Starting Friday June 23rd our clubroom is re-opening! Hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 2.00pm-7.00pm.
The Extended Outdoor Patio is now open to all guests. Covid-19 regulations remain in place -social distancing, mandatory masks and sign in required. We request your patience & cooperation as we navigate opening after months of closure.
Thursday, June 22nd the branch's award winning FISH FRY is serving its' last service via drive-thru restarting indoor seating/takeout the following week. Service remains from 4pm to 7pm, and cash only. We recommend lining up early and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we get back into the groove.
Thank you to our volunteers and community for the support.
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!
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Anyone wanting to join or renew their membership through the branch can mail their cheque to RCL Br.124 410 King St. P.O. Box 714, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario L0S1J0.
You may pay atthe bar, or come into the office to speak with Elizabeth from Monday-Friday between 10am and 2pm.
Covid-19 Reopening Plan & Procedures
Our bar staff has been trained in the governments’ regulations of Restaurant Guidance of Health and Safety.
All necessary requirements are in place.
The Patio has been extended onto the front lawn until November 2021 to help adhere to the 2m/6ft apart social distancing rules set by the government.
The Social Distancing Protocols are as follows:
-Upon entering please sign yourself as well as your guest in, with included contact information for -tracing purposes.
-When entering, please sanitize your hands.
-When at the branch and walking around masks are mandatory at all times.
-When seated, masks are voluntary.
-Masks are available for purchase within the branch.
-Please at all times, respect the 6feet/2m apart rule,
-Only one person allowed in the bathroom at any time.
-Please wash your hands often and the sanitizer is available at the front when needed.
-Please be respectful of our bar staff as they navigate this tough and unprecedented time.
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