Aware that March Break is going to be a challenge for parents this year and determined to continue to stimulate its living environments, the City of Rosemère has organized several activities, both online and outdoors, that are bound to please the whole family.
Rosemerites are therefore invited to be entertained in the comfort of their own home or to enjoy the parks and recreational facilities to take advantage of winter’s pleasures, while complying with public health guidelines. Access will be reserved for residents, who will be required to have their Citizen’s Card with them at all times.
“Recreational activities are few and far between during this pandemic. It’s important for us to show Rosemerites that we’re here for them and that our wonderful community spirit is still alive, despite social distancing. It’s a way to help keep their morale up and encourage them to continue their efforts to curb the spread of the virus,” explained Mayor Éric Westram.
Program of activities for February 27 – March 7:
• Online escape game La Station oubliée (The Forgotten Station) (created by Immersia)*
• Lego* creative workshops
• Creative origami workshops to make planes, birds and animals*
• Loans of books, movies and board games from the library
• Snowman Hunt (Boule de neige)
• Public skating at the arena*
• Private half-rink rentals*
• Outdoor skating (15 rinks, including 4 with hockey nets)
• Groomed walking trails
• Sliding hills
• Free access to Domaine Vert Park
*Registration is required for these activities and space is limited. Some activities are offered in French only.
Reminder of public health guidelines
On February 26, the Government of Québec announced some easing of restrictions in Red Zones for indoor and outdoor recreational and sports activities. However, the City of Rosemère wishes to remind all residents of the importance of continuing to comply with the following guidelines at all times: staying within family bubbles for activities at the arena, no gatherings (maximum 8 people outdoors), physical distancing of 2 metres, wearing a face covering at all times, mandatory hand sanitizing or washing and respecting the maximum capacity of the freely accessible areas and the curfew.