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Open house examines ice options

City of Vernon Recreation Services and MQN Architects are hosting an open house in the Grand Room at Kal Tire Place on Wednesday, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., for the Replacement Sheet of Ice Project.

The open house is for facility user groups — both ice users and dry floor renters — and any interested citizens from the Greater Vernon area, including Vernon, Coldstream, BX and Swan Lake.

This event will be an opportunity for groups or individuals to view the options currently being considered and supply input on the proposed options.

This input will assist with the development of the building program and help establish required facility attributes.

The open house will start with an approximately 30-minute walk-through and presentation of the preliminary plans before opening the floor for questions and discussion.

The options being presented include twinning Kal Tire Place to the north and west, twinning the Priest Valley Arena to the west and east, and a stand-alone option.

Groups or individuals interested in attending the open house are asked to RSVP to City of Vernon Recreation Services by calling 250-550-3257 or e-mailing abookings@vernon.ca.

 

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