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Try Out the City Pool and Learn to Draw a Dolphin

In addition to swimming, why not learn these 10 facts about dolphins and learn how to draw a dazzling cartoon dolphin, step by step?

Make a splash in the , where you can swim in water averaging 81 degrees;

Swim for recreation, fitness, competition, or you can participate in diving— whatever you please.

Classes are also offered if you’d like a job as a water instructor, lifeguard, or recreation aide;

Simply go to the website to read up on the qualifications to see if you have it made.

The pool is also available to rent out if a pool party is more your style;

Whether you doggie paddle, swim like a fish, or dive like a dolphin, a visit is worth your while!

Hours and fees vary.  Please check website for detailed information.


10 Dolphin Facts

  1. Dolphins are mammals, which means they are warm-blooded and nurse their young.
  2. They are part of a family called cetaceans.
  3. Dolphins can hold their breath and stay under water for up to 15 minutes.
  4. The largest dolphin is the orca, or killer whale.
  5. The most common species of dolphin is the bottlenose dolphin.
  6. There are 32 species of dolphins that live in oceans and five species of dolphins that live in rivers.
  7. Dolphins live in groups called pods.
  8. Dolphins communicate using clicks and whistles they bounce off of object underwater called echolocation.
  9. Dolphins are very intelligent. Their brains weigh just under 3½ pounds.
  10. Dolphins swim an average of 25 to 40 mph.

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