Holcomb Family YMCA to Host Grand Opening Event December 11

SPRING, Texas – The Holcomb YMCA family is inviting the community to join them for the grand opening of their facility on Saturday, December 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Holcomb Family YMCA is located on the shores of the beautiful 100-acre Holcomb Lake on Imperial Promenade Drive, near Interstate 99/Grand Parkway in Falls at Imperial Oaks Development, which is located in Spring, Texas.

Indoor-Outdoor Exercise Space at Holcomb Family YMCA 2021
Photo: Indoor-Outdoor Workout Space at Holcomb Family YMCA 2021

The event will feature family games and activities, snacks, Y Swag, Kids Kona Ice (first 500 kids), NERF wars, fort building for kids, group shows in exercise classes, soccer clinics, fitness clinics and strength clinics in partnership with RedLine Athletics , and more. It is open to everyone in the community.

The highly anticipated Holcomb YMCA Phase One project consists of a unique and innovative interior/exterior design that is open, welcoming and adaptable in all seasons and conditions. Available amenities include a 12,000-square-foot suite with lawn, a multi-purpose court for basketball, pickle ball, and other sports activities. In addition, there will be a one-of-a-kind outdoor fitness center with outdoor aerobic space for group exercises and other training, large multi-purpose sports fields for soccer, lacrosse, camps and other programs designed to inspire youth to thrive. There will also be social and community areas located within the existing landscape and will contain picnic tables, lawn seating, and an area for food trucks and social gatherings.


Members will have the opportunity to participate in wellness activities, group exercise classes, soccer leagues, soccer clinics, youth enrichment programs and martial arts with personal and small group coaching starting in late January.

“We are excited to expand services to the larger Spring community with this location. The YMCA of Greater Houston was founded 135 years ago as a place where all people can find hope, fellowship, and healing. By bringing together people from different backgrounds, perspectives, and generations, we ensure that everyone has the opportunities, relationships and resources needed to learn, grow and thrive. Chris Butch, District CEO, said:

The expansion of YMCA services to the Spring community was the result of the donation of 10.2 acres of land valued at more than $3 million by developers Jim Holcomb, Dick Weekly, and David Weekly. In addition to the land, the Holcomb and Weekley families donated $3 million to build the first phase of the project. The YMCA should raise additional funds to support future buildings for the project and it is in the initial stages of a capital campaign.


For more information about the YMCA of Greater Houston or ways to get involved, please visit www.ymcahouston.org and follow the organization on Facebook @YMCAHouston and Instagram @YMCAHouston.

Founded in 1886, today Y remains committed to the health of the more than half a million people in Greater Houston who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at centers throughout the Houston area. Strengthening the community is our cause. Together, we connect the active and engaged residents of the Greater Houston area to build our best.


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