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BFR closes - monthly withdraw membership on freeze

Requesting continued support to keep memberships active

Bluffton Family Recreation announced that it is closing as of March 17, according to Daniel Tinch, executive director. Details follow:

In response to the COVID-19 developments, we are taking extra precautions to protect the health of our members and community.

Starting Tuesday, March 17, Bluffton Family Recreation will be closed. We understand that closing our facility will affect many of our members. In response to this closure, we will be placing all monthly withdraw memberships on freeze.

BFR remains open - with precautions

Group fitness classes and youth programming postponed until April 6

Daniel Tinch, executive director of Bluffton Family Recreation, provided the Icon with operational changes at BFR.

"While BFR remains open, we feel it is best to take precautions," he said. 

BFR continues regular season indoor soccer, flag football

Limitations to spectators; flag football, indoor soccer tourney cancelled for March 15

In response to COVID-19 and the current order on mass gatherings we have made the following decisions at this time:

1) Regular season games for indoor soccer and flag football scheduled for Saturday will still be played. We ask that spectators are limited to 1 per athlete. We know this isn't ideal but it's the only way to stay under the mass gatherings guidelines while still allowing the athletes to play. 

BFR taking extra precautions

All classes continue except for water classes

In response to the COVID-19 developments, Bluffton Family Recreation, 215 Snider Road, is  taking extra precautions to protect the health of everyone who visits BFR.

"Since the beginning of the week we have stepped up our cleaning procedures throughout the building. We ask that you join us in this effort by wiping down each piece of equipment after use," said Daniel Tinch, BFR executive director.

Tickets on sale for repeat performance of Dueling for Dumbbells

BFR fundraiser April 3 at The Centre

Tickets are now on sale for a Bluffton Family Recreation repeat performance of Dueling for Dumbbells, which takes place Friday, April 3, at The Centre, 601 N. Main St., Bluffton.

The evening is a casual night of live entertainment involving dueling pianos, featuring an open bar, with proceeds going to the BFR, starting at 6 p.m., according to Daniel Tinch, BFR executive director.

Dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. Dueling pianos starts at 7 p.m.  

Youth soccer, flag football, volleyball registration open

BFR spring play begins in March

Registration is now underway for Bluffton Family Recreation youth spring soccer leagues, flag football and volleyball, according to Amy Byers, BFR sports coordinator.

Soccer
“The deadline to register is Sunday, March 1. After this date there will be a late fee. Ordering tee-shirts, splitting teams, setting up coaches and practices, takes time, so please register by the deadline,” she said.

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