All aquatic programs are held at the West Shore Natatorium (unless stated otherwise) located inside Red Land High School.

Rec Swim Schedule
  • Sundays, 2:00 - 5:00 pm
  • September 12 – January 30* 
  • Pay at the door: $5 per person (age 3 and under are free)
    • Please bring small bills or exact cash amount​
*Please note - No Rec Swim on November 28, December 26 and January 2. Other dates are subject to change for staffing, emergency, maintenance or other reasons outside our control.
Lap Swim Schedule
  • Mondays & Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00 pm
  • September 8 - November 3
  • Pay at the door:  $2 per person (limited capacity)
    • Please bring small bills or exact cash amount​


This course is designed to update your Lifeguard Instructor and Instructor Trainer certification with online, classroom and in-water skill review. The online portion must be completed prior to October 23.  After registration and payment you will receive an email with instructions on completing the online portion of the program. This course must be completed once every two years to uphold your instructor/instructor trainer certification and your Lifeguard Certification. More program information available at  Instructor: Kathy Wulfers

Saturday, October 23, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm

Cost:  $130;  discounted resident rate: $100



The Lifeguarding Instructor/Instructor Trainer review course is an abbreviated recertification course for currently certified instructors and instructor trainers. The purpose of the course is to allow participants to review the course content and practice skills in a formal class setting and complete the final written exam.



■ Possess a current (r.2017) American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor certification and/or

■ Possess a current (r.2017) American Red Cross Lifeguarding Instructor Trainer certification


Additional Information:

  • Candidates must bring an adult AND pediatric CPR mask or sealrite mask.  If not, you must purchase one for $15


Swim Lessons

Skills Checklists

Youth Swim Lessons

Youth 5-15 years are encouraged to learn water safety and enhance their water enjoyment, progressing from level 1 through 6 in the American Red Cross water safety program.

  • Participants must pass their current level before registering for the next one.