With the continued fluidity of Provincial Health Orders in relation to COVID-19, Recreation Penticton will be offering modified program options for the coming season with the release of its Spring 2021 Recreation Guide, available to view online today.
“While this guide isn’t quite as packed with the usual abundance of program options, we hope to have more programs become available with a change in the weather and Provincial Health Orders,” says Manager of Recreation, Arts & Culture, Kelsey Johnson. “Even with reduced options due to the current restrictions, it’s still rewarding to be able to provide safe fitness and wellness options for our community.”
Popular programs returning for the spring include select swim lessons, parent and tot programs, Pro-D day camps and low-intensity fitness classes. In addition to information on programming, the spring recreation guide contains operational information including, COVID-19 safety protocols, hours of operation and what to know when visiting the pools and fitness room.
Staff will continue to monitor provincial health orders and guidelines and will modify programming to reflect these updates and changes.
“We encourage residents to regularly check our Return to Recreation web page on the City’s website for updated information regarding amenities and programs becoming available.”
The Recreation Guide is available online March 11 (penticton.ca/recguide). Registration for programs open March 17 for residents and March 18 for non-residents and can be done online through the City’s website (penticton.ca/restartrec).