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    Quote Originally Posted by Spacers View Post
    Do you have a JCC near you? Many of them have pools with swimming lessons, even on weekends. You don't have to be Jewish or a member of the JCC but you will have to pay a bit more. Or ask how many people the school would want to do an evening or weekend class and see if you can drum up enough people to make it work!
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    No Jewish Community Centres here, I live in a small town and even when I lived in a much larger town no Jewish anything. The town pool will not run any more classes. They run some after school, but I think they may need to be 4 for them and again they finish before I finish work. Unfortunately my job does not really allow for a lot of flexibility, I am able to finish a half hour early once a week for soccer right now, but I am changing back to my usual role in a few months and a large portion of my work will occur between 2:30 and 5pm.

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    That sucks. Here swimming lessons are first come, first serve and you can register online, so I have the day marked on my calender to try and get the kids in for the summer. The kids preschool also has a pool, so they get swimming lessons there once a week the year they are 4. It costs about the same as lessons at the community pool, but is so much easier for me, since I dont have to take them extra places and hang out with baby.
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