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Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool Opens June 14, 2022

The Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission (APRC) is pleased to announce the Daniel
Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool
Photo courtesy Bob Palermini
 Meyer Memorial Pool will open to the public on June 14, 2022. Daily schedule details for open lap swimming, senior swim, recreational swim, water aerobics, swim lesson and water polo programs are available at the Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool website, ashland.or.us/Swim.  (Registration for Starfish Swim Lessons, Session 1, will open Tuesday, May 24, 10 a.m., view the Swim page.)
 
The Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool will be closed on all Mondays for the Summer 2022 season to compensate for staff and resource shortages. APRC will evaluate the ability to return to a full schedule in 2022 as the season progresses.  Always check the Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool website before visiting for updated information on the schedule or any pool closures that may occur.
 
APRC continues to recruit for lifeguard and swim instructors in order to expand programming for the community.  To view and apply for current pool positions please visit ashland.or.us.
 
Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool, an outdoor facility located in Hunter Park at 1705 Homes Avenue, will be open through early September 2022. After May 31, the pool can be reached directly at 541.488.0313.
 
Follow us at Facebook.com/AshlandParksandRec and Instagram.com/AshlandParksandRec, and use the hashtags: #DanielMeyerMemorialPool #DanielMeyerPool #AshlandParksandRec #APRC. Information on APRC at AshlandParksandRec.org.
 

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