Madawaska Valley Enters Stage 3 of Reopening
Madawaska Valley Municipal Offices (Photo Credit: Trevor Smith-Millar)
The province is opening up for Stage 3 and more services in Madawaska Valley will become available.
Washrooms at Wadsworth Beach, Combermere Boat Launch New Gazebo, and the Highway 62 Provincial Road Side Park are now available. Crooked Slide Park has opened with washrooms available as well. Playground equipment is now available at Mayflower Beach Park and Lakeshore Park, as well as seating, washrooms, and change stations. In addition ball fields in Barry’s Bay and Combermere are open for access in accordance with provincial emergency orders. The township urges users of these facilities to practice physical distancing. They also remind residents that dogs and campfires are not allowed on public beaches.
The Library will be open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 AM till Noon, and 1 PM till 5. They say the hours will accommodate quarantine protocols for books and other library items mandated by the province. In addition The Railway Station and the Polish-Kashub Heritage Museum will now be open as well. The Heritage Museum will be opening the larger displays but some of the smaller ones will remain closed. They also urge visitors to touch as little as possible. The Welcome Centre will also remain closed. The Railway Station will be opened from 10 AM to 6 PM daily, with no more than 6 people at a time allowed in. Mission House Museum and the Combermere Craft Cabin will remain closed for the season.