Residents of Millburn-Short Hills NJ homes have a variety of options for swimming programs and lessons this summer. The Millburn Pool opens Memorial Day Weekend, and locals are getting ready to enjoy all the summertime fun the pool provides. The first cycle of group swimming lessons for 2015 begins on June 20th and ends July 16th. The second cycle begins on July 29th and ends on the 6th of August. Pool membership is not required, but children must come from families who live in Millburn-Short Hills NJ.
All those learning to swim must be at least 4 years old by the beginning of the first class, except for the Mommy and Me class which takes children from 6 months to 3 years old with a parent. Since children come with different levels of experience, parents are requested to use specific descriptions when enrolling their children for proper class placement. Aside from the Mommy and Me classes, the Beginner class is for children who are 4 years old or older and do not have any water skills whatsoever. The Advanced Beginner is for children in this age group who do not have any real water skills, but are comfortable being in the water. The Intermediate class is for children who can swim 20 yards unassisted already, and the Swimmer class is for those who are already able to swim the crawl stroke for 25 yards. Swimmers from 6 to 18 years of age who live in Millburn-Short Hills, NJ homes, are encouraged to consider joining the local swim team. To find out more about any fees and pool hours, download the registration forms by clicking here, and call the pool at 973-564-7762. For private lessons call 973-376-3822.
Residents of Millburn-Short Hills NJ homes have a variety of options for swimming programs and lessons this summer. The Millburn Pool opens Memorial Day Weekend, and locals are getting ready to enjoy all the summertime fun the pool provides. The first cycle of group swimming lessons for 2015 begins on June 20th and ends July … [Read More]
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