The Seminole Family Aquatic Center, 9100 113th St., has opened for the summer. The pool is open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday for lap swimming, open swim, and offers a children's play area, aerobic classes, and sun bathing. Call the aquatic center for details. Entrance fees apply.
Poolside Premieres Schedule Set:
The annual poolside movie-screening program Poolside Premieres is back for another summer of outdoor films suitable for the family at the Seminole Aquatic Center. Movies will be screened poolside the first Friday of June (Marley and Me), July (Beverly Hills Chihuahua) and August (Madagascar 2). Movies will begin at sundown (usually around 8:30 p.m.). Call (727) 397-6085.
End of School Splash Bash for Teens:
An end-of-school teen pool party is scheduled for June 2 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Seminole's community pool. The event is for teenagers only and will feature a DJ. The event is free for Seminole Recreation members and $5 for guests of members. Call Kacy at (727) 391-8345 for information.
Swimming Lessons Offered for Disabled Children:
Seminole Recreation is offering swimming lessons for children with disabilities taught by instructor Dawn Lewellyn, who has more than 10 years of experience working with children and adults with disabilities. Lewellyn is a certified Water Safety Instructor through American Red Cross and a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. The group classes will be offered at $30 per eight-week session and private lessons are available. The program will be offered from June 6 through July 25. Call (727) 397-6085.
Summer Specialty Camps:
Seminole Recreation will offer several specialty camps this summer for kids ages 5 to 15 including baton and cheerleading; dinosaur camp; basketball camp; beginner triathlon; soccer camp; ballet/tap; football; art; modeling/acting and tae kwon do. Call Dan at Seminole Recreation at (727) 391-8345 for information or stop by the center and ask for a brochure.
By Lorrie Lykins, Times Correspondent