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Taylor Park now open Monday nights; Wibit inflatable pool toys donated for pool use

7:39 PM, Jul. 3, 2013  |  Comments
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The Friends of Taylor Park & Pool, Inc., and the Fond du Lac Area Foundation have joined resources to provide an additional night (Mondays) of swimming at Fond du Lac's classic and affordable Taylor Park Pool.

Monday night swim hours run from 6 to 8 p.m. under the supervision of the Taylor Park Pool's highly trained aquatic staff. Pool passes will be honored during these expanded swim times; and regular fees will be charged for swimmers without pool passes.

Something new has been added at the Taylor Park Pool starting this summer. The Friends of Taylor Park & Pool, Inc., have purchased three major fun-filled Wibit inflatable pool "toys" and have donated them to the City of Fond du Lac for use at the pool. Swimmers of all ages can enjoy a Wibit Hand, Target Cube and Hurdles that have been anchored at different locations in the pool and that will challenge the dexterity and athletic skill of swimmers.

Come over to the newly invigorated Taylor Park Pool and become a "Wibit Fan!"

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