Mission Statement: The Purpose of the Swift Current Aquatics Division is to enrich the lives of the Swift Current residents by providing excellence in a supervised Aquatic environment through teaching, drowning prevention, and providing a safe, clean, and enjoyable atmosphere.
The Swift Current Aquatic Centre was opened on November 3, 1981 and provides numerous of features for your recreation and enjoyment.
The main element is a 6 lane, 50 meter pool that ranges in depth from 1 meter to 3.75 meters, at a temperature of 29 degrees centigrade.
The teach pool is 12 meters X 4 meters at a depth of 0.8 meters with a temperature of 34 degrees centegrade that is ideal for preschool lessons and parents with tots.
The facility also contains a 6 patron whirl pool to rest your aching muscles in or to relax and warm up.
Other highlights of the Aquatic Centre include: easy access steps into the main pool, a wheel chair lift, a dry sauna, one 3 meter and two 1 meter diving boards, a Tarzan ball, and a a preschool slide.
Gentle Flow Fitness
The Gentle Flow Fitness Aquatic Program is a recreational program conducted in a heated pool. The program provides the opportunity for persons with arthritis to meet others, improve their health, and have fun.
If you have arthritis or other physical ailments, regular exercise can:
-relieve pain and stiffness
-increase flexibility and improve balance
-help you relax and sleep better
Classes range from 45 minutes to an hour in length and are held up to three times per week. Gentle Flow Fitness is a safe, enjoyable way to improve your strength and flexibility. The warm water and gentle movements can also help to relieve pain and stiffness.
Gentle Flow Fitness has been found to benefit participants with injuries to joints or people recovering from surgery. New members are always welcome. We do suggest that interested people speak to a physician before beginning any physical activity or exercise program.
Aquatic Centre Fall Schedule 2014
Swimming Lessons 2014/2015
2014/2015 Advanced Courses
Centennial Swim Days 2014