We have missed you! Our lives, routines, and world have changed in many ways in such a short time. We wanted to reach out and let you know that we are re-opening on January 18, 2021 at 6:00 am!
FWCC will start space reservations beginning on January 13, 2021
We are currently waiting on the official guidelines from the Governor. Reservations for the facility are NOT open at this time. Please keep visiting our website for updates.
Staff are excited to welcome everyone back to the community center for in person activity. We hope that you are safe and healthy and we are looking forward to resuming being part of the fabric of your lives.
- Is the Community Center charging membership dues while open on a limited basis?
We did not collect any membership fees during the closure and billing will resume upon opening.
- What do we do if we have a one year pass?
Paid in full memberships have been extended by the amount of time we were closed. No time will be lost on your year pass.
*NOTE: Staff will have limited capacity to return phone calls during this pre-re-opening time. This time is being used to train staff, setup systems and ensure the best possible experience. Staff will communicate out at the earliest possible time when reservations will be able to be made.
- Will reservations be required to visit the community center?
Yes, we want to provide the most positive return experience possible for every member and guest. We are working on the logistics of a reservation system to ensure we are in compliance with capacity and group restrictions.
Monday – Friday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Saturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
- Lap pool
- Leisure pool
- Water walking
- Water exercise
- Group Fitness Classes
- Small Group Training/Personal Training
- Main fitness floor
- Track area
- Climbing Pinnacle
- Small group rentals
- Religious services
- And more
*please note that these areas may have space, occupancy or time restrictions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.
*these are subject to change under the guidance received by the department of health, CDC and governor’s office.