Memorial Day marks the unofficial start of summer. Mountain Home Parks and Recreation is getting ready as the Mountain Home City Pool at Cooper Park will open for the season Monday and remain open through Labor Day, Sept. 2.
The pool will be open from 12:30 until 4:30 starting Monday and running through June 2 before switching to a full schedule June 3. Mountain Home lifeguard Jamie Boelkens says for the most part, the pool hours and rules will remain the same.
The admission cost is $4 for swimmers, $1 for spectators and free for children ages 2 and under. Season passes are available for $70 and $50 for additional family members. A 25-visit pass is $55, and a 10-visit pass is $35.
Swim lessons will cost $55 per person and $50 for additional students. Early registration will be held Friday and Saturday evenings at 5 and 7. Boelkens says there will be four two-week sessions available.
Private parties will also be available. The cost is $85 for the first 25 swimmers and $25 for each additional 25 swimmers. Payment is due at the time of the reservation, and reservations will not be accepted over the phone.
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