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Goldfish Swim School to host grand opening party for Glen Oaks location

Apr. 20, 2023 By Ethan Marshall

Goldfish Swim School will be hosting a party to celebrate the opening of its newest location at 257-09 Union Tpke. in Glen Oaks from 12:30 to 4 p.m. on April 29. There will be various activities that promise fun for the whole family.

This fun-filled grand opening party will feature food and treats, raffles and prizes, face painting, crafts a photo area and a DJ. This new location features a 75-foot three-lane pool as well as a viewing area for parents.


Photo by Goldfish Swim School

Goldfish Swim School provides children with guided play and a safe environment as they learn how to swim. The organization is also an official of the USA Swimming Foundation.


Photo by Goldfish Swim School

The Goldfish Swim Schools teach over 130,000 kids, ranging from infants at four months of age to 12-year-olds, each week throughout the United States how to swim. They also get critical life skills from these lessons.


Photo by Goldfish Swim School

Founded by husband and wife Chris and Jenny McCuiston, Goldfish Swim School provides swim lessons and water safety instruction to infants and children. Specially trained instructors teach the classes in a safe, child-friendly and fun environment using their research-based philosophy called The Science of SwimPlay.

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