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City of Lethbridge expands spectator access in arenas

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The City of Lethbridge is expanding spectator access to its arenas.

Starting Tuesday, Sept. 1, a maximum of 50 spectators will be permitted for each ice session.

Spectators must wear a mask at all times inside the arena and, in order to follow public health protocols, they’ll be assigned rotating zones for each session so the unused area can be cleaned.

Arenas at ATB Centre and Nicholas Sheran are currently open for booking by organizations or established groups.

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Other arenas in the city are scheduled to re-open gradually throughout the month.

Public skating is expected to resume in October.

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Tina Karst

A Lethbridge College alumnus, Tina moved back to the community two years after convocation, in September 2007, to become a member of the CJOC News Team. She started as a weekend reporter/anchor and now serves as Associate News Director. When Tina’s not tracking down local news, she’s either busy at home with Jordan and their two kids or creating custom macrame pieces for a growing list of clients.

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