Indoor fun to be had in Williams Lake

Rec complex is a summer host for rodeo, lacrosse and roller hockey

Indoor fun to be had in Williams Lake

The Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex is the centre for recreation activities in Williams Lake and district. The complex has facilities to please all community members from infantsto seniors, swimmers to community arts enthusiasts.

The Complex has two rinks, used from August to June for ice activities and during the summer for indoor rodeos, lacrosse, roller hockey and graduation ceremonies. In the centre of the building, the Gibraltar Room seats 400 people in theatre style seating. It also seats 250 at round or rectangular tables which are perfect for weddings, staff training events and other ceremonies. Sam Ketcham Pool, contains a Fitness Centre equipped with a cardio equipment, individual machines, free weights and a stretching area. The pool is a six lane, 25 metre pool and off the deck there is a hot tub, wading pool, sauna, and steamroom.

Recreation programs offered from the complex include aerobics classes in the Gibraltar Room, swimming lessons, aquafit, after school programs, skating lessons, hockey camps, summer day camps, yoga, pilates, belly dancing, ballroom dancing, gardening courses, cooking classes and other seasonal favorites. The department publishes two or three Guides each year to advertise their programs. The Guides and more information about the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex can be found on the Recreation Services website at activewilliamslake.com.

Everyone is invited to stop by and check out this spacious family centered facility.

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