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Waterworks Aquatics Begins Family Swim Night Sessions

Published : Thursday, January 23, 2014 | 11:04 AM

In the mood for a swim? Swimming is one of the best and strongest ways to exercise, and now Aquatics Waterworks in Pasadena is making it easy for the whole family to swim together. Their Rockin’ Family Swim Night is an open swim session for families to enjoy full access to their heated indoor pools during a time when no lessons are scheduled.

The Family Swim Nights begin February 22, and will run the third Saturday of each month through December 6, 2014.

“Our family swim night is for any family to enjoy,” said Waterworks Aquatics Director Stevi Mooney. “You don’t have to be a client here. Both of our indoor pools are completely open for free swim and lifeguards are on deck to supervise. Families can come and just enjoy our pools, from anyone that takes lessons, to families that just live close by, anybody can come.”

Added Mooney, “We want to clients to not only enjoy the lessons and other services we provide, but really to be able to come here and enjoy the pool as an entire family together.”

The family swim nights also feature a host of inflatable for your children to enjoy, as well as music over our pool deck sound system

Life jackets will be available for children to borrow upon request, and snacks and beverages will be available all night. Guests may also bring their own food in.
Families must register by 1 pm on the Friday before the event.

Waterwork’s state-of-the-art indoor facility opened Pasadena in May 2013. There are two heated indoor pools, which provide warmth, sun protection and are heated to a comfortable skin temperature. The lap pool is 25 yards in length, consists of 5 lanes, and is heated up to 89 degrees year round. The second pool is the teaching pool, which offers the perfect setup for children learning to swim and is heated up to 93 degrees year round.

Waterworks Aquatics is at 2290 E Foothill Blvd, Pasadena. (626) 836-1200. www.waterworkswim.com

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