The City of Kerrville Parks and Recreation Department would like to announce that registration for summer programs will open Feb. 1, and activities include numerous swim lessons, lifeguard camps and even a mermaid class. There will be three sessions of Group Swim Lessons at the Olympic Pool for ages 6 months and up.
The Parks and Recreation Department utilizes the Jeff Ellis Swimming program to provide high-quality fun and engaging lessons. There are classes for all level types from beginner to advanced. Classes are held Tuesday – Friday for two-week sessions and the fee is $45 per session.
Session dates are as follows:
Session 1: June 1-11, 2021; Registration deadline is May 28.
Session 2: June 15-25, 2021; Registration deadline is June 11.
Session 3: July 6-16, 2021; Registration deadline is July 1.
The Parent Handbook is available at www.kerrvilletx.gov. Registration is not accepted at the pool.
For those who prefer individual attention, private lessons are available for a fee of $100 for four lessons. Semi-private lessons are available for $150 for four lessons. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for all programs will take place at the Parks and Recreation Department office located at Kerrville-Schreiner Park, 2385 Bandera Highway. Due to COVID-19, programs are subject to cancellation. Masks and social distancing may be required and further details regarding COVID-19 protocols will be provided to participants closer to summer.
There will also be senior water aerobics classes, U.S. Master Swimming, Adult Lap Swim and pool rentals offered. The pool is available for rent on the weekends for private parties and picnic areas and pavilions can be rented for guaranteed shade during the day. It is highly recommended that anyone interested in attending any of these classes register early as space is limited and tends to fill up quickly.