|Work continues down at the old Canadian Fish Warehouse as the|
Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association pushes on towards a summer
opening at their new facility near Fairview Floats
(photo from PRGA)
The Prince Rupert Gymnastics Association provided a few snapshots of the interior work at what will one day be the new home for the enthusiastic gymnastics community in the city.
The local association sharing the photos and an update on the work through their Social media stream noting that after some delays due to COVID that they hope to be in operation at the facility near Rushbrook by the summer of this year.
The PRGA announced plans last year to lease space from the City of Prince Rupert in the old Canadian Fish Warehouse, which the City of Prince Rupert has taken on as a commercial leasing opportunity on the east side of Prince Rupert.
As they prepare for their move, the Association has also welcomed a new coach, with plans to expand some of the programs that they offer.
You can keep up with all the developments at the PRGA and count down the days to the move to the new location at Fairview through their Facebook page.
For more notes on Gymnastics in the region see our archive page here.