Pan Am Pool Set to Partially Reopen Amid Construction

Pan Am Pool Set to Partially Reopen Amid Construction

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Women’s swimming competition at Pan Am Pool during the Canada Summer Games on August 8, 2017. (MATT DUBOFF PHOTO)

WINNIPEG — The Pan Am Pool is set to partially reopen to the public beginning Friday.

While the facility’s construction continues, the city says the following areas will again be accessible:

  • Training tank
  • Kiddie pool
  • Public change facilities
  • Upper weight room
  • Portions of the walking track
  • Upper training tank observation section
  • Front lobby and adjacent auxiliary rooms
  • Swim lessons, lap swim, free swim, Aquafit and fitness drop-in sessions will resume. Additional swimming lesson classes will also be offered on Saturdays. For complete facility schedule information, please visit Pan Am Pool Facility Schedules.

Work is ongoing on the Pan Am Pool’s 51-year-old ceiling, lighting and public address system.

The city says the main tank ceiling replacement project began on July 30 and will continue until the end of the year. The main tank and portions of the walking track will remain closed until further notice.

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