Siblings Kalyn, Bryce and Kiandra Gustavson,enjoyed a swim in Al Anderson Memorial Pool shortly after it opened last spring. The outdoor pool in City Park will officially open for the 2013 season on Friday, May 10.

Time to make a splash

Al Anderson Memorial Pool opens for the season on Friday, May 10

Get ready to dive into spring.

Al Anderson Memorial Pool will open with a splash on Friday, May 10 as the season kicks off with a Move for Health Day that includes free public swimming from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Al Anderson Memorial Pool is an eight-lane, 25-metre pool located in City Park. Surrounded by nature, sports fields, a spray park, and covered picnic shelters, it is the perfect local destination on a hot summer day.

The City of Langley encourages all residents to get active and strives to provide opportunities for people of all ages to enjoy recreation.

From swimming lessons and length swimming to aquatic fitness classes, Al Anderson Memorial Pool has something for everyone, including the annual Legendary Water Fight and the Dive In Movie Night.

For a complete schedule of events for the spring or summer, visit the pool at 4949 207 St.

Schedules can also be downloaded from

Financial assistance for swimming lessons and passes is available for City of Langley residents who meet subsidy requirements.

Leisure Access Grant forms are available at any City of Langley recreation facility.

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