The Prime Time for Swimming

Are your weeknights and evenings busy? If you’re like many of our parents here at Goldfish, your schedules are packed to the brim with soccer practice, piano lessons, tutoring—you name it. Sometimes the hardest part about swimming lessons is piling the kids into the car to make it to their 6:30 lesson on time, while fighting traffic amongst other things that make our schedules so busy.

We’ve got a solution!  Goldfish is open mornings and afternoons, so join us then! The pool and tiki huts may be bubbling with excited little swimmers once 4 o’clock rolls around, but it’s a different story earlier in the day. Think tropical oasis with far fewer people; it’s a half-hour reprieve from the chaos of life.

Whether you’re at work or at home watching the kids, our half-hour lessons make it possible to sneak away at lunchtime to take the kids to the pool. And a change of scenery never hurts. It might just be that burst of energy you need to tackle the rest of your afternoon. And—just think: you’ll knock one more activity off of your evening to-do list!

All of us at Goldfish want lessons to be a convenient part of your daily schedule. We invite you to experiment with lesson times to find out the best time slot for you, but if you can find it in your schedule to come before 4 p.m., you’ll see a whole new side of Goldfish that you haven’t seen before!

Cheryl Ringold, mother of two swimmers at Goldfish Farmington did it, and this is what she had to say about her switch:

“I like morning lessons because there are less distractions, so my kids can concentrate on safety and swimming more.”

Remember, hours vary by location. To check your local Goldfish’s hours, click here.

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