Auburn Parks, Arts & Rec facility closures, schedule (Feb. 8-11)

  • Friday, February 8, 2019 3:46pm
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The city of Auburn Parks, Arts & Recreation has announced the following facility and activity closures and schedule changes amid the weekend winter storm:

Friday, Feb. 8

Auburn Community & Event Center – closing at 1 p.m.

Auburn Senior Activity Center – closing at 1 p.m.

Auburn Golf Course – course closed; pro shop closing at 1 p.m.

White River Valley Museum – closed

Saturday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 10

Auburn Community & Event Center – closed both days

Auburn Senior Activity Center – closed both days

Auburn Golf Course closed until snow melts

Auburn Ave. Theater – closed both days

White River Valley Museum – closed both days

All weekend activities and performances cancelled (including Golden Dragon Acrobats performance at the Auburn Performing Arts Center and Piano Conversations at the Auburn Avenue Theater)

Monday, Feb. 11 – tentative opening at 8 a.m.

The tentative opening on Monday will be determined closer to Monday based on weather updates. Stay tuned to social media channels and an email message for updates.

Auburn Community & Event Center – tentative opening at 8 a.m.

Auburn Senior Activity Center – tentative opening at 8 a.m.

Auburn Golf Course – course closed until snow melts; pro shop tentatively open 8am-2pm

Additionally, Auburn City Hall will be closing on Friday, Feb. 8 at noon and are tentatively scheduled to re-open on Monday, Feb. 11 at 8 a.m.

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