May is National Water Safety Month and the City of Temecula is committed to providing resources for all residents to be safe when returning to warm-weather activities around bodies of water; including pools, oceans, and lakes.
This free community event, put on by the City of Temecula in partnership with the Inland Empire Water Safety Task Force and Stop Drowning Now, is open to all and guests will have the opportunity to learn water-safety practices, interact with Fire Engines and Police Cars, enjoy sandwiches from Firehouse Subs (available for purchase), and all who pre-register will receive a free Kona Ice at the event.
|Date||Friday, May 27|
|Time||6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.|
|Location||Community Rec Center - 30875 Rancho Vista Rd.|
|Register||Visit TemeculaCA.gov/Register and search “Water Safety.” Please register each person attending. |
For more information, please call the Aquatics Office at (951) 308-6396 and be sure to follow @TemeculaAquatics on Social Media.