Community Center News
Summer time in Anthem is always a busy season for a lot of families.
Anthem Swim University, the Community Center's group swim lessons program, works to help children be comfortable around the pool.
The Community Center lifeguards are the only staff in the state to earn the Elite rating.
The Community Center and Civic Building offer a wide-variety of group exercise classes.
Both youth and adults can experience Krav Maga at the Community Center this summer.
Losing weight and getting healthier is a fight many go through on a day-to-day basis, especially at the start of the new year.
Swimming and coaching have been a part of Scott Newell’s life since he was a teenager. His hard work has paid off in countless ways.
Spend your child’s special day at the Community Center.
Free weights are a popular workout tool for folks wanting to build or tone muscle. But tune into etiquette - weight dropping affects those around you.
Kids love to play games in the pool. "Marco Polo," "Catch Me If You Can," bobbing up and down - we know them all too well. But when the "Blackout" game is played, the loser doesn’t just get a “gotcha” from their opponent.
Members of ACC's lifeguard staff participated in the Ultimate Lifeguard Challenge 2016 at the Kiwanis Recreation Center in Tempe on June 26, earning a five-star rating.
Before bringing these guests to the facility, be sure to review the guest policies and make sure everyone is covered.
These simple actions can make a visit to the Community Center smoother for all involved.
Preparing for summer is a year-round job at the ACC Community Center.
The ACC Community Center offers a variety of tennis programs for youth and adults of all skill levels.
Spring and summer plans are starting to come together, and ramada reservations at Anthem Community Park are filling up quickly.
Enjoy the amenities of the ACC Community Center in an age-appropriate manner in order to keep the youth of our community safe.
Residents and guests at the ACC Community Center are encouraged to be conscious of their surroundings and other visitors while taking photos on facility grounds.
The Starfish Aquatics Institute awarded the ACC Community Center a five-star rating for both of its 2015 reviews, the third consecutive year of high marks.
Residents must activate membership before enrolling in classes at the ACC Community Center and Mind/Body Studio.
Residents are reminded to scan membership cards for each person using the Community Center upon entering. This is requested for safety purposes to have an accurate count of how many people are in the building/pool in the event of an emergency.
Youngsters looking to try sports in a non-competitive environment can find just the opportunity they're looking for during Sportball sessions at the ACC Community Center. Sportball provides sports instruction to children ages 15 mos to 8 yrs. Kids are introduced to eight popular sports: soccer, floor hockey, basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, golf and football.
Adult sports leagues offer an opportunity to compete in a recreational environment.
The Community Center offers Parent-Teen Fitness Certification so that parents can lead by example when it comes to their teen's health and wellness.
Teens looking to get a leg up on their peers in pursuit of a summer job can sign up now for StarGuard Lifeguard Classes, running from March-April.
The annual monsoon season brings much needed rain to the Valley, but also often includes wind, blowing dust and lightning that cause the ACC Community Center pools to briefly close.
Residents and guests who enjoy the ACC Community Center pool are encouraged to revisit pool rules, abide by them diligently to avoid issues of public health and safety, and help ensure a fun summer for everyone.