Port McNeill pool set to open May 21

The Port McNeill swimming pool opens May 21 with free admission for both length swims and open swim time.

PORT McNEILL—The Port McNeill swimming pool opens May 21 with free admission for both length swims and open swim time.

The pool will continue with a limited schedule, featuring school swimming lessons, throughout May before opening for its full summer schedule in June.

For the remainder of May, the pool will be open Monday through Friday, with school lesson sessions from 9 a.m.-noon and from 1-3 p.m.

Length swims will also be available each weekday from noon-1 p.m. and “toonie” open swim will be offered from 3-4 p.m. for $2 per swimmer.

For additional info, or to register for summer lessons, contact the pool at 250-956-3638 or email pmpool@telus.net.


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