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Driftwood Pool is open tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 15) from 1-7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, it’s back to the regular schedule and it will be open to the public from 1-5 pm.
The City will be waiving swim admission fees for all Hollywood Residents through Sunday. Please bring proof of residency, valid ID or utility bill. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
People who are tired of being cooped up in their homes can visit City of Hollywood Community Centers and Facilities which have power and many have cold AC. The doors are open for you to come in, get out of the heat and enjoy a cool drink.
Here’s a list of centers that are currently open:
Boulevard Heights Community Center
The 10,195 square foot community center has a large multi-purpose room, 3 meetings rooms, reception area and a warming kitchen. Other amenities include an amphitheater, skate park, playground, and plenty of parking. This center is adjacent to the Hollywood West Athletic complex and concession stand. The center houses several Senior Wellness programs in partnership with Memorial Hospital.
6770 Garfield St, Hollywood, FL 33024
David Park Community Center
This 6719 square foot community center is located just ½ mile west of I-95 at 33rd Court & Hollywood Boulevard. The center offers indoor and outdoor activities for adults and children including Zumba, summer camp, dance, karate and a YMCA Special Needs Aftercare program. Outdoor amenities include open basketball/paddleball courts and a playground with shade structure and artificial turf.
108 N 33rd Ct, Hollywood, FL 33021
Fred Lippman Multi-Purpose Center
This adult/senior center is located adjacent to the Downtown arts & entertainment district. Activities include special interest clubs, arts and crafts programs, educational classes and is home of the Elder Grant Program.
2030 Polk St, Hollywood, FL 33020
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Center
This 19,128 square foot multi-purpose center, located in northeast Hollywood offers youth & teen basketball leagues, clinics, senior programming and a fitness room.
2400 Charleston St, Hollywood, FL 33020
Oak Lake Community Center
The 1402 square foot Oak Lake Center has a reception area that is ideal for classes, meetings and small private parties or baby showers.
3190 N 56th Ave, Hollywood, FL 33021
Located across the street from the Lippman Center.
2030 Polk Street, Hollywood, FL 33020
Driftwood Community Pool
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