Some Parks and Recreation facilities re-opening

As Six Nations moves forward with its Covid-19 recovery plan, a number of Parks and Recreation facilities will re-open next week since pandemic restrictions shut down much of the community in March. The sports fields, running track and ball hockey rink will re-open this Monday (Sept. 28) but must be booked in advance. The splash pad and softball diamonds will remain closed because their regular seasons (primarily summer months) of operation have passed for 2020. The skate park will also remain closed, “because it promotes a high risk for community members to possibly be injured and Parks and Recreation would like to prevent this type of consequence during this COVID-19 pandemic,” Six Nations Elected Council said in a statement. The COVID-19 Information and Assessment Centre will continue to operate outside…

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