CRANFORD, NJ — Now that the state of New Jersey has allowed gyms, movie theaters, and (starting Friday) restaurants to open indoors on a limited basis, Cranford will open some of its facilities too, the township said in an email on Monday.
In a newsletter, the town committee said that the opening of the Cranford Fitness Center at the Centennial Pool Complex will be announced “soon.”
The town also said the Cranford Movie Theater is permitted to open starting Friday with 25 percent occupancy, with a maximum of 150 people. Patrons will be required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. For details about the Cranford Theater, please go to www.cranfordtheater.com.
As for indoor dining, Gov. Murphy said Monday that indoor dining would be allowed Friday with 25 percent occupancy. Here are more of the rules:
Parties must capped at eight people, and tables must be 6 feet apart.