on Holidays



Open 365 days/year, 24 hours/day!


24-hour access is available to those 18 & over. Access is granted with your YMCA scan card or Mobile App!


Ages 14-17 are allowed in the facility during staffed hours. In order for ages 14-17 to utilize the facility during non-staffed hours, a sit-down appointment must be scheduled to agree upon the guidelines listed here.


Ages 13 & under are not permitted to utilize the Downtown Galesburg YMCA, with the exception of those in Childwatch.

Early Learning Center

192 East South St.
Galesburg, IL 61401
Phone: 309-342-4315

Hours:


Year 'Round
Monday-Friday6:00am-6:00pm
HolidaysClosed

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Our Success Stories

The preschool classroom at the Early Learning Center is participating once again in the Adopt-A-Cow Program, in which they remotely adopt and follow the growth of a single cow. This year’s cow is named Sara and she lives on the Knebel Dairy Farm in Wisconsin. The Adopt-A-Cow Program is an opportunity for the children to learn more about animals, to follow the growth stages of their selected animal, and to grow along with her. Our children entered a video contest to win a trip to a farm, and are currently waiting to hear back about it. Through adopting Sara the cow, they can learn about ear tags, milk production, growth stages, and much more! They are also able to monitor the cow’s growth, receive updates, and learn about farms, animals and nutrition.