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February 12‑18: Pool Schedule

Posted by Amanda Kirby-Sheppard on February 8, 2018 in Current News

Pool schedule for February 12-18

DAY TIME MINIMUM LANES AVAILABLE
Monday, Feb. 12
6am-7:30am 2 long course (50m) lanes
7:30am-1:30pm 4 long course (50m) lanes + Aquafit Deep End (12:10-12:55pm)
1:30pm-3pm ENTIRE POOL CLOSED
3pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
5pm-10pm 4 lanes
Tuesday, Feb. 13
6am-1:30pm 4 lanes
1:30pm-3pm ENTIRE POOL CLOSED
3pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
5-10pm 4 lanes  
Wednesday, Feb. 14
6am-7:30am 2 long course (50m) lanes
7:30am-1:30pm 4 long course (50m) lanes + Aquafit Shallow End (12:10-12:55pm)
1:30pm-3pm ENTIRE POOL CLOSED
3pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
5pm-10pm 4 lanes
Thursday, Feb. 15 6am-1:30pm 4 lanes  
1:30pm-3pm ENTIRE POOL CLOSED
3pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
5pm-10pm 4 lanes
 Friday, Feb. 16 6am-8am 3 long course (50m) lanes
8am-1:30pm 4 long course (50m) lanes + Aquafit Deep End (12:10pm-12:55pm)
1:30pm-3pm ENTIRE POOL CLOSED
3pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
5pm-10pm 4 lanes
Saturday, Feb. 17 7am-9am 4 lanes
9am-1pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
1pm-8pm* 4 lanes + "Open Swim"
*pool closes to males as of 7:45pm
8pm-9pm Women's Only Swim: 4 shallow lanes +  "Open Swim"  
Sunday, Feb. 18
9am-1pm 4 lanes + "Splash Space"
1pm-5pm 4 lanes + "Open Swim"
5pm-10pm 4 lanes

 

Please note upcoming schedule changes:

  • February 19: Nova Scotia Heritage Day Holiday Hours, 9am-8pm
  • March 1-4: David Fry Provincial Swim Championships

 

Swim Terms:

Open Swim (also referred to as a recreational or public swim) - times open to swimmers who want to enjoy unstructured time in the pool. Diving boards and towers are open in the deep end (Tarzan rope closed until further notice), as well as the Splash Space in the shallow end – a great activity for families! 

Splash Space: Two shallow end lanes combine to provide the perfect space to splash around. Adults, youth, and little ones alike can enjoy the pool without the worry of interfering with anyone swimming laps.