The City of Kingston announced today the INVISTA Centre has opened with four ice pads for permitted ice-use and fitness centre access. The opening is part of the province’s phase three re-opening framework and under guidance from KFL&A Public Health.
“Health and safety measures have been put in place to comply with the provincial framework and local health protocols,” states a City release. “These measures include capacity limits, health screenings and increased cleaning and sanitization to ensure that the safety of staff and patrons is paramount.”
Bill Rogerson, Manager Recreation Facilities, says the City is aware people are excited to get back on the ice and into fitness routines, and expressed appreciation for the support of its patrons, facility partners and user groups as this important community asset is reopened.
More information about the reopening of the INVISTA Centre, located at 1350 Gardiners Rd., can be found on its City arena page.
Photo (Invista Centre): Google