The American Turners is a national organization founded in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1848 by German immigrants. Our motto, "A Sound Mind in a Sound Body", explains the purpose of the American Turners. We are a family organization, encouraging people of all ages to be mentally and physically active.
Our 53 Societies, located in 12 Districts throughout the United States, participate in athletic and cultural activities. Many have gymnasiums and teach gymnastics and other sports to people of all ages. We have yearly national competitions in gymnastics, golf, bowling, softball, volleyball, and cultural activities. In addition there are regional events in other sports.
For some GREAT summer fun, Come One Come All Turners to the 54th National Festival July 21st - July 25th!
You won't want to miss it!
» Junior Bowling - All Societies
February 15th - March 15th
» National Bowling - Syracuse
April 11th-12th; April 25th-26th; May 16th - 17th
» National Softball - Ft. Wayne
June 27th & 28th
» National Golf - Clinton
July 8th - July 10th
» National Festival (Turnfest) - Aurora
July 21st - 25th
» National Council Meeting - Ft. Wayne
October 2nd & 3rd
» Calling All American Turners - to Support the 2015 Special Olympic World Games
» ** 54th National Festival Info** - Registration Form (Now Live March 1 - June 6)
» Turner Topics - Download the 2015 March/April issue in PDF format. Get the latest information on the 54th National Festival to be held July 21st - July 25th.
» Active Aging - Nutrition
» Youth Membership Application form
» 2015 National Scholarship forms
» Endowment Trust Grants
» Health Tip-of-the-Month