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PRESS RELEASE: City's Bryan Park and Mills Pools, Community Foundation Switchyard Plaza Spray Pad, Open May 25 for the 2024 Season

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The following is a press release written by Justin Crossley for City of Bloomington.

Bloomington, Ind.–The City's two outdoor pools, Bryan Park Pool at 1020 S. Woodlawn Ave. and Mills Pool  at 1100 W. 14th St., open for the 2024 season at 11 a.m. May 25.

The Community Foundation Switchyard Plaza Spray Pad at Switchyard Park, 1601 S. Rogers St., opens May 25 at 10 a.m. Spray pad hours are 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. daily, with free admission.

Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool are open daily, weather permitting, from May 25 through Aug. 4, from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Admission is $6 per person. Season passes, good for unlimited admissions for a single individual to Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool during the 2024 season, are $70 each and are available for purchase at Bryan Park Pool. Economy 20-Punch Passes, good for a total of 20 admissions for anyone to either pool, are $90 each and are available for purchase at Bryan Park Pool and Mills Pool.

Pool admission fee waivers are available from Bloomington Parks and Recreation for those who qualify. Apply online for a pool admission fee waiver, or call Parks and Recreation at 812-349-3700 for more information.

Bryan Park Pool hosts three, two-week sessions of swim lessons this summer. All sessions include levels from Guardian and Toddler (for young children who need constant support in the water) through Level 4  (for children ages 6-14 years). The first session begins June 3, with a registration deadline of May 27. Swim lesson fees are $65 per person for Bloomington residents and $75 per person for out-of-city residents; scholarships are available for swim lessons from the Bloomington Parks Foundation. Browse the classes and dates for upcoming swim lesson sessions, or apply online for a scholarship for swim lessons, summer camps, or other Parks and Recreation programs.

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