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Dog Pool

Dogs will have their chance to swim in the Lincoln City Pool from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 3.

Well-behaved dogs of all breeds are invited to swim and play in the pool. Be sure to bring a favorite ball or toy – and a camera. Only dogs may swim; their human friends must watch from the deck. Admission to the dog swim is free with a donation of canned or dry pet food for the Lincoln County Animal Shelter. Spectators are welcome, as well.

Following the dog swim, the Lincoln City Pool will close for annual maintenance Sept. 4 through Sept. 16. This is when the scrub brushes come out and the facility is cleaned from top to bottom.

The Community Center’s gym floor is also being refinished at this time, and there will be occasional building closures for sanding and finish application.

Please call 541-994-2131, or check out the Community Center’s Facebook page or the Lincoln City website for the latest information about hours and closures.

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