Find out all of XLR8’s safety measures
XLR8 is reopening for in-person youth events starting in September!
If you choose to attend in-person, please review the following safety guidelines in order to help ensure the continued safety of our youth family
Key Guidelines to note
Do not attend if you are experiencing any signs of illness
This includes if you are sick, are required to isolate by law, or have symptoms of illness.
In following Bylaw 19408, Edmonton is requiring all people (ages 2+) to wear a face covering while in an indoor public space.
Practice Social Distancing
Follow all signage, follow 2 meter distancing rules, and sit 2 seats from other youth. All youth games will promote Social Distancing.
Mandatory Temperature Checks
As youth arrive, they will be subject to a mandatory touchless temperature check.
Cough or Sneeze into your elbow
Please cough or sneeze into a bent elbow, and promptly dispose of any used tissues in a garbage bin.
Sanitize Your Hands
Upon entry, all youth will be required to sanitize their hands upon entry and throughout the night.
All shared use items will be sanitized between uses, and anything that does not promote distancing or cannot be sanitized will not be available at this time
No Snacks/Food Provided
For this season, no snacks will be provided except at special events – in which case snacks provided will be pre-packaged.
Should exposure happen at an XLR8 or Gateway event, youth will shut down for a minimum of 14 days