By lkidder - August 13, 2019

By Larry Kidder | The third and final Swim-N-Cinema event, held August 1, drew more than 600 kids and their families. For the full story, see "Final Swim-N-Cinema Offers a Cool End to a Hot, Summer's Day."

If you took part in one of our Summer 2019 activities, thank you. If you missed out, there’s always next year.

About 600 people were on hand for each of three Swim-N-Cinema events, held July 3 and 18, as well as August 1. The movie/swim/refreshments combination served as a great way for students, employees, family members, and the community to cool down after an especially hot summer day.

The 2019 Summer Swim Program involved more than 1,500 kids of all ages in swim classes, including: Baby-N-Me, Preschool Swim, Learn to Swim, Adult Swim, and Junior Lifeguarding. The Drayson Center aquatics team worked diligently to help residents of the Inland Empire become more water-safe.

Two summer activities—Lego Camp and Chess Wizards—provided additional non-aquatic activities to help keep the kids occupied and engaged.

If you missed out on any of our summer programs, watch the website during the winter and spring of 2020 for announcements and deadlines. Our programs fill quickly, and we don’t want you to miss out on the many opportunities to stay active and engaged during the summer holidays. As a reminder, Open Swim has ended for the season.

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