Are you a decent adult swimmer who wants to put a little more style, music, movement and performance into your aquatic journey this summer? Then you may want to consider joining the River City Magnolias in the water at the Randolph Pool (1401 Grayland Ave. in Richmond) for FREE synchronized swimming lessons on Thursdays in August.
This group encourages all to participate no matter ability and say those who master the technique can swim at the River City Magnolias Goodbye Summer Performance on Thursday, August 29th. You can stay up to date on the synchronized swimming group by following the River City Magnolias.
The River City Magnolias is an amateur water ballet club in Richmond that shares a nostalgia for the spirit of synchronized swimming of yesteryear while celebrating the current energy of the community. The group promote a joyful, healthy, and body-positive approach to fitness and encourage an environment of diversity, friendship, self-confidence, and perseverance. The River City Magnolias strives to give back to the community and to promote our vision of fitness, diverse beauty, and water safety.
The group is inviting swimmers of all genders who are curious about synchronized swimming, to come give it a try every Thursday in August from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at the Randolph Pool. No experience necessary. Participants should bring a swimsuit, a towel, goggles if you have them (if not no worries, they will have some to lend) and a nose clip if you have one (if not, no worries, they will have some to lend). Lessons are open to anyone – all ages, shapes, sizes and genders. Swim lessons take place in the deep end. Participants should be comfortable treading water for several minutes.