As one of life’s great pleasures, swimming offers many health and fitness benefits, cools you off in the summer and provides a wonderful opportunity to socialize with friends and family. Make sure you and yours stay safe in the water by being water aware. Drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury-related death for ages 1-14. Teaching children to swim is a vital skill for drowning prevention along with other key water safety measures that everyone can take to stay safe in and around the water. This awareness initiative is a collaborative program of the Pauly D Foundation and the St. Charles Park District to promote water safety and encourage swim lessons for all ages.
Swim Safe Pledge
Make a commitment to Swim Safe and share this important message with friends, family and neighbors.
Experience a sample of the District’s aquatic programming. Daily admission fees apply. Classes are cancelled in the case of inclement weather.
Jun 7, 2pm – Swim Lesson
Jun 13, 5pm – Diving Lesson
Jun 21, 1pm – Lifeguarding 101
Jun 28, 2pm – Lunch with a Lifeguard
Select Days in June
4:30pm – Exclusive Tour Beyond the Pool Deck
1pm – Volleyball with a Lifeguard
5:30pm – Cannonball Contest
2pm – Photo Shoot with Ollie & June
World’s Largest Swim Lesson – FREE
People from all over the globe will unite together in an attempt to break the current GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for water safety awareness on Thursday, June 2 from 12-1pm. To register, click here.
The Sharing Wave
The Sharing Wave supplements a water safety partnership between the Pauly D Foundation and the St. Charles Park District. Sharing Wave funds will be used to help children participate in Park District recreational and educational programs. Local families can qualify for assistance through the St. Charles Park Foundation’s Financial Aid Program. Donations can be made during the online registration process or onsite at the aquatic
facilities. For more details, call 630-513-6200.
Hopping to Make a Difference! FREE Swim Lessons
Bubble Club Frog Level for Ages 3-4. For more information, click here.