Lexington Parks and Rec Releases Pool Closing Schedule

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Updated: 7/28/2012 12:28 am

        There's still time to enjoy Lexington pools this summer.

        Douglass and Picadome pools will close Sunday, August 5th.

        Castlewood and Southland Aquatic Centers and Shillito pool will stay open until Tuesday, August 14.

        Tates Creek and Woodland Aquatic Centers will close on Labor Day, Monday September 3rd.

       Castlewood, Tates Creek, and Woodland will be open 11:00-8:00 Monday-Saturday and 1:00-8:00 on Sunday from August 1-August 5.

        Southland will open an hour earlier Monday-Saturday on those days.

        All aquatic centers and pools will close at 6:00 Tuesday, August 14th.

        From August 15th through September 3rd, Woodland and Tates Creek will be open from 4:00–7:00 Monday–Friday, 11:00–7:00 on Saturday, and 1:00-7:00 on Sunday. 

        There will be a "Back to School Blast" from noon - 4:00 Saturday, August 11th at the Southland Aquatic Center.

        The pool party will have games and giveaways and admission is free for anyone who brings school supplies to donate to charity.

For more information, contact Lexington Parks & Recreation at 288-2973. 

 

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