Churchlands: Swimming WA hosting free carnival to encourage kids to take up swimming

Junior Dolphins swimmers.
Junior Dolphins swimmers.

SWIMMING WA is hosting a free carnival in Churchlands to encourage children to take up swimming.

The Junior Dolphins Super Carnival on March 24 will feature swimming stars, sporting personalities, mascot Yampyu the Dolphin and plenty of swimming activities.

Children will participate in swimming games run by qualified swimming teachers and coaches aimed at developing and improving their skills.

Swimming WA club services co-ordinator Georgi Powers said the Junior Dolphins program was developed for children aged form five to eight and was suitable for those with no swimming experience.

“The Super Carnival on 24 March is a great opportunity for Swimming WA’s current Junior Dolphins to celebrate a great summer of swimming and for kids who are interested in having a go to see what being a Junior Dolphin is all about,” she said.

“It’s going to be heaps of fun for the kids and a great chance for parents to relax while the kids are keeping active and showcasing their skills.”

Swimmers under 7 years old will received a free Swimming WA membership, swimming cap and membership pack.

The carnival is at the Churchlands Senior High School swimming pool on March 24 from 10.30am to noon.

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