Please see the below list of amenities and programs for their re-opening status. Public Health Sudbury and Districts is returning to Orange-Restrict please view this link for mor information https://news.ontario.ca/en/release/60339/ontario-returning-27-public-hea... As always follow all the current COVID-19 recommendations, rules and procedures.
Re-opening on Monday February 22, 2021 and running to the end of March 2021.
Mindemoya Community Centre Hall
Mondays 10 am to 11 am, Wednesdays 10 am to 11 am. Closed Holidays.
Outdoor Ice Skating Oval
Operating as normal. For more information visit http://www.centralmanitoulin.ca/content/ice-skating-oval
Dance Classes - Body Stories Dance Instruction
Children and adult classes in Mindemoya start on Tuesday February 23rd. https://www.facebook.com/BodyStoriesDance/
You can register at the links below.
Adult Contemporary: https://forms.gle/VXFA9YvdnHXrad5x8
Both Providence Bay and Mindemoya Arena's have been closed as ice rinks for the season due to the ongoing COVID-19 shutdowns.
The Municipal Office is open to in-person visits as of today with the announcement of the Provincial Stay at Home Order being lifted. Where possible, the Municipality encourages residents and visitors to still conduct business over the phone or by email. There is also a drop box at the front of the Municipal Office.
Halls can now be rented again with restrictions. Call 705-377-5726 to book a venue.
Capacity calculated at COVID-19 capacity to socially distance:
Mindemoya Community Centre Upstairs – 42 persons Downstairs – 21 persons. Upstairs and Downstairs cannot be combined for the same event/
Providence Bay Community Centre Banquet Room – 9 persons Dance Floor – 37 persons 21 persons. Upstairs and Downstairs cannot be combined for the same event/
Spring Bay Community Centre 12 persons