Burlington offers sale on rental spaces to local residents through the holidays
Published December 2, 2021 at 11:08 am
For the next month, Burlington residents can get a deal on rental rates of local gyms, ice rinks and community rooms.
Until Jan. 2, you can book space for 60 or 90-minute intervals at a variety of locations across the city. This presents a great opportunity for families to be active together in a safe, controlled environment over the month of December.
Rentals can be made 48-hours or more in advance. All booking can be done through the city website.
“This is a great opportunity for families to play together, run around and have fun in a larger setting,” said Chris Glenn, director of Recreation, Community and Culture.
“Burn some holiday energy and let the family loose. Each rental type presents so many different options for activities that everyone and anyone can take advantage of.”
Gym rentals are available at Tansley Woods Community Centre and Haber Community Centre for $28.90. Rental includes exclusive use of the gym, basketball nets and soccer nets. Renters must bring their own equipment.
Ice rink rentals are available at Appleby Ice Centre, Mainway Ice Centre and Mountainside Arena for $139.64. Rentals include exclusive use of the rink, hockey nets and skate aids. Renters must bring all other equipment.
Community room rentals are available at Tansley Woods Community Centre, Mountainside Community Centre and Haber Community Centre for $25. Rental includes two tables, 10 chairs. Renters must bring any other equipment they need such as crafts, fitness items or games. Sport balls or large sport equipment are not allowed in community rooms.
Residents can also book a court for pickleball at anytime throughout the year at the Burlington Seniors’ Centre, Central Arena and Haber Community Centre. For more information on pickleball courts, visit here.
All COVID-19 precautions and restrictions apply.
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