Tuesday, July 28, 2015

It's Splashdown Time

In case you haven't heard, the city raised enough money (actually more than enough money) to open all of its 70 outdoor pools this summer.

It's Splashdown Time

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Kids swim at Kelly Pool Friday, kicking off the season. Photo by Jonathan Yu, Staff Photographer

In case you haven't heard, the city raised enough money (actually more than enough money) to open all of its 70 outdoor pools this summer.

To plot your swim time, here is the schedule for pool openings:

(For more information, check the recreation department's website).

Friday, June 18th: Fox Chase, Bridesburg, Awbury, Mander, Cohox, Kelly, Vare, and Carousel

Saturday, June 19th: Mitchell, Jardel, Feltonville, Francisville, Marian Anderson, and Lee

Monday, June 21st: Lincoln, Sayre, and Pickett

Tuesday, June 22nd: Vogt, Morris Estate, Kendrick, Athletic, Cione, Hawthorne, and Max Myers

Wednesday, June 23rd: Samuel, Hunting Park, Northern Liberties, Murphy, Ford, Tustin, J. Finnegan, and Christy

Thursday, June 24th: Belfield, Cherashore, Hillside, Penrose, Lederer, Kingsessing

Friday, June 25th: Lackman, Gathers, Cruz, Shepard, and O’Connor

Saturday, June 26th: Dendy, and Barry

Monday, June 28th: Schmidt, FJ Myers, and Waterloo

Tuesday, June 29th: Jacobs, American Legion, Piccoli, Amos, McVeigh, Sacks, and Cobbs Creek

Wednesday, June 30th: Simpson, Ziehler, Pleasant, Shuler, East Poplar, Baker, Hancock

Thursday, July 1st: Lawncrest, Heitzman, 12th & Cambria, ML King, Mill Creek, and Stinger Square

Friday, July 2nd: Houseman, Lonnie Young, Cecil B Moore, Chew, and 39th & Olive

Tuesday, July 6th: Scanlon, and Hartranft

 

 

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Kia Gregory is a staff writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. She's a proud native of the city and an alumna of Temple University. Contact Kia by e-mail by clicking here, or by phone at 215-854-2601.


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