During the summer Citiparks offers a variety of programs and activities at outdoor pools throughout the City. Talk to the head lifeguard for more information about programs scheduled at your pool. To enroll in any aquatics program, a participant must have a Citiparks annual pool pass (except for swim teams and the free Learn to Swim Camp).
Adult Lap Swim
for individuals 16 years and older
Enjoy a water aerobics class using the resistance of water to tone and increase strength as well as cardio fitness. This program creates no stress on the joints and is great for swimmers and non-swimmers 16 years and older.
Saturday and Sunday June 21 – July 20 10-10:45am $20 fee for 10 classes Highland, Moore, Riverview and Schenley
Tuesday and Thursdays June 24 – July 24 5:15 – 6 p.m. $20 fee for 10 classes Homewood, Jack Stack, Magee, McBride, Ormsby, Phillips and Sue Murray
Senior Water Aerobics
Take aerobics at a more leisurely pace with other seniors. This great low-impact workout uses various aquatic programming equipment and allows you to work at your own pace.
Tuesdays and Thursdays June 24 – July 24, 2014
$20 fee for 10 classes
Ream, Sheraden, Sue Murray and West Penn
If you're 6 to 18 years old, join your local swim team, head off to compete against teams from other Citiparks pools throughout the summer, then compete at the Championship Swim Meet on August 2nd at Highland Park Pool. Ask the head lifeguard at your local pool how to become a member of a swim team.
Practice: Mondays - Fridays June 16 – August 1, 2014
Noon - 12:45 p.m.
Throughout the summer, lifeguards organize water shows and carnivals at community pools. Talk to the head lifeguard at your local pool about joining in the fun of preparing for one of these events.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh takes part in the festivities with games and prizes for all ages!