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Pool Hours & Lesson Schedule

Written May 25th, 2015  

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Address / Contact Info:
425 E. Richards St.
775-423-2690
Pool Manager: Michael Bloomfield (775-294-5538)

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Pool Hours:
Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 11:55am; 1:00pm – 5:55pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Holiday Hours: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Admission Fee:
Kids and Seniors (60+) $1.00
Adults $1.50
**Kids 5 years & under are free**

Annual Swim Pass:
Child/Senior $20.00
Adult $30.00
Family $60.00

Swimming Lesson Dates:
Session I: June 8– 19 • Session II: June 22 – July 3
Session III: July 6 – 17 • Session IV: July 20 – July 31
Session V: Aug. 3 – 14
**No Lessons on Holidays**

LESSON TIMES:
8:30am – 8:55am; 9:00am – 9:25am; 9:30am – 9:55am
12:00pm – 12:25pm; 12:30pm – 12:55pm; 6:00pm – 6:25pm
6:30pm – 6:55pm

LESSON FEES:
All levels $25.00
Private $60.00
Semi-Private $40.00 ea. (Min. two kids)
**Lessons run for two weeks, Monday through Friday.
Privates may be booked for children of any age.
Group lessons are for ages 3 and up.**

SWIM LESSON LEVELS
Tots, Pre–Beginner, Beginner, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Swimmer

Private Pool Rental – $75 for 1st hour & $50 for each additional hour
Based upon availability, contact pool manager


Fallon Young Entrepreneur Center

Written May 10th, 2015  

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Whether you own your own business or are planning on starting a new one, I welcome entrepreneurs in all forms to the City of Fallon and Young Entrepreneurs Collective Co-Working Space. This new space offers resources for aspiring entrepreneurs to prepare, write business plans and ultimately begin working. It also offers existing business owners a location to step outside of the office to brainstorm, collaborate and further their business knowledge.

The upstairs of the Old Post Office has been transformed to accommodate a professional office with computers, printers, scanners, televisions and more. In addition to the technology, the Co-Working Space will be a hub for continued business education. Now open, the Co-Working Space can be used by any aspiring entrepreneur or business owner. For more information or to sign up call Valerie Lightfoot at 775-423-3040.

~ Ken Tedford, Mayor, City of Fallon

[Photo Bottom] Mayor Tedford and Governor Sandoval welcome guests at the Co-Working Space Kickoff.


Summer Concert Series

Written May 9th, 2015  

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The Churchill Arts Council presents a summer full of concerts and events. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s coming up this summer.

June 20: Jeffrey Broussard & The Creole Cowboys:
One of the most influential accordionists and vocalists in modern Zydeco, Jeffrey Broussard continues to be one of the genre’s most dynamic performers.

August 15: Mike Zito & The Wheel:
Mike Zito has been a rising star in the blues/roots world for several years as a performer with his spirited band, The Wheel, as a songwriter and producer. In 2010, the song, “Pearl River,” which he co-wrote with Cyril Neville, won the Blues Music Award for Song of Year. His solo CD, “Greyhound,” was nominated for a Blues Music Award for Best Rock/Blues Album.

September 26: The Leftover Cuties:
Shirli McAllen (lead vocals, ukulele), Austin Nicholsen (bass, vocals), Mike Bolger (brass, keys, accordion, vocals ) and Stuart Johnson (drums, percussion, vocals)-enchant music lovers with their timeless jazz-tinged sound, combining sultry vocals, pop-perfect songwriting and seasoned musicianship.

For a full schedule of events visit ChurchillArts.org