Northern Virginia 4-H announces Phase Three pool hours, programs
With Virginia entering into Phase Three on July 1, the Northern Virginia 4-H Center is launching new and expanded public swim times and aquatic programs, including swim lessons, water aerobics, senior swim and pool parties.
- Public swim times will be:
- Sunday through Thursday – Noon to 5 p.m.
- Friday and Saturday – Noon to 7 p.m.
- Swim lesson options for all ages and abilities
- Youth and adult water aerobics classes offered twice each week
- Dedicated swim time for seniors offered twice each week
- The entire pool can be reserved for parties
To comply with Phase Three guidelines, the following protocols are recommended:
- Please wear a mask when you enter the pool to be checked in, and whenever interacting with pool staff at the front desk or on the pool deck. Please practice good hygiene; there will be soap available in the restrooms and hand sanitizer at the front desk and pool exit.
- Pool staff will be monitoring attendance so as not to exceed the 75 percent capacity mandate.
- Ten feet of physical distance must be maintained between persons not of the same household, both on the deck and in the pool.
- Patrons are encouraged to bring their own chairs for seating; however, picnic tables and deck chairs will be available. Patrons should not move any of the tables as they are in place for social distancing needs.
- A vending machine is available for contactless purchase of cold water and sodas.
- Patrons are asked to self-screen upon entrance for COVID-19 symptoms. There is a checklist before entering the building.
Those with questions should call 540-635-5029, 540 635-7171, or email email@example.com
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