The first of Dallas’ three family aquatic centers opens Saturday

At noon, The Cove at Crawford welcomes the public with free admission

WHAT:

Ribbon-cutting ceremony for The Cove at Crawford, the first to open of Dallas’ three new family aquatic centers. Branded as a regional facility, The Cove at Crawford’s construction kicked off the first phase of the city’s 2015 aquatics master plan that addressed the need for larger, more modern sites to serve more of the city’s increasing population.

WHEN: 11:30 a.m. Saturday, August 4, 2018

WHERE:

375 S. Prairie Creek Road

(Southeastern end of Crawford Park at Prairie Creek Road and Highway 175. From downtown, take US-175 To Prairie Creek Road exit. Then north on Prairie Creek)

WHO:

Rickey D. Callahan, Dallas City Council, District 5

Robert Abtahi, President, Dallas Park and Recreation Board

Yolanda Williams, Member, Dallas Park and Recreation Board

Willis C. Winters, Director, Dallas Park and Recreation Department

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