The target date for the pool opening is July 1,2020. This is dependent, though, on our Public Health inspection and licence.
Things that will look different at our facility:
* We have a clear plastic guard installed in our concession window.
*You may be verbally screened upon entering the facility.
*Anyone who is unwell will be required to stay out of our facility.
*No season passes this year. Single entry admissions will be charged for public swimming. (As we are subject to a limited capacity of swimmers per COVID-19 restrictions, we cannot guarantee that everyone would be able to fully use their season pass.)
*We will offer Aquafit season passes, and monthly lane swim passes.
*Directional flow arrows will be present in change rooms and on the deck.
*Physical distancing of 2 metres must be maintained, where possible. Therefore, parents/guardians must accompany children 12 years & under to ensure physical distancing is respected.
*Swimmers should come changed into their swimwear and to leave in their swimwear – There is to be no changing in the changing rooms.
*We have adopted a rigorous cleaning protocol to ensure the safety of all in our facility.
Our daily schedules will look much like those of past seasons. We will offer daily lane swim, public swimming, and aquafit, as well as Red Cross Swim Lessons in the following sessions:
July 13-17 (one week)
July 20-31 (two week)
August 10-14 (one week)
August 17-21 (one week)
Because we have limited spots available in classes, the following protocol must be followed for registrations:
Registration forms will be available on the Town of Kipling website on June 18, and must be submitted either by email or in person to the Rec Office – firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot guarantee that all requests will be filled.
Once your registration is confirmed, you will be required to submit payment to the Town of Kipling by e-transfer or credit card.
Thank you for your patience and understanding – we are working diligently to offer you a safe and enjoyable aquatic experience this summer!
Stay safe, wash your hands and cough or sneeze into your elbow.