SUMMIT, NJ - Paddleboarding, one of the fastest-growing watersport activities, is coming to the Summit Family Aquatic Center (SFAC) July 25 and August 8. Paddleboarding involves participants propelling themselves by using a swimming motion while lying or kneeling on a paddleboard.

The Summit Department of Community Programs (DCP) will be offering Paddleboard lessons at the SFAC each of the two Saturday mornings for members and non-members, ages 6+. Participants must be able to swim comfortably in deep water.
 
The 45-minute sessions will be taught by professional instructors, with lessons offered at 8-8:45 a.m., 9-9:45 a.m., and 10-10:45 a.m. The fee to participate for members is $50 and $70 for non-members.
 
 
So, even if one is not in training for a big event, such as the Moloka'i-2-O'ahu World Championships, or the Catalina Classic, this is the ideal opportunity to learn the sport in a safe, secure environment.
 
Space is extremely limited, and all interested participants are encouraged to reserve their spots with Community Pass by visiting cityofsummit.org and clicking “Register Now.” Once redirected to Community Pass, select spring/summer 2015. 
 
For registration assistance, contact the DCP at 908-277-2932. The Summit Family Aquatic Center is located at 100 Ashwood Avenue.