Family Float Day Held At Pool
The Colony Pool Club in Chatham recently held a Family Float Day where the Rosewood Band performed for members.
The Colony Pool Club, which earlier this year launched a new website www.thecolonypoolclub.org, features a reduced membership fee schedule, various
new amenities and increased special events and social activities planned for members
The new website highlights some of the new amenities offered at The
Colony Pool Club including: Approximately 30,000 square feet, or 850,000 gallons, of fresh water swimming; more than 8,300 square feet of soft beach sand; the new Colony Café – now operated by The Fairmount Country Store; free Wi-Fi; diving boards, water slides, the Log Roll, water basketball and volleyball; swim team; private/group swimming lessons; half-court basketball court; tether ball; table hockey; ping pong; ladder ball and more.
Special events this summer include Sunday family night open grill, live music on select weekends, adult socials, ladies night, float days, sand castle contest, movie night on the beach, DJ parties, family fun day.
The Colony Pool Club Swim Team is a member of the North Jersey Summer Swim League. Its competitive Swim Team is a great way to have fun, get exercise and meet new friends. The swim coaches this year include Head Swim Coach Kara Miller-Radest and Assistant Coaches Nicole Tingley and Kathryn Visco.
Swim lessons are based on the Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Swim
program and are taught by certified Club lifeguards. Group Swim Lessons are offered Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings to children who are members, at least four years of age.
Club members can show their Colony pride this summer with a selection of new
apparel and summer items.
The Colony Pool Club was established in 1928 as a local swim club and has grown to
become a Chatham Township landmark known for summer family
Chatham Township is located in Morris County with about 11,000 residents and nearly 4,000 households. Learn more at chathamtownship-nj.gov.