Introducing Cranston Cohorts
Cranston is pleased to introduce the Cranston Cohorts. In order to attend and participate in a drop-in program at Century Hall we are requiring all participants to join the designated cohort for that program. This will help to limit the number of different people who will be interacting possibly in close contact with others on a regular basis.
How do the cohorts work?
A participant must register in a particular cohort (Pickleball, Adult Social Afternoon, etc), which will allow them book and participate in the scheduled drop in program times at Century Hall.
How long does my cohort registration last?
Cranston cohort registrations are done on a seasonal basis. For example if you join the Pickleball Fall 2020 Cohort you will be able to book and attend drop in pickleball times until the end of December 2020. For January 2021 you will need to register for the Pickleball Winter 2021 Cohort to continue to book and attend drop in pickleball times.
What does it mean to be a part of a Cranston Cohort?
By joining a Cranston Cohort you must agree to the following:
- limiting the number of cohorts I am a part of
- not attending if I have had any COVID-19 symptoms, have been in close contact with someone who has tested positing for COVID-19, or have travelled internationally, in the past 14 days
- wearing a mask at all times in the Century Hall facility with the exception of when I am participating in intense physical activity
- refraining from touching my eyes, nose, mouth and face during activities
- practicing regular hand hygiene before and after each activity
- bringing my own labelled water bottle and equipment when possible
- limiting celebration gestures or customs during activities (e.g., handshakes, high fives, fist bumps, chest bumps) that bring attendees within 2 metres or promote physical contact
Are there any additional rules for the Cranston Cohorts?
- A participant must be a part of the program specified Cranston Cohort in order to attend that drop in program at Century Hall
- A participant must register for each date that they would like to attend and that joining the Cranston Cohort does not guarantee their spot every time that drop in activity is offered
- If a participant does not attend any drop in activity for 3 weeks they will be removed from the cohort to make room for others
- Each participant must check in and complete a COVID-19 screening every time they attend a drop in activity
- these rules and requirements may change at anytime based on federal, provincial or municipal guidelines or recommendations. Any changes and updates can be found on the Cranstonra.ca website
How do I join a Cranston Cohort?
Registration for the Cranston Cohorts can be found here: http://bit.ly/CranstonCohort
Registration is currently open for Cranston Residents only. It will open to non residents beginning on Monday at 10am.
If you do not have a login connected to your account yet please complete the form here so we can set up your login.
Is there a cost to join a Cranston Cohort?
There is no cost to join a Cranston Cohort.
There is a cost for drop in programs for non Cranston residents. See each activity for it’s non resident cost.
I’ve joined the Cranston Cohort, now what?
Once you’ve registered for the Cranston Cohort you can book your spot in the scheduled drop in activities. Bookings open 72 hours prior to the start time of the activity. For example, if you would like to attend Pickleball on Tuesday October 6, 2020 you can book your spot starting at 9am on Sunday October 4, 2020.
You must book separately for each date that you would like to attend.
Which cohorts are available now?
The following cohorts are available for registration now:
- Adult Social Afternoon
Additional cohorts will be added over the next few weeks. We appreciate your patience as we organize this new way of offering activities.