May is Water Safety Month - Join and SAVE!
Water Exercise Classes
Jump right into our aqua classes and build cardiovascular fitness and strength. There is something for everyone, no matter age or skill level. From Ai Chi to Zumba there is a class for everyone.
American Red Cross Lifeguarding Course
This course is designed to give participants the basic skills and knowledge needed to be lifeguards in pools. This comprehensive course offers up to date information on how to guard, anticipate, and prevent problems and to take action to help those in need. Red Cross CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications are included in the cost of the program. Participants must pass a swim test on the first day of class in order to remain registered. There is a no-refundable fee of $75 for anyone who can not pass the swim test.
Turning heads by making waves. This competitive swim team focuses on perfecting swimming skills and building self confidence in a fun atmosphere. A great way for kids to get involved in swimming! Visit the Riptide team website by clicking here.
Swim lessons for all ages.
The Y partners with Make a Splash
About the USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash initiative
The USA Swimming Foundation’s Make a Splash initiative is a national child-focused water safety campaign, which aims to provide the opportunity for every child in America to learn to swim. Through Make a Splash, the USA Swimming Foundation partners with learn-to-swim providers and water safety advocates across the country to provide swimming lessons and educate children and their families on the importance of learning how to swim. The USA Swimming Foundation has invested millions of dollars to provide grants to qualified Local Partner learn-to-swim programs, to spread national awareness, and to bring together strategic partners to end drowning. To date, more than 5 million children have received the lifesaving gift of swim lessons through the USA Swimming Foundation Make a Splash Local Partner network, comprised of more than 850 qualified lesson providers across the nation. To learn more, visit www.usaswimmingfoundation.org.