Sport rises as Ayrshire ice rink which faced Covid cash crunch prepares to reopen

The Ayr rink will be operational again this weekend. The rink will be ready to welcome visitors and returning clubs from Sunday, May 2. Andrew Kerr, Director of Ayr Ice Rink, said: “The Ayr Ice Rink will be open again from May 2nd. “This was only possible because the Scottish …

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Teams Begin Preparing for Spring at Woodland Park | Get to know your city | Pikes Peak Courier

How is the saying going? April showers bring May flowers? Well… maybe not at 9,000 feet! Snow or sun, Woodland Park is getting ready for spring. Spring in the city above the clouds means several things: hiking weather, the return of farmers’ markets and festivals, and – for the city’s …

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Aubin Grove skate park plans shattered

ANY plan for a large skate park in an Aubin Grove park appears to have been wiped out following independent consultation with the local community. Cockburn Council had supported the preparation of a conceptual plan for a small youth facility in Radiata Park, modeled on a community consultation by Ecoscape …

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Golden day for the Timmins skater

Breadcrumb Links Sports Local sports Emily Sinclair, a member of the Timmins Porcupine Figure Skating Club, recently passed her Gold Artistic Exam on March Assessment Day in Timmins. Author of the article: Daily press Emily Sinclair, a member of the Timmins Porcupine Figure Skating Club, recently passed her Gold Art …

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Milwaukee County Parks provide updates on summer activities, swimming pools, outdoor gardens, and more.

Summer is just around the corner, and your Milwaukee County Parks will be there to greet the season with open arms. Well, most of the time with open arms. At the end of last week, the parks department released a brief COVID Spring Update, detailing what’s open, what’s closed, and …

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Preds to host Ford Military Salute Week and Military Appreciation Games

Nashville, Tennessee (April 26, 2021) – Tonight, the Nashville Predators kick off Ford Military Salvation Week as they host their first of two straight Military Appreciation games against the Florida Panthers at Bridgestone Arena. Ford Military Salute Week will feature activated military elements in the plaza, in the lobby, throughout …

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Afternoon edition: April 26, 2021

Good afternoon. Here’s the latest Chicago news you need to know. This is an approximately 5 minute read that will educate you on today’s biggest stories. This afternoon will be mostly sunny with a temperature of around 76 degrees. Tonight’s low will be around 63 degrees. A taste of summer …

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‘Exciting changes in the industry’ have sparked business motivation, says former Moore owner (8 photos)

Moore’s Audio Video was one of the few local stores to meet the audio-visual needs of Sault, a Queen Street landmark for decades. The business started in 1909 as Anderson Music, said John Moore, who co-owned and operated Moore’s with his brother Jim in his later decades. John’s grandfather, Clarence …

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Duncan’s figure skaters complete gold tests – Cowichan Valley Citizen

Four members of the Duncan Skating Club recently passed their gold tests, doing them just in time before the ice rolled out of Cowichan Arena for the summer. Peyton Kong passed the Gold Dances test, while Sophie Dawe, DelRae Olson, and Ryley MacDonald passed their Gold Artistic tests. Kong, Olson …

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WaFd Bank Weekly Warm-Up: April 26

Three teams have already clinched spots for the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs, while more playoff qualifying races and the home advantage are in full swing. The regular season now ends on May 19 but the last WaFd Bank The weekly warm-up for April begins now. Do the math of the …

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