It's no secret that opportunities for fun things to do are few and far between during this pandemic. Luckily, with laser tag, trampoline parks, roller skating rinks, and obstacle courses being allowed to reopen starting Monday, we'll have more options for family fun very soon.

If you were hoping to do something memorable with your family this weekend, we found something that just might do the trick.

The Seaport Inn in Fairhaven had been using its pool area for extra seating for the Seaport Inn Grill. It was good for those of us who suffer from seasonal affective disorder. Instead of feeling like you were at a hotel in Fairhaven, Massachusetts in February, dining poolside at the Seaport Inn made you feel like you could have been at a hotel in Florida.

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With restaurant restrictions easing in a big way on Monday, the Seaport Inn has shaken up the pool area. The pool area will no longer be used for dining. That's the bad news. The good news is that the Seaport Inn is now offering pool day passes. At the moment, the all-day passes are limited to just six people total. The cost is $25 per person for an entire day of swimming.

As COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease, I would anticipate not only the limited capacity to be changed but also the price to be reduced as more people are allowed to buy pool passes.

I'm not sure about your family, but I can see my kids loving the chance to have a pool day in February.

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