Join the Fun on Bronte Village’s Ice Rink

Sean O'Meara and Mike McCormick
Join the Fun on Bronte Village’s Ice Rink
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Janet Bedford

Janet Bedford is a broker with Royal LePage in downtown Oakville, with 20 years of real estate experience. Along with helping her clients find the perfect home or sell their home, she is often found photographing the many events that take place in Oakville. She has written extensively for various publications. Janet is a graduate of MacMaster University.

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Bronte Village in Oakville is beautiful summer and winter. A skating rink close to the Bronte Village pier is a dream that has become a reality thanks to the collective efforts of the Town of Oakville and the many people who love Bronte and all it has to offer. Oakville’s Family Day 2015 marked the ribbon-cutting and the official opening of the skating rink located in Bronte Heritage Park at the foot of Bronte Road.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Bronte Village Outdoor Ice Rink

A Dream Come True! Cutting the Ribbon for a Perfect Skating Rink in Bronte Village Oakville; Photo Credit: Janet Bedford

Faithful volunteers Mike McCormick, Brian Miller and Regional Councillor Sean O’Meara were out late and up early to flood and clean the ice surface, making the ice rink perfect for Family Day’s skaters. In fact, these three men and their helpers have faithfully maintained Bronte’s ice rink since it was created on behalf on the Town of Oakville and its opening shortly after the holidays. One can see them late at night and throughout the day faithfully shovelling the snow, clearing the surface and flooding the ice in order to make the rink as appealing to skaters and their families as its fabulous Bronte location in the park.

 

Bronte Village Residents Association Co-Hosts

Bronte Village Residents Association Co-Hosts of the Family Day Skating Party in Bronte Village Oakville; Photo Credit: Janet Bedford

Bronte Village’s skating party was hosted by the Bronte Village BIA (Bronte Business Improvement Area) and the BVRA (Bronte Village Residents Association). Tim Hortons generously donated hot chocolate and coffee for everyone to enjoy. Councillor Roger Lapworth donated a sound system and well chosen music that got the crowd dancing, laughing and having fun. Councillors Ralph Robinson, Sean O’Meara, Indira Naidoo-Harris and Pam Damoff, BIA Chair Mary Roberts, BVRA President Ana Hourahine joined the party, brought greetings and shared in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

Come to Bronte Village-By-The-Lake. Bring your skates. Enjoy the rink, Lake Ontario, the pier. After skating, head up into the Village and visit the Bronte Village shops and eateries. Bronte Village welcomes you! For more information about Bronte Village and all it has to offer, visit: www.brontevillage.net/events

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