Update regarding programs at District community centres

Apr 19, 2021

Following the update on April 19 from the province extending the current Provincial Health Orders, a number of programs and services at community recreation facilities will remain suspended, while a number of others will remain open.

Programs that remain suspended:

  • masters swimming programs
  • high-intensity group indoor fitness and yoga classes
  • low-intensity group indoor fitness and yoga classes
  • dryland group rehab classes
  • adult group hockey lessons
  • adult hockey rentals
  • adult volleyball and basketball activities
  • adult and seniors' art
  • adult and seniors' painting
  • adult and seniors' pottery
  • adult and seniors' music
  • seniors' caregiver support
  • seniors' creative writing
  • seniors' Keeping Connected programs
  • seniors' language classes

Programs that remain open with modifications to meet current Provincial Health Orders:

  • public swim and lane swimming
  • private swimming lessons
  • children’s group swimming lessons
  • minor sport swimming and diving
  • aquatic group rehab and low-intensity aquafit classes
  • weight room
  • personal training
  • outdoor fitness classes
  • outdoor activities – skiing, cycling, walking, hiking
  • public skating and stick & puck
  • private skating lessons
  • children’s group skating lessons
  • private hockey lessons
  • children’s group hockey lessons
  • minor sports hockey and ringette
  • childminding programs
  • children’s dance programs
  • children’s music lessons
  • children’s martial arts programs
  • children’s gymnastics
  • children’s basketball, Sportball, and tennis lessons
  • adult individual sports activities, including badminton, billiards, pickleball, and table tennis
  • Youth Hub at Park Royal, Bay Scene at Gleneagles Community Centre, and Youth Lounge at West Vancouver Community Centre activities

District staff will notify program registrants impacted by the changes, and refunds will be processed automatically for any cancelled classes.


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