The Keystone Centre’s board of directors received an update on the progress of its capital plan on Thursday.
Some of the $3.3 million will go toward a new ice deck, stage and curtains.
While another portion will be allocated for renovations to the amphitheatre, turning the room primarily into a lecture hall with the capacity of seating about 600 people.
“(The amphitheatre has) been closed for about four years,” Keystone Centre general manager Neil Thomson said. “These renovations will give us the opportunity to bring it into our revenue stream.”
The Keystone Centre will also replace the digital sign on 18th Street.
John Macialek will return as the board’s chairman, while Tim Hore is the new vice-chair.
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