H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre Lessons
All parents are required to create a new enrollment for their children each session, so we cannot guarantee that your child's lesson will be on the same day or at the same time as in the past.
Kelowna Family Y
Lessons at this centre automatically roll over so parents do not need to register their children for each session.
If your child is a member and has participated in swim lessons with us, you can use the ID number on their membership card to view their online progress report:
Otherwise, you can come in to the facility for a swim assessment during public swim times.
Important note: Due to reduced class sizes, physical distancing requirements and "pod" consistency, we will not be able to move your child if they were registered in the wrong level. Therefore, please ensure you know which level your child is going into before registering.
Parent & tot classes always require parents to be in the water with their child.
Children in other levels may also need extra assistance that the instructor cannon accommodate due to physical distancing and or/safety concerns. In that case, your instructor may ask you to come prepared to assist in the water.
Yes, however, we encourage all swimmers to arrive in their bathing suits and to shower at home after swimming lessons. Limiting the time spent in the changerooms will alleviate congestion and promote the ability for everyone to maintain physical distance.
We are asking all participants to bring their own lifejacket/PFD and a pool noodle. We will have a limited supply of equipment that can be loaned out to those who are unable to purchase a noodle or lifejacket.
Kelowna Family Y
There is no public swimming during swim lessons aside from lane swimming. Lesson participants must leave the building after the completion of their lesson.
H2O Adventure + Fitness Centre
Public swimming is now available during lessons.
There will be no spectating allowed at this time, unless a parent is required in the water. Please arrive no more than 5 minutes early for your class and be on time for pickup at the end of the lesson.
If your child is sick, they should not come to their lesson. If your child displays signs or symptoms of illness during their lesson, they will be sent home immediately.
Swim lessons are not affected based on the most recent provincial-wide health order. With proper health and safety protocols in place, vital programs like swim lessons are encouraged to continue at this time.