Jump In & Swim

Bring your kids, Infants-6yrs, to enjoy 1 hour of play time in the pool. All children must be accompanied in the water by an adult. Have fun with toys, balls, music and more! $7.00 daily pass per child. 

*Infants and toddlers not toilet trained must wear two swim diapers: a non-disposable swim diaper with gathered legs and waist (available at Front Desk) over a disposable swim diaper. 

Contact Information
  1. The Connection
  2. 9082734242
  3. info@theconnectiononline.org
Tue, September 17
1:30 pm — 2:30 pm
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Bring your kids, Infants-6yrs, to enjoy 1 hour of play time in the pool. All children must be accompanied in the water by an adult. Have fun with toys, balls, music and more! $7.00 daily pass per child.

*Infants and toddlers not toilet trained must wear two swim diapers: a non-disposable swim diaper with gathered legs and waist (available at Front Desk) over a disposable swim diaper.

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