By 1812Blockhouse

Ontario’s sense of community has always been its strength, and the town is a hub of activities for residents of all ages. Adding to this tapestry of community events is the Open Swim Nights, a delightful opportunity for students and families alike.

Sponsored by the Ontario Community Events, these Open Swim Nights at the Ontario Middle School/High School pool are free for all Ontario students and their families, as well as all city residents. A perfect occasion to cool off and bond with the family, these nights promise fun and frolic in the best way possible. It’s not just about swimming; it’s about coming together, sharing laughter, and creating lasting memories.

The dates for the upcoming Open Swim Nights are as follows:

  • November 1 and 15
  • December 13
  • January 10 and 24
  • February 7 and 21

With a lineup spread across various months, it ensures that residents have multiple opportunities to be part of the experience. For families with young swimmers, it’s important to note that children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Safety first is the motto, and the community ensures that all its little members are well taken care of.

Additionally, the vagaries of winter can sometimes play spoilsport. If schools are closed due to a snow day, Open Swim will be canceled. Not to worry, though — with multiple dates on the horizon, there will be plenty of other opportunities to dive in!

The community ensures that all your queries are addressed. For any questions related to the Open Swim Nights, residents can contact at 419-556-8072. Representatives are always eager to help and provide any additional information.

Ontario’s Open Swim Nights are more than just about taking a dip in the pool. It’s about community bonding, about children laughing, parents chatting, and families coming together. It’s yet another testament to Ontario’s commitment to its residents, providing them with experiences that are both enjoyable and enriching.

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