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swimming classes

Discussion in 'General Chat Forum' started by overlander, Apr 18, 2005.

  1. overlander

    overlander Member

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    Is there a place nearby where I can take my 2+ daughter to learn swimming? I heard the one opposite MCI is very expensive. I ckecked Idalee park in leesburg.. they asked me if I am member ..

    any ideas?

    -Thanks
  2. JenCo

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    I don't find the Potomac Swim School to be EXCESSIVELY expensive. I was expecting to pay about $200 per session and that was fairly accurate. A session is about 2-3 months depending on the time of year & it's one class a week. At least that's what I did for our almost 3 year old. It may be worth a trial run so to speak.
  3. tyger31

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    You can also sign up for swimming lessons when the pools open in May.
  4. sri_n

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    If u are not willing to wait till the season begins, and if you are willing to drive a bit, Herndon Community center is pretty decent. We used to take our daughter there one day a week, when we used to live in Herndon about 3 yrs ago. I think it cost about $80 or so for an 8 week session with some additional registration fees. Of course, this info is about 3 years old :)

    check out http://www.town.herndon.va.us/
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