Doyle Community Center officials in Sturgis said the facility will reopen after stipulations in the governor’s orders are examined, city manager Mike Hughes said.
Hughes said the city has remained in a holding pattern, offering limited outside fitness classes. Once the city reviews requirements, it will open the Doyle Center as soon as possible.
It closed March 16, less than a week after the first cases of COVID-19 were reported in Michigan.
Doyle’s “Iron Mill Weight Room” was set to reopen Wednesday, according to its Facebook page. Tentative hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Also Sturgis Academy of Martial Arts will resume indoor classes starting Monday. Academy members have been training in parks around the city since it was forced to close in the spring.
Bowling alleys, roller rinks and ice rinks may open but only for the purpose of serving as a venue for organized sports. Sturgis Bowl co-owners said the tentative opening date is Friday.