Per Sonoma County orders, no more than 12 people, all wearing masks, may be present in any single room within OVA facilities.
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It’s really not as cold as shown in this picture as the pool is toasty warm and Mary’s Polar Bears welcome you to join them in the Water Aerobic Classes being taught at the West Pool. Only 15 people are allowed in a class and 6 ft of social distancing is maintained on the deck and in the water. You must register if you plan to attend. Your confirmation email may take a few minutes so please do not resubmit to avoid duplicates. Only Oakmont residents are allowed to participate.

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Click on the Water Aerobics West 1 hour
Click on the date you want
Click on the time you want

Scroll down and enter your information

(If no times are shown for the day you selected that means the classes are full)

Cancellations: The only way to cancel on line is by using your confirmation email (Scroll to the bottom and click on “Have a Conflict?” Change your appointment or you can call the OVA office and leave a message (539-1611).

We often have “stand bys” If you are late to class and there are people waiting they will be given your spot so you need to be at the pool at least 5 minutes before class start times.
At the West Pool the 9:00 AM participants must put their towels, etc. on the surfaces closest to the fence. When the 10:10 participants arrive they will put their towels, etc. on the surfaces at the shallow end of the pool.
The 9:00 class should exit the pool deck area as soon after the end of class as possible. Yes, shower if you care to while social distancing, however, please do NOT stand around visiting. The 10:10 class members are coming in so the 9:00 class participants need to exit the pool area as soon as possible.

Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) will NOT be sponsoring these classes so there is an $8.00 fee for all classes.
The locker rooms will not be open but the outdoor shower is available. The restroom by the Tennis Courts is open. Bring your own equipment (Noodles & Buoys) as none will be available at the pool. Do not leave anything at the pool as it will be thrown away – there is NO Lost & Found
Please wear your mask when you arrive and you may take it off when you are going to enter the pool. While on the deck you need to maintain the 6’ distance rule and wear a mask. Please remember to shower before going in the pool.
FRIDAY CLASSES: Reservations are also required for the Friday classes.
Julie looks forward to teaching at 10:10, every Friday morning that the pool is open. All are welcome!

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