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Pools on the Strip have been open since March, and the pools in Clark County and Henderson opened in May. As of June 5, Las Vegas’ five pools are finally open, too.

All pools open June 5, except Pavilion Center, which is closed for renovation until the fall.

Pool passes valid through Labor Day go for $40; a family of up to eight can get a group pass for $60, and seniors 50-plus swim all summer for $30. Otherwise, daily admission is $1-$2.

Each of the city’s pool offers private, semi-private and small-group swimming lessons beginning June 14 for $25-$100, which buys six 45-minute sessions. Diving, synchronized swimming and water polo for ages 7-17 costs $25 for the season; adults can swim laps from 4-7 p.m. Monday through Friday at Municipal Pool, 431 E. Bonanza Road.

On June 4, Bill & Lillie Heinrich YMCA (4141 Meadows Lane) hosts a Summer Splash and Safety event from 6-8 p.m., featuring a free open swim, toys and summer safety tips. Durango Hills Community Center (3521 N. Durango Dr.) hosts a Summer Splash of its own on June 5 from noon-2 p.m. v

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