Drop-in Shinny & Drop-in Figure Skating Ending Soon

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The City of Moose Jaw has given a timeline for repairs at the Phyllis Dewar Outdoor Pool and Crescent Park.

A failed power connection at the Natatorium caused the closure and as this powers a good portion of Crescent Park, it not only closed the pool but the spray park also, and turned off the lights and fountain in the surrounding area. 

Repairs are underway but crews were just waiting for the final parts needed to restore power, which they have received. Crews will hopefully have power restored end of the day on Monday.

Once power is restored the outdoor pool will still be closed, as the City's Parks and Recreation department will need at least two days to make sure the water is safe for swimmers by regulating water clarity and chemistry in the pool, which puts the reopening of the pool on Thursday.

The Crescent Park Spray Park is still running but, without power, the water is flowing manually, the hours are now Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 8 pm, and 10 am to 5 pm on Weekdays.

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