Swim to Survive is an annual campaign to educate Canadians on how to stay safe around water and how to prevent drowning incidents. At the Town of Newmarket, we have a well established aquatics program to teach and train our community members in safe swimming.
With summer around the corner, the Town is offering a free program throughout the month of June to support new Canadians and Newmarket resident with water safety skills.
FREE Family Swim to Survive Program
Every Monday in June (June 6, 13, 20 & 27) | Ray Twinney Recreation Complex (100 Eagle Street West)
6:30 to 7:10 p.m. and 7:20 to 8 p.m. | Free Admission, Register in advance at play.newmarket.ca
Upcoming lessons are offered in English plus an additional language each week. French (June 6), Mandarin (June 13), Farsi (June 20) and Spanish (June 27).
If you know someone who could benefit from the class, please spread the word and Register Here!
Did you know?
This year, the Town was a proud recipient of the Lifesaving Society's Burlington Cup which is awarded to the municipal affiliate with the largest lifesaving program in a community with a population between 50,000 to 100,000 in Ontario.
To learn more about drop-in swimming, lessons and aquatic leadership visit Newmarket.ca/swimming.