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Sun, Sept. 19

The wonder of the Williams Aquatic Center<br>

Others in Williams and the Grand Canyon may desire something a little more than swimming. Perhaps something with a kick to it. At the Williams Aquatic Center, kicking is something you may see quite often. Aerobics are offered multiple times during the week, morning and evening, for those with tight schedules. Look for a Tae-Bo aerobic workout on Friday nights. Also on Friday nights you can find the hour-long kickboxing and Tai Chi class. As always, participants may float from the Tae-Bo to the Kickboxing and Tai Chi classes whenever they wish.

Sure, there may be more bark beetles than experienced swimmers in northern Arizona, but you can count on the experienced swimmers at the Williams Aquatic Center when it comes to teaching the little ones proper swimming techniques. Swim lessons are offered on an almost continuous basis, for beginners on up to pre-competition levels. In the coming months, Williams’ very own swim team, the “W.A.C.Y. Dolphins” will be back in training as well. For the very, very little ones in the area, the aquatic center also is proud to offer the IPAP class, for both the parents and their six-month to three-year-old children.

As always, under the trained, watchful eyes of our certified lifeguard staff and water safety instructors, the Williams Aquatic Center is determined to bring the most to our jobs and our patrons each day. In fact, our patrons are our jobs. With continuous training and an ever-evolving safety program, the staff of the Williams Aquatic Center hopes to give you the best possible pool experience, which will keep you coming back for more.

For more information, call the Williams Aquatic Center at (928) 635-3005.

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