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The Lompoc Vision

“Good News You Can Use.”




ach week we view international and independent films as well as documenta-

ries of note. The byword is eclectic. There is no charge but donations for cof-

fee and snacks are welcomed. Film suggestions? Contact Rosemary at 805-

200-4076 /


Our location is 104 S. H Street, LVDC Headquarters. (This is a generously avail-

able space and does not indicate political bent.) Instead of a television, a projector

and large screen will be used. A bigger picture with full sound! Still on Saturday

nights at 7 pm. Back door only; open at 6:40 pm. Find us on Facebook under Lom-

poc Films.



Lap Swim is available at varying times in the competi-

tion pool and the activity pool lap swim lanes. While lap

swim time is geared towards adults, youth 14 years of age

and up are welcome but may be asked to demonstrate their

swimming ability to a certified lifeguard before being al-

lowed to participate in lap swim.

Lap Swim Fees


Daily -

$5.00 per entry. $4.00 per en-

try - 60 years +.

Passes -

$45.00 per month. $40.00 per

month – 60 years +. $110.00 every 3 months. $95.00 every

3 months - 60 years +.


Enjoy the soothing properties of the 90 degree therapy

pool in our 30’ by 50’, 3.5’ to 4.5’ deep pool. The therapy

pool allows you to walk or swim in the warm water at your

own pace during this quiet time reserved for adults, per-

sons with disabilities, and infants with parents. There is

easy access from the deck by the way of our long and gen-

tle, sloping ramp in addition to the traditional stair entry.

The Lompoc Aquatic Center also has two wet wheelchairs

for use to enter and exit the water. There is no recreational

play in this pool during this time.

Warm Water Leisure Time Hours:

Monday – Thursday 11:30AM - 1:00PM, 5:00PM -

7:30PM. Friday & Saturday 11:30AM - 1:00PM.

Warm Water Leisure Time Fees:

Daily -

$5.00 per entry, $4.00 per entry - 60 years +


$45.00 per month, $40.00 per month – 60 years +

$110.00 every 3 months, $95.00 every 3 months – 60 years



We have set time aside for infants and toddlers to experi-

ence and enjoy the wonderful world of aquatics with their

adult companions. This quiet time will allow you to enjoy

quality time together in the 85 degree Aqua Play area. This

area ranges in depth from 0 to 2.5’ deep. Children are re-

quired to wear swim diapers AND covered plastic pants.

The water features are not on at this time.

Mondays - Saturdays 11:30AM - 1:00PM


Adults are welcome to come and drop into any of our

water exercise classes, space permitting on the roster, at

a cost of only $7.50 per visit. You can contact our office

at 805-875- 8100 or the Lompoc Aquatic Center at 805-

875-AQUA (2782) to determine space availability.

Swim Lesson Information

All swim lesson registrations are taken at the Anderson

Recreation Center, Mon. - Fri. from 9 am – 5 pm. Reg-

istrations can be taken over the phone, in person, and by

mail. Pre-Registration is required for all classes. Most

classes require a minimum number of participants, if our

classes do not reach the minimum number, they will be

canceled. Cancellations will occur by 12PM the Friday

before the first class – so register early! For questions,

contact the Lompoc Recreation Division at (805) 875-

8100. FEE: $45.00 PER SESSION


This class offers a terrific workout in the lap lanes of our

recreation pool, at a depth of 4.5’. Our instructor will lead

you through a fast-paced routine set to music using water

steps. This class is unlike any other step aerobics class you

have experienced! Water shoes are recommended.

Morning Class:

Instructor: Laurie Lane $45.00

Session 3: M/W/F 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Oct. 28 - Nov. 22

Evening Class:

Instructor: Kathleen Nelson $45.00

Session 3: M/W 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Oct. 28 – Nov. 20


This class offers you the chance to enjoy water exercise

in our competition pool, which ranges from 7’ to 9’ feet in

depth. The resistance of the water will help build strength

in your joints and muscles, while using a floatation belt to

stay afloat. The ability to swim is not required in order to

participate in this class. *No class on 11/28.


Caroline Halbeisen $45.00

Session 2: T/Th 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM 10/01 – Oct. 24

Session 3: T/Th 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM 10/29 – Nov. 19


This class is taught in warm water with slow move-

ments and joint movement. This class is perfect for mature

adults who want to exercise in the water without stressing

their muscles or joints. This is designed for those individu-

als suffering from arthritis, fibromyalgia and other special

sensitivities such as stress, the need to start an exercise

program or those recovering from illness or injury. This

class will be offered in the therapy pool, which maintains a

wonderful temperature at 90 degrees!


Debbie Nettleton Fee: $40.00

Session 2: T/Th 9:15AM – 10:15 AM Oct. 01 – Oct. 24

Session 3: T/Th 9:15AM – 10:15 AM Oct. 29 – Nov. 19


This energizing class will give you the energy you need

to get through the day. This upbeat class uses waters natu-

ral resistance to get your circulation moving and your heart


Your ability to swim is not required to participate.


Debbie Nettleton $45.00

Session 3: M/W/F 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM Oct. 28 - Nov. 22


October 5 -

On the Basis of Sex. U.S. 2018 Drama/Period Piece. Two hours. Direct-

ed by Mimi Leder. Cast includes Felicity Jones and others. Inspired by the powerful

true story of a young Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this depicts a then-struggling attorney

and new mother facing adversity in her fight for equal rights. When Ruth takes on a ground-breaking case, she knows

the outcome could alter the courts’ view of gender discrimination. Teaming up with her husband, this case catapults her

into one of the most important public figures of our time.

October 12 -

Breathe. U.S. 2017. Period Piece/Biodrama. One hour 57 minutes. Directed by Andy Serkix. Stars An-

drew Garfield, Claire Foy anf Tom Hollander. This spirit-lifting film tells the story of Robin Cavendish, whose charmed

and colorful life suddenly darkens when he’s paralyzed by polio. Rather than become imprisoned by his disability,

however, Robin and his wife decide to tour the world.

October 19 -

All the Way. U.S. 2016. Two hour 12 minutes. Historical Drama. Directed by Jay Roach; starring Bryan

Cranston, Anthony Mackie, Melissa Leo and many others. Lyndon B. Johnson’s political life was forever changed on

the day he succeeded the slain John F. Kennedy as president. As this incisive drama reveals, Johnson would spend much

of his first year focused on passing the historic Civil Rights Act.

October 26 -

Bohemian Rhapsody. U.S. 2018. Biopic. Two hours 14 minutes. Directed by Bryan Singer and starring

Rami Malek. This is the story of the legendary British rock band Queen in their first fifteen years and their lead singer

Freddie Mercury, leading up to their famous performance at LiveAid (1985). This is a powerful film about a charismatic

albeit tragic figure.