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City Of Windsor Fall And Winter Recreation Services Update

Monday September 28th, 2020, 2:13pm


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The City of Windsor has laid out some plans for the fall and winter recreation programming.

Their plans call for the re-opening a number of community centres that had been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and additional adult and youth programing.

Reopening Centres and Services:

  • Windsor Water World, Adie Knox Herman Recreation Complex and Gino and Liz Marcus Community Complex to reopen for after-school programs ages 6 to 18.
  • If there is sufficient demand, and adhering to provincial guidelines, beginning Monday, October 19th, 2020, the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex will open for programs such as Thai Chi, Yoga, Karate and Preschool Activities.
  • Registrations will begin on Monday, October 5th, 2022, by visiting the City’s recreation website,
  • Ice rentals are available at WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex, with 5 ice pads in total. Current usage is 80% of the time during peak hours and about 15% during off-peak times.
  • The Windsor International Aquatic Training Centre Presented by WFCU Credit Union offers reserved fitness lanes only and is operating between 37-52% capacity.
  • The WFCU Centre pool is operating both reserved fitness lane rentals and offering aquafit classes, with lane rentals operating between 24-80% capacity and aquafit between 7-20% capacity.

“We know that physical fitness and mental health go hand in hand. As we prepare for cooler temperatures and a potential second wave of COVID-19, maintaining active, healthy lifestyles will become even more important,” said Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens. “We’re restarting some programming and re-opening some recreation centres to create the spaces Windsor residents need to stay active and healthy.”

For more on recreation program registrations, visit

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