MLA Dan Albas and Summerland mayor Toni Boot try out some of the new equipment at the Summerland Outdoor Fitness Park. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

MLA Dan Albas and Summerland mayor Toni Boot try out some of the new equipment at the Summerland Outdoor Fitness Park. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Fitness activities restricted in Penticton following Provincial Health orders

The city is looking for a return to normal programming in October

The City of Penticton announced Tuesday (Aug. 24) that high-intensity fitness classes are postponed until October.

Low-intensity classes will also be changed to a maximum of 10 participants per session, potentially being expanded in October.

The announcement comes following Monday’s Provincial Health orders for the Interior region which included restricting indoor and outdoor gathering numbers.

Programs remaining unaffected include public swim reservations, fitness room services and both indoor and outdoor child and youth programming.

Anyone visiting the Community Centre is reminded to wear a mask as per provincial health orders.

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