~News from Town of Viking - Thursday, February 4, 2021~
Book Ice for Small Group - Maximum 10 people
The Viking Carena Complex Ice Surface is available to rent for small group sessions, maximum 10 people beginning Monday February 8, 2021,
as the per the changes to the provinces Public Health restrictions at Alberta.ca
. All games continue to be prohibited.
We recommend you familiarize yourself with the updated mandatory restrictions regarding Indoor Fitness on the Alberta web site
. The section regarding "Indoor Fitness"
as it relates to the Viking Carena Complex can be found there.
How to book a one-on-one training session:
- Full ice: $105.00 per hour + gst.
Getting ready to go on the ice:
- Complete the online Covid-19 Assessment form before entering the building for your scheduled time. The link to this form can also be found on our Facebook page.
- An immediate family member is allowed to accompany your skater(s), one adult, parent and/or guardian.
- Go to your designated dressing room to get ready.
While limited indoor and outdoor activities for school and minor sports are allowed, strong public health measures remain in place:
- All participants must be 18 years old or younger, excluding coaches or trainers.
- A maximum of 10 individuals, including all coaches, trainers and participants, can participate.
- All participants must maintain physical distancing from each other at all times.
- Participants must be masked at all times, except when engaged in the physical activity.
- Coaches and trainers must remain masked at all times.
There must be limited access to change rooms, including for accelerated arrival and departure, for emergencies and for washroom use.
All other previously announced measures set to ease in Step 1 will also be permitted starting on Feb. 8 as part of Alberta’s four-step path forward.
Indoor masking and distancing requirements will remain in place throughout this stepped approach, and some degree of restrictions will still apply to all activities within each step.
A decision on Step 2 will be made if, after three weeks, there are 450 or fewer hospitalizations and the number is declining. The same re-evaluation period will be used for all subsequent steps.
Metrics based on cases and growth, including COVID-19 variants, are being monitored and will also be used to guide any decisions around the need to pause further steps or potentially increase restrictions.
Alberta’s government is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by protecting lives and livelihoods with precise measures to bend the curve, sustain small businesses and protect Alberta’s health-care system.