Beat the Heat at Wilton Family YMCA
The anticipated heatwave this weekend has inspired the Wilton Family YMCA to open its 50-meter pool, Kiwanis Pond, and Splash Pad to the entire community at no charge on Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21.
CEO Bob McDowell said anyone who wants to take a swim and cool off – member or not – is welcome, free of charge. Kiwanis Pond is not just for swimming, you can have a splash on the water inflatable, canoes and paddle boats too! Young kids will enjoy the coolest playground – the Y’s Splash Pad (water shoes required). The 50-meter pool will be open for recreational swimming.
Guests can check in at the beach gate, show an id and sign a guest waiver. Aquatics staff will be on site as lifeguards will be administering swim tests so everyone is safe.
Kiwanis Pond and Beach, and Splash Pad: Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
50-meter pool: Saturday, 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
About Riverbrook Regional YMCA
Serving the coastal city of Norwalk as well as the towns of Georgetown, Redding and Wilton, the Riverbrook Regional YMCA provides services to 134,000 residents across diverse communities. The YMCA is a member-supported charitable organization dedicated to promoting youth development, healthy living and social responsibility by offering a broad range of health enhancing, recreational, educational and social programs that are affordable and accessible to all people in the communities we serve. Our vision is to use all available resources to maximize the personal potential of every person in the community who is affiliated with or takes advantage of our exceptional Y programs and facilities.