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Adult Learn to Swim
Open to persons age 15
and older. Whether you are a beginner or advanced skill levels, our instructors will work with you to improve your strokes or teach you the basic swimming strokes. Taught as a small group lesson. Lessons are offered in the morning at Fairview and Anderson pool during the Summer. Lessons are also offered indoors and evenings during the summer, fall and winter months at Normal Community and Normal Community West High Schools.

Offered during the summer at Fairview Family Aquatic Center, this aerobic class lets you work out without putting additional stress on your bones and joints. Class meets M,W,F from 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Pay as you go or purchase a season pass. Season pool pass holders receive a discount on Aquacise season passes. Participants must be 15 or older.

Early Bird Lap Swim
Get your laps in at Fairview Family Aquatic Center, M-F, 6:30-8:30 a.m. during the summer months. Six lanes will be open. However, only two lanes have lane lines. Pay per visit or purchase a season pass. Season pool pass holders receive a discount on lap swim season passes. Participants must be 15 and older.

Scuba - Self Contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus
Join Midwest Diving Specialist and Normal Parks and Recreation for an underwater adventure. Scuba classes consist of both classroom and underwater sessions that teach participants the basics of underwater exploration. Upon successful completion of the class, participants will be prepared to take a certification dive to obtain a SCUBA certification.

This class is open to persons 12 and older. Participants must have reasonably proficient swimming skills. specific class information as well as registration information may be obtained by contacting Wildcountry, 203 S. Linden St., Normal, 452-0222.

Classes are offered Sunday evenings in September, October, November, February, March and April. Classes are offered Tuesday and Thursday evenings in June and July. Location: Wildcountry (classroom portion) and NCWHS (underwater portion).