Swimming in Centralia


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  • Medgar Evers Pool
    By the Numbers: Medgar Evers Pool 25-yard indoor pool 6 lanes 85 degrees—the pool’s temperature 1-meter diving board 15-yard teaching pool 2 family changing rooms 18+ years—the age you can go in the deep end without passing a swim test or wearing a life jacket 1 sauna on the premises 0 runaway lemurs have been spotted on the rope swing
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    500 23rd Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Colman Pool
    By the Numbers: Colman Pool 50-meter-long outdoor pool 8 lanes 85 degrees—the temperature of the pool’s saltwater 1 giant tube slide 0.5 miles from the nearest parking lot 0 miles from the beach 1 ADA lift 3 ways to prevent sunburn: staying in shade, wearing sunscreen, and only swimming during a solar eclipse
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    8603 Fauntleroy Way SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • McMenamins Kennedy School
    Catch up with your friends over a bite to eat at McMenamins Kennedy School, a local American bistro. No need to miss out on McMenamins Kennedy School just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has plenty of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Unwind with a glass of wine or cocktail with your meal — McMenamins Kennedy School has a wonderful selection of drinks to accompany your dinner. Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly cuisine at McMenamins Kennedy School just as much as mom and dad. Bask in the sun (or moon!) light when you dine on McMenamins Kennedy School's outdoor patio. Big family? Tons of friends? Bring 'em all to McMenamins Kennedy School — the restaurant has an awesome layout for large parties and groups. Access the internet free of charge via McMenamins Kennedy School's complimentary wifi. McMenamins Kennedy School can also cater your next party; call today for details. You can also grab your grub to go. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles. The menu at McMenamins Kennedy School is reasonably priced, with most items costing less than $30. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at the restaurant, but reviewers rate the dinner menu the highest.
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    5736 NE 33rd Ave
    Portland, OR US
  • Aquarobics - Water Fitness & Therapy
    Forget barbells, treadmills, or medicine balls. When it comes to exercise, the team at Aquarobics understands that the true power lies in a simple pool of water. Designed under the guidance of an orthopedic surgeon and a physical therapis, Aquarobics' three effective exercise programs unlock the hidden benefits of H2O for students of all ages and ability levels. During classes, students hop into a shallow pool for 60 minutes of cardio exercise. However, while the workouts are as low-impact as they seem on the surface, beneath the water, exciting physical changes take place. Thanks to water's buoyancy factor, our bodies weigh only 15% of their true mass when submerged, allowing an increased range of motion and the ability to perform workouts that would be difficult or impossible out of the pool. Water also boasts 12 times the resistance of air, adding a de facto weight training session to each class. The result is a joint-friendly, scalable workout program that helps students recover from injuries, build core strength, and boost balance and flexibility. Classes can also help mitigate the symptoms of medical conditions, including chronic pain, arthritis, and fibromyalgia.
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    5410 20th St. E
    Fife, WA US
  • King Aquatic Club
    King Aquatic Club trains its swimmers to move through the water like fish with lessons for students of all skill levels. During initial lessons, swimmers grow acquainted with the pool, learning how to float and paddle. As they progress through the classes, they acquire new skills, training in specific strokes and adopting proper form. Apparently, the system works: at the highest levels, the club's swimmers have won gold in national competitions, competed on Olympic teams, and grown gills that science is powerless to explain.
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    650 Southwest Campus Drive
    Federal Way, WA US
  • GirlDiver
    Cindy Ross was an unlikely person to found a scuba-diving school. Told by a commercial diving instructor at 19 that she was too small to scuba, Ross didn?t begin to explore the sport until she was in her 30s. Earning certification was a trial, and she spent her first four dives lugging 80-pound gear in the snow up and down a massive hill?and, adding insult to injury, the men?s equipment didn?t even fit properly. But the fifth dive changed everything. Held in Puget Sound, Ross felt a calling to the location's green waters and white anemones, and since then, the aquanaut has frolicked with such neighbors as a 1,200-pound sea lion, hundreds of Canadian seals, and a giant Pacific octopus. At Scuba Shoppe, Ross and her team of instructors immerse guests of all ages in the sport of scuba. Try Scuba classes held in the center's 84-degree pool familiarize students with their equipment before they plunge into the water to practice. Alternatively, an open-water certification program from Scuba Schools International expounds on these pool sessions with shore dives in the rolling waters of Puget Sound, which let students hone their skills in a more realistic environment or find a dolphin pod to adopt them. As part of this training, they will visit the den of a resident Giant Pacific Octopus. For the more advanced, Scuba Shoppe provides training for specialty certifications, including rescue diving, night diving, and underwater digital photography. An onsite dive shop outfits customers with all the necessary dive gear and accessories.
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    24 B St. NE
    Auburn, WA US

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