Ice Rink

rXWn4GcqREDpt5uv.jpg

If you have driven down Lake Drive North recently, you may have noticed the transformation of the beach tennis court into the Candlewood Isle Skating Rink!  The rink was the vision of a few CI residents and it’s back for another season!

This rink was initially funded by donations from many of our friends and neighbors, and we were overwhelmed by the generosity of the CI community! The CI Skating Rink operates similarly to many other CI programs, where membership is required to utilize the rink. This membership pays for an expensive liner every year as well as other miscellaneous costs to keep it up and running.

Access to the rink is strictly permitted for members only, meaning no guests due to insurance reasons. This policy is strictly enforced and we appreciate your understanding so that we can continue to provide this benefit to our community for years to come. 

We hope that the rink will keep our community as active and connected during the winter months as we are in the summer. If you have questions, please contact JP Cheneski 203-241-0099 or Mike Imhoff 612-247-8159, or email [email protected]. Make checks payable to Candlewood Isle Ice Rink.

Hope for cold weather.....#frozenmemories ahead!


Registration
You can access the registration form at https://goo.gl/forms/oRTsP76UNNDSqafz1.

Payment
Family memberships are $50 or $20 per individual. Funds can be sent via PayPal to [email protected], or can be given to any of the rink ambassadors (JP Cheneski 203-241-0099 or Mike Imhoff 612-247-8159).

Waivers
A signed waiver must accompany the membership prior to utilizing the rink, downloadable from https://drive.google.com/open?id=16D-am8ZybIDMnKmu3ejUhOpy3kHv6Ky4

Updates
Join the facebook group via https://www.facebook.com/groups/302891316885885/ for updates on openings/closings.

Rink Rules and Skating Policies

  • Helmets are required
  • Ice is slippery and can be dangerous, do not skate alone
  • Injuries from falls can occur, please wear proper safety equipment
  • Be aware of changing ice conditions - conditions will vary on any given day
  • No dogs or pets of any kind are permitted on the ice
  • Throwing snowballs or any objects is strictly prohibited
  • Watch out for other skaters, flying hockey pucks and hockey sticks etc
  • Please do not hang on the safety netting
  • All skaters or their parent/guardian must sign the participation waiver
Logistics
  • The overhead lights are the two switches on the telephone pole
  • Please turn off the lights when you are done
  • Do not unplug the extension cords
  • Hockey pucks are in the orange 5-gallon bucket
  • Please help get the leaves off the rink, they attract the sun and melt holes in the ice
  • Snow on the ice makes bumps, feel free to grab a shovel or broom to help out
  • Remove pucks, goals, shovels, etc from the ice when you're done

SKATERS USE RINK AT THEIR OWN RISK