1st Source Performance Center reopens at Four Winds Field

SOUTH BEND, Ind. — The 1st Source Bank Performance Center will re-open its doors on Tuesday.

For the health and safety of our members, guests and employees, we have new hours of operation, rules, and guidelines for everyone to follow. Our new hours of operations will be as follows:

Monday through Friday: 12 to 7 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sunday: 12 to 5 p.m.

To use the batting cages, customers must call in and make a reservation. Walk-ups will not be allowed. There can be no more than two people per cage, and customers ask that only the individuals actively using the cage enter the facility. Members must notify the Performance Center of any guests or fellow members joining them during their cage rental. Everyone is required to wear a facemask when entering and leaving the Performance Center. Customers must remain outside the facility until five minutes prior to your scheduled cage time to limit the amount of cross traffic.

The center has always maintained the highest standards for cleanliness. Throughout this process, it will continue to follow CDC as well as our own health and hygiene protocols, including:

• Specified intervals for frequent cleaning and disinfection of specific areas

• Limiting amount of foot traffic in the facility at any time

• Multiple hand sanitizer and disinfectant locations

• Daily and recurring cleaning of the batting cages, weight room, seating areas, and restrooms

The center’s top priority is the safety for its members, teams, families, and guests. It asks that if anyone is feeling sick, do not come into the Performance Center.

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