City Expands Recreation And Culture Programming As Provincial Re-Opening Expands

Tuesday February 22nd, 2022

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The City of Windsor’s recreation and culture openings and opportunities continue to grow in line with the latest announced pandemic planning from the Province of Ontario.

Here are some of the specific local re-openings to note:

Arenas and Outdoor Rinks

  • All nine ice pads at four arenas in the city continue operations, including the opportunity for indoor skating at the WFCU Centre and Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex. These opportunities include Public Skating, Adult/Seniors, Parents & Tots, Little Stars, Novice Stars, Youth Hockey Skills and Figure Skating. Visit www.ActiveWindsor.ca to review skating times and dates.
  • Outdoor skating at Charles Clark Square is now closed for the season, skating at Lanspeary will continue as long as weather permits
  • Registration for all public skating sessions will cease once the restrictions are lifted and will return to drop-in programming. In the interim, participants are encouraged to reserve your spot today by visiting www.ActiveWindsor.ca or by calling Central Booking at (519) 255-1161.

Aquatics and Recreation Centre Programming

  • The Windsor International Aquatic and Training Centre Presented by WFCU Credit Union and WFCU Centre community pools continues to offer reserved fitness lanes, open adult and aqua fitness classes.  Drop-in opportunities are anticipated to begin the week of March 21st, 2022.
  • After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, staff are excited to share that Learn-to-Swim classes will also resume the week of March 21st, 2022 including Parent and Tot, Preschool and Youth programming.
  • Registration for winter/spring programming is now available, and Recreation will be expanding spring programming based on staffing and demand.
  • A full list of offerings for aquatics and community centres can be viewed at www.ActiveWindsor.ca or by calling Central Booking at (519) 255-1161

Museum Windsor

  • The Chimczuk Museum and François Baby House have re-opened and continue to welcome visitors Tuesday through Sunday. Proof of vaccination is not required, but screening, masking and physical distancing continue to be required.

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