Outdoor fitness classes, golf courses set to open in Mississauga
If you want to start exercising outdoors more often, you might be happy to hear that outdoor fitness classes are set to resume in Mississauga next month.
Mississauga's two city-owned golf courses, BraeBen Golf Course and Lakeview Golf Course, will also be opening soon.
Following an announcement that outdoor fitness classes are now permitted in regions that are still in the grey/lockdown category of the province's colour-coded COVID-19 framework, the city announced that registration opens on March 30 for classes that will kick off on April 5.
BraeBen will open on April 2 and Lakeview Golf Course will open on April 19.
As for what outdoor fitness programs will be open come April 5, the city's website says that residents can sign up for cardio programs (aerobics, cycling, and step classes) cardio and muscle classes, dance classes, muscle conditioning classes, yoga classes and personal training.
COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect at both golf courses. According to the city's website, golfers will need to practice physical distancing, wash and sanitize their hands upon arrival and throughout the visit, pay by debit or credit card if possible and wear a mask or face-covering in all indoor settings.
The city says clubhouses are only open for check-in, food purchases (dine-in service is not permitted) and washroom use.
Online tee times are now released seven days in advance, beginning at 9 pm. Tee time bookings by phone or in-person are accepted six days in advance at the pro-shop.
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