Aqua Tots Free Swim Instruction

Aqua-Tots Free Swim Instruction

We would like to offer a special opportunity for Friendship Circle Families. Aqua Tots is offering free swim instruction to Friendship Circle families on Monday, January 21st

As you may know Monday is Martin Luther King Day and most schools are closed. Join as at Aqua Tots for a great “home from school” activity.

Your child will receive a half hour of swim instruction plus additional time for free swim. All swim instructors are certified in Life-guarding, CPR, Swim Instruction and have extensive experience in working with individuals with special needs.

If you would like your child to participate please fill out the registration form below.

Date: Monday, January 21
Time: Pick a time slot between 10am and 2pm
Location: Aqua-Tots of Troy
846 E. Big Beaver, Troy 48083

Please Note: There will not be volunteers at this program. Parents are required to remain on premises the whole time.

About Aqua-Tots
Aqua-Tots is a leader in swimming instruction. Swim lessons are an essential part of childhood. Lessons for Life is Aqua-Tots swim school’s guiding philosophy. At all Aqua-Tots Swim Schools, including the Detroit area swim school in Troy, MI, children learn the importance of water safety and encourage a life-long love for swimming. Since 1991, our nationally recognized LFL program has taught thousands of children to swim safe. Through our service as an active board member of the United States Swim School Association, along with our local and regional drowning prevention programs, Aqua-Tots Swimming Schools is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of children and their families.

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