On March 13, 2020

Rutland Rec Center cancels programs in response to COVID-19

In an effort to help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to protect our residents and participants, Rutland Rec Center has made the decision to cancel the following programs and events.  All decisions made are with the best interest of the community’s health and safety in mind. A household credit will be applied for the following programs to be used for future programs.

• Youth Wrestling: More information will be sent in a separate email

• Youth Basketball Glodzik Tournament: No refund

• Home School Art: More information will be sent in a separate email

• Art Workshop scheduled for March 13th: Registered participants will receive a separate email

• Lacrosse Wall Ball at RRCC: No refund

• Yoga: Registered participants will receive a separate email

• Tai Chi (ALL LOCATIONS): No refund

• RYT: Will be communicated in a separate email

• Adult League Basketball: Will be communicated in a separate email

At this time we encourage the use of online and phone registrations for Spring/Summer programs.

Giorgetti Arena will be closing effective today, 3/13/2020 until 3/20/2020. All programs held at Giorgetti between these dates will be postponed. Registered participants will receive information regarding rescheduled games and programs as soon as schedules have been made.

Courcelle Building will be closing effective today, 3/13/2020 until 3/20/2020. All programs held at Courcelle Building between these dates will be postponed. Registered participants will receive information regarding schedules as soon as a decision has been made.

The Rutland Recreation Community Center and Godnick Center will remain open with limited programming (as of 3/13/2020).

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