End of Summer Dog Swims at Roosevelt Activity Pool
After we close the activity pools to the general human public, we neutralize the pool chemicals
(part of the pool winterization process) so the water is safe for the dogs. All friendly dogs are welcome; balls
and bags will be provided.No people swimming and thank you for picking up after your pooch!
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 19 & 20, 4pm-7pm, at Roosevelt Activity Pool, 803 8th Ave
Fee: $3 per dog. Recreation passes are not valid
Come to Centennial Pool to keep up with your rolls and braces. Why not take time to perfect your off-side roll or your hand roll? Please wash out all boats in the fenced in patio located on the South end of the pool prior to entering the water (hose provided). Please register in advance with payment to secure your spot! Maximum of 16 kayaks.
Day/Time: Sunday, 8-10am Code: 121500+date desired
Dates: January 12-March 23, 2014
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St
Fee: $8 resident/ $10 non-resident
Underwater Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Time: 1:00pm-4:00pm (Hunt begins at 1:30pm)
Location: Centennial Pool, 1201 Alpine St, Longmont 80504
Fee: $3 each swimmer, $10 per family, $1 per observer (parent/guardian)
Egg Hunters of all abilities will have the opportunity to collect weighted eggs from the bottom of the pool and receive treats for their efforts! Both land and water activities are available.
Please note that a paying adult must be in the water with children 5 years old and younger.
Underwater Egg Hunt will occur in varying depths of water to allow participation by all swimming levels
- Shallow end (18 inches to 3.6 ft deep) will be for non-swimmers and younger egg hunters. Some eggs will be floating. Please note that an adult must be in the water with children 5 years and younger.
- 3 1/2 foot deep is the shallow end of the lap lanes. Great location for grade school and swimming preschoolers to swim to the bottom and retrieve eggs.
- 5 foot deep is the deep end of the lap lanes. Great for older grade school students who enjoy the challenge of swimming to greater depths to retrieve eggs.
The eggs are recycled back into the pool after being retrieved by the youth for a never-ending supply of eggs. Thank you for your support to ensure no eggs are thrown back into the pool. Once youth are done with water activities, be sure to check out the multipurpose room crafts and activities. As you leave the building, stop by the front desk for your treat!
Want to volunteer to be a part of this Egg-tastic event? Visit our volunteer page for more information and to complete the online form.
Questions about these special events? Contact Centennial Pool at (303) 651-8406.
Last updated: 3/20/2014 by S. Dabney, (303) 651-8406