Ice rink: Let’s take care of our collective equipment and respect the instructions!
Sadly, the three learning stabilizers used by children or ice-skating beginners to maintain their balance on the rink have been damaged. The Town must replace them. In order to keep such materials—free of charge—available to all our residents, we need to take care of them. Let’s do that!
The hockey nets will be put back on the ice on February 8, because—Good News!—we are now permitted to play hockey once again as of next Monday, although with a limit of 4 people at a time.
The other health rules related to COVID-19 continue to apply, including the wearing of a compulsory mask in the park’s services pavilion. Failure to comply with these instructions could result in its closure, which no one wants!
A big thank you to everyone who’s been helping to keep our sports equipment available and intact so we can all enjoy our rink and beautiful ice path together!