Portsmouth Olympic Harbour closes to public for winter - Portsmouth Olympic Harbour closes to public for winter
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December 16, 2015 -
As of Monday, Jan. 4, the building at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour at 53 Yonge St. will be closed to the general public for the winter. Booked events will continue at the site and the businesses located there remain open.
"It makes sense to close the building to the public during the marina's off-season to reduce maintenance and energy expenses," says Adam McCluskey, manager, recreation services.
The building will re-open to the public on May 1, 2016.
The businesses located, and open, at Portsmouth Olympic Harbour include: Brigantine, CORK, Data One, the Harbour Restaurant and Sail Canada.
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