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Midd. Indoor Tennis to reopen on June 15

After a long closure due to the coronavirus, Middlebury Indoor Tennis will reopen on June 15 with restrictions.

MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury Indoor Tennis (MIT) will begin a limited and phased reopening of its tennis facilities on Monday, June 15.
According to an MIT press release, the facility’s ownership will proceed slowly and cautiously while adhering to guidelines from the state and the tennis industry and “keeping the safety of our members, guests, and staff foremost in our minds.”
On Monday the facility will reopen to MIT members only and for private, non-group lessons.
Only singles play and pro lessons will be permitted. Play will be allowed by advance reservation only; there will be no drop-in court times or cash transactions.
Locker rooms, upstairs common areas and the main lobby will be closed, but restroom and hand washing facilities will be open.
MIT will require that facemasks to be worn except when members are on the court playing.
MIT is implementing a “pack-in/pack-out” policy, requiring member to bring what they need and leave nothing behind.

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