Outdoor Swim Lessons Start Monday, June 15
By Arlington Parks and Recreation
Posted on June 10, 2020, June 10, 2020

swim lessonOutdoor swim lessons start next week, Monday, June 15 and are available mornings and evenings!

One of the best things you can do to help your family stay safe is to enroll in age-appropriate swim lessons. Designed for those ages six months to adult, Arlington Aquatics swim lessons help set the stage for a lifetime of water safety by equipping you with the knowledge and skills needed to help you and your loved ones swim safe and with confidence.

The City of Arlington is only offering private lessons this summer season. Arlington Aquatics is offering small group/semi-private lessons upon request for swimmers ages 2 & above. Small group/semi-private lessons can be booked when the students are close together in skill level from the same household.

Arlington Aquatics is also offering parent/child classes in two levels: Starfish (6 months to 35 months) and Toddler Swim (3 years old). Both classes will consist of the parent in the water with the student while the instructor gives guidance from the pool deck, social distancing between families will be adhered to.

“We are excited to offer swimming lessons this season with an emphasis on water safety skills to keep all of our participants safe near, on, and around the water,” said Arlington Aquatics Manager Maria Campbell.

Lessons are in the mornings at Bad Konigshofen and Allen Bolden from Monday through Thursday and in the evenings at Woodland West and Allen Bolden Monday through Thursday.

You can register for swim lessons, online at naturallyfun.org, at any of our centers as well as the Parks Admin Building.

A.M. lessons are available from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

P.M. lessons are available from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Private lessons are 4 classes for 25 minutes, $100 (Semi private lessons are $75/child).

Group classes (parent/child 1 & 2) are 8 classes for 25 minutes and $60.

Click here to register online today!

Because of COVID-19, Arlington Aquatics has reduced lesson numbers, is regularly screening employees, and has implemented a stringent cleaning regiment.

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