Jamestown’s Northwest Arena To Reopen Later This Month

Image courtesy: Northwest Arena / Facebook.

JAMESTOWN – The Northwest Arena in Jamestown plans to resume its operations later this month following the COVID-19 shutdown.

In a post on social media Monday, officials say groups and individuals will soon be able to rent the main rink for low contact activities such as hockey clinics, drills and private figure skating starting on August 31.

Furthermore, skate and shoot times will be available by reservation shortly after the reopening.

The facility anticipates that backyard curling leagues will begin sometime in October with registration for the leagues starting in September.

However, amenities like the café and lounge will remain closed. The walking track, Weight Watchers meetings, public skating and ice bumper cars will also be on hold.


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