Question/Comment: A resident and a group of friends in their mid-fifties to mid-sixties age range are looking for an indoor pool that is nearby and affordable to use. It was suggested to them that they use the pool at the Kennedy School. S/he says they mostly need a place to do stretching and get some exercise in the water- water aerobics for older adults, or anyone with arthritis, would be ideal, but they would happily settle for some 'open' swim time. Some of them would swim laps, but maybe more slowly than younger people. The problem is, they can't seem to find a category for them in the pool schedule. It appears that the only times the public can swim (other than laps) are Family Swim times. No one in this group has a child, and s/he notes that even if they did, it seems that family swim is likely a crowded and noisy time. S/he would like to know if there an opportunity for adults to casually use the pool, or if this could be added to the pool schedule.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Posted by ResiStat at 10:56 AM