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Community spray pads are opening up this long weekend to kick off summer.

"What a great way to kick off the first long weekend of summer!" said Mike Pagtakhan, Chair of the Standing Policy Committee on Protection, Community Services an Parks in a release. "We are lucky to have a number of affordable options for summer fun in our city."

The City's unsupervised spray pads will open on May 20 and continue to operate until the end of august/early September. You can find spray pads at:

  • Central Corydon Community Centre
  • Central Park
  • Fort Rouge Park
  • Gateway Park
  • Jill Officer Park
  • Lindenwoods Community Centre
  • Lindsey Wilson Park
  • Machray Park
  • Park City West Community Centre
  • Provencher Park
  • Shaughnessy Park
  • St. Norbert Community Centre
  • St. James Assiniboia Centennial Pool
  • Sturgeon Heights Community Centre
  • Vimy Ridge Memorial Park
  • Waverley Heights Community Centre
  • Westdale Community Centre
  • West Kildonan Memorial Community Centre

Outdoor pools are scheduled to open on Friday, June 30, while the city's wading pools will all be open on the week of July 2.

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