Grand Prairie’s energetic grownup heart, The Summit, is ready to reopen its train services subsequent month after closing amid rising COVID-19 instances throughout the state final summer season.
When the middle reopens on March 1, will probably be as a fitness-only venue, with all social programming on maintain till a later date, according to a center Facebook post. Solely the health flooring, strolling monitor, natatorium and fitness center can be open, in line with the middle.
The middle’s different facilities embody a movie show and a café.
After closing final summer season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the middle had initially aimed for a fall reopening date, but held off as cases continued to rise over October and November.
When the middle reopens subsequent month, members can count on a revamped fitness center space with health gear unfold out to accommodate for social distancing. Masks may also be required, however not when actively exercising.
The Summit has operated in Grand Prairie since 2010, and serves folks aged 50 and older. For extra info on the reopening, visit the center’s website.