Preschool families can “Explore Your Community” at the ice rink
Preschool families can participate in the new “Explore Your Community” project at the Lake County Recreation Department’s ice rink starting Saturday January 16.
Just use the “passport” that you will find in your child’s backpack. You can take this passport to the ice rink during their regular open hours and enjoy free admission and skate rental for up to four family members, including your preschooler.
You can get your passport stamped at the ice rink, fill out the brief survey on the back, and return it to school for a free book for your child.
The ice rink has a limited number of teeny-tiny ice skates to rent and some afternoons are busy there, so we also have some little ice skates you can borrow from our Family Resource Office. Just contact Ms. Lisa or Ms. Mary to sign them out. We can have them ready for you at the door when you sign your child out for the day or send them home on the bus.
The ice rink is open depending on weather. Some years the ice melts earlier than others, so please plan your visit soon. Updated status of the ice rink is available at the Rec Department’s website at : https://www.lakecountyco.com/recreation/pages/huck-finn-ice-rink
If you have any other questions at all about the Explore Your Community program, please contact Mary at 719-486-6927 or email@example.com.