Celebrate summer at Tukwila Pool | We’re All In!

Join Tukwila Pool this summer for family-fun activities including open swim, family swim, teen night, swim lessons, aquatic fitness classes and exciting special events.

On Saturday, July 21, we invite Tukwila and surrounding communities to participate in our annual Cardboard Boat Races from 1 to 3 p.m. Space is limited to 15 teams. Preregistration opened July 1.

Visit us online at www.tukwilapool.org/upcoming-events, call 206-267-2350 or stop by the front desk to register for this unique event.

Race fees are $3.25 for single crew member or $6.50 for two crew members. All materials for constructing a cardboard vessel will be provided by Tukwila Pool, in addition to an afternoon of swim, snacks and prizes.

Bring your creativity and your cheer — we look forward to seeing you at Tukwila Pool!

Seeking summer employment? Tukwila Pool is currently hiring lifeguards and swim instructors. As a proud aquatic training provider for American Red Cross, we offer lifeguarding certification courses.

For more information, visit www.tukwilapool.org.

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