Are you a confident swimmer? Can your kids swim?
Sometimes living on an island in the middle of the Pacific, swimming is considered a natural activity. Whether you were lucky enough to be born here or made a conscientious decision to relocate here, water activities are part of most guys lives on Maui, especially in South Maui. But is not only visitors who get in trouble in the kai. Some kekei are not comfortable in the water, so they avoid it, and do not learn to swim. Even worse some adults never learned to swim, and can quickly be in peril if they somehow get â€œcaughtâ€ in a tough wet situation. But it does not have to be that way, as within reason, it is never too soon, nor too late, to learn to swim. And this is your or their chance to rectify this, right here in Kihei.
â€œLearn to Swimâ€ Registration to be Held in Kihei â€“ The County of Maui Department of Parks and Recreation, Aquatics Division, announced that registration for the Countyâ€™s popular â€œLearn to Swimâ€ sessions will be held for Kihei classes that begin in April. – Registration at the Kihei Aquatic Center: Saturday, March 19, 9 a.m. to noon. Parent/Child, Adult and Levels I, II & III will be offered April 4-May 29, 2016 on various days/times. Classes will be held on Saturdays for 6 weeks beginning April 16. Parents must register in-person for the sessions. Classes are limited, and registration is taken on a first come, first served basis. Please contact Aquatics Specialist Fran Yamamoto at 270-6138 for further information