Although The Wave Waterpark is closed for the season, it's still a great time to be at The Wave. Recreational swimming, available for all ages, returns to the Natatorium on weekends, beginning Saturday, October 1, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. Read on...
Start planning your child's fall, winter, or spring birthday party now! The Wave is the perfect venue for the perfect party! From October through April, birthday parties are hosted on Saturdays and Sundays in The Wave Natatorium, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. Read on...
The Wave is Hiring! Come to a Job Fair on Saturday, February 4
Looking for a high paying, part-time summer job? Attend The Wave Job Fair on Saturday, February 4, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at The Wave (4201 Central Parkway) in Dublin. Hiring for most positions begins at 15 years old.
Interviews and swim tests will be conducted onsite at the job fair, and successful candidates will receive job offers that day. Applicants who receive a job offer will be required to complete an American Red Cross Certification course (paid for by the City of Dublin).
Pay rates start at $16.50/hour for Recreation Aides and Slide Attendants; and $17.50/hour for Lifeguards and Swim Instructors.
Information for Sports, Facilities, and Camp Counselor positions will also be available.
Recreational Swimming Runs Through April 30
Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., in the Natatorium
October 1, 2022 - April 30, 2023*
It's still a great time to be at The Wave! Enjoy recreational swimming in our indoor Natatorium pool, heated to 82-84 degrees. Recreational swimming is a program available in the off-season (October - April) when our waterpark is closed. Recreational swimming is for all ages, and is the ideal time for youth and families to come and enjoy our fantastic facility and all that it has to offer.
KTVU's "Mornings on 2" Team Films "Zip Trips: Dublin" at The Wave!
On Friday, August 12, the KTVU "Mornings on 2" team came out to Dublin to film an installment of their summer "Zip Trips" series. News anchors Frank Mallicoat and Gasia Mikaelian held this live, one-hour broadcast at The Wave, while Sal Castaneda visited several of Dublin’s restaurants, and reporter Claudine Wong was at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl. Gasia interviewed Mayor Hernandez, Dublin Historian Steve Minniear, and Janette Pace from Open Heart Kitchen. High school senior and environmental activist Romal Mitr was also featured, and the Dublin High Irish Guard marching band performed throughout the one-hour event. Most visitors to The Wave that day were provided free or half-price admission.