Trail rec report: Glow skates at public skating

Programs and activities offered by the City of Trail

  • Sep. 30, 2015 11:00 a.m.

Come out to our first ‘Glow’ Skate at public skating on Satuday from 7-8:15 p.m. Glow skates go on the first Saturday every month, so come on out and pump your skates under neon lights, lazer FX, and all your favourite songs.  Regular public skating admission applies.

Public Skating starts this week on Thursday.  Check out our public skating times during the week and on the weekends.

Parent and Tot Stick and Puck is happening again this year at public skating on Sunday evenings from 5:45 to 7:15 p.m. For 2 to 6 year old who would like to bring their stick on the ice and practice some hockey skills with their parent/guardian. One parent/guardian per child is required.

Adult Co-Ed Pick-Up Hockey is starting on Sunday from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Kids Rink. Pay your drop-in fee of only $5 at the skate shop, and sign in prior to going on the ice. The focus is on fun and getting some extra time on the ice. Goalies play for free (must still sign in); full hockey gear and helmets are mandatory.

Mother’s Unite Garage Sale is happening on Oct. 17 at the Trail Memorial Centre. The gym will be turned into a giant indoor sale for all items suitable for children from newborns to 12-year-olds. Doors open at 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. and entry is free. If you have ‘stuff’ to sell join us by renting a table for only $10; call 364-0888 by Oct. 15 to book a table.

Wine Tasting with Michel Valiquette is a four week program that will take your wine tasting skills to the next level. Michel will show you how to select, open, serve and taste wine. Learn about varietals and explore the style of wines of the old world as well as the new world. The program runs Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:30 p.m., Oct. 22 to Nov. 12. Each week will focus on a different topic. The cost is $100 for all four classes, and the deadline to register is Oct. 8.

To register and for more information, call 368-6484, or the 364-0888.

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