Parent & Me Swim Lessons

All swim levels, ages six months to two years

Join your infant in the water with WSI certified instructors Amanda Hamel (Tuesdays), and Alicia Connors (Saturdays). We welcome parents to explore the water with their infant ages six months to two years focusing on:

  • Kicking
  • Blowing bubbles
  • Floating
  • Water comfort

Early exposure to water yields a higher level of swim skills, safety and desire to swim for children of all ages.

This 30 minute weekly class takes place in our warm therapy pool. Parents and infants will be in the water together with a guided instructor. Swim diapers are required.


  • Tuesdays, 11:00am – 11:30am
  • Saturdays, 11:00am – 11:30am
  • Takes place in the recreation pool


Ten-session punchcard. Limited space available, must reserve your spot per class.

  • Member $100
  • Non-member $130


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Meet the instructor

Amanda Hamel
 Amanda Hamel enjoys getting people comfortable in the water. Putting focus on safety and body movement. Her plan is to get anyone she can in the water. She enjoys teaching group, private, and semi-private lessons. Amanda is CPR and WSI certified. Email Amanda
Alicia Connors
Alicia Connors is WSI certified by the American Red Cross and has taught numerous children how to swim going back as far as her lifeguarding, swim team and swim coaching days while in high school and college.
Her dedication to children is evident in her multiple roles as the Regional Guardian ad Litem Coordinator for Windsor/Orange/Washington counties in Vermont; volunteer VT Chair for the international relief organization CASA NH.
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