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Avoid the heat at the library, community centres

Heat Wave July County residents and visitors seeking relief from the heat are invited to go to local libraries or the air-conditioned community centres while the heat wave continues.

With temperatures expected to remain above 30 degrees for the next several days, Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Prince Edward County.

The County Fire Department encourages residents to  check in on vulnerable neighbours, friends and family members to ensure they stay cool and hydrated.

The Hastings and Prince Edward Public Health Unit advises that those who are most vulnerable to suffering serious illness from extreme heat include the elderly, people with chronic illness or who take certain medications, infants and preschool children, people who participate in physical activity or are involved in strenuous outdoor work for prolonged periods, and pets.

Click here for listings of local libraries and hours of operation is available online.

The Prince Edward Community Centre, located at 375 Picton Main St. is open:
Tuesday July 28, 7am – 8pm
Wednesday July 29, 7am – 10pm
CLOSED Thursday July 30 (please go to the Picton Public Library)

The Wellington and District Community Centre, located at 111 Belleville St. is open:
Tuesday July 28, 7am – 8pm
Wednesday July 29, 7am – 8pm
Thursday July 30, 7am – 8pm

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