Williamsburg Aquatic Center

ADDRESS: 910 Franklin Street, Williamsburg IA 52361

PARENT SUPERVISION: Children under the age of 9 MUST be accompanied by an adult who is 14 years of age or older. Children under the age of 5 should be within arms length of a parent at all times. ​​

SHOULD I LET MY CHILD SWIM? Do not let your child swim if they are experiencing any forms of diarrhea. Visit www.cdc.gov if you have any questions or concerns about whether or not you or your child should be swimming.

NOTE: WE WILL NOT OPEN THE POOL UNLESS THE AIR TEMPERATURE IS 70 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT OR WARMER

2022 Aquatic Center Hours

AQUATIC CENTER HOURS

Open Swim: Closed Monday
Open Swim: Tuesday – Sunday: 12 PM – 5 PM
Family Swim Wednesday (July & August) 5 PM – 7 PM
Lap Swim: Tuesday – Friday 11 AM – 12 PM
Pool Party- (Friday – Sunday 5:00PM to 7:00PM)

2022 Costs & Fees

Note: We can only accept cash or check. We are not able to take credit or debit cards at the Aquatic Center.

Family Membership (in/out of school district) $180.00
Single Membership (in/out of school district) $80.00
Daily Admission $5.00 per person
Punch Card…………………………………………..$25.00/5 punches
Lap Swim $3/person
Swim Lesson…………………………………………$100/person
Private Party 1-50 people $150/hour
Private Party 51-100 people $175.00/hour
Private Party over 100 people $200.00/hour
Removal of Umbrella Party and Discounted Prices Sunday and Saturday;

2022 POOL PARTIES

Parties may be held Friday – Sunday 5:00PM to 7:00PM
For all pool party reservations please e-mail: [email protected] and the assistant manager will get back to you.

Costs
Private Party 1-50 people $150/hour
Private Party 51-100 people $175.00/hour
Private Party over 100 people $200.00/hour

*$50 deposit due to reserve date*

You will pay the remaining balance at the time of the party. You can pay
the balance or deposit at the pool.

Food
You may bring in outside food to pool parties. We ask that you clean up
after yourselves. If you need the concession stand to be open, you will
need to request it when reserving your date.

Cancellations/Inclement Weather
If there is something that comes up or weather that causes the party to be
cancelled, you will receive your $50 deposit back from the pool.

2022 Swim Lesson Information

Swim lesson registration will be held on Saturday, May 21st at the Williamsburg Aquatic Center from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All swim lessons sessions will be private and held Monday thru Thursday at the Williamsburg Community School pool. Lessons will be 20 minute sessions from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 5:40 p.m. to 7 p.m. The first session will be June 6th thru June 16th and the second session will be June 20th thru June 30th. You must be present to sign up for lessons and pay ($100) for them at the time of sign-up.

DESCRIPTIONS OF LEVELS

LEVEL 1: Introduction to Water Skills

Purpose: Help students feel comfortable in the water

  • Basic water safety rules
  • Swimming on front and back using arm and leg actions
  • Recognizing a swimmer in distress and getting help
  • Submerging mouth, nose and eyes
  • Opening eyes under water and picking up submerged objects
  • Floating on front and back
  • Exhaling underwater

LEVEL 2: Fundamental Aquatic Skills

Purpose: Give students success with fundamental skills

  • Recognizing a swimmer in distress and getting help
  • Submerging entire head
  • Bobbing in water
  • Front and back glide
  • Jellyfish Float
  • Treading water using arm and leg motions
  • Swimming using combined stroke on front and back

LEVEL 3: Stroke Development

Purpose: Build on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice

  • Reaching Assist
  • Kneeling or standing dive (shallow dive progression)
  • Submerging and retrieving an object
  • Rotary breathing in horizontal position
  • Front and back glide
  • Survival float, back float
  • Front and back crawl
  • Butterfly kick and body motion

LEVEL 4: Stroke Improvement and Refinement

Purpose: Develop confidence in the strokes learned and improve other aquatic skills.

  • Provide further coordination and refinement of strokes.
  • Safe diving rules
  • Throwing assist
  • Dive form stride position or shallow dive
  • Feet-first surface dive
  • Survival float, back float
  • Front and back crawl
  • Elementary backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly