ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Increased capacity for aquatic activities available at PACC

A maximum of 50 people, including lifeguards and those on the pool deck, are allowed during open swim at Perham Area Community Center.

1FSrDjWTpy3f7FyTZQA93lmRIz69dAVXz.jpg
Kids enjoy a day at the PACC swimming pool on Monday, July 30. (Paula Quam / Focus)

There is now increased capacity in the pool area at the Perham Area Community Center after the Minnesota Department of Health and Gov. Tim Walz updates .

Water fitness classes can have 19 people per class. You can sign up by calling or stopping at the front desk, and there is no limit to how many classes per week, according to a PACC Facebook post .

A maximum of 50 people can be in the pool during open swim times, including anyone on the pool deck and lifeguards. Open swim time is first-come, first-serve. The PACC cannot take reservations for this. During open swim, the main pool, wading pool, slides and rock climbing wall are available. The sauna and whirlpool are not available at this time.

The PACC asks members to be aware of all other policies including wearing a mask at all times except while in the pool and keeping distance from others not in your household. Please keep these policies in mind as you are in the locker rooms as well, and be mindful and courteous of how much time you spend in the locker room.

The pool should continue to be open for the majority of April before constructions begins, according to the post.

ADVERTISEMENT

Please check the PACC website for schedule details and information at perhamareacommunitycenter.net/ or call 218-346-7222 with any questions.

Related Topics: PERHAMRECREATION
What To Read Next
The smart students behind Perham's Knowledge Bowl are making a splash and hope to go to state this year.
The annual Otter Tail Plunge will be back at the Otter Tail Lake public boat landing on Saturday, Feb. 4.
All the latest happenings in and around perham
The Honor Flight will take about 90 veterans from World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars to Washington, D. C.