Exterior of the Stettler Recreation Centre. (Landin Chambers/Black Press)

Stettler Recreation Centre opens for private bookings

Individual bookings can be made for the arenas, Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre

As of Feb. 10th, the Stettler Recreation Centre will begin to open select facilities for private bookings, under the provincial COVID-19 requirements.

The arenas will be available for private bookings as of Wednesday, Feb. 10th, followed by the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre on Tuesday, Feb. 16th.

The Stettler Recreation Centre will remain closed to the general public at this time, and only those with confirmed bookings will be granted access to the building.

The Fitness Centre will be available for private one-hour sessions from Monday to Friday for individuals or households under usual membership and drop-in rates, and one-on-one instructor-led training is available at a cost of $10 per hour or $8 per hour for seniors.

The arenas will be available to rent daily at a fee of $75 per hour for individuals, households, and approved user groups, as per Alberta Health Services guidelines on team sport activity.

The Aquatic Centre is offering reservations from Monday-Friday for the following one-on-one training sessions:

• stationary aerobic cardio training (45 minutes)

• adult/teen stroke improvement or fitness training (45 minutes)

• adult/teen swimming instruction (30 minutes)

• swimming instruction for children of Swim Kids Level 5 or higher (30 minutes)

• swimming instruction for children up to Swim Kids Level 4, accompanied by a parent or caregiver (30 minutes)

Regular drop-in rates apply for all Aquatic Centre training sessions.

Reservations for both the Fitness Centre and Aquatic Centre can be viewed up to five days in advance and are limited to individuals or households. Bookings are limited to Town of Stettler and County of Stettler residents.

Each facility will follow their individual COVID-19 protocols, which was be found at www.stettler.net/play/stettler-recreation-centre .

Please review these protocols before attending the Stettler Recreation Centre. For further information or to book your private facility session, please call 403-742-4411.

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