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The Province is moving into Stage 2 with the COVID-19 cases continuing to fall. If you have not received your first dose, please do ASAP. We are so close to the finish line, and then Second does can start. At this rate, we will have a great summer and things can open even more.

With the COVID-19 numbers falling, Calgary Recreation is opening up on June 14th the following locations with appointment-based amenities, and one third of fire code capacity:

Aquatic and Fitness facilities:

  • Canyon Meadows Aquatic & Fitness Centre
  • Glenmore Aquatic Centre
  • Inglewood Aquatic Centre
  • Killarney Aquatic & Recreation Centre
  • Sir Winston Churchill Aquatic & Recreation Centre
  • Thornhill Aquatic & Recreation Centre

Two additional aquatic and fitness facilities will follow June 21:

  • Bob Bahan Aquatic & Fitness Centre
  • Renfrew Aquatic & Recreation Centre

Arenas:

  • Father David Bauer and Norma Bush arenas (two ice sheets)
  • Optimist & George Blundun arenas (two dry pads)
  • Shouldice (one dry pad)
  • Stew Hendry & Henry Viney arenas (two ice sheets)
  • Southland Leisure Centre (two ice sheets)

Athletic Parks

  • Tom Brook Athletic Park (Opening June 14)
  • Renfrew Athletic Park (Opening June 14)
  • Foothills Athletic Park (Open as of June 1)
  • Glenmore Athletic Park (Open as of June 1)
  • New Brighton Athletic Park (Open as of June 1)
  • Optimist Athletic Park (Open as of June 1)
  • Shouldice Athletic Park (Open as of June 1)

June 19 (dependent on weather conditions) Calgary Parks will also re-open seven outdoor spray parks and wading pools with limited capacity per Stage 2 of the Province’s “Open for Summer” plan:

 

  • Five Spray Parks:

o West Confederation Park

o Prairie Winds Park

o Rotary Park

o South Glenmore Park (Variety Park)

o Valleyview Par

 

Two Wading Pools:

o Bowness Park

o Prairie Winds Park

 

For more information on City facilities reopening can be found at Calgary.ca/covid. Thank you to everyone for their patience.

Sean Chu

Sean Chu

Sean Chu arrived in Calgary from Taiwan in 1985 speaking not a word of English, and within 7 years he was a sworn officer with the Calgary Police Service. From that point on Sean worked with the Calgary Police Service as on Officer for 21 years in a number of roles until 2013.

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