Upcoming Events at Goldfish Swim School

Goldfish Swim School of Ann Arbor has a number of upcoming events, both for current students and the general public as well as special Jump Start lessons. We attended a family swim event last year and had a great time swimming. My daughter loves to swim and loved the accessories in the pool – noodles, canoes, diving platforms, etc.

Events open to the general public:

  • Friday, March 14 – 7-8p – St Patrick’s Day Family Swim Event – Guests wearing Green swim for FREE!
  • Saturday, March 15 – 4:30-6:30p Family Swim Fund Raiser for Stone School Cooperative Nursery – Includes snacks and a craft with proceeds going to the school (my daughter attended Stone School & it is a great preschool!)
  • April 11 – 11a-12:30p – Lunch with the Easter Bunny – Includes pizza and pictures – Advance Signup Required
  • Saturday, April 12 4:30-6:30p Namasplash event – Attend a Yoga Class followed by  Open Swim. $30 for parent and child. Bring your own mat for the yoga portion.
  • Saturday, May 10 Safety Day – Time TBA – includes a bounce house, visits from fire trucks, face painting, and more
  • Sunday, May 11 – Mother’s Day Family Swim 5-6:30p – Free admission for mothers
  • Sunday, June 15 – Father’s Day Family Swim 5-6:30p – Free admission for fathers

    Jump Start Clinics are a great way to “jump start” swimming lessons. With a 30 minute lesson each day, Monday-Friday, they really help kids build their skills quickly. Each session is $100


    • April 7-11 (This is the week of Ann Arbor Break)
    • June 16 & continuing through the summer (except July 4th week)

    Just for current students:

    • Saturday, March 8 – 5-7:30 Kid’s Night Out – Includes swim lesson, crafts, games, and dinner. Cost is $35/child, $30 for siblings
    • Sunday, March 16-22 – Safety Week – Swim lessons emphasize water safety
    • Saturday, June 7 – 5-7:30p Kid’s Night Out

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    Ann Arbor with Kids is your go-to source for Ann Arbor Family Fun. It got its start in an activity list that I was compiling for the playgroup I ran at our church. When my daughter started preschool, the other moms were thrilled to hear about my list. I decided to take the list public in 2009.

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