CVRD is offering free swimming lessons for people of all ages.

CVRD offering free swimming lessons

At the CVRD’s sports centre March 30 to April 2, from 3–6 p.m.

The Comox Valley Regional District is offering free swim lessons at the CVRD’s sports centre March 30 to April 2, from 3–6 p.m.

The sessions are offered at no charge and are four days long, with all swim levels scheduled. Classes are suited for everyone from toddlers to older adults.

“The free swim lessons will be taught by Red Cross water safety instructor candidates who wish to gain teaching experience, and the lessons are supervised by certified instructor trainers and CVRD’s aquatic staff,” said CVRD’s manager of recreation services, Jennifer Zbinden. “This is a great opportunity to get into the water and have fun learning swimming and water safety skills.”

Register soon as space is limited. Registration can be done at the CVRD’s sports centre during regular business hours or by calling 334-9622 ext. 2.

 

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