Reduced Hours and Cancellations at BSRC due to Staffing Shortages

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by Town of High River



Due to staffing shortages, the Town of High River is reducing hours and cancelling some programs at the Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex, effective Saturday, January 22. The changes are to minimize COVID-19 risk to staff and the public and to ensure staffing coverage for ongoing programming.

Reduced hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday: 8 am to 8 pm
  • Friday and Saturday: 8 am to 10 pm

Changes to activities and programs:


  • Lane swim, Monday to Friday, 6 am - 8:30 am—cancelled
  • Lane swim, Monday to Thursday, 8:45 pm- 9:30 pm—cancelled
  • Water polo, Mondays—reduced by half hour
  • Aquafit variety, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8 pm—cancelled
  • School programs—temporarily paused and will be rescheduled

Large Arena

  • Drop-in ice sports—temporarily paused and will be rescheduled
  • Flyers practice, Tuesdays—cancelled
  • Slowpuckers, Wednesdays—cancelled
  • Stars hockey, Thursdays—cancelled
  • Skating club, Wednesdays and Fridays (6:30 am – 8 am)—cancelled

The following large arena activities will continue despite the facility closing early:

  • FHMH practice, Wednesdays—proceed as scheduled
  • FHMH tournament, January 28 - 29—proceed as scheduled
  • Palominos practice, Mondays—proceed as scheduled
  • Palominos games—proceed as scheduled
  • Bisons practice, Tuesdays—proceed as scheduled
  • Flyers practice, Mondays and Thursdays—proceed as scheduled
  • Flyers games—proceed as scheduled


  • Fury fast pitch, Sundays—reduced by half hour
  • Ladies’ volleyball, Mondays—reduced by 1.5 hours
  • Volleyball, Tuesdays—reduced by half hour
  • Minor soccer, Wednesdays—reduced by 1 hour
  • Heat lacrosse, Thursdays—reduced by 1 hour

Check the Parks & Recreation Schedule webpage for an updated list of activities that are still on schedule.

These changes are under ongoing review and updates will be provided as they become available. Thank you for your patience as we navigate the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic.

For more information:

Bob Snodgrass Recreation Complex

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