Posts Tagged ‘Swimming lessons in Gauteng’
SWIMMING LESSONS AT PUBLIC POOLS
We spent last week finding out which public pools offer free swimming lessons via the government sponsored Learn-to-Swim program and which ones have private teachers who use their pools.
Unfortunately we discovered East Rand public pools still have no phone lines. So we apologise on their behalf and welcome feedback from you about these facilities.
SWIMMING LESSONS AT PRIVATE SCHOOLS
The private schools listed teach babies, toddlers and all ages. Several of these schools have heated indoor pools which teach swimming throughout the year.
NEXT WEEK FOR HERITAGE WEEKEND
On Saturday at Lory Park Zoo in President Park in joburg. They’re doing something about an endangered bird called the GroundHornbill and then at 11am, the owl enclosure will be opened for children to feed the owls and learn about their habitat.
National Zoological Gardens in Pretoria has a weekend program which includes includes storytelling sessions, face painters, jugglers and balloon sculptors while conservationists will demonstrate Komodo Dragon enrichment exercises, horse cart rides, Cape Fur Seal educational demos and more.
Then there are a few shows that might interest you.
The internationally renowned, grammy award winning, Soweto Gospel Choir will be performing with the magnificent South African Lipizzaner’ stallions- in celebration of the 63 years since the Lipizzaners landed on African shores. That’s at 7pm on Saturday
Also on heritage weekend the Barnyard theatre in Cresta has a performance of the classic fairytale, The Three Little Pigs a funky version for the whole family with a wolf called Biker Betty.
And finally there’s a wonderful place in Florida Park where your kids can ride on a Miniature Steam Train Its run by a group of volunteers called the Rand Society of Model Engineers. They are hosting a gathering to display and run model Locomotives for all to come and see and enjoy from Sept 23-25.
That’s it from me for today.
Have a memorable heritage weekend with your family.
Remember you can find more ideas of what to do with your family in the Gauteng region on www.Jozikids.co.za on your computer or your cell phone.