Homeschool Ko-OP Fun Day!
June 14th from 11am-4pm
- Registrants of the Fall 2022/Spring 2023 semesters – FREE
- All other guests:
$5 per person ($30 max per family)
- 3 years and under are FREE
- Slip & Slide
- Snack Shop
- Olympic-sized Pool
Fall 2023 Semester Info:
- Class info will be posted by August 29th, 2023!
- Registration day is September 8th
- First Day of classes begin on September 20th
Extras (Available to all parents & children)
Home Room – A place to set your stuff down and relax. Bring a book, bring the math your child still needs to work on, or just let the little ones play till the pool is open!
The Pool – Open from 1-4 PM. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the pool area at all times. No 2 piece bathing suits allowed.
Playground and nature trails – When the weather is nice take advantage of the children’s playground and nature trails that wrap around the beautiful Keswick lake.
Property Rules and Regulation:
- Children 5-7 must be signed in and out of class by an adult
- Children under 12 are required to have a parent present in the pool area at all times
- No 2 piece bathing suits
- Parents are not permitted to leave the property while their child is in attendance
- Parents are responsible to be aware of, and know where their child is at all times
- At least 1 class registration is required for family attendance
- All attendees on the property are required to be registered
- Pool wristbands will be handed out each class day at 11:45
- The pool will be closed for the month of December for maintenance.
- Announcements will be made each week during chapel. We encourage all to attend chapel each day at noon.
Regulations are subject to change in accordance with government guidelines.
America’s Keswick facilities and conference center is thankful for the opportunity to reach out to the local community. The heartbeat of America’s Keswick is to support and continue the addiction recovery ministry at The Colony of Mercy and Barbara’s Place. With the onset of this pandemic, drug use, alcoholism, and drug overdose has been destroying lives and families at an increasing rate. The Colony of Mercy and Barbara’s Place has been a light in this darkness for over 123 years. Maintaining certain regulations allows this to continue.
Pool access may be limited by capacity regulations
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