Our annual Underwater Egg Hunt is this Thursday, April 2nd! Egg hunt will take place between 5:00 – 6:30pm; we will have age divisions to ensure fun and safety for everyone, with the youngest kids beginning first. Cost is $5, which includes prizes, treats, and youth pool admission from 5:00 – 8:00 pm.
Every spring we welcome kids from Longfellow Elementary School, who come to the pool to learn to swim during their PE lessons. We are always very excited to teach these little swimmers, as learning to swim is not only an important safety consideration, but also a great way to get moving and to exercise throughout life. During this time, the pool will be busier than normal from 8:30 – 11:45 am and from 1:00 – 2:50 pm Mondays – Thursdays. Please take that into consideration when planning your trips to the pool during the month of April.
We are also still looking for a few more instructors. If you’re interested and have a background in swimming and teaching, please contact Theresa at email@example.com, lessons, pool, swimming
Join us as Rob Dubin covers 12,000 miles through 10 African countries, camping out and driving back roads. Rob and his wife Dee, life-long adventurers, spent half of 2014 on the African continent. They met diverse people, saw incredible wildlife, lived out of a 4WD camper truck and traveled well off the beaten path. Please join us for an evening of stories from an African road trip!
Wednesday, March 18, 7:00 – 8:30 pm in the SteamPlant Ballroom. $5.
The Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center is looking for Swimming Instructors to teach the Longfellow Elementary students from March 30 to April 30. You do not need to be Water Safety Instructor Certified. However you shouldhave a good swimming background, some teaching experience and a will to teach and mentor young children. This is a paid position, please contact Theresa at the Salida Hot Springs Pool, 539-6738 or Theresa.firstname.lastname@example.org.