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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The City of Fort St. John announced, on Tuesday, the scheduled re-opening of recreation facilities starting Tuesday, September 8.

With the re-opening of recreation facilities, it asks the question when recreational programming will resume.

According to City Community Coordinator, Ryan Harvey, recreational programming will be progressively re-introduced over the coming months.

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Harvey says how it will work is first, they will re-introduce essential programs such as first aid and lifeguard training, followed by structured programs like fitness classes and lessons.

Once essential programs are re-introduced, Harvey says the City will then go to freeform programs such as children’s programming which includes Tumble Time and drop-in programs.

The re-opening of recreation facilities is part of the City’s plan for COVID-19 Recreation Procedures.

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