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    16050 - Easter Egg & Playtime

    The Easter Bunny is coming to the Rec Center! Bring your child to this exciting Easter event. Preschoolers can play on our preschool gym equipment after finding the hidden Easter eggs in the gym. Prizes will be given and a snack will be offered. Participants should bring a basket to collect their eggs. Limited tickets available.

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    17030 - Rock Climbing 1

    This class will allow young beginning climbers the opportunity to climb and boulder on our 24 foot high wall. No certification will be given.
    (Max 6/Min 3)

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    19006 - Health Programs

    19006 - Health Programs

    Arm yourself with information that leads to a stronger body, mind and spirit. Healthcare professionals from a variety of fields teach and test to be sure you remain in optimum health.








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    19010 - Fitness Orientation

    19010 - Fitness Orientation

    Learn safe and effective ways to use the fitness equipment in the Enrichment Center from a WTRC fitness professional.

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    19011 - WCPL Programs

    The Washington-Centerville Public Library partners with the Enrichment Center to provide monthly Book Club discussion and educational presentations on prominent people and places.

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    21000 - Fun with Me

    The goal of Parent and Child Aquatics are to provide information that allows the parent to be able to help the child learn techniques to be comfortable and safe in and around the water, develop a readiness for learning to swim, and to learn safety fundamentals.

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    21001 - Preschool 1

    Your child will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn elementary skills such as buoyancy, supported floating, water entry and exit, and alternating arm action.

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    21002 - Preschool 2

    Your child will learn to float, glide, and swim on back/front with face in water
    blowing bubbles through mouth and nose. They will also be Introduced to
    treading water, rhythmic breathing and finning arms

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    21003 - Preschool 3

    This class focuses on building upon and reinforcing the basic skills of Preschool 2 by
    swimming greater distances on front and back.

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    21011 - Level 1

    Children will become oriented to the aquatic environment and learn
    elementary skills such as buoyancy, breath control, supported floating,
    water entry and exit, and alternating arm action. This class is taught in the
    rec and lap pool.

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    21012 - Level 2

    The objective of Level 2 is to give students success with fundamental
    skills. Students learn to float without support and recover to a vertical
    position. Students will learn how to glide and swim on back/front with face
    in the water blowing bubbles.

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    21013 - Level 3

    The objective of Level 3 is to swim front crawl with rotary
    breathing and elementary backstroke a minimum
    of 15 yards. Introduce scissor kick, dolphin kick, backstroke
    and head first dives.

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    21014 - Level 4

    The objective is to improve skills and increase endurance by
    swimming front crawl with rotary breathing and elementary
    backstroke for greater distances. Students continue to build
    upon the scissor kick and dolphin kick by adding the arms for sidestroke and
    butterfly. The back crawl and the breaststroke are introduced.

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    21020 - Beginner Diving

    Must be able to do head-first dive off the side of the pool and jump off the diving
    board. This class is an introduction to springboard diving. Emphasis will be on
    learning proper board work, beginning dives and diving safety.

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    21021 - Intermediate Diving

    A continuation of Beginner Diving with emphasis on proper board work,
    beginning dives, diving safety and an introduction to some competitive dives.

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    21022 - Advanced Diving

    Prerequisites: Must have completed Intermediate Diving requirements or completed a WTRC diving evaluation. This class is designed for the recreational diver who would like to improve their basic skills. A continuation of Intermediate Diving with an emphasis on front and back board work, proper diving techniques, diving safety and competitive dives.

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    21030 - Adult Beginner

    Adult Beginner Swim Lessons are for adults who have no swimming experience. Basic water skills will be taught from blowing bubbles, floats, gliding, treading water and basic strokes.

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    21031 - Adult Adv Beginner

    Adult Advanced Beginner Swim Lessons is for the swimmer who is comfortable in water but lacks skill techniques. Basic water skills will be taught from floats, gliding, treading and basic strokes. Instructions are given as to the level that one needs.

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    21032 - Adult Intermediate

    Adult Intermediate Swim Lessons is for the more advanced swimmer who wants to learn more stroke technique, fitness swimming and turns. Instructions are given as to the level as one needs.

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    25000 - Deep Water Workout

    Take the plunge! Deep water running and traveling guaranteed to challenge your cardio fitness combined with toning to improve flexibility and increase muscle tone and core strength. Buoyancy belts are provided and create a no impact workout to the joints. Participants exercise in 6-12 feet of water. A shallow water entrance is offered then class moves to deeper water.

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