WFN Facilities and Services Updates

WFN’s parks/greenspaces, beaches and sports fields are open for casual use only. Physical distancing measures remain in place and anyone exhibiting symptoms is asked to remain home and not use public facilities.

WFN Facility:

 

Current Status:

 

Community Services Building

OPEN-Essential Service Delivery

Staff are available M-F, 8:30am - 4:30pm. Contact 
Elders Hall Closed - Re-Opening TBD  
Lindley Building

OPEN- Essential Service Delivery

Staff are available M-F, 8:30am - 4:30pm. Contact 

sncewips Heritage Museum

SCHEDULED ZOOM TOUR ONLY

Staff are available T-S, 10:00am - 4:00pm. Contact 

sensisyusten House of Learning

OPEN

Staff are available M-F, 8:30am - 4:30pm. Contact
Youth & Recreation Centre

Closed - Re-Opening TBD

Staff are available M-F, 8:30am- 4:30pm. Contact 

Westbank Child Development Centre Closed - Re-Opening February 18, 2021

WFN Member and Staff Priority. Contact

WFN Ballfields

OPEN

Available for casual/non-organized use only. Use of these fields require prior permission and booking through WFN's Property Management. Contact  

 WFN Beach Lots Closed - Re-Opening TBD

WFN Trading Post and Beach Lots

WFN’s Trading Post and IR 10 beach lots remain closed at this time but are under consideration for reopening at a later date if sufficient safety measures can be implemented.

WFN's Ballfields: Booking and Rules of Use

The use of WFN's ballfields require prior permission and booking through Property Management. At this time, the seating and dugouts are closed. To request use of WFN's ballfields, please contact pm@wfn.ca or 250-769-4999.

As per BC's Return to Sport guidelines, WFN's ballfields are currently open to casual/non-organized use only (no scheduling of games or tournaments), and players must ensure a minimum amount of close contact or sharing of equipment. As well, focus of play should be on skill development, small group training, or recreation (not competition).

As well, plans for reinstatement of cancelled programs and services are being developed.