Housed within the Community Center is a six-lane pool, which is staffed for open swim, adult/lap swim, aquatic exercise classes, swim club, water walking, water polo, and learn to swim classes for both youth and adult learners.
The Sunday Open Swim and Family Swim offered at the Indoor Pool is only available from October through May.
During the Summer months, we use our Outdoor Pool located at 155 South Park Lane for afternoon and evening swims in the summer sunshine!
Daily fees or memberships apply the same as for other open activities. Children 5 and under are free with a paying adult/parent. Children must be at least 7 years of age to swim without and adult/guardian with them in the pool.
The Pool can be rented for private parties at $52.50 an hour. If you have more than 25 swimmers, the rate will be $63.00 an hour.
Deep Water Aerobics
Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program
Benefits to You
The Aquatic Program will help you:
Decrease feelings of isolation through social interaction
Gain strength and flexibility
Improve your day-to-day life
Arthritis Foundation Certified
Outdoor Pool - June through August
YOUTH SPRING SWIM LESSONS
Fee: $26.25 for 8 1-hour sessions (Levels 1-6)
$11.50 for 8 1/2-hour sessions (TinyTots)
Come to the Le Sueur Community Center for the best training and tips on how to be safe in, on, and around the water. All classes are staffed with trained Water Safety Instructors and Lifeguards. Limited space, register early. Your child’s spot in class will only be held after payment is received.
Level Saturday Sunday
1, 3, & 5 9:00am-9:50am 6:10pm-7:00pm
2, 4, & 6 10:00am-10:50am 5:10pm-6:00pm
Tiny Tots 11:00am-11:30am 4:30pm-5:00pm
Levels do require Saturday and Sunday attendance.
Class fill up fast, register early!
SWIM LEVEL DESCRIPTIONS
Tiny Tots: 4-5 years old (no parent in water)
Water adjustment, breath control & submerging, buoyancy on front & back with support , swim on front & back (alternating arm action) 5 ft. with support , treading, retrieve submerged object
Level 1 Introduction to Water Skills
* Must be 5 years old by first day of class
Water adjustment , breath control & submerging, buoyancy on front & back with support, swim on front & back-alternating arm action (5 ft.) with support , treading, retrieve submerged object
Level 2 Fundamental Aquatic Skills
Submerging, front & back glide, jellyfish & back float, changing direction, treading, swim on front-combined arm & leg actions (15 ft.), swim on back-finning & sculling arm action (15 ft.) , swim on side (5 ft.)
Level 3 Stroke Development
Jump into deep water, kneel dive, rotary breathing, survival float, tread water, front & back crawl (15 yds.), butterfly kick (15 yds.)
Level 4 Stroke Improvement
Standing dive, swim underwater, back float 1 minute, open turn, front & back crawl (25 yds.), butterfly (15 yds.), breast-stroke (15 yds.), elementary backstroke (15 yds.), swim on side w/scissors kick (15 yds.)
Level 5 Stroke Refinement
Shallow dive, surface dives, flip turn, front & back crawl (50 yds.), butterfly (25 yds.), breaststroke (25 yds.), elementary backstroke (25 yds.), sidestroke (25 yds.), survival swimming
Level 6A Personal Water Safety
Front & back crawl (100 yds.), butterfly (50 yds.), breaststroke (50 yds.), elementary backstroke (50 yds.), sidestroke (50 yds.), open & flip turns, survival swimming, swimming while clothed, treading water, kicking only, boating safety
Level 6B Fundamentals of Diving
Front & back crawl (100 yds.), butterfly (50 yds.), breaststroke (50 yds.), elementary backstroke (50 yds.), sidestroke (50 yds.), open & flip turns, rescue breathing, care for conscious choking victim, reaching & throwing assists, Care for con-scious choking victim, check-call-care, backboarding, compact jump, swimming with rescue tube
Level 6C Fitness Swimmer
Front & back crawl (100 yds), butterfly (50 yds), breaststroke (50 yds), elementary backstroke (50 yds), sidestroke