If there’s anything, my little fish miss, when the days begin getting shorter and colder and the temperatures begin to dip, it’s swimming.
This year, though, we’ll be bringing some of the sweetness of summer-time swim into fall because we’re packing up our swim gear and heading to the Back-to-Pool Swim Party at the brand-spanking-new Goldfish Swim School in Mundelein.
Goldfish Swim School Back-to-Pool Swim Party!
When: Thursday, September 24 from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Register: Click here to register* for our exclusive Back-to-Pool Swim Party at Goldfish for only $2 per parent/child pair (only $1 more for additional siblings plus Eventbrite fees)!
(*ticket sales will begin at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4)
And you won’t want to miss what we’ve got planned! Featuring a 90-degree pool and temperature-secure deck (also 90 degrees), the Back-to-Pool Swim Party is a great way to bring a little bit of summer into your fall.
Here’s what we’ll be up to at our Goldfish Swim School Back-to-Pool Swim Party shindig:
- Open swim (with lifeguards on duty and enough gear to help everyone have a great swim in Goldfish’s four-foot depth pool)
- Pool-side crafts
- Coffee and tea (just for you, mom and dad!), and Goldfish crackers, muffins and a fruit and veggie tray alongside juice and water for the littles
- Lifeguard-run games geared toward preschoolers and kindergarteners
Register now for this exclusive event; Goldfish Swim School Mundelein General Manager Rebecca Burlingame said she is looking forward to meeting and introducing Little Lake County readers to Goldfish.
“I’m excited for them to experience the warm environment and see what a child- and family-friendly place Goldfish is,” she said.
See you at the pool!
Ticket Sales Begin at 8:00 p.m. on Friday, September 4
Curious about swim lessons at Goldfish Swim School? Check out Rosemary’s review of Goldfish Swim School!
by Hyacynth Worth
Hyacynth Worth is a wife to John and a mother to three boys and three girls. She writes about motherhood, healthy living, and faith. She is a local writer and the author of Homesteading with Hyacynth. She promises to be candid, amusing, and only slightly neurotic. Most of the time.
Disclosure: Complimentary swim lessons were provided by Goldfish Swim School in exchange for promotional consideration at event promotion.