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REMINDER: 20% off general admission coupon for Leisure Centres and Indoor Rinks is available from October 31 to November 15, 2020

For immediate release: October 29, 2020 - 1:00pm
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The City ‘witches’ residents a healthy, happy and safe Halloween and invites you to get back to doing what you love at the City’s Leisure Centres and Indoor Rinks.

Although COVID-19 may change how many people will celebrate Halloween this year, the City’s Recreation & Community Development Division is keeping the spooky spirit alive with a special Halloween offer for Leisure Centres and Indoor Rinks.

Residents are invited to take advantage of a special Halloween promotion and receive 20% off a Family, Adult (must be accompanied by a child) or Youth Leisure Centre or Indoor Rink general admission.  Good for use at Lakewood and Lawson Civic Centres; Harry Bailey Aquatic Centre; Saskatoon Field House; Shaw Centre; and Cosmo, ACT, Archibald and Lions Arenas.  Visit saskatoon.ca/healthyhalloween to get your coupon to print or display on your smartphone for visits from October 31 to November 15, 2020.

Leisure Centres and Indoor Rinks have re-opened with limited programming in full compliance with the guidelines and restrictions as required by the Chief Medical Health Officer and regulated under the Re-open Saskatchewan plan. Drop-in programs are currently being offered in timed sessions due to capacity limits and to allow for necessary physical distancing.

Visit saskatoon.ca/leisureonline to view drop-in program schedules and to pre-book your visit by selecting the ‘NEW! Book A Visit’ link, or call 306-975-2855. Pre-booking your drop-in visit is recommended as there are a limited number of walk-in spots available for each drop-in program.

For the health and safety of our community, Halloween-themed coupons will not be available in 2020 for residents to pick up at Leisure Centres and hand out to children on Halloween as in past years. 

The Government of Saskatchewan has developed guidelines to provide information on neighbourhood trick-or-treating while reducing the potential spread of COVID-19. Keep all little ghouls and goblins safe this Halloween - learn more on this here.