Clark Recreation Department Plans a Slow Reopening

Noble Horvath

CLARK, NJ – The Clark Recreation Department announced they will begin a slow process of opening the facility to the public on Monday, October 5.  According to Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo some fall programs have already begun outdoors, and now a limited number of classes will begin too. Bernardo said […]

CLARK, NJ – The Clark Recreation Department announced they will begin a slow process of opening the facility to the public on Monday, October 5.  According to Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo some fall programs have already begun outdoors, and now a limited number of classes will begin too.

Bernardo said masks are required and there will be mandates and restrictions with each class.  He said some classes will remain virtual.  Others may have a very limited capacity and teachers have the right to refuse additions to the capacity he said.   

Participants should check their email frequently to check for changes or cancellations, Bernardo advised.   He also said there is no “open gyms” permitted without contacting his office first.

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“We are excited to start opening the building to residents,” said Bernardo. 

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