- by Jessica Barsky
Babysitting must be booked in advance through the Front Desk. We are limited to 5 children in the center at one time. Children must be screened before entering. No parents are permitted in the Babysitting Centre. Please view our Covid-19 Member Manual before visiting Babysitting.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday through Friday, 9:00 - 11:00 am, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm, 2:00 - 4:00 pm.
DAY CAMPS ADDITIONAL SPOTS OPEN!
Our Junior Lounge Day Camp Program is perfect to have your childrent engage in a creative, exciting, and safe small group setting. We have many projects, activities and games planned for the upcoming month to grow and learn together. and we will also assist with your child's school work requirements. When sending your child to camp send any homework that they have. If your child participates in any online work or class time, please send them with a digital device to access this as well as all class access information that would be required.
Monday-Friday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Cost: $45 per day $200 per week
ADDITIONAL SPOTS NOW AVAILABLE!
Members will receive priority registration in camps.
Non Members: Although we have not opened registration to non-members at this time, we are allowing non-members to be added to a wait list for camps. If guidelines change and it is safe to increase our capacity, we will reach out to all non-members on the waiting list. If members have not filled all the spaces, we will contact those on the waiting list 1 week before the start of camp with availability. Please view the Junior Lounge section of our Covid-19 Member Procedure Manual here prior to registering.
I loved staying connected with you through Zoom while we were shut down and look forward to continuing that!
Gym Class runs Monday-Friday 1:30-2:00 pm and we have many other classes scheduled each week. Contact me to get added to our class email list to receive all of our online codes.
- by Jessica Barsky
No drop ins
Arrive no more than 20 minutes before your scheduled time. Leave at end of your scheduled times to reduce your time at the Club. Do not congregate in the parking lot before or after your ice time.
No equipment including pucks will be loaned, be sure to bring all of your own items.
Adhere to all distancing rules
Sanitize your hands before entering the arena
Skate tying can be done in the Skating Lounge, but otherwise, arrive already dressed or visit your men’s or ladies’ locker areas for changing before and after your skate.
No arena dressing rooms are provided during Open Ice, General Skate or General Hockey
You must bring your own water bottle, water coolers are not available at this time
There are 3 types of member skating times available. Be sure you know the rules for each type of session and contact the Front Desk to book in your visit. You can book up to 2 days in advance. Our schedule is also posted online for you to view available times. Make sure you know all the appropriate protocol from our Covid-19 Member Manual and have signed your Member Declaration before your first visit.
General Skate times are set aside for the enjoyment of members. There are no sticks or pucks allowed on the ice at these times and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult. Please check the skating schedule for General Skate Times.
General Hockey times are set aside for the enjoyment of members. Sticks and pucks are allowed on the ice during these times, skaters are required to wear a helmet and children under the age of 7 must be supervised by an adult. Pick up hockey is not allowed during General Hockey. This ice is not meant to run a practice session with multiple people. No pylons or other equipment is permitted. If you are looking to run a skills practice session, you can rent ice privately. Please check the skating schedule for General Hockey and Skate Times.
Open Ice is shared between all members whether you are just coming for a skate or also bringing your stick and puck.
- by Trevor Borland
Our 3 weeks of summer tri racquet camps are filling up fast. At our tri racquet camps, participants ages 8-14 take part in our three racquet sports: squash, badminton and tennis on a daily basis. They also spend an hour in the pool each day and have their lunch included. We have made a number of modifications this year to comply with Covid-19 regulations. Some of these changes include the reduction of overall numbers for the camp to 20 per week. Splitting our group of 20 into two groups of 10 and assigning racquets for the week to individuals who need.
Our week 2 of camps is currently full and we have started a waiting list. Week 1 has 6 spots remaining and week three has 3 spots still open. To register, you can visit us on our website or call the Front Desk at 204-452-3311.
TRI RACQUET CAMP WEEKS:
Week 1: July 6th - 10th
Week 2: July 13th - 17th
Week 3: August 24th - 28th
A few reminders to help keep you safe while you play squash. We have hand sanitizer in the squash centre for your use, as well as disinfectant for the door handles. Please remember to book a court either online or through our reception. Please arrive and stay after your squash in the squash centre only a short time as to prevent too many people from congregating. We have also posted in the squash centre a list of drills and games you can try on the court to help stay further apart. One final reminder is to try and break that old squash habit if wiping your hand on any of the walls.
- by Rob Guthrie
Effective immediately we are resuming our towel service in our locker room. Towels are available for showering and pool usage ONLY and are NOT permitted to leave the locker rooms.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 10:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
No members are permitted in the Club prior or after the set hours.
We require EVERYONE to abide by the new protocols put in place. Not doing so could put our members & employees health as risk, as well as open up our Club to potential fines, closures, and public scrutiny as Clubs are being subject to random inspections from the Province.
- by Jeff Mitchell
We thank you all who have given us your feedback on the Fitness Facility thus far. It does not matter if the feedback is positive or constructive as all feedback is welcome. We continue to take this feedback into account to improve your WWC experience currently and to help shape programming for the summer and the upcoming fall sessions.
PLEASE DO NOT SPRAY DIGITAL SCREENS DIRECTLY
As a friendly reminder, we ask that you spray the towel that you are using with your disinfectant bottle and then wipe the digital screens with the towel versus spraying the disinfectant on the screen directly.
CLEANING REMINDER FOR EQUIPMENT
Most of our members have been amazing over the last few weeks but we kindly ask that you please be sure to carry a bottle of disinfectant and a towel with you for your whole workout. Having these items with you will help remind you to use the disinfectant on all equipment before and after use.
PLEASE PUT EQUIPMENT AWAY AFTER USE AND CLEANING
If the weights or equipment are left out on the floor throughout the gym, we can only assume they have not been wiped down and disinfected. This affects other members ease of use of the equipment in the gym. Please be sure to wipe down and put away all items when done using them.
JACOB HAS MOVED
Due to member feedback and looking to optimize space and equipment usage, we have moved the Jacobs Ladder up onto the Stretching Platform to your left as you enter the gym.
REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES