HARBISON SUMMER SWIM TEAM
(For Swimmers 17 and younger)
Join the SWIM TEAM and:
Become a Better Swimmer
Make New Friends
Stay Active Through Summer Break
Cost: $70 Residents / $85 Non-Residents
(Cost includes T-Shirt and Swim Cap)
Swimmers 9-17 must be able to swim the length of the pool
Swimmers 8 and under must be able to swim the width of the pool
Stop by the Recreation Center to Register
For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Pool Membership - Harbison doesn't require long term contracts with memberships. You pay for a time frame and can come as much as you want before it expires. As of 2010, we now offer Pool Only memberships. Lanes are always available, even when classes and swim team are in the pool. For the pool schedules, click here. Stop by and choose the amount of time for which you'd like to sign up.
Water Aerobics - Harbison Recreation offers 3 different levels of Water Exercise for the Residents, members and the general public. The classes are taught according to guidelines set by national organizations such as Aquatic Exercise Association and The Arthritis Foundation.Join us for one class at a time on occasion, or come every day!
CPR Challenges & Lifeguard Challenges - This is for individuals with current certifications to re-certify or extend certifications. Participants must be able to demonstrate CPR/AED for the Professional, First Aid and Lifeguard skills and pass the written test with an 80% or higher.
Full Lifeguarding Classes - This is for individuals who have had no prior training, or those who want to take the full course over. These classes are held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and the following Saturday (unless otherwise noted). The entire course is approximately 30 hours in length.
Swim Lessons - Swim Lessons are almost here! Be sure to get signed up because space is limited and they fill up fast! We offer lessons for all ages. All classes are Monday through Thursday for two weeks unless otherwise indicated. Cost is $45 for Harbison Residents and $48 for non-residents.
Water Safety Instructors - If you are at least 16 years old and a proficient swimmer, you can become an American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor. The Water Safety Instructor course trains candidates to teach water safety, including the Basic Water Rescue course, the six levels of the Learn to Swim program and Parent and Child Aquatics.