"Stay At Home" Order for The FlightExec Centre and The Thorndale Lions Community Centre

Symbol for Grey-Lockdown

On April 7, 2021, Ontario imposes a province-wide “stay at home” order in their COVID-19 response framework. As a facility operator, the Municipality of Thames Centre must follow rules set out by the Province and the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU). We have been working closely with the MLHU, all other municipalities within our County and minor sports associations to establish facility guidelines that prioritize participants safely enjoying our ice, track, gymnasiums and Senior Centre.

We know that the changes in rules over the past weeks and months have been frustrating and we appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding as we take the necessary steps to keep everyone safe during these challenging times.

 Unfortunately, the move from the “emergency brake” to the "stay at home" order means that as of Saturday, April 3, 2021, all sports and recreational facilities will be closed. That being said, as of April 3, 2021, the FlightExec Centre and Thorndale Lions Community Centre will be locked and shutdown.


Here are some FAQ’s to assist:

 How long will the County be in the imposed “stay at home” order?
The shutdown will last a minimum of 28 days.

Is the track open? 
During the shutdown, the track will be closed. 

Is the gymnasium open? 
During the shutdown, the gymnasium will be closed. 

Is the Senior Centre open? 
During the shutdown, the Senior Centre will be closed.