PHOTO GALLERY: With hot weather, Vale pool's the place to be
The public pool in downtown Vale provides open swim times in the afternoons, a good way for kids to cool off. See anyone you know in these photos?
When the temperature starts creeping up, so does attendance at the Vale Swimming Pool.
The pool has open swim from 1 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday, with lap swims and classes at other times. The full schedule can be found on the pool website at https://www.cityofvale.com/government/departments/vale-swimming-pool.
And the temperature Monday and Tuesday will be in the 90s before simmering down later in the week.
Photos are from pool action on Thursday, June 18.
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