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July 4 - 17, 2009 47
Keep active, cool with Chandler Rec
by Liam O’Mahony
Cool off with aquatics events C
July is upon us, and century mark
Since there are still many long, hot days ahead
temperatures are here to stay. However,
tthis summer, get out and cool down at any of the
with all Chandler Recreation has to offer
ssix Chandler Aquatic Centers. In addition to swim
this month, there’s no reason to wile
llessons and recreational swim hours, there are
away the summer days bored and hot.
ttwo special events in July.
“Come Sail Away” at Hamilton Aquatic Center
Family nights at TRC
iis on July 18 with pirate-themed activities from
Family Night at Tumbleweed
1 to 3 p.m., and the “After School Special” at
Recreation Center (TRC) continues
MMesquite Groves Aquatic Center to celebrate the
throughout July from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
fi rst day back to school happens on July 27 with
every Wednesday, featuring a different
ggames and prizes from 4 to 7 p.m.
activity each week for $2 for children or
Admission for all Chandler pools is 50 cents
$3 for teens.
ffor children, $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for
TRC also extended its summer drop-
aadults older than 55. The pools are available for
in hours to noon to 8 p.m. Monday
pprivate party rentals, too. Call 480-782-2749 for
through Friday for the Game Pod and Hay Loft L ft
ifiinformation. For hours, policies and swim program information, call i h
with interactive video games. The fee is $2 for
4480-782-2733 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/aquatics.
ages 8 to 12 and $3 for ages 13 to 17.
For more information, call 480-782-2900 or
Break Time update B
visit www.chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed.
The summer Break Time outlining all camps, classes and programs
iis available at many Chandler facilities and at www.chandleraz.
Open houses at EEC
ggov/breaktime. The fall Break Time will be available Fri., July 24.
A free Family Open House at the Environmental
RRegistration begins Aug. 8 for residents and Aug. 14 for nonresidents.
Education Center is held from 5 to 7:30 p.m. July
AA new nonresident fee policy will also be implemented Aug. 8 with fall
21 and Aug. 18. These events include nature-
rregistration.
based activities, crafts, hikes, movies, stories and
science labs.
Liam O’Mahony is an information specialist with the City of Chandler Community L
For details, call 480-782-2890. The EEC is
Services Department. He can be reached at liam.o’mahony@chandleraz.gov.S
located at 4050 E. Chandler Heights Road in
Southern Chandler.
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