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Free Swim Lessons At YMCA


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Swim-LessonsVerona residents are welcome at Summer Splash Week, a week-long “Begin to Swim Program” offered by the YMCA of Montclair for adults and children ages 6-11.

The program is FREE after a $5 registration fee. It runs from June 17-June 20.

Splash Week is taught by certified swim instructors. Each class includes a 30 minute swim/safety lesson. It’s designed for those with little or no swim experience and held at the Y’s Park Street facility.

“Swimming is a fun and enjoyable activity for children and adults alike, and it’s an easy way to stay physically active and improve strength, flexibility and stamina,” said Sam Hassan, Senior Aquatic Director, YMCA of Montclair. “The Y encourages all children and adults to learn how to swim. It’s never too late. Basic swimming skills and water safety practices save lives every day.”

For more information about Splash Week or to register, you can download this brochure.

Bring the completed form and $5 to the front desk at the YMCA of Montclair, 25 Park Street in Montclair, to register.

As a leading nonprofit committed to youth development, the YMCA of Montclair has been a leader in providing swim lessons and water safety for more than 100 years. In addition to Summer Splash Week, the YMCA of Montclair Aquatic programs include year round youth progressive swim lessons, private swimming lessons, water exercise classes, lifeguard training, adult swim lessons and family swimming. It’s also home to the Montclair Dolphins swim team. To ensure that everyone has an opportunity to participate, financial assistance is available to those in need.

To learn more about the YMCA of Montclair’s Aquatic programs, please contact Carlos Rojas at (973) 415-6130, [email protected].

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