UPDATE for SEPTEMBER 20th

Effective Monday, September 20th, the City of Edmonton, and therefore Kinsmen Sports Centre, has decided to adopt the Government of Alberta’s Restriction Exemption Program.

What does that mean for us? It means we keep our rental times and that starting on September 20th:

  • To access public City services and programs, people ages 12 and older must provide proof of vaccination or documentation of a medical exemption or show proof of a negative test result  (completed within 72 hours of visiting). From September 20 to October 25: proof of a single dose is considered acceptable as long as the dose was given more than two weeks before the time of entry. After October 25: proof of complete vaccination (two doses) is required.
  • Tests must be privately-paid COVID-19 PCR or rapid tests completed within 72 hours before accessing a program or service.
  • Tests must not be from Alberta Health Services or Alberta Precision Laboratories.
  • All people ages 12 and older must provide proof of vaccination or documentation of a medical exemption or show proof of a negative test result, to gain entry into City of Edmonton facilities.This applies to participants, coaches, teaching staff, officials, volunteers and spectators.
  • To ensure access control measures are in place, some facility entrances may be closed and patrons will be directed accordingly.   

During the initial stages of this program, Edmontonians should plan to arrive at facilities a little earlier than normal. We ask for patience as City employees review patrons’ individual vaccination status or recent negative test results. As of Monday, September 20th, ALL dryland and aquatic rental groups at Kinsmen Sports Centre will enter and exit the facility through Door 3 (in the field house) until further notice.

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Update on new provincial restrictions

A quick update to say that we do not yet know how the new restrictions will impact us on Monday as they are dependent on what the city recreation facilities decide.

Practices will continue as normal until Sunday and as soon as we hear from the City of Edmonton we’ll let you know.

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The first Swim of the Season is TODAY (Sept 11, 2021) at 11am at Kinsmen.

If you were registered with the club in the 2020-2021 season you should have received an email. It has come to our attention that some did not receive this email, our apologies. All information contained in that email can be found on our registration page.

For those who have swam in the past and who have enjoyed our noon hour swims, we are considering whether or not we can offer these swims once again. Please take a minute to complete this survey if you would be interested in swimming at noon.

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Registration for 2021-2022

IS NOW OPEN!!! There are some changes this year to our training times as the City has made changes to their rental policies that impact our access to the pool. Rest assured that the board has worked diligently to make the best of what we were able to access for training times.

Swimming will begin on Saturday, September 11. Lili is leaving this year to further her education but Alex Wallingford will remain as a coach again this season. We are also welcoming Mathew Mossey back to our coaching staff this season.

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Practice Tonight – 7-8pm

A reminder that tonight’s practice will be indoors at Kinsmen from 7-8pm.

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