Splashball and Synchronized Swimmng - We are so excited about two new instructional programs beginning this summer! Splashball is a swim lesson designed to introduce the sport of water polo to children, while teaching them to swim. This is a fun and easy to learn format that would be great for your little swimmer of any level. Kids will receive a traditional learn-to-swim lesson AND participate in a game that will strengthen their swimming and team-building skills! Synchronized swimming will be offered at HCAC for the first time! This program is for kids who can swim (minimum age is 8) and want to learn the basics of synchronized swimming. Participants will learn a choreographed routine and perform it on the final class date. Both of these new programs are sure to be popular and space is limited, so sign up today! Click here for more details about these programs and summer lessons!
Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics summer USA swim team begins next week! There will be a parent meeting and MLA registration for the Senior, Gold, Silver and Bronze groups on Monday, April 15 at 6 p.m. This meeting is mandatory for all parents, so please plan to attend. Practice for these groups will begin on Wednesday, April 17 and swimmers must be registered in order to attend practices. The MLA Green team begins next month - click here for more swim team info!
Monday, April 15 MLA USA Team Parent Meeting & Registration
Wednesday, April 17 HACSPA Board Meeting at 6:00 p.m.
May 6 - 14 Pool Maintenance 50 Meter Pool, Splash Zone and Spa CLOSED Limited Lap Swim
Monday, May 20 MLA Green Rookie Night
Tuesday, May 21 MLA Green Parent Meeting & Registration Night
More Double Trouble Spring Break may be over, but Double Trouble will continue! The Double Trouble will be available on Saturdays (12-5 p.m.) and Sundays (1-5 p.m.) during our open swim hours for the month of April. We will offer the Double Trouble this summer on a rotating schedule. Stay tuned for the summer play feature schedule!
We saw over 8,000 visitors at our facility for Spring Break!