SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – Cultural arts and community centers in Savannah are gearing up to welcome residents back after a brief closure.
“We’re excited to be opening again,” said Director of Recreation and Leisure Services Kelly Ledbetter.
On Monday, Oct. 4, community centers will resume city programming, events and activities.
“Our movies in the park series will continue, we will do programs after school for youth,” Ledbetter said.
After-school programming will include youth sports, like basketball and football.
“We know the challenges that youth have had over this pandemic and we are glad that we can provide them a space for them to meet with friends and socialize,” Ledbetter said.
In order to safely reopen, community centers will be enforcing COVID-19 safety measures, such as capacity limits, social distancing, masking and temperature checks.
“We’re obviously going to continue to take precautions and take COVID very seriously,” Ledbetter said.
With proper precautions in place, families will be able to enjoy Savannah’s cultural arts and community centers once again.
Take a look at the full list of centers set to reopen:
- Carver Village Community Center
- Cloverdale Community Center
- Crusader Community Center
- Eastside Community Center
- Grant Center
- Liberty City Community Center
- Mary Flournoy Senior Center
- Moses Jackson Community Center
- Moses Jackson Advancement Center
- Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center
- Savannah Cultural Arts Center
- Tatemville Community Center
- Tompkins Community Center
- Tremont Community Center
- Windsor Forest Community Center
- Woodville Community Center
- W.W. Law Community Center