Sisters Park & Recreation District will put several programs on hold in the wake of Governor Kate Brown’s announcement of a two week “freeze” to combat the spread of COVID-19.

The following programs will be postponed until the statewide freeze has been lifted:

• All indoor recreational youth programs including laser tag, martial arts, and cooking.

• All indoor recreational adult activities including Western line dancing, SAGE Room use, indoor pickleball, and group exercise.

SPRD facilities will remain closed to the public. Only approved program attendees will be allowed to access facilities upon passing a COVID-19 health screening. 

Under these guidelines, the preschool, Camp SPRD, and outdoor sports-based youth programs are allowed to remain open. All other SPRD programs and services  are being evaluated.

“I know this is hard and that we all have given up so much,” said SPRD Executive Director Jennifer Holland in an email to patrons of the district. “Thank you to everyone who continues to do their part to keep our families and community safe.”