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    110010 - Water Babies

    110010 - Water Babies

    Summer Registration Will Begin May 9th @ 4:00pm. Both online and at the Aquatic Center

    Cost: $25.00 (includes pool pass) - Spring and Fall Sessions
    $25.00 (plus pool pass) - Summer Sessions
    $50.00 (includes pool pass) - Summer Sessions

    Water Babies is a mom & me or adult & me class, designed for participants six months to three years. It is required that an adult accompany the child. In this class, participants will getcomfortable being in the water, entering the water, blowing bubbles, underwater exploration,and floating on front and back (with or without assistance).

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    110020 - Swim lessons

    110020 - Swim lessons

    Summer Registration Will Begin May 9th @ 4:00pm. Both online and at the Aquatic Center

    Cost:
    $25.00 - Spring & Fall sessions
    $25.00 - Summer sessions (if you have a pool pass)
    $50.00 - 1 Week Summer Session
    $75.00 - 2 Week Summer Session

  • Sea Turtle - The goal for participants is to be comfortable in the water. They practice entering and exiting the water, exploring strokes, demonstrating proper floats on their fronts & backs, and learning to hold their breath.

  • Sea Otter - The goal for participants is to be proficient in floating and submerging their entire body. We will explore treading, gliding on their front and backs, and stroke techniques.

  • Shark - The goal for participants is to be proficient in short distance swims, and floats of 30 seconds or longer. We will explore stroke techniques for five different strokes, and deep water skills. We will also be attempting the "Slide Test" needed to go on the yellow slide.

  • Dolphin - The goal for participants is to be proficient in swims of 25 yards for each of the five strokes, treading water and flipping in the water. They are exploring dolphin kick, rotary breathing, and diving.

  • Flying Fish - The goal for participants is to be proficient in swims of 50 yards for each of the five strokes, open/flip turns, and diving. They are exploring the butterfly, Olympic swim routine, and improving stroke form and technique.

  • Blue Whale - The goal for participants is to be proficient in swims of 100 yards for each of the six strokes, and diving from the staring block. They will be improving stamina and refining Olympic swim routine.


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    110030 - Private Swim Lessons

    110030 - Private Swim Lessons

    Private lessons are conducted by Blue Bell Aquatic Center Water Safety Instructors. Fee per student is $70 and consists of four 30 minute lessons. Instructors can be requested or will be assigned by BBAC management. Private lessons are dependent upon instructor availability.

    Currently, registration is not available online. Please download and drop off your registration form at the aquatic center or email your completed form to reserve@cityofbrenham.org

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    120010 - Camp Cascade

    Summer Registration Will Begin May 9th @ 4:00pm. Both online and at the Aquatic Center

    Camp CASCADE is a NEW camp designed to teach our youth ages 7-13 some of the basics of survival skills, swimming skills, rescue skills, CPR & First Aid Skills, as well as some Lifeguarding Skills… We will touch on Swim Strokes, Diving, Rescues, and some basic Lifesaving skills. Each THEMED week we will take to another level with games, projects, crafts, swimming, and a TON of adventurous FUN... This is a 1/2 day one week camp designed for FUN and Learning... come CASCADE with us...

    Time: 8:00am - Noon
    Cost: $100.00

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    120030 - Jr. Guard

    Designed for youth ages 12-15, American Red Cross Junior Guard provides a foundation of life guarding and life skills. The Junior Guard program focuses on five key areas: prevention of aquatic accidents, fitness and swimming skills, response in an emergency, leadership skills, and professionalism of a lifeguard. Participants will attend a classroom session and then have the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with our lifeguards as well as shadow them to learn about response and providing care.

    Time: 8:30am - 4:300pm
    Cost: $125.00

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    130010 - Water Works

    130010 - Water Works

    Registration not offered online. Come in and try your first class free!

    This class offers a range of moderate movements to improve range of motion, balance, and coordination while strengthening and toning the body. Try your first class for free. Class instructors: Debra Healy and/or Jane Moorhead.

    Cost:
    **New January 2017** Monthly Aerobic Pass
    Individual - $65.00 or Senior - $55.00

    Or The Traditional Punch Pass
    5 visit punch card for $20.00 with additional purchase of pool pass

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    130020 - AquaCARDIO

    130020 - AquaCARDIO

    Registration not offered online. Come in and try your first class free!

    Classes offer a wide range of moderate movements to improve range of motion, balance, and coordination while strengthening and toning the body. These classes are instructed by Jane Moorhead and Debra Healy

    Cost:
    **New January 2017** Monthly Aerobic Pass
    Individual - $65.00 or Senior - $55.00

    Or The Traditional Punch Pass
    5 visit punch card for $20.00 with additional purchase of pool pass

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    150022 - ARC CPR/AED Recertification

    Taking CPR training just once in your life is not enough. Every two years, your CPR certification expires and re-certification is needed. This is because CPR is not something that we use in our everyday lives so it can easily be forgotten. Like anything in life, if you don't use it, you often lose it. A review course is simply a review of the material followed up with an exam. You will review all of your skills and retake the exam. Please make sure to study up on the skills before coming. For additional training or group training, Contact Tammy Jaster at tjaster@cityofbrenham.org or call 979.337.7246 to schedule.

    Online registration will begin 1 month prior to start date. A minimum of 5 people must enroll in the class

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    150031 - ARC Lifeguarding Certification

    Cost: $200

    Teaches participants the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent drowning and injuries. Minimum age of 15 years old

    Prerequisites:
    Swim 300 yards continuousl
    Brick test: Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 ft, retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with object, exit the water without using a ladder or steps within 1 minute and 40 seconds
    Tread water for two minutes with hands out of water.

    150041018 - Feb 23 - 28 - Thursdays & Fridays 5-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am - 8pm
    15004102 - March 16 - 18 - 8:00am - 8:00pm
    15004103 - March 30 - April 28 - Thursdays & Fridays 5-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am - 8pm
    150041048 - April 20 - 23 - Thursdays & Fridays 5-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am - 8pm
    150041058 - April 27 - 30 - Thursdays & Fridays 5-9pm, Saturday & Sunday 8am - 8pm

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    150032 - ARC Lifeguarding Recert.

    Cost $100

    This Class is designed for those currently certified as ARC Lifeguards who will soon expire, or those who's certification has just expired.

    Prerequisite skills in the water:
    Swim 300 yards continuously.
    Brick Test - Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive 7-10 ft., retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface, swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object and exit the water without using a ladder or steps within 1min 40sec.
    Tread water for 2 minutes with hands out of water .

    Participants MUST be prepared for in-water and Land Skills and Rescues. Following testing of all skills, participants MUST take and pass written exam. Does not include LG Book.

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    510025 - Little Diggers Volleyball

    Our annual Little Digger Volleyball program is back! Join the Brenham High School volleyball team as they teach basic fundamentals including passing, setting, and serving. Price includes t-shirt. This program is for girls 3rd - 6th grade.

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    640010 - Movies in the Park Series

    640010 - Movies in the Park Series

    Movie in the Park

    Download Movies in the Park flyer

    Entering its seventh season, and getting bigger each year, this event brings families and children of all ages together for a fun, appropriate, and safe evening of entertainment. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and join us at Hohlt Park. Concessions will be available for purchase. Join us at the Blue Bell Aquatic Center for "Floats-n-Flicks" marked with an (*).

    Date June 1* Disney's Moana
    June 22 SING
    July 6 Field of Dreams
    July 20 Disney's Zootopia
    August 3* Disney's Finding Dory
    Location Hohlt Park *Blue Bell Aquatic Center
    Time 10 minutes after sunset  
    Cost Free

    Note: Floats-n-Flicks - Movies shown at the pool require swimmers to be on a float during the movie.

    Note: there is no pre-registration for this class, just show up at the scheduled times and we can enjoy the movie together.

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    640020 - Hot Nights, Cool Tunes

    640020 - Hot Nights, Cool Tunes

    City of Brenham presents Hot Nights Cool Tunes in Historic Downtown Brenham. Four Saturday nights in July will feature a different band. Visit downtownbrenham.com/hotnights for more information about the entertainment and sponsors.

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    650010 - BBAC KidFish

    650010 - BBAC KidFish

    Hundreds of pounds of catfish are dumped into the outdoor leisure pool and anglers of all ages can attempt to hook the big one. Bring your own pole or use the ones on site. KIDFISH promotes fishing, the outdoors, and simply spending time with family. Trophies are awarded to the top catchers. This program is for children ages 2-16.

    Pre-register to save time during event check-in.

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    660020 - Christmas Stroll & Lighted Parade

    Click here for the Christmas Stroll & Lighted Parade Event Guide

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    670010 - Walk with a Doc

    670010 - Walk with a Doc

    Walk with a Doc is a walking program for everyone interested in taking steps for a healthier lifestyle. What better way to start your weekend than on your feet making strides to help your heart and improve your general health. While you walk at your own pace, you will have the opportunity to have questions answered by local physicians. Lead physicians: Dr. Eric Alford, Family Medicine and Dr. Jennifer Jones, Pediatrician.

    Walk with a Doc will not meet in November or December.

    May's Walk with a Doc is scheduled for May 20th in Observation of Memorial Day weekend.

    Date4th Saturday each month
    LocationHohlt Park
    Time9:00am - 10:00am
    CostFree

    Note: there is no pre-registration for this class, just show up at the scheduled times and we can work out together.

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    670020 - Intro to Pickleball

    670020 - Intro to Pickleball

    Pickleball is a fun sport that combines many elements of badminton, tennis and ping-pong. It is played on a badminton-sized court, 20' x 44' with wooden paddles, a wiffle ball and a net that is lowered to 34". Players volley the ball back and forth to try to score on the opposition. It was designed to be easy to learn for people of all ages and athletic abilities. In the past 10 years the growth of Pickleball has exploded mainly in senior communities throughout the United States.


    Open play: Wednesdays at 10:00am, Thursdays at 6:00pm and Sundays at 6:00pm at Jackson Street Park.


    Learn to play: The best way to learn pickleball is to take lessons from a USAPA Ambassador. Basic pickleball instruction includes introducing rules, scoring, serving, dinks and volleys. Participants should wear tennis shoes and bring water; equipment will be provided.

    For ages 50+.

    DateSaturday, June 3
    Saturday, July 1
    Saturday, August 5
    LocationJackson Street Park
    Time9:00am - 10:00am
    CostFree

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