Free 'Dive-In' Movie Jan. 18 at Brodie Pool

Families can splash around while watching Finding Nemo

Illustration by by shanewarne_60000, via Flickr.

Looking for an immersive way to enjoy a classic family movie?

Duke Recreation and Physical Education is offering a free "dive-in" movie showing of "Finding Nemo" at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 18 in the Brodie Recreation Center pool.

From the warm waters of the Brodie pool, families can watch characters Dory and Marlin swim through adventures to find the missing Nemo. The event is free to all. In addition to showing the movie, a variety of water noodles, inner tubes and beach balls will be available to play with.

During the movie, the pool will be staffed with lifeguards.

"Any time we can host a family-oriented event in our pool, it's a lot of fun," said Bonnie Adams, aquatics coordinator for Recreation and Physical Education. "It's a great experience for kids to see adults having fun in the pool, too, so we can foster a love of swimming from an early age."

For more information about recreation programs, visit To learn about swimming programs, contact Bonnie Adams at or (919) 613-7537.

Join a Duke Gym

Faculty and staff can sign up for discounted membership to Wilson and Brodie recreation centers through the Duke Fitness Club. Organized by LIVE FOR LIFE, Duke's employee wellness program, the Duke Fitness Club allows for faculty and staff to become members of both Duke gyms for $17.33 per month. Employees who sign up through the DukeCard office do not receive discounted individual or family plans. Members have access to group fitness classes and workshops, as well as fitness assessments, orientation and counseling.