When : Saturday January 27, 2018
Where: Champlain Park Fieldhouse
Time: Noon – 3:00pm
Snow, rain or shine, this festive annual event takes place on the last Saturday in January.
Hope to see you there!
12:30-2:30pm Free horse-drawn sleigh rides
After lunch skating, hockey skills competition, and prizes throughout the afternoon
2pm live music, games
Spread the word
Please spread the word, and bring your friends and family.
Admission, hot chocolate and coffee are FREE.
Food & Beverages
There will be Chili cook-off , baked goodies, juice, hot dogs and more for sale in the Fieldhouse.
If you are able to bring a chili or baked goodies, or helping out in any other way, PLEASE contact one of the organizers to let us know.
We would be VERY grateful!!
Sarah Kotyck email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalie Raffoul email: email@example.com
The ODR is officially open and ready for the fun times to begin with friends and family.
So dust off your skates, dress warm and have fun.
Many thanks to Jim Kot and his rink volunteers for their hard work in making this ready for the holidays.
More ODR details on hours and groups and volunteering to help clear the rink can be found at https://champlainpark.org/the-rink/
Two volunteers (one large, one small, offside, thanks!) are currently (2017.12.30, 1pm) dusting off this morning’s powdery snow. Gates are open, the net awaits!
Now that it’s starting to get cold and icy, we need volunteers to help shovel, supervise and otherwise keep the rink operating. Contact Jim Kot 613-722-7519 aka firstname.lastname@example.org to get in on the action. High school students can get credit for ice work.
See https://champlainpark.org/the-rink/ for the more about the rink and hours of operation.
In case you haven’t seen it, this year we have a new set of boards at the rink. They’re made from pressure treated wood. I wonder if they still need painting (for splinters); could be a community project. If you look closely (click on the picture to get a larger version), there’s new netting at the ends too, and lighting. Quite deluxe, all we need now is ice!
By the way, there are plans to put a branch of the SJAM ski trail to the east of the rink, leading to the field house.
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The boards are up (and looking solid with all those new replacement planks – click on the photo for a better view). All we need now is some cold weather and volunteers to help shovel, supervise and otherwise keep the … Continue reading